Publishers Clearing House Makes $1 Billion A Year
Publishers Clearing House became a household name thanks to its TV commercials featuring regular Americans receiving massive sweepstakes checks for millions of dollars from the company's Prize Patrol.
Founded in 1953, the company blazed a trail in the direct mail business, and after more than 60 years of existence, the company still commands millions of devotees. In fact, the company made $1 billion in revenue last year, thanks to merchandise sales and magazine subscriptions.
Business Insider took a look at the history of Publishers Clearing House and how it remains a billion-dollar company . Watch the video below...