Martinez said that he tried to verify that he had a winning ticket at a New York Lottery customer service center - but the lottery office had lost its power as a result of Sandy causing havoc.
What does NYL stand for?
NYL stands for New York Lottery
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- New York Korean Film Festival
- New York Group (US Navy)
- New York Knowledge Initiative
- New York Korean Information Network
- New York Klezmer Orchestra
- Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (India)
- MCAS Yuma (airport code)
- National Youth Leadership
- New York Liberty
- New York Life
- New York Leadership Awards
- New York Library Association (Albany, New York)
- New York Literary Agency (New York, NY)
- New York Los Angeles (music artist)
- New York Louisiana (restaurant)
- Northern and Yorkshire Learning Alliance (UK)
- National Young Leaders Advisory Council (philanthropic group)
- New York Liquid Asset Fund
- New York Legal Assistance Group
Samples in periodicals archive:
An almost true story you couldn't make up: married cop Nicolas Cage shares his New York lottery winnings with luckless waitress Bridget Fonda.
Patricia won EUR20m on the New York lottery, but because she took the cash as a lump sum she ended up with just EUR5.
As Gordon Medenica, director of the New York lottery, puts it, "The critical insight for understanding lottery economics is realizing that it is not, for the most part, a cost-driven business.
The odds of winning once are 22 million to one - twice is "galactically astronomical", claimed New York Lottery spokesman John Charlson.
Yonkers Raceway has encountered financial difficulties over the past few years as a result of declining attendance due to a host of factors, including the popularity of other gaming options such as Off Track Betting, the New York Lottery, Atlantic City and the opening of casinos in Connecticut.
The New York lottery takes in more than $2 billion in sales each year, and it spends $30 million each year on advertising to keep the cash rolling in.
NYSE: BYI), a leader in slots, video machines, and casino-management systems for the global gaming industry, today announced that it has signed a seven-year contract to extend its current term with the New York Lottery to continue providing video gaming terminals to the state's eight racetrack casinos.