CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- West Virginia lottery players can now share their dreams of a jackpot, and get some money to achieve them.
The West Virginia lottery is rolling out the campaign on Friday. Called "Random Acts of Lottery," it invites players of any West Virginia Lottery online game to publicly share the good things they would do for others if they hit it big.
The lottery will randomly select four submissions entered at www.RandomActsofLottery.com and award each a cash prize of $10,000. Each will also receive up to $25,000 to fulfill their acts of kindness.
The official launch of the campaign will take place during "Lottery Day" at the West Virginia State Fair on Friday.
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