NJ Lottery to Film 'Happy' Commercial in Morristown Wednesday

All day event will film at several locations throughout county seat.

Patch File Photo
Patch File Photo

Lottery winners are probably pretty happy, considering they've got more cash now than before.

Chances are they can do a happy dance, too.

That's why the New Jersey Lottery will be conducting three different filming sessions in locations across the state this week for 30 of its lottery winners, who will be dancing to Pharrell Williams' chart-topping song "Happy."

Three 30-second ads will be filmed, with one of them coming from Morristown on June 4.

Filming will begin at 8 a.m. at Wightman Farm on Mt. Kemble Avenue, then continue at a retail location to be determined at 11 a.m. From there, a downtown location will be chosen for 3 p.m. filming. 

If you see any happy-looking dancers in the county seat this week, you'll know why. 

David Steketee June 02, 2014 at 03:12 PM
Shouldn't the dance about "I just paid extra taxes." or "Damn, I could've saved that instead of wasting it on lottery tickets." State Lotteries are such a scam. The way they advertise is pathetic.


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