A group of wealthy managers from Greenwich, Ct. have won the $254 million Powerball jackpot in the state.
The group of three are already very well-off, however, they will now each receive post-tax lump sums of $104 million each to drive them into the super-rich range.
The win was the 12th biggest jackpot in Powerball history and the largest in the state of Connecticut ever.
The three wise managers took their time coming forward to claim their Nov. 2 win, and state lottery organizers had even put up billboards across the state urging winners to make themselves known.
The group took their time after realizing their win to do tax planning, and estate planning.
Their lawyer, Jason Kurland has said, “Obviously, everybody is extremely excited.”
Kurland also said that the group promised to donate significant amounts of their win to charities and other good causes.
The winners were Greg Skidmore, 35, President of Belpointe Asset Management; Brandon Lacoff, 36, a real estate expert; and Tim Davidson, 54, a banker who has worked in New York, London and Paris.
The three won with numbers: 12-14-34-39-46, and with a Powerball number of 36