MEMO BLOG Memo Calendar Memo Pad Business Memos Meals on Wheels Letters Home
FEATURE ARTICLES

Fritz comes through with two new east Portland parks for you

Foreclosure on squat house proceeding

Parkrose closer to outsourcing student transportation



Man who inspired homeowner bill dies

How do Mid-county restaurants rate?

Oregon Lottery in Mid-county

Parkrose February Athletic Schedule



MEMO Archives
MEMO Advertising

MEMO Country (Map)
MEMO Web Neighbors
MEMO Staff

MEMO BLOG

2014 Mid-county MEMO
Terms & Conditions
Oregon Lottery in Mid-county
December Oregon Lottery results for Mid-county

Every month, Oregonians spend about $87 million on Oregon Lottery products. Of that, 62 percent is spent playing video games, and the remaining 28 percent is spent playing traditional games-scratch offs, keno, Power Ball and Mega Bucks. Retailers offering these products are paid a commission. The chart shows gross sales and net commissions-after payouts-by businesses in the Memo's circulation area for December 2013. Businesses not offering video games are not included. Of the top-10 retail locations in the state last year, three are in Mid-county: Original Joe's on Northeast 102nd Avenue and Halsey Street, Shari's on Airport Way and the Glass House Tavern on Sandy Boulevard. These locations sold about $1.5 million in lottery products last year. In December, the top three retailers in our area were Shari's Airport, Glass House Tavern and Dotty's Mall 205.



Memo Calendar | Memo Pad | Business Memos | Meals on Wheels | Letters | About the MEMO
MEMO Advertising | MEMO Archives | MEMO Web Neighbors | MEMO Staff | Home