St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway: Winning ticket purchased on Friday the 13th - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway: Winning ticket purchased on Friday the 13th

The winner of the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway was announced Sunday afternoon during the St. Jude television special on WMC-TV.

Friday, June 13 -- the day Regina Maley purchased her ticket -- turned out to be a very lucky day for the Memphis resident.

"I mean, I didn't even tour the home. I just thought, well, $100 goes to St. Jude. And I bought the ticket on Friday the 13th at the bank, and the lady at the bank said 'You're gonna buy a ticket on Friday the 13th? It's not a very lucky day'," said Maley. "So, now it's one of my favorite days."

Maley was watching the television special Sunday when her name was announced. Moments later, she and husband Tom arrived in Collierville to tour their new home for the first time.

Maley says she and her husband have been wanting to move Collierville so they could live closer to her parents. Now their dream has come true.

Valued at over $500,000, the St. Jude Dream Home features 4200 square feet of beautiful living space, including four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a four-car garage.

At $100 a ticket, a total of $1.26 million was raised to help the kids at Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis.

Click here to see photos of the St. Jude Dream Home.

Click here to see a list of sponsors and other prizes.


COMPLETE LIST OF WINNERS

  • Samuel's Furniture & Interior - Henry Askew
  • 2008 Honda Civic - Frances Slayden
  • a Ball Kid Grizzlies experience & $500 Amex Gift Card - Vickie Mowery
  • a gas grill courtesy of Ken Rash's - Garry Bell
  • a year's worth of car washes,courtesy of GooGoo Car Wash - Christopher Hitching
  • a Canon Video Camera, courtesy of Canon - Amy Reed
  • Patina Décor Shopping spree - Brandon Barker
  • Gateway Tire - Walter Hodges
  • Bella Viaggia -  Diane Glover
  • Midtown Bike-his and hers - Joyce McKee
  • Regions Suite at Redbirds - Robert Hall
  • D'Edge Art Gallery - John Hardee
  • Muse Sho - Andy Boyd
  • Cowboy Corner - Marla Morris
  • B A Framer - Robert Atkins
  • Pediatrics East Visa Gift Card - Cheryl Lee
  • Malco Theaters - Cecilia Bird
  • WellWorX Gym - Mike Frye
  • James Gattas Jewelers - Russell Allen
  • Zaven Kish - Barbara Gill
  • Circle K Gas - Haley Arthur
  • St. Jude Dream Home - Regina Maley
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