PCH Prize Award Delivery Man Still a Frequent Flier

A year ago The New York Times Business Section published a column about my being a “frequent flier.” Twelve months later, thanks to my position as the Chief Prize Award Delivery Man for PCH, I still qualify. In fact later this morning I’m flying to upstate New York – although this time to visit family who will undoubtedly greet me with, “Hmmm … I see you don’t have a Big Check from Publishers Clearing House for us.”

The Times will soon start charging for a visit to their online archives, so before that happens, click here to read The New York Times story from February 2009 for free.

And here’s a prize award update. Since that story was written, as head of the PCH Prize Patrol I’ve flown to Boise, ID, Detroit, MI, Houston, TX, San Diego, CA, Davenport, IA, Minneapolis, MN (twice), Salt Lake City, UT, Albuquerque, NM (twice), Fort Smith, AR, Dallas, TX, Seattle, WA, Kansas City, MO, and various cities in Florida – plus Chicago, IL (for an appearance and award on a popular daytime talk show) and Greensboro, NC for a surprise visit to a viewer of the CBS Early Show. Since two Prize Patrol Blitz campaigns required visits to over 200 winners – which I couldn’t handle without extra help, I dispatched more than 60 Prize Patrol deputies on countless flights to over 100 cities across the USA including Honolulu, HI. Finally, there were several trips to northeast U.S. winners where our trusty Prize Patrol van did the trick – no flying required. All in all, the prizes awarded totaled nearly $12 million! That’s a lot of cash – plus a lot of roses and balloons!

You may be saying, “Well Dave: that’s all very nice, but you haven’t come to my town or my house for a prize award!”

Don’t despair. There are lots of opportunities to play and win the contests and sweepstakes at PCH in 2010. Of course, you have to enter The Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes to win. But because you are reading this blog, entering is easy: Just go to pch.com where you can win prizes every day. In fact you should enter right now for a chance to win the PCH $10 Million SuperPrize!

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Best of luck!

Dave Sayer

Executive Director

PCH PRIZE PATROL


29 thoughts on “PCH Prize Award Delivery Man Still a Frequent Flier”

  1. Nadine Larmond says:

    Please help me please

  2. linda bushee says:

    Hi dave. my name is linda bushee you text me about an hour ago . Did i win .ihope so. thanks you please contact me.

  3. Cheryl Weld says:

    We are both disable and sure could use this
    Thank you pch

  4. william b myers says:

    To Dave Sawyer dear Dave they sent me a letter telling me that I was on the list for $5000 and an upgrade of 2000 and if I got my upgrade back in time I would be eligible for $7000 a week I filled out the same day I received it and sent it back they sent me a letter saying I made it on time my upgrade was accepted publishers clearinghouse called me on the phone and told me they needed my exact address phone number and date of birth and everything else that I would be seeing you soon and that is the last I heard it please tell me you’re not phony years truly William B Myers

    1. PCH Customer Service PCH Customer Service says:

      Hi William,

      We appreciate you for notifying us regarding the telephone call you received. Let me assure you that there is no connection between the real Publishers Clearing House and the fraudulent party who contacted you claiming to be associated with our company. Winners of $500.00 or more from the real Publishers Clearing House are notified by registered mail and winners of $10,000 or more would be notified in person by our famous Prize Patrol with no advance notice.

      Our mailings are opportunities for a chance to win, and provide clear information that the recipient has not yet won any prize, must enter by the deadline, and must be chosen to win. In order to win an entry must be selected by random drawing or match the winning number selected. Please remember that while we receive entries from all across the land only one individual can actually win each giveaway.

      Please contact our toll free number at 1-800-392-4190 to report this incident. Our specially trained Customer Service Representatives are available to assist you Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM Eastern Time. We recommend that you also report this incident to the National Fraud Center at http://www.fraud.org. We also encourage consumers to visit the Consumer Affairs section on our website at info.pch.com, where there is more valuable information on how to protect oneself and avoid falling victim to sweepstakes scams.

      Stay safe!
      Jodi @ PCH

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