Lifetime Products Launches Local Awareness Campaign

Lifetime Products Launches Local Awareness Campaign

Lifetime Products Launches Local Awareness Campaign

Lifetime Products has recently launched a regional advertising and public relations campaign in Utah. This unique campaign features acutal employees and the history of our greatest inventions and innovations. Pride is at the heart of what we are trying to communicate. We are proud of our company, our people, our products, and our community. And we want our community to be proud of us. But to do that, they need to know who we are. And who better to tell our story than the people who come to work here every day!

Eleven out of our 1,200 people were selected to represent the company for this campaign. Six employees will be featured in ads at Backyards Inc., the Official Outlet Store for Lifetime Products, and various places throughout the company. The other five employees are currently featured on Utah billboards, bus ads, and commercials--- watch the first commercial here!

 Ed VanNimwegen of North Ogden – Ed has been with Lifetime for 17 years and is currently the Sporting Goods Engineer.

 Wes Guy of Hooper – Wes has worked with the Lifetime production dept. for 13 years and is currently the Production Support Manager.

 Shanda Miller of Roy – Shanda works in the metals department as a metals supervisor and has been with Lifetime for 7 years.

 Neil Watson of Layton – Neil has worked with Lifetime for 12 years, and is now the R&D Manager for the lawn and garden category.

 Maly Phongsavath of Layton – Maly has been with Lifetime for 23 years and currently works in packaging. 

Commercials will be aired on local television, in Megaplex theatres, and on our website: go.lifetime.com/recentads. Here you can get an inside look at Lifetime and “find out how” over the past 24 years we have invented and continue to make innovative products in Utah.

Katie

Katie

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Position at Lifetime Products: Former PR/Communications Manager - but ALWAYS a fan of Lifetime products!  (Katie's blog posts were written while she was Communications Manager at Lifetime.)

My favorite Lifetime Products: 4ft x 2ft fold-in-half table, 30" Personal Table, Camping table, 6' fold-in half tableRound Picnic Table, Fold-up Utility Trailer.

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