Fans line up for Hoosier Millionaire Show in Elkhart

By: NewsCenter 16 Staff Email
By: NewsCenter 16 Staff Email

ELKHART, Ind. -- People in Elkhart played their luck Wednesday to be a part of the Hoosier Millionaire Show.

Eager fans lined up at the Cassopolis Street Convenience Store to spin the prize wheel and play the Hoosier Millionaire mini-board to win prizes.

The three original hosts of the show --Mark Patrick, Barbara Hobbs, and Tony Lamont-- reunited to meet and greet with the show's fans.

The original show started in the 90's and ended in 2004.

The event Wednesday brought new and old fans alike.

“I’m excited! I enjoy playing the lottery. And I try to go to all the events,” Glenn Gross said. “I was actually the sixth contestant at the Fort Wayne show and I won $4,500.”

“It’s been 25 years since the show started,” Patrick said. “But for us it's an anniversary of coming back out and meeting the fans of the show.”


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