How Past “Forever” Prize Winners Have Passed on the Legacy

Greetings, fans and friends!

In just a few weeks, our $5,000 A Week “Forever” Prize is guaranteed to  be awarded. That’s right – if YOU win the “Forever” prize, not only will you receive $5,000.00 a week for life, but after that, a beneficiary of your choosing will continue to receive a lifetime of weekly payments in the same amount! Is that exciting … or what??

As you probably know, we’ve already awarded this incredible prize to some very lucky winners. Let’s look at how some of them passed on their legacies.

Who could forget “Forever” Prize winner Tamar Howard, who screamed and jumped up and down, when the PCH Prize Patrol knocked on the door of her Mississippi home in February 2015. Tamar decided to choose her eldest daughter as a beneficiary to pass on the $5,000 A Week For Life checks.

Ora Gayton received a surprise visit from the Prize Patrol at her Chicago apartment building in February 2017. At the age of 93, Ora had been waiting a real long time to be a PCH winner – she’d been entering the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes since the 1980s! Ora’s daughter Charlene was with Ora during her winning moment, and Ora chose Charlene’s son, Rich, to be the beneficiary of the $5,000 A Week “Forever” Prize. Rich was very surprised to be the recipient of this legacy gift from his grandmother.

On February 23rd another extremely fortunate individual will join the PCH family of “Forever” prize winners. If you won the Publishers Clearing House “Forever” Prize, who would YOU pass this legacy prize onto? Would you make your child the beneficiary, like Tamar did, or would you make a grandchild the beneficiary, like Ora did? Or is there someone else who would benefit from this life-changing prize?

Tell us in the comments section below … how would you pass on your legacy if you become our next “Forever” Prize winner?

Best of luck,

Debbie K.
PCH Creative

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  1. If I Won the 5,000 A Week Forever I Would Make My Son the Beneficiary. He is My Care Taker at Home after He is done work. My Son takes Great Care of Me in the Evening and My Husband Cares for Me During the Day.