It’s Always Fair Weather When PCH Arrives

Win the PCH Sweeps, and you could have a warm feeling all over!

In the past few months the Prize Patrol has traveled to some pretty cold climates. Maybe you live in one of them and are still thawing out from a bitter winter.  In some instances our navy blue blazers have had to cover a few layers of clothing to keep us warm.  (Yours truly wore extra wool socks and even long underwear when we were in sub-freezing Michigan in January!)

But as far as the winners are concerned no day is too cold to fling open the front door and give us a warm reception.  Sometimes they will be in stocking feet and skimpy clothing but step outside into frigid cold to welcome us.  “I’m fine” they say. “I’ve never felt warmer in my life!”

Yes sir, it’s always fair weather when the Prize Patrol shows up to surprise the winner of the PCH Sweeps — with roses, balloons and (ta-dahh!) the Big Check!  Whether the prize award is worth thousands or millions (!) of dollars the blessing is a cause for celebration: hopes have been realized, prayers have been answered and now bills can be paid, postponed health issues can be tackled, household repairs can be made, a much needed vacation can be taken or the urgent needs of a loved one or special cause can be addressed.

How about you?  No matter where you live – even in the milder Sun Belt, wouldn’t a Big Check from Publishers Clearing House take the chill out of the air and make it feel like the middle of summer?

If your answer is YES, click on the link to pch.com at the upper right corner of this blog and enter the PCH Sweepstakes today — and every day.  Before you know it you could experience the exciting warmth of a PCH “winning moment.”

Wishing you the best of luck!

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

P.S. What’s the weather like in your part of the country? Comment below!

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  1. I’ve played PCH off and on again for years. I was a career soldier and couldn’t always enter in a timely manor. I was medically retired in the last few years and Its not all bat to be a civilian now. I play every day because of our children, one of which is a College student and the other a strong eighth grade student who will be College bound in a few short years. I could do so much good with a big fat check. In addition to paying of family debt, making College a no brainer (financially) and getting that old truck on the road. I pan to give a lot of money to Children’s cancer research at St. Jude’s. I dedicated my life to the service of others and I don’t want to stop now.