Q1 Winner SSS

National Lottery retailer, Wahid Khan – owner of Idle Road Newsagents in Bradford – is the latest retailer to win £10k in National Lottery operator Camelot’s Site, Stock, Sell online quarterly prize draw.

“I have a loyal customer base that play The National Lottery at my shop and we always have a conversation about playing for fun and dreaming big and buying a lottery ticket or a Scratchcard or two,” said Wahid. “It’s a vital part of my business, and they generally always buy something else as well.”

“But I was shocked when I found out it was me who’d won £10,000 in Camelot’s own quarterly prize draw. It means I can take some time off and have a holiday. I’ll probably throw a party, as having my family around me is everything.”

Along with the main £10,000 prize, a further 10 x £1,000 prizes were awarded to National Lottery retailers by Camelot in the quarterly draw.

The winning retailers are:

· Scott Duncan of Duncan Enterprises in Aberdeen

· Ramji Kerai of Premier Pricedown Store in Barry

· Sohilkumar Patel of Akshar News in Aldershot

· Anupama Sivakaran of Sri Sai convenience Store in London

· Nageswaran Selvadurai of Oak Food and Wine in Edgware

· Priya Varsani of Wigan Leos Ltd in Abram

· A National Lottery retailer on the Isle of Wight

· A National Lottery retailer in Preston

· A National Lottery retailer in Rugby

· A National Lottery retailer in Wallsend

Anupama Sivakaran said, “I’ll be using some of this money to give my staff a bonus, as they do such a good job maintaining high in-store standards for Site, Stock, Sell online, and they always make sure The National Lottery is clearly visible and front and centre at all times.”

Scott Duncan said, “It was a lovely surprise to find out I’d won. It means I can treat my one-year-old baby and it’ll also help with nursey fees.”

Camelot’s retail director, Alex Green, said: “Congratulations to this quarter’s Site, Stock Sell online winners. Thank you for all the work that you ­­­– and all our retailer partners – do to maximise National Lottery sales in your stores by maintaining high in-store standards. This helps contribute to the £30 million for Good Causes that is raised each and every week by National Lottery players.”