STANLEY — A
Wisconsin man says he has no plans yet how to spend a $1 million
Robert Bogard of
Stanley claimed his winnings Thursday. But Bogard admitted he has
no particular plans on how to spend the money.
Leader-Telegram (http://bit.ly/1FLpMNg) reports the 57-year-old
paid his truck off and plans to buy an enclosed trailer for his
four-wheeler, but is undecided about how to spend the rest.
eventually he might buy some property, but he'll take it "one
day at a time."
at a news conference with Wisconsin Lottery officials at Stanley
Travel Stop, where he bought the $1 million winning ticket in
Saturday's Powerball drawing.
receive about $673,000 after taxes.