Win a Lifetime Composter!

Win a Composter

Win a Composter

This contest has ended.  Autumn is finally here… a great time for composting all of those falling leaves that are piling up in your yard.   What?  You don't have a composter? Well, you just happen to be in luck because this month we're giving away a Lifetime  Composter to one lucky random winner! 

The Lifetime Composter is an 80-gallon tumbler-style composter constructed of black, double-walled, high-density polyethylene panels to absorb and retain the heat that decomposes the mixture inside.  An internal mixing bar allows the flow of oxygen that is necessary to break down the mixture into rich, organic fertilizer. The Lifetime Composter easily turns on its axis for balanced rotation—saving you the effort of turning a compost heap with a pitchfork. You'll also appreciate the extra large lid and the powder-coated steel frame that makes the Lifetime Composter sit tall enough to park most wheelbarrows underneath for easy unloading of your compost.  

So, how can you win a Lifetime Composter?  Easy…

How to enter:

  1. Send an e-mail to with the subject line "October contest".
  2. In the email, tell us if you've owned a composter before. If you have, what did you like or dislike about it?
  3. Include your full name.

Bonus Entries:

  1. "Like"  Lifetime Products on Facebook.  Once you "Like" us (or if you already do), send an email to with your full name telling us you "Like" Lifetime Products and you'll receive one bonus entry.
  2. Follow us on Twitter @Lifetime and retweet to your friends "Did you know @Lifetime is giving away a Lifetime Composter? " to receive one bonus entry.

The contest begins Monday, October 18 and will end Saturday, October 23 at 12:00 Midnight MST.  We'll announce one random winner on Monday, October 25.  (Each person may only enter once via email, once via Twitter, and once via Facebook.  Click here for complete contest rules.)

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Name- Jan

What I do for a living- First and foremost, I'm a doting mommy of a second grader and a 4-year-old, and a proud wife of a USAF F-16 fighter pilot!  In my pre-children life, I was the Communications Manager for Lifetime Products.  But, once you're a Lifetime fan, you're hooked!  So, after a few years of hiatus, I'm now a WAHM and am happily back on board at Lifetime as a freelance PR Consultant.  In addition to blogging for Lifetime, you can follow and chat with me on Lifetime's Twitter account @Lifetime365 and on the Lifetime Products Facebook page!

Topics I blog about- How I use Lifetime products in my everyday life at home, for kids parties and community activities, as well as inspiring stories... and GIVEAWAYS!  :)

My favorite products from Lifetime- 4x2 Table, 30” Personal Table, Chair, Youth Kayak, and Wheelbarrow.  Although, our Shed and Yard Cart are pretty close favorites, too!

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Norrine Gardiner

10/18/2010 2:45:55 PM

Love your products, and your contests. Also, big thanks and congratulations for your marvelous service at Steed Park!!



10/18/2010 3:42:46 PM

Thanks, Norrine!  We truly appreciate your consistent support and participation.  And, yes, we think our employees did an awesome job beautifying Steed Park, too. We hope all of the local residents will enjoy it!


Lisa Stonesifer

10/19/2010 12:20:11 AM

This will be a great tool! Just think, no more using a pitchfork & rakes & doing it by hand. Awesome!


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