Should I Stay Home to Wait for the Prize Patrol?
Go to work – even if you think the PCH Prize Patrol might be coming!
Occasionally we get a phone call from someone who knows that the PCH Prize Patrol plans to award a SuperPrize on a certain date. The question is asked: “Should I stay home from work – just in case you come to my door?”
“Absolutely not!” we tell the caller. “If you are the Publishers Clearing House winner, we will find you wherever you are. You don’t have to worry about our awarding the Big Check to someone else. If you are the winner, you — and only you — will get the prize.”
And that’s the truth!
If the winner isn’t home, neighbors or nearby relatives can usually tell us where the winner can be found.
While we love knocking on doors and “knocking the socks off” winners right where they live, we love going to workplaces too. The surprise and joy of a sweepstakes winning moment spreads like wildfire throughout the office or shop or factory, and co-workers come running. They are often just as stunned as the winner and provide video sound-bites that show up in our TV commercials. The winner might stand there speechless while a “prizewitness” says something like, “I thought it was a gimmick! Now I’m gonna send that sucker in!”
So enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes with confidence, knowing that if you win, you need not stay home from work as an award date approaches. We will find you and give you a winning moment you’ll never forget.
I can tell you right now that November 11 could be a prize-winning day for you. We will be on a Prize Patrol Blitz during which we will award cash sweepstakes prizes to 101 Winners in 101 zip codes across the USA.
To find out if we are coming to your area, click here on this link to pch.com, then type in your zip code and find out instantly if a Prize Patrol van will be heading your way. Then enter the PCH contest.
By the way, let us know if you would like to be surprised at work and how you think people would react!
We wish you the best of luck!
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