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HGTV 'Piece of the Dream' winners list: Still not available to the public

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For those who are eager to learn who won rounds one, two and three of the HGTV "Piece of the Dream" there is a problem. The home and garden company promised on their website that you could "check back at the end of January for a winner's list," but as of Feb. 5 that list was still unavailable based upon a review of their website.

Voting for the kitchen and entertaining products featured in the company's dream home ended on Jan. 16, as did the chance to enter to win those items from Round 3 of the contest. And fans of the popular company are eager to learn if they were one of the winners or not.

HGTV's Dream Home sweepstakes will stop accepting entries after Valentine's Day, so the excitement about who will win items from within the home will only grow greater between now and then, so hopefully the winners from all three rounds--soft goods, furnishings and accessories, and kitchen and entertaining--will be made known soon.

The winner of round three will be receiving the Simply Organic Cookbook, a pitted glass bowl, a 10-piece cookware set, enamelware dishware, a barbeque set with grill gloves, and a home theater system. So you can see why everyone wants to know who won it.

If you are looking for a sweepstakes to enter today that could result in a $1,000 or $15,000 cash prize this week you can turn to Publishers Clearing House, otherwise known as PCH. Simply follow the instructions at their PCH.com website for more details about their current Cash Extravaganza opportunity. You can also enter to win even larger cash prizes, and it doesn't cost anything at all to enter. And PCH is posting their winners list on their website on a daily basis for their Cash Extravaganza opportunity. So there is no waiting to find out who won the money.

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