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"I didn't want to tell anyone because I thought they'd make fun of me, said $10 Million Dollar PCH SuperPrize® winner, Mrs. Elizabeth Green about continuously entering the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.
Mrs. Green couldn't have been happier about her decision to participate in the Sweepstakes that made her ten million dollars richer! Green said she planned on sharing the wealth with her two children, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, as well as donating some of her winnings to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
"That's unbelievable! I'll be darned! I can't believe it!" exclaimed Mr. Ervin upon opening his front door to find the PCH Prize Patrol waiting to present him with roses, balloons and its famous "Big Check" for the newly named PCH multi-millionaire!
The father of two daughters said he would spend some of his winnings on taking a trip to Corpus Christi, Texas where he spent time after his military service. Ervin said he was also looking forward to restoring his beloved 1999 Cadillac Eldorado.
"I was in shock. I really didn't understand. My friend was screaming," said the PCH ten million dollar winner upon learning she had become a multi-millionaire. Being unemployed at the time of her win made the moment all the more poignant for Beverly.
She said her plans included paying off bills, helping out friends and family and maybe even opening an animal shelter. "Whenever I got it in the mail, I always sent it in," said Cook of her Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes entry opportunities. "I always had hope.”