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June 11, 2000

CLEARFIELD, Utah -- Lifetime Products, Inc., leader in polyethylene furniture, has taken the same breakthrough technology used in creating a better folding table and applied it to the design of a new folding chair, providing consumers with greater strength, durability and comfort.

Blow-molded of high-density polyethylene, Lifetime's folding chair offers sculpted comfort with a rounded seat and higher back. The chair's frame is composed of powder-coated oval tubing for increased strength. These innovations are greatly needed modernizations of the conventional metal folding chair with padding.

"Traditional chairs are actually flat, with padding that is too thin to make a real difference in comfort," says Eric Szymanski, associate manager of Market Research. "The Lifetime folding chair has a curved back and seat. The contours are designed in a way that no padding is needed."

The chair features industrial-strength leg caps with grip-tight ribbing. The leg caps insert directly into the oval tubing, rather than over the end. This innovation prevents the cap from falling off, a common occurrence in typical folding chairs.

Lifetime's folding chair exceeds rigorous BIFMA standards for safety, durability and structural adequacy, and is backed by a ten-year manufacturer's warranty. It will be available in the first quarter of 2001, and made in the USA.