Would You Like To Be The Second PCH “Forever” Prize Winner?
JULY 8, 2013 UPDATE: THE “FOREVER” PRIZE IS BACK AND IS GUARANTEED TO BE AWARDED ON AUGUST 29, 2013! WANT TO WIN? ENTER HERE!
December 7, 2013 Blog:
What does it feel like to become a Publishers Clearing House “Forever” Prize winner? Well, only one person in the world knows firsthand — John Wyllie of White City, Oregon. John became our very first “Forever” Prize winner in August.
I bet you do! Face it, we all want to leave something for future generations and the “Forever” Prize could help you achieve that. If you win, you’d receive payments of $5,000.00 for the rest of your life and then after that, payments of $5,000.00 would continue on for the life of a beneficiary of your choice.
I recently caught up with John to find out what he’s been up to since the Prize Patrol surprised him on August 31st. He has a few big changes in the works.
On John’s “to-do” list — buy a house to share with his father. He’s also looking forward to purchasing a new car. “I’m looking at a Mercedes,” he beamed.
In the meantime, John is focusing on paying off his bills and adjusting to life as a local celebrity. “Everybody knows about it. Sometimes people will come up and congratulate me and tell me that they saw me on the news,” John admitted. One piece of advice John shares with his well wishers is to enter at PCH online. “You can do it every day,” he adds.
Another perk of being a PCH “Forever” Prize winner? Peace of mind. John named his son David as his beneficiary and said that he told him to split it with his sister. “It’s a big relief to know that my kids will be ok,” John admitted.
We at PCH wish John all the best, and we’re so excited to look ahead to new winners on the horizon … maybe even a second “Forever” Prize winner on February 28th.
Take John’s advice and enter online every day in as many ways as you can! Maybe our next Forever Prize winner will be YOU!
PCH Online Creative
P.S. What would winning “Forever” mean for you and your family? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.