Early indicators show sales of Kentucky Lottery holiday Scratch-off tickets are heading to new heights.
In March 2019, the Kentucky Lottery posted its highest sales month in history – and broke another record that had stood for nearly three decades.
In today’s meeting of the Kentucky Lottery Corporation’s Board of Directors, the group learned the results of Fiscal Year 2018 sales. These included:
In today’s meeting of the Kentucky Lottery’s board of directors, it was announced sales for the first half of the fiscal year are 6% ahead of where they were at the same period last year.
With the Kentucky Lottery’s 30th anniversary occurring in 2019, a new logo that better represents its roots in the Bluegrass has been unveiled.
For the third year in a row, the Kentucky Lottery has sold more than $1 billion in tickets – this time at the earliest point ever in a fiscal year.
Kentucky Lottery sales have closed the first half of the fiscal year higher than any other period in the organization’s history.
In today’s meeting of the Kentucky Lottery Corporation’s board of directors, it was announced that both sales and net income were up from the record-setting levels of the previous fiscal year.
Nominations for the annual Arch L. Gleason Award for Responsible Gambling Leadership now are being accepted by the Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling (KYCPG). The Gleason Award honors gambling industry executives for commitment to and leadership of responsible gambling actions in their business and with their industry.
Mike Purcell has joined the Kentucky Lottery team as the new senior vice president of sales and marketing.
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