Happy 10th Anniversary, PCH Blog!

Happy 10th Anniversary, PCH Blog!

It’s 2009. Barack Obama is sworn in as U.S. President … Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger makes his “miracle landing” on New York’s Hudson River … and PCH sends its very first Blog out to you, our beloved online audience!

Back in the day, there were just a few people on the PCH Blog team. Our own Debbie H. and Prize Patrol veteran Dave Sayer wrote blog after blog about 2009 PCH Millionaires like Stephanie Gornichec of Caldwell, ID who won $1,000,000.00 … and South Orange NJ’s Doris Gray, who won $5,000.00 A Week For Life.

Our Blog’s first 10 years have been awesome … with YOU providing inspiration all the way!

You know where our PCH Blog team gets its ideas? From loyal friends like you! Every Monday morning, we sit down in Conference Room NE219 and read the comments you’ve posted on the past week’s PCH Blogs. Your comments inspire us with blog topics that interest YOU, like how you’d spend one of our big SuperPrizes — like our imminent PCH $2,500.00 A Week For Life award — or whom you’d help if you won.

We’re always looking for ways to inspire you to go for all of our incredible FREE Publishers Clearing House opportunities. We love introducing you to online games and contests and introducing you to real-live recent PCH Winners, like George Snyder of Davison, MI and Jason Baron of Marseilles, IL.

Let’s toast to the NEXT 10 years of enjoying the PCH Blog together!

After writing you our online “love letters” for 10 years and watching millions and MILLIONS in prizes awarded to THOUSANDS of real-live wonderful people, I think we’re finally getting the hang of this Blog thing. So bring it on, dear friends: keep inspiring us with your hopes and dreams, by posting your comments at the bottom of every PCH Blog.

We’ll keep on “blogging,” doing our best to get you to take advantage of every prize opportunity we have to offer — including the big PCH $2,500.00 A Week For Life we guarantee to award in weeks.

Cheers!

Marybeth
PCH Creative

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