A Super Fun SuperPrize Delivery for Danielle Lam &The Prize Patrol!

Dear Searchers,

I’m back at our Publishers Clearing House offices after being on the road awarding prizes last week! What an exciting trip it was!

As we travelled to award our FIRST SuperPrize of the new year on February 29th, I posted some clues on my Danielle Lam PCH Prize Patrol Fan Page about where we were heading. Did you see them? Did you like them? Did you guess correctly?

I’m assuming that some of my fans had figured out that we were in Pocahontas, Arkansas by the time we pulled into the winner’s hometown.

But before the winner’s identity could be revealed … we had to find him!

With the Prize Patrol sign on the van and local media coming along for the ride, we drove by the address to scope out the scene. We always have our fingers crossed to see a car in the driveway or a light on in the house – that usually means that someone is home!  The Prize Patrol couldn’t be happier when we drove by Jason’s house and saw the front door open – YAY! After a minute of prepping the cameras and collecting our Prize Patrol gear – we went for that knock on the door to find out that we missed Jason by only a few minutes!  He had JUST left with his friend!  Luckily, his wife Audrey came to our rescue and called him. She told him, “You’ve just got to come home!”

While Jason made his way back to his house, we drove around the block so we could ring the doorbell and surprise him ourselves! And he certainly was shocked! In fact, when Jason saw me and the rest of the Prize Patrol with balloons, flowers, champagne and a “Big Check” with his name on it, he was admittedly “speechless!”

SuperPrize winner!

A 29-year-old father of four, Jason has worked on the Mississippi riverboats for 10 years. Typically, he’s scheduled for 30 days on the river and then 30 days at home with his family. I’m so happy he was in town when we came to award his prize … it would have been challenging to try and track him down on a riverboat!

It looks like the Clark family has a bright future ahead of them, with a little help from PCH! Jason plans on retiring from the riverboats and furthering his education. He even mused about getting a new house!

Who knows where the Prize Patrol be awarding a big prize next? Don’t forget to search at PCHSearch&Win every day to claim a daily SuperPrize entry and you never know, we could end up at your door!  You can even use my PERSONAL PCHSearch&Win page to enter today– I hope it brings you extra luck!  <3 to all my fans!! xoxo

All the best!

Danielle Lam

Danielle Lam
Prize Patrol Elite

29 thoughts on “A Super Fun SuperPrize Delivery for Danielle Lam &The Prize Patrol!”

  1. marilyn watson says:

    I worked very hard at this sweepsteakes

  2. Tamica grant says:

    Hi Danielle. My name is tamica grant and I’ve been a member since 2012.. This win could change my life after being a single parent for 15 teen years… Work part time job just to pay rent bills and take care of my child this money would be a blessing for me and my family

  3. travis wood says:

    been in and out of the hospital got put in on the 15th of june got out on the 20th about 20,000 in bills will come out of this not working sold truck to pay the house bills my dad is letting us use his car but he wants it back soon i have 3 kids 3,5&8 i was a truck driver for 7yrs delivering produce all over the country i spent 3weeks going south after the hurricaines taking food and building supplize to all the people there because of my health they took my c.d.l in november 2013 it’s been hard every sence i would love to win but i am not doing somethink wright it keeps telling me to review a document and secure my prize funds plz help me out email me plz

  4. allan jones says:

    Hi Danielle my name is Allan Jones and I have been a member of PCH since Nov. or Dec.2012 and I play all the games as well all the lottery games and I havent won anything still maybe it itsnt in me to win any prizes from PCH. ANYWAY I hope ur next stop is Northern Cali

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