Twenty-six Alabama factory workers will split a $14 million Florida Lotto prize, each getting a $400,000 slice of last week's $100 million jackpot.
The winners who came forward Friday had one of four winning tickets in the Dec. 14 drawing.
The Alabama winners make steel frames and bi-fold doors at the Dunbarton Corporation in Dothan. They range in age from their late 20s to early 40s. Only one has said he might quit, according to David Stokes Jr., a member of the pool.
Bonnie Ezell is credited with coming up with the idea for the pool when her coworkers were unusually lucky at winning door prizes at the company Christmas party.
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