In recent weeks the TV airwaves have been full of commercials asking viewers to join in the race to see who will win the big prize. The word “house” has been prominently featured in the advertising.
Am I talking about the 2012 race for the presidential house? About the tons of political advertising and the heavy coverage of primaries and caucuses? Or how journalists are looking forward to the party conventions and which candidate will take on President Barack Obama in November?
No, I’m talking about the race for a different “house”: specifically Publishers Clearing House and the big prize – or SuperPrize – to be won by one lucky entrant in the fabulously famous PCH Sweepstakes! I’m sure you’ve seen many of our TV commercials urging you to go to pch.com and enter!
Our big day – and maybe YOURS — will arrive about eight months ahead of November’s Election Day: February 29th to be exact. That’s the day I will lead our Prize Patrol to someone’s door, ring the bell, greet the resident, then announce: “You have just won the PCH Sweepstakes!”
Now I don’t mean to underestimate the effect that a presidential administration can have on an individual American’s life — especially today on President’s Day when we’re all honoring our founding fathers! But, believe me, if you win $1 Million A Year for Life from Publishers Clearing House, that will have a major effect on your life, not to mention your bank account. Such a windfall will allow you to do a multitude of things that you’ve only dreamed about before.
So dream away. But – more and most importantly – enter the PCH Sweepstakes at once. The race for the big prize is on and tomorrow is the last chance for you to enter at pch.com so don’t waste any time, not even a second! Get your entry in for the big prize now, before it’s too late!
You may not win the race for the presidency in 2012. But a dream house and a lot more could be yours – soon! So remember to get your entries in before tomorrow!
Wishing you the best of luck – from Publishers Clearing House, “the house where dreams come true.”
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador