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GNOC looking for $9,018.95 Sports Bingo winner

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by Mindy Aguon

Are you holding the winning ticket? The Guam National Olympic Committee is looking for the lucky Guam winner who won more than $9,000 in last Saturday's Sports Bingo game.

The GNOC says the resident purchased the winning ticket at the Payless Supermarket in Dededo last week but apparently the individual doesn't know that he or she has won as the ticket has not yet been claimed. The ticket is worth $9,018.95.

The GNOC Sports Bingo assists in providing funds for Guam sports events including the upcoming East Asian Games to be held in Hong Kong.

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