How Would You Like A Summer Vacation – Courtesy of PCH?

We Prize Patrol’ers do so much traveling in the course of our jobs that sometimes we’d like to stay home rather than pack a suitcase or get on another plane. But I know that some of you haven’t gotten any good “R and R” for a long time and that you’d absolutely LOVE to get away – on a nice summer vacation! Alas, jobs, family obligations and low bank accounts have a pesky way of keeping you close to home and preventing those getaway dreams from coming true.

Well, maybe the Prize Patrol can help. After all, Publishers Clearing House remains – as our advertising jingle used to sing – “the house where dreams come true.” How would you like to win a Big Check that could pave the way to a vacation of your dreams?

Many winners tell us that high on the list of things they’ve done with their prize money is go on a trip. Yes, they pay those bills that have been keeping them awake at night; but after that nothing beats getting away – to the seashore or the mountains or some exotic foreign destination.

Just think of it.  Within hours of your “winning moment” you could plan your dream vacation. Maybe a trip to Europe, or Asia, or South America. Maybe a round-the-world cruise – with island stops in the South Pacific. Maybe you’d prefer a week at the beach or at a country B&B, or a family holiday at a campsite or theme-park, or driving an RV or a motorboat. Heck, with a giant cash windfall from Publishers Clearing House you could do them all – year after year.

Summer Vacation

Of course such traveling pleasures would only be “the icing on the cake.” If you win a giant SuperPrize you could enjoy a lifetime of financial security – and wouldn’t that be the best of all?

So what are you waiting for? Enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes – today and every day. The more opportunities you take to enter, the more chances you’ll have to win!

Sweet dreams, happy travels, and good luck!

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

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