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Oregon Roofer Wins Online Casino Jackpot

An Oregon roofer nailed a $902,505 return on only a $9 wager!

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(CENTRAL POINT) - Matt Eilenberger, a 35-year-old roofer from Central Point, won the Party online casino Mega Jackpot of $902,505.00

Matt is overwhelmed by his online casino win, and plans to get a new home for his family.

“I'm looking to sell my house and get a bigger one!” he said.

Their present home doesn’t offer enough space for the family of five, but now Matt, his wife Alicia, and their three children will have more room to explore and enjoy their lives together.

The family is already enjoying their brand new Dodge Viper, and Mini Cooper that they purchased with their winnings.

He said the family is also planning a trip to Las Vegas for their sixth wedding anniversary.

Matt won the jackpot on a online casino Super Fortune Wheel.

“When I told my wife that I had won, it took quite some time for the news to sink in – we both slept for only two hours over the next two days.” he said.

“I can quite honestly say that until a few weeks ago I had won nothing in my life.”

Matt’s future plans include taking his wife on a luxury trip to celebrate their wedding anniversary, and changing some of his lifestyle.

“I own a roofing company and would love to be in a position where I only have to work one or two days a week, but we’ll just have to wait and see.”

Rest assured, this roofer will be able to take his business to new heights with this unexpected windfall.


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DV August 11, 2006 9:14 pm (Pacific time)

It's nice to hear about some one deserving of a win.

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