PCH 60th Anniversary Party Plans – You Win $10,000 Cash!
We have some awesome party plans for PCH’s 60th Anniversary! And of course YOU’RE invited! Why, we even have some party favors! How about $10,000 CASH delivered by the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol? But more on that in a minute!
First, that’s right, we’re turning the ripe old age of 60 years old! We were founded back in 1953 by Harold and LuEster Mertz in Port Washington, NY! When most people (or companies) get to be that age, you tend to do a lot of introspective thinking. Don’t worry, we’re not retiring! In fact we’re just getting started! For us, looking back on the past just means coming up with great new ways to celebrate our winning history!
And what better way to celebrate our 60th Anniversary than with a special $10,000 CASH PRIZE for you, our fans! We’re SO excited to let you know that the Prize Patrol will be on the road TOMORROW, June 5th, to award this fantastic prize!
So how can you follow the Prize Patrol as they award this historic prize? For starters, you can keep up with clues and hints on Danielle Lam’s PCH Prize Patrol Fan Page on Facebook. Clues will start around this afternoon, so be sure to check them out if you want to know where the Prize Patrol is headed to deliver the Big Check to our lucky winner! You can also follow along right here on the PCH Blog! Amanda will be posting clues all throughout the day. If you entered, they could be heading for your door!
But as you know, no party is any fun without guests, so this is the perfect time to tell your friends about all the fun on our Facebook Fan Pages and here at the blog! And boy do we know how to “get down” — our party plans are always to celebrate in style!
So help us commemorate PCH’s 60th Anniversary by following along with us, and maybe we’ll see YOUR photo as the next BIG WINNER TOMORROW!
I wish you the best of luck!
P.S. Speaking of anniversaries, my parents are coming on up on 35 years! What a great legacy! If you won one of our prizes, who’s legacy from your own life would you like to honor?