New Jersey Store Owner Wins $338 Million Powerball
Pedro Quezada, a humble small grocery store owner from New Jersey has won the $338 million Powerball lottery. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Pedro Quezada is coming forth as the proud owner of a Powerball jackpot worth $338 million—the fourth largest payout in Powerball history.
The front pages of the New York Post and the New York Daily News are in agreement: "It's Pay-Dro!"
The 44-year-old father of five from the Dominican Republic runs a little grocery store in Passaic, New Jersey. Speaking through an interpreter, he shared his plans for his future, and his fortune.
"My family is a very humble family, and we're going to help each other out," said the interpreter.
Donald Trump told INSIDE EDITION his advice to Quezada: "Be very, very careful with your money. Everyone's going to try and take it from you. Be very careful."
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