PCH Prize Award in Stockton, CA

Here are some notes from our recent PCH Prize Patrol visit in Stockton, CA, when we were on the trail of a Publishers Clearing House winner… Ready for our next sweepstakes winning moment, we drive up to an apartment building. The PCH Prize Patrol is excited to surprise a resident with a big check from […]

How Did the Prize Patrol Get Started?

Just over twenty years ago, Todd Sloane, an assistant in the PCH advertising department, came to me and said, “I have an idea.” “What is it?” I asked as I sat in my office minutes after we had conducted a drawing for a Million Dollar SuperPrize. “Well,” he said, “you’re about to place a phone […]

Do Pets Win the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes?

On my most recent Prize Patrol trip there were pets in two of the three homes where I delivered sweepstakes prize checks to Publishers Clearing House winners. The winners were people, but they had some lucky dogs and one lucky cat, who might now have more treats in their future. As we approached the Idaho […]

PCH SuperPrize Winner’s Story on National TV

When Doris Gray of New Jersey won our $5,000.00 A Week For Life PCH SuperPrize in February, the PCH Prize Patrol was there, of course, to capture the winning moment – which you can see at PCHTV.com. But there were other video cameras there as well to witness all the excitement – which turned out […]

A Lucrative Way to Search the Web

One of my three contest prize award stops last week was Minneapolis/St. Paul – where PCH Prize Patrol member Danielle and I were dispatched to surprise yet another lucky Publishers Clearing House winner who entered our sweepstakes at PCH Search & Win. Not only lucky but SMART. You see, Renae Novak knew that the more […]

One Less House For Sale in Idaho

Some “experts” think the recession may have bottomed out. But for millions of struggling families, especially folks trying to sell their homes, financial recovery still seems far away: far, far away to Stephanie Gornichec of Boise, Idaho, and her husband Shaun. Until one day last week. A year ago Stephanie was nicely employed in the […]