Sweepstakes Dream Theme Song Revived in PCH $5000 A Week For Life TV Ads
Year after year theater attendance figures indicate that audiences love revivals of those classic Broadway musicals — whether the shows are restaged on the Great White Way itself, in touring companies on the road or in summer stock. So it’s no surprise that a recent polling of consumers showed a genuine liking for a song we used in our TV commercials back in the early ’90’s. The reception was so favorable that this “mini-musical” was revived and updated with videos of recent winning moments and a new PCH Sweepstakes prize amount: $5000 A Week for Life.
The lyric’s last line was — and remains — “Publishers Clearing House: the house where dreams come true.” The lyrics also remind the listener that “Miracles can happen, can happen for you.”
Truer words were never sung!
Unlike most TV ads, this commercial doesn’t need a voice-over announcer to communicate the message. The musical tune is catchy and melodic, and the singer’s words underscore the emotional high that average folks (like you!) experience when they open the door and see their sweepstakes dream come true: The PCH Prize Patrol standing there with roses, balloons and a Big Check! This time around, we’re offering a Big Check made out for $5000 A Week for Life!
Want to hear the music and see some wonderful winning moments? Just click on the link below and sing along to “The House Where Dreams Come True,” then enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes online by going to pch.com.
And remember: our contest rules allow you to enter the PCH Sweepstakes at pch.com every day! Return to enter again and again and increase your chances of winning $5000 A Week for Life! Like the people you see in our commercials, your sweepstakes dream could come true and your winning moment could show up in our next TV campaign.
So don’t delay. After all, “Miracles can happen, can happen for you” when you enter the PCH sweepstakes at “Publishers Clearing House, the house where dreams come true.”
Wishing you all the best,
PCH Prize Patrol