Only their fellow co-workers and the man who sold them the ticket know who they are for sure. The 41-million dollar Mega Millions winners haven't come forward yet.
"Monday night was their lucky night," said Tom Liutkus of Travel Centers of America.
14 employees in the accounting department at the Travel Centers of America headquarters can now afford to hit the road and go anywhere they want.
"They came to work yesterday. They came to work today. That's good," added Liutkus.
For 11 years the fortunate 14 bought tickets from the Deli-4-Less store next door.
When 19 Action News got there, they were just putting up a sign, letting everybody the store sold the winning $41-million dollar Mega Millions ticket. Nick is the cashier who sold it.
"I'm happy for those ladies. It's 14 of them. I hope they come back. I haven't seen them since that day," said Nick Abuasi.
The government will take 25% off the top. The state grabs 4% so the 14 winners will have to split the remaining $21,300,000 --but hey that's a lot more than they knew they had last week this time.
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