Outdoor Retailer's Show

Outdoor Retailer's Show

Outdoor Retailer's Show

5386150326_df63c1da9b.jpgLast week, Lifetime spent more than three days participating in the Outdoor Retailer’s Summer Market Show held at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah. From small shops and regional chains, to the largest national and international retailers, Outdoor Retailer attracts thousands of buyers and decision makers that are looking for outdoor specific products, services, brands, fresh idea, and outdoor innovation.

With our recent developments in the water sports industry, Lifetime was well represented at the show and was able to show off some new products and designs. We are excited to continue innovating and moving forward in kayak and paddleboard development.

While attending the show, I couldn’t help thinking about how great it is to be a company headquartered in Utah. Thousands of businesses from all over the world came to this show that was held right in our own backyard. Utah has a great reputation for outdoor adventures, and it is great being part of a local company that makes products that allow you to enjoy all sorts of great outdoor activities.

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Jason

Jason

Name- Jason

Position at Lifetime Products- Product Marketing Manager for the Sporting Goods category.
 
My favorite products from Lifetime- Our current family favorite is the Big Stuff Hard Roof Play set.  The boys and their cousins LOVE it!  Since our home has the tendency to become a gathering place, we get the most use out of our large array of Lifetime Folding Tables.  We have our eye on the Ace Flyer for Christmas.  I have grand plans for The 60” Lifetime Mammoth Basketball System, I just need to first do a little backyard excavation for the play area. 

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