25 Winners for 25 Years!

25 Winners for 25 Years!

25 Winners for 25 Years!

71522-[1].jpgIt's a new year!  The end of 2011 wraps up the end of our 25th corporate anniversary year.  And, it also means we've concluded our 25 Hoops for 25 Years Giveaway.  We announced our final winner today!  (Yes, a little late, but per the rules of our giveaway, winners had 14 days to claim their prize. One winner at the end of December didn't claimed her prize so we had to draw one more winner!)

We hope all of you enjoyed the ongoing giveaway as much as we did.  We are proud to have invented the first quick to adjust basketball hoop that tranformed the game of basketball by bringing the game home to driveaways across America - and now across the world!  The giveaway was our way of thanking all of you for helping make our past 25 years such an amazing adventure.

Congratulations to all of our winners listed below!  Even if you weren't a winner in our 25 Hoops for 25 Years Giveaway, you still have plenty of chances to win free Lifetime products in our monthly product giveaways.  Simply like us on Facebook or keep reading this blog regularly to find out when the next giveaway will begin.  (I'll give you a hint - it will be REALLY soon!)

  1.  May 2 - Joseph Maldonado, Philidelphia, PA
  2.  May 13 - Deborah Long, Needham, MA 
  3.  June 3 - Jeffrey Gibbs,  Bridgeville, DE
  4.  June 17 - Ken Mac Pherson, Bay Head NJ 
  5.  June 27 - Melissa Henderson, Blacksburg, VA  
  6.  July 5 - Brian Isakson, Clinton, UT    
  7.  July 22 - John Aird, Las Vegas, NV
  8.  August 16 - Titus Jones, Virginia Beach, VA
  9.  August 16 - Allen Smith, Chicago, IL
  10.  August 30 - David Johnson, West Valley City, UT
  11.  September 6 - David Schnell, Grand Island, NY
  12.  October 10 - Melissa Wheeler, Niceville, FL
  13.  October 19 - Tracy Mitchell, Alpha, MN
  14.  November 2 - Phil Mahoney, Bedford, NH
  15.  November 3 - Kara Kortenkamp, Winthrop, IA
  16.  November 14 - Roy Wilzbach, Cheyenne, WY
  17.  November 30 - Steve Reeder, Phoenix, AZ
  18.  December 1 - Marie Hansen, Arimo, ID
  19.  December 7 - Lonnie Anderson, Roosevelt, UT
  20.  December 13 - Sue Ellison, Centerville, TX
  21.  December 20 - John Brunko - Garland, TX
  22.  December 20 - Lydya Hulst - Dorr, MI
  23.  December 31 - Rachel Jenkins - Lenoir, NC
  24.  December 31 - Jim Foster - Eugene, OR
  25.  January 11 - Ronald Fox - Greenwell Springs, LA
Jan

Jan

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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Marie Hansen

1/11/2012 11:25:23 AM

Thank you so much for the basketball hoop we won in December. We have five children (three teenagers)and it was the best Christmas present ever for them. We will enjoy it for many years to come at our home. THANK YOU! Marie Hansen

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Jan

1/11/2012 12:03:03 PM

Marie, you are so very welcome! Have FUN!

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