A Thanksgiving sweepstakes prize award could start a new holiday tradition at your house. Cash prizes and big sweepstakes awards are being offered by PCH this season. Have you played for your chance to win them? And, if you won, what kind of new holiday tradition would it start for you?
Everyone has cherished holiday traditions. One of mine is to get up early in the morning and run in our local Thanksgiving Day Race, affectionately referred to as the “Turkey Trot.” It’s a 5 mile race around the town of Port Washington, NY, where Publishers Clearing House is headquartered. Proceeds from the race go to the Community Chest of Port Washington, a charitable organization that benefits local charities dedicated to improving people’s lives.
For a runner like me, the Turkey Trot is a fun way to support a good cause in the community where PCH is based. And, charitable outreach is very much in keeping with the spirit of the founders of Publishers Clearing House. Thanks to their generosity, over 40% of the profits of Publishers Clearing House go to the benefit of charitable trusts and interests. So, even though I know I’ll never be fast enough to win the race, I feel like a “winner” because of supporting a good cause.
And, speaking of winners … did you know that at PCHLotto.com, you can play free online scratch cards for a chance to win $700 cash in our “Cash stuffed turkey” stuff your wallet prize drawing to be held on November 30th. Winning that cash prize would definitely come in handy for holiday shopping!
But, the real “big bird” of Thanksgiving sweepstakes events – the absolutely huge “TURDUCKEN” of prizes – will be the upcoming SuperPrize award on November 30th. The PCH Prize Patrol will surprise a lucky new millionaire! Now that would be something to be thankful for!
So, while you’re stuffing your face on Thanksgiving Day, keep your fingers crossed that you’ll soon be stuffing your wallet with one of our fabulous Thanksgiving sweepstakes prizes! If you do win a Thanksgiving sweepstakes prize, what new holiday traditions would you start?
“Gobble, gobble!” (That’s turkey talk for “Good Luck!”)
Executive Vice President
PCH Publishers Clearing House