Middle Tennessee man wins $2 million playing Powerball for second time ever
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Shelbyville man is $2 million richer after playing Powerball for just the second time ever.
Cabinet maker Matthew Reed claimed the winnings with his grandparents by his side at the Tennessee Lottery's Nashville headquarters.
Reed purchased two tickets for the June 16 Powerball and added the Power Play option which doubled the base $1 million winning. Reed says he plans to keep working and use the money in investments and put it in savings.
Reed purchased the winning ticket at the Serve & Go at 764 Madison St. in Shelbyville.