We know that Lifetime tables and chairs get used for A LOT of different reasons.  And, one of the most popular uses for our tables is for a craft table.  It's easy to see why. They are stain resistant and easy to clean -  so no need to worry about spilled paint, dripping hot glue guns, or bleeding stamps.  They are lightweight and a easy to transport to craft/scrapbooking parties.  Plus, they also come in a variety of sizes and even adjustable height styles to fit any craft space. If you follow our blog regularly, you know we LOVE giveaways! So, in honor of National Scrapbooking Day which is this Saturday, May 5, we've teamed up with the Creating Keepsakes magazine blog team to celebrate one of the most popular uses of our tables and give scrapbookers the ultimate National Scrapbo... More

This giveaway has ended. The countdown to summer vacation has begun.  For kids, that means weeks of carefree fun is just around the corner.  But for parents, it means panic is setting in wondering how to keep them entertained for three months! Our suggestion?  Enter to win the Lifetime Geo Dome Climber giveaway and the Lifetime Swing Set giveaway and you'll have a yard full of fun to last all summer long. That's right, this month we are giving away a Lifetime Geo Dome Climber with real rock climbing grips to one lucky random winner!  This is a product our fans have been begging us to giveaway and for good reason - kids LOVE it!  This is sure to give your little explorers hours of exercise, fun, and adventure.   Just be forewarned, you may end up with a lot of extra neighbor kids in your ya... More

This past Sunday afternoon I was able to skip out of church a little early to do a radio interview with our friends at 96.5 FM in Florida. Ken and Jared, father and son, do a weekly home improvement show called "In the House" where they invite “experts” in various categories to come talk about products to improve your home. As part of this interview, they are giving away a Lifetime 7'x7' Storage Shed model 60042. This was the third show of this type that I have done since I’ve been here at Lifetime. I keep a tally of the number of times I say “um” or “like” or some other filler word. This time I only counted six which was a big improvement. I have to admit it is fun talking about something I am so passionate about. I am very content working out in the garden, and with the great weath... More

Earth Day is the time to reflect on that popular mantra: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Lifetime composters are an ideal way to put this popular mantra into practice. So just in time for your Earth Day celebration, we are offering $20 off the regular price of any Lifetime Composter in the Lifetime Online Store. With a Lifetime Composter, you can reduce your yard clippings and vegetable waste from kitchen scraps by recycling those ingredients into a rich, nutritious fertilizer that you can reuse in your gardens. Making your own compost is the perfect way to cut back on landfill waste while directly giving back to the environment. Responsible stewardship of our environment is what Earth Day is all about. This international holiday was started back on April 22, 1970, and concerned citizens around the... More

It's about that time. Time to start planning your garden and planting in your Lifetime Raised Garden Beds. Here in Utah the weather has been unseasonably warm. I am still being careful, however, and not planting too early... a surprise snow storm in June is not that unheard of here. Have you heard about the new Plant Hardiness map from the FDA? The 2012 Plant Hardiness Zone Map has a few surprises for our nation’s gardeners. Due to the warming trend in our climate lately, northerners may be able to successfully grow plants they weren't able to grow before. So exactly what is the Plant Hardiness Zone Map?  If you’ve ever bought a packet of seeds, you’ve seen it. It's the little multi-colored map on the back of your vegetable or flower packet. Different colored zones on that map inform you of what num... More

As I promised in previous posts, it’s time to unleash a brand-spanking-new sit-on-top kayak!  This season we’ve introduced our Lifetime Tamarack 120 and the Lifetime Tamarack 120 Angler and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! The Lifetime Tamarack 120 comes in a beautiful vibrant red with tons of added features like shock cords, carry handles, storage deck and a sealed hatch!  This kayak also features our new folding seat back!  It folds up when you’re using it to give your back the support it needs and then, at the end of the day, it completely folds down for transport.  What more could you ask for? But wait, there’s more! We’ve specially designed this kayak to be fast, track well and be extremely stable, so no matter where your paddle adventure leads... More

Here's the deal.  We're always telling you how tough our products are.  Sometimes we use fancy industry lingo like "double-wall high density polyethylene panels"  or  "exceeds BIFMA standards".  I'll be the first to admit, that can get more than a little boring -- even for me.  It's much more interesting and believable to hear real customer experiences.   Know what?  We get tired of doing all the talking so we love hearing your stories about our products.  In fact, even we've been amazed with some of the recent "tough" stories our customers have shared with us.Just this week, Michelle and Wayne T. of Granby, MA shared some fantastic photos of their Lifetime 65-Gallon Composter that survived a bear attack!  Yes, I said BEAR.  Yikes!  "My wife and I recently pur... More

This Spring, turn the kids loose on the new Lifetime Double Slide playset. Order now from our online store and we'll give you $400 off the regular price! For our new playset model this season, we have combined two of our systems into one super-sized deluxe system. This playset has enough activities to keep a whole yard full of kids happily entertained in the spring sunshine for hours. Like all Lifetime playsets, our new system is constructed with a heavy-duty steel frame. No warping, splitting, or splintering like wooden playsets. The entire system is made of weather-protected materials to resist rusting and discoloration so it will look as good as new throughout many years of backyard fun. For this awesome deluxe playset, our engineers have made improvements on all of the old favorite activities, m... More

 
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Mr. Moneybags Steps Up to the (Lifetime) Table
Who doesnt love a good game of MONOPOLY? At the 2009 MONOPOLY U.S. National Championship, held on April 14 and 15 in Washington, DC, the focus was on the game and the pressure was on for the 28 finalists. Up for grabs was $20,580, which is equivalent to the bank in a standard game of Monopoly. To ensure that no wobbly tables stood in the way of their peak performance, Lifetime provided the tournament with twelve 37-inch square fold-in-half card tables. (Check out the picture to see them all set up and ready for competitive play). These tables turned out to be perfect for the intense game. Their fold-in-half frames lock automatically, so they could stand up to the players table slaps of excitement and fist pounds of frustration. They also come with a convenient carrying handle, making tournament setup and cleanup a snap (lite...
Three Dreaded Words... Back To School
I picked up my sons registration packet for kindergarten yesterday. (Still cant believe my baby is going to kindergarten. Sniff, sniff. But, thats a story for another day!) Geez, how many forms can they make us fill out? So overwhelming and seemingly redundant in many ways. Amongst the huge stack of papers, guidelines, and forms was the obligatory school supply list. Wow, so much for just needing to buy a backpack, pencils, and notebook anymore, huh? The kindergarten supply list has nearly 20 items on it! Crazy! Personally, I was one of those nerdy kids that always got fired up about back to school time because, being the organizer that I am, I couldnt wait to pick out all of my new school supplies, especially my new Trapper Keeper! Ironically though, my husband came home from the store just the other day and said he saw the...
Pumpkin Basketball and Gourd Bowling
This past weekend we headed to a local pumpkin patch for our squadrons annual Fall Festival. It was an easy and fun way to celebrate autumn and Halloween without having to attend yet another costume party! Its tough to say what my kids favorite activity was because there were so many cute things to do. As soon as we got there, my daughter was immediately drawn to the Corn Box...a metal bin filled with corn instead of sand and loaded with buckets, shovels, and trucks. However, the Corn Box soon took a back seat as soon as she heard the sputtering sound of tractors and noticed there were hayrides and little cart rides. My son enjoyed winding through the hay maze and pumping the old-fashioned water pumps for the plastic duck races. And, naturally, they both took advantage of the free face painting. (Personally, I passed on the...