It’s Springtime…Time To Enter For $1,000,000 A Year For Life!
Phew! Thank heavens this winter’s cold weather has finally departed – including the record snowfalls that plagued many of you. Wherever you are right now, it’s springtime and time for spring cleaning! Time to clean house. And maybe it’s time to clean out some fuzzy thinking that could slow you down from entering the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes for an incredible $1,000,000 A Year For Life SuperPrize.
As a founder of the PCH Prize Patrol (almost 25 years ago!) I have come across far too many people who say to me, “I’ll never win. Why bother entering?”
That’s really fuzzy thinking. I promptly remind them, “If you don’t enter, you will lose for sure!” And what a prize to lose… …one million dollars…every single year FOR LIFE! They smile sheepishly realizing I speak the truth.
So often, right after our Prize Patrol has just presented roses, balloons and a Big Check and videotaped a “winning moment,” a neighbor or relative of the ecstatic winner will step forward and say “I never believed those PCH TV commercials were real! Now I believe it! How do I enter?”
I tell them how easy it is to enter these days – and how often they can enter to get more chances to win. “Just go online to pch.com and click on the ‘Enter’ link to get started.” I remind them that our rules allow you to enter our contests, including $1,000,000 a year for life, every single day. It’s no wonder that more and more people are winning huge cash prizes — worth thousands even millions of dollars! — in the PCH Sweepstakes by entering online. And it’s not only pch.com that offers you the opportunity to “Play and Win.” There’s PCHSearch&Win, PCHGames, and PCHLotto where you can WIN every day.
So start cleaning up – not only your house, but any fuzzy thinking about Publishers Clearing House. It really is “The House Where Dreams Come True.” And your dreams could come true in the form of $1,000,000 a year for LIFE this April 30th!
Welcome to springtime, and good luck!
Prize Patrol Ambassador