Pennsylvania Resident a $1,000,000 Surprise Winner in Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.Entertainment Editors
PORT JEFFERSON Port Jefferson is the name of some places in the United States of America:
A woman in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania (pĕnsəlvā`nyə), one of the Middle Atlantic states of the United States. It is bordered by New Jersey, across the Delaware River (E), Delaware (SE), Maryland (S), West Virginia (SW), Ohio (W), and Lake Erie and New York received the surprise of a lifetime today after opening her door to America's most welcome drop-in guests.
Ms. Trudi Hausmann of the Pennsylvania Pocono Mountains Pocono Mountains (pō`kənō), range of the Appalachian system, c.2,000 ft (610 m) high, NE Pa. Forested and having many lakes and streams, the Poconos are a major resort area. received a surprise visit from the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol, who named her the latest winner of the company's famous sweepstakes sweepstakes, contest or race, usually a horse race, on which a lottery is run. Prizes are awarded to the holders of winning tickets. In the case of a horse race, the draw is made from the names of all the horses entered in the race and vast numbers of blanks. . Her
husband, Bill, is a retired Lutheran Pastor, making this the sixth
minister's family who has won a Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.
The Prize Patrol, headed by Dave Sayer, presented Ms. Hausmann with a giant prize certificate for $1,000,000.00 and bouquets of roses and balloons. The surprise notification of the winner is a Publishers
Clearing House tradition.
"The surprises you see in our commercials are 100% authentic. The winners do not know we are coming. We just ring their doorbells and give them the good news while the video camera rolls," Sayer said.
This award brings the total amount of major prizes given away in the
Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes to over $160 million.
For those who didn't have Ms. Hausmann luck this time around, there are always more opportunities to win. The company faithfully awards dozens of major prizes ranging from $10,000 to $10 million all
year long, along with other prizes. Even more chances to win can be
found by visiting www.pch.com, the company's online affiliate. A
multi- multi- word element [L.], many.
1. Many; much; multiple: multiarticular.
2. More than one: multiparous. million dollar prize will be awarded this coming January
following the Super Bowl.
Publishers Clearing House, the world's largest multi-magazine subscription agency, was founded in Port Washington Port Washington, uninc. town (1990 pop. 15,387), Nassau co., SE N.Y., a suburb of New York City, on the north shore of Long Island and Manhasset Bay. There is extensive manufacturing, much of it reflecting the region's past association with the aircraft and aerospace , NY in 1953. Its name has become synonymous with synonymous with
adjective equivalent to, the same as, identical to, similar to, identified with, equal to, tantamount to, interchangeable with, one and the same as the sweepstakes and prizes it has used
since 1967 to draw attention to its "unbeatable" magazine values and
merchandise offerings. For more information, visit www.pch.com.