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Two other winners will be driving away in luxury vehicles.


Two Indian nationals are the lucky winners of Tuesday's Dubai Duty-Free Millennium Millionaire Promotion in Series 310 and Series 311, which took place at Concourse D of Dubai International Airport.

Sree Sunil Sreedharan, an Indian national from Abu Dhabi, will be taking home $1 million for his winning ticket number 4638 in Series 310.

He was unreachable at the time of filing of this report.

Another Indian, Lalit Sharma - a 37-year old from Chennai - won $1 million for his ticket number 3743 in Series 311.

This is Sharma's second ticket in the dollar promotion which he bought online.

Commenting on his win, the businessman said: "I really cannot believe this good news, but I will definitely expand my business, help my family and do some charity works. Thank you so much Dubai Duty-Free."

Following the Millennium Millionaire draw, two winners of luxury vehicles were also announced in the Finest Surprise Promotion.

Ibrahim Bitar, a 48-year-old American national based in Dubai, won an Audi Q8 3.0 (Florett Silver Metallic) in Series 1729 with ticket number 1281.

Bitar bought a total of seven tickets online for this particular series.

"Thank you very much Dubai Duty-Free! I can finally put my old car to rest", said Bitar.

Juma Mohammed Abdulla, a 25-year-old Emirati national from Ajman, won an Indian Scout (Smoke Black Icon) motorbike in Series 379 with ticket number 0440.

He works for a retail company since 2013 and bought his third ticket when he traveled to the Philippines for a holiday.

"I can't believe that I won, this is my third ticket purchased for this promotion, and I am just feeling great. Thank you Dubai Duty-Free".

 /  Source: KhaleejTimes

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