Like thousands of others I am reading the best-selling book “The Boys in the Boat,” the true story of a Depression-era University of Washington crew team who against all odds rowed themselves to victory in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, Germany. It’s an inspiring saga of how eight unprivileged young men, under the guidance of passionate coaches, dedicated years to becoming the fastest team of rowers in the world. You don’t have to know anything about the sport of crew to enjoy the book and appreciate what an exciting movie it will become. It’s simply a thrilling tale about persistence, practice and the pursuit of a goal. In this case the gold medal could not have been achieved without an almost super-human effort by a team.
Far be it from me to downplay the importance of teamwork in virtually every human endeavor. But there’s one thing that one person – like YOU — can do that could produce a life-changing result: Enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes! That’s right: You don’t have to rally an eight-man crew in a racing shell or lower your oar into the bone-chilling water for a pre-dawn practice run. No sir: you can go for this gold and win the sweepstakes all by yourself – from the comfort of your own computer desk chair or mobile device — any time you want.
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And what might the results be?
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So go for it and enter! No teamwork required. You could win the sweepstakes all by yourself! But hurry… our “Double the Cash” Special Early Look Prize Event is coming up real soon — on November 25th!
Wishing you the best of luck,
Prize Patrol Ambassador