Lifetime from the View of a First Grader

Lifetime from the View of a First Grader

Lifetime from the View of a First Grader

contest.jpgRecently, Lifetime participated in a program with a Northern Utah paper, the Davis County Clipper. The Clipper told us about a special program where children create advertisments for local businesses in order to win a contest. Because children are a big part of our business, the Lifetime Store locations just had to get involved! 

Ask any of our store associates about kids, and they can easily tell you all the kids they have met as their families shop for playgrounds, teeter-totters, basketball hoops, and more. Everyone knows that the best place to get a playground in Utah is the Lifetime Store. 

I helped to gather the entries for this contest, it was so fun to see all the entries from kids in our own community. Congrats on all the entrants! They were all so amazing - it gave our judges a tough time picking just three... but after much deliberation, they finally did!

The image in this post shows the winning entries from Stewart Elementary School: Samantha, age 6; Mariah, age 7; and Gracelyn, age 6.  The winners also had their artwork printed in the paper!  The Lifetime Store thanks all who participated, and the Davis County Clipper for hosting this fun program.

Katie

Katie

Katie_Salter0014_blog - Copy.jpgName: Katie

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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