Winners Never Quit and Quitters Never Win!

Greetings, fans and friends,

Last month, in our blog post entitled “Think No One from My State Ever Wins? Yes, They Do!”, we received lots of encouraging comments from you, our readers. One of those comments was a saying I’ve heard before … and that is:

WINNERS NEVER QUIT, AND QUITTERS NEVER WIN!

I went and looked up this quote on PCHSearch&Win and found out that the person who uttered these words was the famous football coach Vince Lombardi.

I’ll bet that Coach Lombardi’s words really made a difference to his team members. After all, nothing feels better than winning!

The winners of our life-changing PCH SuperPrizes can vouch for that. Even the winners of our smaller prizes will tell you that persistence totally pays off … literally!

Throughout the course of history, it worked out pretty well, I think, that some famous folks never quit:

• Where would we be living today if Christopher Columbus had turned the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria around?

winners never quit Columbus

• Where would Cinderella be if the Prince didn’t pick up that glass slipper and search for her?

Winners never quit Cinderella

• And where would Mozart be if he gave up piano lessons?

winners never quit Mozart

And the same goes for all the hundreds of thousands of Publishers Clearing House winners we’ve had over the years!

So, the takeaway, friends, is YOU HAVE TO BE IN IT TO WIN IT!
Start right now by entering at pch.com!

Good luck everyone, and remember to keep the faith!

Debbie K.
PCH Creative

P.S. Tell us about a time when you tried … and tried … until you achieved success. Comment below! We’d love to hear your story.

P.P.S. The Prize Patrol will be on the road TOMORROW to deliver a huge $100,000 prize! Stay tuned to Danielle Lam’s PCH Prize Patrol Fan Page on Facebook for clues starting TODAY!

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“Winning” Tips from a Real Winner

Winning a Sweepstakes Takes Persistence – Just like Championship Tennis

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