Winning a Sweepstakes Takes Persistence – Just Like Championship Tennis

I just finished reading “Open,” the soul-baring autobiography of tennis legend Andre Agassi. It’s quite a ride, and I’d recommend reading it.

By the time Andre was a teenager, he had practiced returning literally MILLIONS of tennis balls hurled at him by the “dragon,” a menacing machine installed in his backyard by a father determined to make his son the best tennis player in the world. The goal was met, and there’s no doubt that persistence played a crucial role in achieving Agassi’s success.

I’m not suggesting that you should enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes millions of times as Andre returned millions of tennis balls; but if you’d like to win a Big Check worth MILLIONS of dollars, the more times you enter our fabulous contest the better.

The more PCH Sweepstakes winners I meet, the more I’m convinced that persistence is really important. You may be encouraged to learn that I have known some winners who had “beginner’s luck” and won with their first entry. But, for the most part, the folks who win enter our sweepstakes enter every chance they get – either by sending an entry back by mail or by entering religiously online at pch.com.

So don’t delay: Simply click on this link to pch.com – and you could be on your way to winning a Sweepstakes. And be persistent: enter every day to improve your chances of winning.

And remember: if you are a tennis player – or even if you are not: there’s more excitement than Big Checks at Publishers Clearing House. You can entertain yourself at PCHgames, win more prizes at PCHlotto, conduct an online search at PCHSearch&Win, see exciting PCH “winning moments” at pchtv.com, and find great deals on magazine subscriptions and merchandise at pch.com.

Good luck!

Dave Sayer

Executive Director

PCH PRIZE PATROL


37 thoughts on “Winning a Sweepstakes Takes Persistence – Just Like Championship Tennis”

  1. Carolyn J Davis Deleon says:

    JUST RESENTLY I EXPERINCED A DEATH IN THE FAMILY. SOMEONE I CARED FOR SO DEEPLY ON THE NIGHT THEY WERE HAVING LIVE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON YOU TUBE. I LIVED FOR THE MOMENT I COULD GET SO REAL ANSWERS CONCERNING PCH. EVEN THOUGH I MISSES MY OPPORTUNITY I CONTINUE TO PLAY BECAUSE I DO BELIEVE THAT PCH IS THE PLACE WERE MANY DREAMS COME TRUE. JESUS BLESS US ALL. THANK YOU PCH.

  2. Earl French says:

    Faith and perserverence are key elements in being successful. Turn obstacles into opportunities!

  3. Paul says:

    The old saying ” If at first you don’t succeed try try again” It all takes will power and positive thinking, In it to win it, They are all saying but truth is, you and you alone have the ability to make things happen.

  4. Ginger Veik says:

    Sometimes it just takes giving yourself permission to succeed. It sounds simple, but sometimes there is a mental battle when one is trying to find a reason not to take the next step toward success. Do not allow the mind to convince you not to continue to pursue something you really want just because you haven’t been able to achieve it so far. Persevere! Anything one desires strongly is worth the effort, even when one would rather do something else. Give yourself that extra nudge and keep going. There may be days when you don’t want to make the effort, but, force yourself. Every step you take brings you closer to the goal :) <3

  5. Positive thinking and I find that laughter is the cure for the blues. Prayer is a
    Absolute help with any and all needs – that’s what keeps me going daily.

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