Hey, have you heard that we’re going to award $5,000 A Week “Forever” on February 24th? That’s $5,000 A Week For Life to the winner, and then after that $5,000 A Week For Life to a beneficiary the winner chooses!
It’s truly a life-changing fortune that could leave a legacy for your family for years to come! It’s hard to imagine what that would be like, but there are a few people who don’t have to imagine it. In fact, there are FOUR, and they can tell you exactly what it feels like! Let’s recap our four “Forever” Prize winners!
Our first “Forever” Prize winner, John had quite the treatment. The local Sheriff was nice enough to lead the Prize Patrol to the mobile estate community where Mr. Wyllie lived, announcing on his loud speaker “Publishers Clearing House is here — somebody in White City won!”
As you can see from the winning moment, John was overwhelmed with emotion. He pledged to buy his father a house and later stated he would purchase a brand new car! But it’s when John said, “as long as I can make somebody else happy with some of this, that’d be good with me,” bringing the Prize Patrol to tears.
Our second “Forever” Prize winner was Michael Miller of Moro, IL. He definitely falls into the category of “stunned silence”! After the shock wore off, he finally let loose and said “I’m very surprised” and “I’m set for life!”
The third “Forever” Prize winner was Tamar Howard! Tamar’s reaction is one for the books, for sure! Tamar even visited our Publishers Clearing House headquarters, and she’s a lot of fun to speak with, as you’d imagine! With two young daughters at home, the “Forever” part of the prize is certainly helpful!
Our fourth “Forever” Prize winner happened to be our youngest lifetime prize winner ever! Ryan Hart was at home with his father when the Prize Patrol showed up, and it’s clear that he could hardly believe what was happening to him!
Now here’s some exciting news: on February 24th, we’ll be awarding the “Forever” Prize one more time! That’s right, we’ll be selecting a FIFTH “Forever” Prize winner … but it’s important to remember that the winner hasn’t been chosen yet! There’s still time to get your entry in, so don’t delay! We’ll definitely be talking about the winner on our PCH Blog for months to come … will it be you?
P.S. Want to learn more about how the “Forever” Prize winner chooses their beneficiary? Read this article we wrote when Tamar Howard selected one of her daughters!