That's Shane Missler, a 20-year-old who bought the winning Mega Millions ticket from a 7-Eleven in Port Richey.
Shane Missler, a former background screening worker from Port Richey, Florida, picked the winning six-number combination for the record haul.
The mysterious victor of last week's $450 million Mega Millions jackpot has finally come forward.
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The 7-Eleven store that sold the winning ticket will receive a $100,000 bonus commission.
Missler also said that he would seek to care for his family, have some fun and develop a path to financial success "so that I can leave a legacy far into the future". He added he just had a "feeling" that he might win.
Instead of taking the full prize across several payments over a period of time, the Florida resident opted to receive a one-time payment of nearly $282m (£205m).
"The power of positive thinking should not be underestimated!" he wrote on January 10.
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Missler first called his brother to let him know he won. The winning quick-pick Mega Millions ticket was actually one of five.
The 20-year-old, who now lives in Port Port Richley, Florida but is originally from ME, went to community college for a year before moving to Florida. He later told his father the following morning over a coffee.
Just previous year Missler needed an overhaul on his whip, and added a brand new exhaust and catalytic converter.
Missler, who claimed his prize in Tallahassee, said he plans to move from Pasco County. "I look forward to the future".
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