“You bet I want to win money from PCH!” you reply. If so, you may be interested in a famous Vince Lombardi quote.
A new play is coming to Broadway about the legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi. Its script will no doubt include the saying most famously attributed to him: “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.”
Biographers are not sure whether the quote actually originated with him; but there is universal agreement that the line has been a powerful stimulus to football players, other athletes and all kinds of aspirants from the very first time it was uttered.
Well, that’s perfectly understandable. I mean, who could argue with the appeal of a multi-million dollar SuperPrize? Win it and you’d be set for life!
I’ve known all of the Publishers Clearing House SuperPrize winners over the years, and they are all mighty grateful for their good fortune. Of course the winning moment — when the PCH Prize Patrol arrives with balloons, roses and the Big Check — is just the beginning. The financial well-being goes on for years.
So, if you’re thinking, “I want to win money from PCH,” would winning mean “everything” to you? or would it be “the only thing”? Does it matter? The most important thing, if you want to win, is that you enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes without delay. Only that way do you have a chance to “win money.
Simply go to pch.com to enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes online for your chance to win money and a lot of it!
Wishing you the best of luck!
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