Powerball jackpot keeping area convenience stores busy

Convenience stores in Door and Kewaunee Counties are seeing increased business for Powerball tickets with the jackpot now at $750-million.  That's the fourth-largest Powerball prize in the history of the game.  Parv Jandu, owner of Jandu Petroleum, says his business could net a modest windfall if any of his stores sell the winning ticket.  Right now, he says some of his employees are feeling a bit overwhelmed as result of increased ticket sales.



The largest jackpot in Powerball history was a nearly $1.6-billion payout to multiple winners in January 2016.

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