Celebrate Our Latest SuperPrize Winner with PCHSearch&Win!


Hello, Searchers! Have you heard?

On Tuesday, November 26, Publishers Clearing House awarded its latest $1 Million SuperPrize to Connie Kiesser, of Mountain Home, Idaho.

Connie and her family were in shock as Dave Sayer of the PCH Prize Patrol presented her with her Big Check, balloons and flowers.


Oh, I think that’s the best thing that’s ever happened to us,” she said with a laugh.

Connie’s win couldn’t have come at a better time. She was forced to quit work after suffering a heart attack several years ago … and her husband and son are out of work, as well. As a matter of fact, when the Prize Patrol knocked on the door, both men were filling out job applications.

As PCH Prize Patrol Elite member Danielle Lam wrote on her Facebook page, “Connie needed this money desperately since her whole family has been unemployed and they’re having trouble making ends meet. She said she will use the prize money to pay off her debts, doctor bills, and help friends who are in tough financial shape too.”

Watch the exciting winning moment for yourself!

And be sure to check out the local news coverage, too!

We can definitely dispute Connie’s husband’s quote, “Nobody in Idaho wins” with a hearty YES, THEY DO!

And to celebrate Connie’s BIG win and the great state of Idaho, go to PCHSearch&Win now! With the first search of the day, after logging in, you’ll be entered to win the next life-changing SuperPrize!

Because Idaho is world famous for its potatoes, why not go to PCHSearch&Win to find some delicious mashed potato recipes? Or maybe search for ways to make yummy homemade potato chips to give to your friends for the holidays. What a cool gift that would be!

When I went onto PCHSearch&Win, I found 10 fascinating facts about Idaho:

• Idaho is an invented name whose meaning is unknown.

• The State Fish of Idaho is the Cutthroat Trout. It’s called a Cutthroat Trout because it has a reddish streak on each side of its throat.

• Idaho has more river miles than any other state (3,100 miles)

• Hell’s Canyon is the deepest river gorge in America, deeper than the Grand Canyon!

• Birds of Prey Wildlife Area is home to the world’s most dense population of nesting eagles, hawks, and falcons.

• The Lewiston area, at only 734 ft. elevation, is known as Idaho’s Banana Belt. Of course, Idaho doesn’t grow bananas. “Banana Belt” is a nickname because that’s the warmest part of the state.

• Rigby, inventor Philo T. Farnsworth’s hometown, is known as the birthplace of television.

• Sun Valley was created in 1936 as America’s first destination ski resort.

• Idaho produces 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones. Some of these stones can be found nowhere else in the world, which is why Idaho is known as The Gem State.

• There is a 1991 film called “My Own Private Idaho” starring River Phoenix. The film’s title is derived from the song “Private Idaho” by the B-52’s that the film’s director heard while visiting Idaho in the early 1980s.

What interesting things can YOU discover about Idaho on PCHSearch&Win? Comment below.

And, our sincerest congratulations to Connie Kiesser, our latest SuperPrize winner!

Happy Searching,

Debbie K.

PCH Creative

25 thoughts on “Celebrate Our Latest SuperPrize Winner with PCHSearch&Win!”

  1. I want to 2 in please

    1. I want to win forever

  2. says:

    be a big winner. gwy no.4900

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