Jul 172013
 

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting sponsored by Publishers Clearing House. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

Special thanks to Publishers Clearing House for sponsoring today’s discussion. 

When I was a little girl, I absolutely loved helping my Dad enter to win prizes from Publishers Clearing House.  Whenever that entry form arrived in the mail, I lit up like a Christmas tree!  I imagined all the great things we could buy with our winnings, and even though we never did win, I will always have the memories of those special moments with my Dad.  

Things have changed since those days, and you can now enter to win prizes from Publishers Clearing House online!  Publishers Clearing House, a trusted name in big prize sweepstakes, has recently announced their latest contest, and I have to say, it’s pretty darn awesome!  

Publishers Clearing House’s “Win $5,000 a Week Forever” will award one lucky winner $5,000 a week for the rest of their life!  If you think that’s great, read on for even better news.  The best part of this sweepstakes, is that the winner will be able to name an inheritor of their Forever prize to receive $5,000 a week for their lifetime too!  How great is that?!  

Sign up for your chance to win here http://bit.ly/179tj5p.  This is such an amazing opportunity to not only change your own life but the life of a loved one as well! A winner is guaranteed to be picked this August, and it just might be you!  You can’t win if you don’t enter though!   

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If I won this sweepstakes, I would buy a new car, a beautiful house in the woods, and a camp on a lake.  I would name my daughter, Kayleigh, as the inheritor of my winnings!

What would you buy if you won, and who would you name as the inheritor of your prize?

 

 

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