Belfast retailer and NFRN member Natalie McKay was over the moon to hear that her store’s National Lottery players have helped to raise more than £2 million for good causes since The National Lottery launch in 1994.

Receiving a plague from Camelot CEO Nigel Railton to commemorate the achievement, Ms McKay said she was delighted that the store and her customers had been able to make such a difference to people and projects across the UK. Natalie and her staff always work hard to support The National Lottery – they have hand-painted National Lottery imagery on their shop windows and create bespoke POS for Rollovers and event draws.

Located in Belfast City Centre, McKay’s is a family-run business and old-fashioned sweet shop. It is also one of the few specialist tobacconists in the city and boasts the only walk-in humidor (climate-controlled cigar room) in Belfast.

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