PCH Sweepstakes Giveaways Just Keep Rollin’ Along

On the way to surprise PCH Sweepstakes giveaway winner Joe Beane I looked down, and there below me flowed the mighty Mississippi River. Just as the song says: “It just keeps rollin’ along.”

As I flew westward back in August 2010 on the way to Las Vegas to surprise PCH Sweepstakes giveaway winner Joe Beane with the shock of a lifetime – a $1 Million SuperPrize – I looked down, and there below me flowed the mighty Mississippi River. You can see it winding back and forth — from directly below your window to the hazy horizon. It’s just as the song “Ol’ Man River” says: “It just keeps rollin’ along.”

Kind of like the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes. It’s been rollin’ along since 1967 – when our sweepstakes giveaways got started with prizes that were worth only a few dollars! Since then we’ve awarded thousands of prizes worth over $224 million – in major prizes alone. No wonder Publishers Clearing House is “the house where dreams come true” – as a recent commercial of ours sang.

Besides today’s huge cash prizes, there’s always something new at Publishers Clearing House’s growing network of websites. You can play free online games at PCHGames.com, play free online scratch cards at PCHLotto.com, conduct an online search at PCHSearch&Win, see exciting PCH winning moments at PCHTV.com, find great deals on magazine subscriptions and merchandise at pch.com, and get a chance to win prizes instantly just for browsing at our new PCH Shop and Win.

I don’t know whether you live east or west of the Missisippi; but wherever you are our PCH Prize Patrol would be thrilled to knock on your door – with roses, balloons, champagne, cameras and The Big Check and announce “You are a winner in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes!”

Wouldn’t that be music to your ears?

If your answer is YES, just remember: You have to be in it to win it! So go to pch.com and enter the PCH Sweepstakes giveaways at once. And return to pch.com tomorrow, the next day and every day to enter some more. In other words, “Just keep rollin’!” The more entries we receive with your name the better your chances of winning.

Good luck!

Dave Sayer

Executive Director


P.S. If you’re interested in reading about this week’s $1 Million Prize delivery to Julie Laughlin of Grand Ledge, Michigan, make sure to check www.pchtv.com and visit the PCHblog tomorrow for a full recap of the delivery.

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  1. I’ve made these many times, never thought to turn them usidpe down to bake them! The thing I did that worked was put the cones upright in a foil cupcake pan and crimp the foil around the cones to stablize them then put the foil pans into the regular cupcake bans to get it in/out of the oven. Next time, I’m doing it your way! 🙂

  2. Wayne, I sort of agree as it relates to QR codes on brand llelbas. But we’re working on an interesting project with Wine Australia connecting the dots among a promotion selling wine at a summer concert series, having QR codes on the promotional materials that links toa microsite showing retailers in the area that stock the wines that were sold at the venue. We’re still running the program so can’t point to any results yet. To me the QR code is only as good as the value of the site it points to. If it’s just a brand site, fuggeddaboutit. If it points to something that’s directly and specifically relevant to the person who’s motivated to click on it, then it can be valuable. Definitely still a work in progress. And yes, I’ve used Google Goggles. Sure it works. But it doesn’t address the point I just made I can get to brand info by doing a regular or voice search on my mobile, so it’s cool, but not really valuable.

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