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Prize Patrol Deliveries ARE Real! Can You Believe It?

Can you believe it?  There are some people who don’t believe in Santa Claus!

What’s more, you wouldn’t believe how many people I meet who don’t believe in the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol!!!  What’s wrong with them?

There I’ll stand – in my Prize Patrol blazer – looking just like I have in PCH TV commercials for over 27 years!  And these cynical people will say to me, “Yeah I’ve seen the ads; but you can’t believe everything you see on TV.”

Well, they may have a point.  There are some shoddy advertisers on TV making claims that simply don’t hold up.  Even newsmen have been known to alter the truth.

But, believe me, the Prize Patrol deliveries are real, and the “winning moments” we show you are 100% genuine: no pre-notification of the winners, no rehearsals, no re-takes, no staging.  And – as is often quite obvious – there’s no help provided from the “hair, make-up and wardrobe department.”  (Many a winner, just out of bed, has complained “Just look at me!  Why didn’t you tell me you were coming?!?”)

Most importantly, the Big Checks we hand over to the winners represent real money – worth thousands, even millions of dollars!  This promise becomes wonderfully believable when a winner takes the real check (not the big cardboard one) to the bank, then goes on a shopping spree that night.  (I always remember Alfred and Shirley from Wisconsin who said “After we won we went to the store: bought some bread, some milk and a new car.”)

So – if you’ve been dragging your heels and not entering our sweepstakes because you weren’t sure whether the Prize Patrol presentations on TV are real, change your fuzzy thinking!!! I assure you, Prize Patrol deliveries ARE real, so starting now, enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes today and every day!  Believe me: some lucky person – maybe YOU — will thank us for providing such potentially life-changing advice.

Win $10,000 a week for life 

Wishing you all the best.

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

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