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Store and Use Gardening Tools in One Location with New Lifetime Garden Tool Caddy

May 15, 2013

CLEARFIELD, UTAH Take the stress of organizing garden tools off the ground and into the Lifetime Garden Tool Caddy from Lifetime Products, a leading manufacturer of blow-molded lawn and garden products. The lightweight, yet durable, Lifetime Garden Tool Caddy makes it convenient to store and use your gardening tools in one location that can easily be moved over bumpy uneven landscapes. With the tilt-forward design of the molded holders, tools can be easily accessed while also protecting you when pushing or pulling the caddy. The Lifetime Garden Caddy holds seven full-sized garden tools, and molded to fit a five-gallon bucket. Constructed of UV-protected high density polyethylene (HDPE), the Garden Caddy has a powder-coated, weather-resistant steel frame and can handle loads of up to 100 poundsgreat for any...

Over 1000 Lifetime Products Employees Refurbish and Beautify Ogden Nature Center

June 3, 2013

Painting Fences

CLEARFIELD, UTAH Over 1,000 employees of local manufacturing company Lifetime Products recently donated more than 3,500 man hours to beautify and refurbish the Ogden Nature Center as part of Lifetimes 8th Annual Community Service Project. Employees worked together Saturday morning tackling a list of projects simultaneously including removing weeds (specifically one invasive weed named Dyers Woad); planting flowers, shrubs, and plants; and painting fences and picnic tables to help beautify and improve the centers grounds and facilities. Each year, Lifetime employees join forces and participate in a large group project to give back to neighboring communities. The project is always conducted off-the-clock and earns employees a credit toward Lifetimes employee benefit program that gives a percentage of the comp...

Lifetimes First Annual Kayak Fishing Tournament a Success

June 24, 2013

Kayak FIshing

CLEARFIELD, UTAH Fishermen from across the state competed for bragging rights and a chance to win one of two angler kayaks (Lifetime Tamarack Angler Kayak and Emotion Stealth Angler Kayak) in Lifetime Products first annual Kayak Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 8 at Strawberry Reservoir. The winner of the tournament was determined by the greatest total length of their longest five fish. Congratulations to Bill See for winning this years tournament! Bill came in with a grand total of 41 inches, Dan Valesky took second place with a total of 34 inches, and Kevin Thompson took third place with a total of 26 inches. Follow our blog and look for information on Lifetimes next Kayak Fishing Tournament at www.fishing-kayaking.com First Place: Bill SeePrize Stealth Angler41 Inches Second Place: Dan ValeskyTamara...

Lifetime Products Joins Designing Spaces on Lifetime TV

September 26, 2013

Designing Spaces

CLEARFIELD, UTAH (September 25, 2013) Lifetime Products will be featured on the popular home improvement show Designing Spaces airing on Lifetime TV in the second episode of the military home makeover series Designing Spaces of Hope Project Homeward Bound. Tune in on Thursday, September 26th at 7:30 am (ET/PT) as the company provides extra outdoor storage space for Purple Heart recipient Jeff Taylor and his family. The 3-part Project Homeward Bound series airing on Lifetime TV September 25 27th at 7:30 am (ET/PT) shows the step-by-step transformation of a dilapidated foreclosed-on house into a completely renovated home for injured soldier Private First Class Jeff Taylor and his family. Taylor, his wife, and three children have lived in a cramped mobile home facing daily struggles since his return from Ira...