Publishers Clearing House New SuperPrize Winner Announced

Karen Anderson of Bella Vista Arkansas answered her door in shock and amazement
By: Larkin/Volpatt communications
Feb. 28, 2011 - PRLog -- Port Washington, NY and Bella Vista, AR – February 28, 2011 – Publishers Clearing House (PCH) today announced the latest SuperPrize winner in their famous sweepstakes.  Karen Anderson of Bella Vista, AR unsuspectingly answered her door today to find members of the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol donning a $1 million "big check" along with flowers and champagne.  To her shock and amazement she soon realized that she was the latest SuperPrize winner.  "You have no idea how this is going to help!" she gasped with hands shaking and a mile-wide smile.

“Nothing beats the feeling of knocking on someone’s door and surprising them with $1 million dollars that will no doubt positively change their life,” said Todd Sloane senior vice president of creative and leading member of the PCH Prize Patrol. “Mrs. Anderson, who is in search of a new job, cares for her husband and is the matriarch of five children and 22 grandchildren, can breathe a little easier now that she has this life changing windfall.”

Mrs. Anderson has been a diligent Publishers Clearing House fan for a long time.  She has entered the sweepstakes since 1997 and now likely knows that persistence pays off.  She entered the latest SuperPrize sweepstakes through a mailing that she received.  However, interested entrants can also register at one of the online PCH properties that include,,,,, and  Each and every day site visitors log on for chances to play games, search online, take surveys for cash and enter to win everything from cash and additional entries into sweepstakes to gift cards from popular online retailers.

Video of the new SuperPrize winner announcement and other PCH winning moments can be viewed at .

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About Publishers Clearing House
Headquartered in Port Washington, NY, Publishers Clearing House (PCH) is nationally famous for the sweepstakes it has used since 1967 to draw attention to its direct mail and online offers of merchandise and magazine subscriptions. The company’s TV advertising features the iconic Prize Patrol van that annually delivers prizes worth thousands and millions of dollars to scores of shocked winners across the U. S. In recent years the company has built on its sweepstakes heritage to establish numerous online properties that offer new entertaining games, “search (engine) and win” opportunities, and Prize Patrol content of interest to millions of winner hopefuls. With approximately 400 full-time employees, over 40% of the company’s profits go to trusts for the benefit of charities.

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