ONEIDA, Wis. (WFRV) – A married couple from Oneida claimed the winning Powerball jackpot ticket of over $300 million, that was sold in Green Bay.

The Wisconsin Lottery posted a video on their YouTube channel introducing the winners of the $316.3 million Powerball jackpot. Tammy and Cliff Webster were interviewed and provided some background on how they found out they won.

“The news said they had two winners and I felt all sad. They had one in California and one in Wisconsin,” said Tammy. But that sadness quickly changed for her and her husband.

“This cannot be the Powerball,” Cliff said, while staring at his ticket. But it was. “I couldn’t believe it. I just sat there staring at it. And she was there in the recliner looking at me and I yelled to her that we won. And I couldn’t believe it.”

While the Websters declined media interviews, they did release the video to Wisconsin Lottery.

“It was 4:30 in the morning, we didn’t know what to do — we’re hugging and yelling. It was one of the happiest moments of my life,” Cliff added.

The ticket was sold by the Jackson Pointe Citgo near Green Bay’s airport. The store also won, getting $100,000 from the lottery for selling the winning ticket.

The announcement comes one month after it was announced that one of the winning tickets was sold in Green Bay.

“The fact that they were regulars for us and stopped in makes it even more exciting,” said Kristy Sommers, who works at the Citgo where the winning ticket was sold. The store said it has been buzzing with rumors who won since last week.

“It’s been very suspenseful. Did I sell the winning ticket?  Or just the fact one of the employees here sold the winning ticket to him and that he is a regular,” said Sommers.

Meanwhile, the Websters are feeling grateful to walk away with that powerful prize.

“Anybody could win. Just be thankful for what you have. And be happy. And maybe good things will come because it came for us,” Tammy said.

The couple opted to take the cash option of $225 million. After state and federal taxes, their take home was around $153 million.

The Wisconsin Lottery said the odds of winning the jackpot were one in 175 million. Another ticket also won that was sold in California.