USA: San Antonio Resident Cracks Jack Daniel's Safe and Wins $100,000

By Company Press Release | 26 June 2000

With the turn of a dial, Steven Sanchez of San Antonio, Texas, became $100,000 richer today at the Jack Daniel Distillery. Sanchez was one of 34 national consumer finalists who traveled to Lynchburg to attempt to crack the old safe that led to the death of renowned whiskey distiller, Jack Daniel.The sweepstakes, which was the second of its kind for the nation's oldest registered distillery, tied into the interesting death of the distillery's founder, Jack Daniel.

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With the turn of a dial, Steven Sanchez of San Antonio, Texas, became $100,000 richer today at the Jack Daniel Distillery. Sanchez was one of 34 national consumer finalists who traveled to Lynchburg to attempt to crack the old safe that led to the death of renowned whiskey distiller, Jack Daniel.The sweepstakes, which was the second of its kind for the nation's oldest registered distillery, tied into the interesting death of the distillery's founder, Jack Daniel.

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