HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 22Issue 30Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen Resigning

Michigan Lottery Commissioner, M. Scott Bowen, is stepping down from his current role with the Michigan Lottery, which he’s held since 2008. Governor Rick Snyder plans to accept Bowen’s resignation, effective February 18, 2017.

Under Bowen’s leadership, the Michigan Lottery has provided $6.8 billion to support public education while garnering $22.8 billion in sales.

“Serving as the Commissioner of the Michigan Lottery has been a great honor and wonderful opportunity,” Bowen said. “ The Lottery’s success during my tenure reflects the hard work and dedication of the Lottery employees and its retailers, who are proud to carry out the agency’s mission of providing funds for public education in our state. The Michigan Lottery consistently ranks as one of the top-performing lotteries in the nation because of their efforts.” 


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