Michigan Man Wins Second-Chance AEROSMITH Lottery Prize

According to GrandHavenTribune.com, a Michigan man recently won a trip for two to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and an opportunity to meet members of AEROSMITH.

The trip was a prize in the Michigan Lottery's AEROSMITH instant ticket game. In addition to top prizes of $25,000, the AEROSMITH ticket featured a second-chance opportunity for players to win a three-day, two-night trip to Cleveland, where they would attend the "Ultimate Rock Star Party" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and meet AEROSMITH singer Steven Tyler and drummer Joey Kramer. Lottery players entered non-winning AEROSMITH tickets on the Lottery's Player's Club website from February 15 through May 24. Winners were selected from thousands of entries received, lottery officials said.

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