Helping Our Employees Stay Healthy

Helping Our Employees Stay Healthy

Helping Our Employees Stay Healthy

HealthFair-1011-0033.JPGOn October 6th and 7th, Lifetime Products hosted its 7th annual company Health Fair. What is a company health fair you ask? Lifetime's company health fair is held once a year and brings in a variety of local companies and vendors to the Freeport Center in Clearfield, Utah to give Lifetime employees the opportunity to explore various health-related topics, ask questions about company benefits and receive health screenings.

This year the theme was “Step into a Healthier You”. The purpose of the theme was to help employees be more health concise and to strive to become ones best self.

With over 40 vendors, some of which include gyms, the local fire department, health spas, first aid stations, banks, cell phone companies, etc.--the knowledge was vast! Employees were able to walk around to the different booths and ask questions to learn more about staying healthy. Blood pressure, glucose, body fat and other screenings were administered so employees can be health concise.

Once again it was another successful Health Fair. The goal, as always, is to make it interesting, educational and get a wide variety of people and companies involved and that's just what we did!HealthFair-1011-0002.JPG

Tonnie

Tonnie

Name: Tonnie

Position at Lifetime Products: PR/Communications Coordinator—it consists of planning fun events, talking and meeting with great people, brainstorming and executing creative ideas, etc. etc. How can I not love this job?!

How long at Lifetime Products: Since January 2010

My favorite Lifetime Products: Daylite Kayak, Ace Flyer Teeter Totter, Contoured Stacking Chair, Double Shot, Composter, 30” Personal Table, last but certainly not least the Wiggle Car

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