The CEO of Raising Cane's, which operates in fast food in the United States, has decided to spoil its approximately 50,000 employees by buying them a lottery ticket for the historic $1 billion jackpot.
AJ Kumaran, the company's founder, had to shell out $100,000 to get his hands on all those lotto tickets.
According to Inside Edition magazine, printing all the tickets in Dallas, Texas took more than 8 hours.
Restaurant employees have a one in 6052 chance of winning the jackpot, as opposed to a one in 303 million chance for the rest of the US population.
If one of the workers of the businessman wins the kitty, the gigantic amount will be divided equally between all the employees, which is equivalent to $20,000.
The draw is scheduled for Friday at the end of the day.< /p>
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