Rover Stashes $1,000 Worth of Powerball Tickets in Cleveland, Couple Finds Them

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[image-1]Amid "Powerball Mania," WMMS's Rover decided to hide $1,000 worth of tickets somewhere in Cleveland. He dropped clues as to where they were, leading Ginger and her husband Jimmy to find them at Burke Lakefront Airport.

From there, they went to the WMMS studios, where Rover offered $1,000 in cash instead. The couple kept the tickets.



The next Powerball drawing is tonight. The jackpot, for those following along at home, is nine million bajillion dollars. 




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