CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR ZOMBIE GAME WINNERS!
We loved seeing all of you get so excited about the game. With your help, our brains aren't on the dinner plates of Zombies everywhere and for that, we thank you.
An even bigger congratulations goes out to our Grand Prize Winners: Matt, Lesley and John!
They were each randomly drawn from our pool of eligible grand prize entries. In order to get this far, they had to do some pretty intense Zombie slaying.
A special shout out goes to another Zombie Game player who although she didn't win a Grand Prize, had the highest point score overall! Way to go, Kaila Doucette!
Thanks again to everyone for playing and putting your brains to good use! Mmm, good use... dinner... No! Brains are for... thinking.
Until next time, Mac's fans!
The Mac's Zombie Team... Errr, The Mac's West Team
A last-minute stop at a Mac’s store turned into a $15.8 million windfall for Chad Klepaychuk! The Okotoks, Alberta resident thought about buying a LOTTO 6/49 ticket on April 13, 2013 then decided not to, but changed his mind at his wife’s urging. He unknowingly bought his $15.8 million dollar winning ticket at the Mac’s on 100 Milligan Drive in Okotoks before carrying on with his normal evening plans.
It wasn’t until the next morning when he and his wife were watching the news that they realized they had won. “I checked the ticket and saw we had all the numbers! I was in complete disbelief,” he recalls.
Congratulations to Chad from all of us here at Mac’s! This is the biggest lottery prize ever won from a ticket purchased at one of our stores. We are so excited for you, and wish you and your wife all the best!
- The Mac’s West Team
A beautiful day to Walk for the Cure! Teams in colors and costumes were enjoying Frosters before and after their walk, especially the Crystal Light Strawberry Kiwi Tango flavour! The sugar free option brought many smiles to those who rarely get to enjoy such a slush drink. Nothing beat the heat like a Crystal Light Froster!
Another great weekend at the Action Festival in Summerland, BC! The Froster machines were working their hardest to feed the participants of the Giants Head 5k and 10k run at the finish line. The runners were looking for nothing more than an ice cold Froster to reward them after their race. The slo-pitch teams were enthusiastic and appreciative as always as we visited the various baseball diamonds.