Black Store manager Wins $87 Million For Herself And 12 Employees In Calif. Lottery

November 2000
Jet;11/13/2000, Vol. 98 Issue 23, p51
Reports on Mary Champaine, a Los Angeles, California store manager, and on how she and twelve other employees won a California lottery.


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