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‘Wheel of Fortune’ features Indiantown native on Valentine’s Day episode

News'Wheel of Fortune' features Indiantown native on Valentine's Day episode

If you tuned in to watch Wheel of Fortune on Feb. 17, you might have been one of the few people who could point out where Indispanntown is on a map.

During the show’s Sweetheart Week, Miller and Alicia Exantus competed to be the lucky winners of that evening’s episode. Miller said he was born and raised in Indiantown, and met his wife while they were students at Florida State University.

The couple, who now lives in Palmetto in Manatee County on Florida’s west coast, have been married for five years and have two daughters, he said on the show.

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The Exantuses did not immediately respond to TCPalm’s request for comment.

Miller Exantus told Wheel of Fortune host Pspant Sspanjspank that he and his wife had promised their daughters they would win and bring back a unicorn. Unfortunately, the couple did not win.

Jay and Jennifer Chalk of Arkansas won the game that consisted of 10 rounds of word puzzles. They took home a cash prize of $20,310.

If you missed the episode, you can watch it here.

 

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