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Lifetime Products and TLC’S Leslie Segrete Search for America's Messiest Garage

September 20, 2006

CLEARFIELD, UT – “Just put it in the garage for now,” may seem like a solution to cleaning and organizing the home.  But does it make sense to have an immaculate home attached to a garage in shambles?  This fall, Lifetime Products will give one homeowner a wake-up call from his or her garage organization nightmare through its search for “America’s Messiest Garage.”

People who are ready to make the commitment to finally clean and organize the garage, but prefer to do so with a little help from an expert have until October 13 to enter the search at lifetime.com.  The garage deemed to be most in need of an overhaul will be visited in November by Leslie Segrete, star of TLC’s While you Were Out and Trading Spaces.  In addition to getting the space back into tiptop condition, Segrete and her team will also leave behind a Lifetime shed and other tools that will prepare the homeowner for continued garage organization. Two runners-up will each receive a new Lifetime shed or a comparable dollar amount to spend at buylifetime.com.

For a set of garage organization tips from Segrete, official contest rules, or for more information on how to enter, visit www.lifetime.com.

For more information, please contact Lifetime Public Relations at pr@Lifetime.com.

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About Lifetime Products: Established in 1986, Lifetime Products, Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Clearfield, Utah. Lifetime Products is the world's largest manufacturer of blow-molded polyethylene folding tables and chairs, and residential basketball hoops. With products sold in 58 countries, Lifetime has been manufacturing in Utah for more than 25 years and employs 1,250 people in its Clearfield facility, and more than 2,075 people worldwide. For more information about Lifetime Products, Inc. and its products, visit www.Lifetime.com.