The Wyoming Lottery Corp. will hold a series of workshops as part of its retailer recruitment efforts to gain feedback on the draft application and contract.
Any interested Wyoming retailer wanting to sell WyoLotto™ tickets should attend one of these workshops, which continue through April 30 in key cities in Wyoming. A workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Mon., April 28 at the Camplex Center, located at 1635 Reata Dr. in Gillette. For information on other workshops visit wyolotto.com. Additionally, anyone interested can sign up to be notified about the dates on the website.
“Retailers are the backbone of the lottery,” said Jon Clontz, Wyoming Lottery’s Chief Executive Officer. “We need to make sure that the process not only is equitable, working for the majority of retailers, but also allows the lottery to be effective, efficient and operate within the provisions of state statute.”
During the workshop, attendees will learn about the lottery, application and selection process, the retail contract, and the next steps lottery will take to push WyoLotto live later this year. In a facilitated discussion, the lottery also will seek input from retailers on the application and contract.
The lottery will take the input into consideration when solidifying the application and contract, and then request their adoption by the board of directors in a public meeting. The board’s approval will open the application process and launch efforts to recruit retailers.
Clontz explained that the lottery will hold more workshops as the lottery becomes operational and takes further steps to sell Powerball® and Mega Millions® tickets in Wyoming.