CEO purchases 50,000 lottery tickets with the intention of splitting any winnings with his staff.

 CEO purchases 50,000 lottery tickets with the intention of splitting any winnings with his staff.

CEO purchases 50,000 lottery tickets with the intention of splitting any winnings with his staff.

The workforce at Cane's is essential to all we do, so we constantly look for new methods to make their days a little more enjoyable and, if we're lucky, surprise them on Wednesday morning.

He remarked, "We couldn't pass up the opportunity to share the Mega Millions jackpot with our employees, who always stand together."

A jackpot win would result in a compensation of slightly over $16,000 (£13,200) each employee, as the company employs 50,000 people.


Graves stated in a news statement that he made the decision to purchase the tickets after learning how large the jackpot was anticipated to be.

Through a video posted to Twitter that showed a lottery machine printing the tickets, Graves made the sizable purchase public.


"It's more difficult than you think to buy 50,000 lottery tickets! With our 50,000 @RaisingCanes Crew, I'm hoping to split the jackpot," he wrote.

A kind-hearted manager has made the decision to buy 50,000 lottery tickets with the pledge to share any winnings with all of his employees.


Todd Graves, the CEO of US fast food restaurant Raising Cane, reportedly paid over $100,000 (£83,000) for the seats, according to NBC Washington.


The $810 million (£672 million) Mega Millions lottery jackpot is scheduled to be drawn on Tuesday night.

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