Second-Chance Drawings Make More Winners
Thank God for second chances! I can guarantee you that’s a sentiment shared by many, many PCH big winners – each of whom secured their millionaire-making prize because Publishers Clearing House insists on doing a second-chance drawing to ensure that most SuperPrizes find a home. In those cases when a matching winning number isn’t claimed for a giveaway, PCH selects a different winning number at random and awards $1,000,000 or more!
Second chances can – literally – make all the difference in the world! Seriously, look at how many situations in your life turned out better because you were given a “do-over.”
One of my favorite stories about making the most of a second chance recalls the oft-told anecdote surrounding Fred Astaire’s screen test with MGM. As the story goes, the testing director noted that Astaire “Can’t act. Can’t sing. Slightly bald. Can dance a little.” Undaunted, Astaire was determined to succeed. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Astaire the fifth greatest male star of Classic Hollywood cinema.
If that isn’t enough inspiration for you to enter every day, then consider the story of George Snyder. Just a few weeks ago (Oct. 25), George did not win the $5,000 A Week for Life prize. No one else did either, so PCH conducted a second-chance drawing. The result? George became the latest PCH millionaire! Still not convinced? How about Boris Clinton or Robb Gonzales, both PCH second-chance winners who knew that when it comes to winning, you have to be in it to win it!
Think about it this way – every time you enter and claim a SuperPrize number, you’re not only making yourself eligible to win the featured SuperPrize, but you’re also getting in to win any second-chance prize that may become available.
Why wait? There’s a new SuperPrize up for grabs that will be awarded before the year is out. And this incredible prize of $2,500.00 A Week for Life is GUARANTEED to be awarded – no second chance base prize. Enter now!!!