The lottery has reported its highest Q1 sales in its 33-year history.
US.- The Kentucky Lottery Corporation’s board of directors has reported financial results for the first quarter of the fiscal year, highlighting record numbers. Maggie Garrison, VP of Finance, said sales for Q1 amounted to $409.2m, the highest in the corporation’s 33-year history.
Kentucky Lottery President and CEO Mary Harville said: “Our year-to-date sales through October are $549.9m, which is $75.7m or 16 per cent more than the same period last year. Not only are our traditional products performing exceedingly well, our online iLottery platform has really taken off.”
Net income for the year to date stands at $114.9m, which is $9.6m more than last year.