Won some money at Country Crossing buy you can’t cash out? Luckily for some of you, there is still time.
That is how long you have to redeem your voucher until it becomes null and void said Doug Rainer of Ronnie Gilley Properties, the company behind Country Crossing.
"The vouchers are good for 180 days after winning," he said.
Rainer said all tickets are subject to this 180 day time line unless they were issued on January 29th.
"If anyone won anything on the 29th the day we closed our doors and just by chance 180 days expires, we will honor those vouchers regardless of the time,” Rainer added.
Because of the immediate evacuation of the bingo pavilion due to threat of a raid by the governor’s task force, the decision to honor all vouchers issued that day was made.
However, for those whose winning ticket is dated prior to January 29th you still have only 180 days from the date it was issued until it expires.
"You will have to wait until Country Crossing reopens and when we reopen. Were still confident that we will we will redeem the vouchers," Rainer continued.
Rainer does not see the issue of vouchers expiring as a problem.
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