“No, no, no!” exclaimed Judy Tschantz at the front door of her home near Ann Arbor, Michigan. There stood the PCH Prize Patrol — with roses, balloons and a Big Check with her name on it! Yes, yes, yes! “This is your lucky day” we assured her as we declared Judy the newest winner of yet another PCH SuperPrize worth $1,000,000.00!
This was December 21st, and it was as if Santa Claus had just arrived four days early – with a humongous Christmas present!
“I can’t believe it” Judy said as her husband Mike looked on and shook his head as if to say “Is this really happening?”
Millions of Americans see our dramatic TV commercials and enter our fabulous sweepstakes trusting that the “winning moment” is real but never quite believing that the Prize Patrol will come knocking. That’s how Judy felt and was almost speechless – as this Detroit TV news story shows.
Judy and Mike are active retirees who love animals, particularly their Corgi named Buckeye (an Ohio native) who took in all the excitement with a wagging tail. In a follow-up phone call Judy said that friends and relatives were amazed that such things “really happened.” Some prize money will be shared with family — and then? Maybe some house repairs or a trip to Europe or ??
Congratulations, Judy, and welcome to our huge and ever-growing family of winners! And to the rest of you, listen to Judy: “You think you’re never going to win? Just keep entering! [Winning] happened to me!”
Enter the PCH Sweepstakes every chance you get — you could become a winner too!
Dave Sayer PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador
Wishing and hoping and entering all I can.
Just a reminder never give personal information. Lots of scams out there and some of us old people are gullible. I never have paid or with pay or give information out. So be safe everyone read Publishers Clearing House rules and you will find all the information you need there. Good luck everyone God bless