ALTOONA, BLAIR COUNTY - When Jordan McABee asked a lottery customer Friday if he wanted anything else, most would say, I'll have what the customer on Wednesday had. A Powerball ticket worth one million dollars. Regular customer Kim McEntire is a likely suspect.
"My family called me and said hey did you win? Did you win? I play here every day," she said.
Jordan McAbee, whose parents own the store, hasn't been able to rest since word spread Thursday.
"They're (the customers) coming in, telling me to give them the winning ticket. They want to know who it is but nobody knows yet," McAbee said.
Jordan's dad had a feeling. He surprised the lottery headquarters people more than they surprised him.
"He said we sold a million dollar winner last night didn't we? And the lottery said yeah how did you know? He said because I had a dream," McAbee laughed.
It would be a dream come true for McEntire, but she can understand why the big winner might not come forward right away.
"You'd have friends coming out of the woodwork you know," she said.
And customers too. Jordan is seeing some new faces at the 22 year old store.
"They think this is the lucky spot now I guess," he said.
The million dollar winner didn't even put a dent in the jackpot. It's up to 212 million dollars. You can see the drawing on WTAJ Saturday night at 11:20.