I just discovered a most amazing coincidence: the loveable Eveready Energizer Bunny and the equally loveable Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol made their national TV debuts in the same year: 1989. Beyond that, these two TV icons have a great deal in common. Just like that famous pink rabbit, the Prize Patrol just keeps going and going and going. I mean – we just keep traveling and traveling and traveling and awarding Big Check after Big Check after Big Check. (We’ve awarded over $240 million in major prizes alone.)
Eveready claims their batteries will last a long time, and we can make the same claim: Todd Sloane and yours truly started the Prize Patrol many years ago, and we’ve logged thousands and thousands of miles on the way to sweepstakes winners’ doors.
You’ve no doubt seen the Energizer Bunny sporting dark glasses and pounding his big bass drum. At times we also wear dark glasses — as we scope out a winner’s location; but that’s where the similarity ends. No bass drum for us. We carry bouquets of roses and balloons and, most importantly, the Big Check! Our trusty video camera crew tapes the “winning moment” so that TV viewers across the U. S. can see the emotion and excitement when someone hears us announce “YOU are a winner in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes!”
Like some batteries, Todd and I occasionally need some recharging. It just takes a little time back in the office or some “R&R” and we’re “ever-ready” to hit the road again – with our ever-ready deputy Danielle Lam – to surprise a new winner with a Big Check worth thousands, even millions of dollars.
It’s easy to experience the “keeps going and going” properties of the Energizer Bunny by purchasing an Eveready battery. But it’s also easy – without purchasing a thing — to enter and maybe WIN the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes. A simple click on this link to pch.com will get you started and then you can enter for our November 30th Mega Prize worth $1,000,000.00 Plus $5,000.00 A Week For Life!
Just think: You could see the famous Prize Patrol not “going and going” to someone else’s house but coming to your front door! I suggest you get going and going and go for it!
Prize Patrol Ambassador