They're the lucky seven who just won the Mega Millions lottery jackpot worth $319 million.
Now it turns out there may be an eighth co-worker who normally plays too, but didn't buy a ticket this time around because he didn't feel lucky!
The winning lottery ticket was purchased at a newsstand in downtown Albany, New York. The seven lucky winners work in the building next door.
The question now is, will the winners share their jackpot with the co-worker who opted out of the drawing?
"I think there's a lot of people that could have gotten in the pool that didn't. You know, people in the agency, you know anyone can go buy a lotto ticket," 29-year-old winner Gabrielle Mahar told INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent.
57-year-old John Hilton says he always kept a careful record of who was in and who was out of the lottery pool.
"We have a list that we have every time we have a drawing, and if you get in we mark you in, and if you don't get in, we just put a line through your name and you're out," he said.
Mahar, the youngest winner, found out her life had changed as she watched TV with her boyfriend.
"I didn't believe it, I made [the boyfriend] check it at least ten times as well," she said.
The lucky seven showed off their checks at the press event. They decided to take a lump sum payoff and each gets a staggering $19,129,571 after taxes.