It’s PCHSearch&Win Trivia Time — Presidents’ Day Edition!

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Hey Searchers,

Did you know Monday, February 18th is the day dedicated to honor all our past American Presidents? Yep, my friends, Presidents’ Day is just around the corner!  It’s OK if you didn’t know – neither did I. Well, that was until I found out by searching on PCHSearch&Win.

What better way to search for information about Presidents’ Day than by using PCHSearch&Win. Powered by the best search engines on the web including Google and Yahoo, you’ll get all the information you need PLUS chances to win cool instant cash prizes in a matter of seconds!

From the days of our 1st president, George Washington, to our current 44th President, Barack Obama, there are all kinds of fun, interesting facts PCHSearch&Win can uncover about the illustrious histories of our presidents.

So I’ve decided to give you loyal searchers an Exclusive PCHSearch&Win Challenge…it’s TRIVIA TIME!

Put your search skills to the test and see if you can answer my questions below.

1) How many Presidents have there been?

2) Who are the Presidents on Mount Rushmore?

3) Name the President portrayed on the Nickel coin.

4) Who was the first President to live in the White House?

5) Name the President whose face is on the $100.00 Bill.

6) Which President said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country”?

Post your answers in the comment section.  I’m curious to see if anyone can answer them all correctly! Can YOU?

Happy Searching!

Matt S.
PCH Creative

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23 thoughts on “It’s PCHSearch&Win Trivia Time — Presidents’ Day Edition!”

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  3. Kashun Stevenson says:

    1.before Obama there was 43. 2.George Washington , Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and last but, not lease Abraham Lincoln. 3.Thomas Jefferson. 4.john Adams. 5.Benjamin Franklin. 6.JFK .Better known as John F. Kennedy. Wrote by: Kashun Stevenson thank you and god bless you all.

  4. 1)44 PRESIDENTS

    2)George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln\

    3)Thomas Jefferson

    4)John Adams

    5)Benjamin Franklin (EVEN THOUGH Benjamin Franklin was not a President)

    6)Which President said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country”?
    John F. Kennedy

  5. Debbie Waterhouse says:

    1) How many Presidents have there been? There have been 44 presidents, the last 3 presidents serving 2 terms each.

    2) Who are the Presidents on Mount Rushmore? George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt

    3) Name the President portrayed on the Nickel coin. Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel.

    4) Who was the first President to live in the White House? John Adams is the first president to live in the White House.

    5) Name the President whose face is on the $100.00 Bill. There is no President on the $100 bill, Benjamin Franklin’s face is on the $100.00 bill

    6) Which President said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country”? President John F. Kennedy

  6. SOUTH DAKOTA BLACK HILLS
    GUTZON BORLGUM
    1. 44 PRESIDENTS

    2. GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS JEFFERSON, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THERODORE ROSEVELT

    3. THOMAS JEFFERSON THE PRESIDENT IS PROTRAYED ON THE NICKEL.

    4.JOHN ADAMS WAS THE FIRST PRESIDENT TO LIVE IN THE WHITE HOUSE.

    5. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN NAME IS ON THE $100 BILL.

    6. PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY SAID”ASK NOT WHAT YOUR COUNTRY CAN DO FOR YOU, BUT WHAT YOUCAN DO FOR YOUR COUNTRY?

    I TRIED SEVERAL ATTEMPTS TO SUMMIT. HOPE THIS ONE GOES THRU TODAY.

  7. susan frederick says:

    Do we have to answer these questions to be entered in the
    sweepstakes

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Susan, simply click on the link and follow the instructions to complete your entry! If you have any questions, you can contact our Customer Service representative by calling our toll-free number 1-800-459-4724 Monday-Friday, 8:30am-8:30pm, EST.

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  8. Joye Hamilton says:

    Hello Matt & The All Of The Folks At PCH…The Answers 2 Your ?s Are:

    1. There were 44 Presidents
    2. Mt Rushmore has Lincoln, Jefferson, T.Roosevelt, and George Washington
    3. Thomas Jefferson is on the face of a nickel
    4. John Adams was the first to live in the White House
    5. Benjamin Franklin is on a $100.00 bill.
    6. President John Kennedy gave the famous speak about ….”Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” !

    With My Poor Old Laptop Making Whirring Noises Shortly After Getting Online, I Don’t Get To Answer The Blogs Very Quickly…I Hope Having The Right Answers Count!

    Ta Ta For Now, Joye H.:)

  9. Mia Sheridan says:

    I really want to help a lot of people who are in need.

  10. 1) 44 Presidents
    2) Rushmore: a. George Washington b. Thomas Jefferson c. Theodore Roosevelt d. Abraham Lincoln.
    3) Nickel coin: Thomas Jefferson
    4)1st to live in White House: John Adams.
    5)Face on $100. : Benjamin Franklin
    6)Infamouse quote, “Ask not what your country to do for you, but what you can do for your country.” : John F. Kennedy

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