No Winner in Wednesday's Queen of Hearts Drawing at Grayton Road Tavern, $1 Million Jackpot Will Grow



Another week, another card turned over, another night in which the Queen of Hearts stayed hidden.

Last night's Queen of Hearts drawing at the Grayton Road Tavern failed yet again to yield a winner. After some 388,000 tickets were sold this past week with nine cards left on the board, the frenzy will continue on Valentine's Day.

The jackpot, the bar announced, had been at $1.2 million. That number will grow and probably surpass $1.5 million, if last week's sales are any indication.

Due to safety and parking concerns, Grayton Road Tavern stopped selling tickets. Locations where you can purchase your little version of a Golden Ticket before next Wednesday's 3 p.m. cutoff prior to the 7:30 p.m. drawing:

Harry Buffalo
4824 Great Northern Blvd
North Olmsted, OH 44070

Harry Buffalo
3619 Midway Mall
Elyria, OH 44035

Harry Buffalo
6425 Pearl Rd
Parma Heights, OH 44130

Harry Buffalo
5604 Wilson Mills Rd
Highland Heights, OH 44143

J's Skills
6287 Lear Nagle Rd
North Ridgeville, Ohio 44039

Lucky J's
1219 Cooper Foster Park Rd
Amherst, Ohio 44001

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