Prize Patrol on the road today to deliver Publishers Clearing House’s St. Patrick’s Day Prize!
I love the color green! Maybe it is my Irish heritage (and my love for the outdoors), but there’s something about it that gets me going!
“Things are starting to look green!” I heard a neighbor say that to me as she was remarking on her tulips sprouting from the ground. And after this intense winter, I’m sure you’d agree that it is time for us to turn over a new GREEN leaf.
So what better way to break the ice than to shimmer that shamrock on everyone’s favorite spring celebration, St. Patrick’s Day! This is one holiday that all lucky leprechauns look forward to each and every year. I’m excited to let you know that it isn’t JUST the trees and plants going green – it is us here at Publishers Clearing House as well!
We celebrate this rambunctious riot-of-a-day with two great traditions. One that’s fun for you and then one that’s fun for us! Are you ready for the GREEN?
How about ten thousand greenies for you? That’s right, today, March 17, 2014, one lucky Publishers Clearing House friend will become $10,000.00 richer! And to make this even more exciting, the prize will be hand-delivered by the one and only Prize Patrol! In fact, the Prize Patrol is on the road RIGHT NOW on their way to deliver this “lucky” prize. What a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!
We get really excited about this particular giveaway here at PCH. Since those of us who work here can’t win, we like to find other ways to still get in on the celebration. And what better way to celebrate than with fun pictures? Last year, we started a new tradition for the PCH Blog group to take fun photos for St. Patrick’s Day, and as you can see, we have no plans to stop now!
What do you think everyone…did you enjoy our fun photos? Are you also wearing green today to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Comment below and let us know!
And from all of us here at the blog…Congratulations to today’s LUCKY winner!
P.S. – Many towns and cities have parades to celebrate the holiday. What do you or your local community do to remember the day? Tell us in the comments below!