Solomon Jackson, the new winner of a $259.9 million Powerball lottery in South Carolina, has sworn the winnings won't change his penny-pinching ways. USA Today reports that Jackson bought his winning ticket at a Murphy USA gas station he regularly visited in order to save 3 cents a gallon. Jackson, a former assistant supervisor at the state Department of Revenue, has been tight-lipped about his personal life, and says he hasn't even told his family and friends about the winnings. During a news conference, he pledged that some of the money would go to support education programs in South Carolina, and that he'd search out other philanthropic opportunities. Despite his newfound riches, Jackson still drove to a western suburb of his hometown of Columbia for a $35 deal on tire alignment.