Congratulations to Our Three Winners!

Congratulations to Our Three Winners!

Congratulations to Our Three Winners!

This Contest Has Ended.jpgSpring is in full swing and three lucky winners will get the help of a brand new Garden Caddy in their yard!

We'll be giving each of the three winners of this month's giveaway their own Lifetime Garden Caddy. This versatile caddy is perfect for hauling tools around the yard. As most of you stressed, the ability to keep your tools organized, and easily accessible is a huge benefit of the Garden Caddy.

Congratulations to our winners:

• Amanda V. – Miami, FL
• Camille K. - Layton, UT
• Kelly S. – Penn Laird, VA

Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway. If you weren't a winner but would still like to own a Lifetime Garden Caddy, you can find them at your local Sam’s Club or at Lifetime’s online store.

Zach

Zach

Name: Zach

Position at Lifetime Products: Online Media Specialist

How long at Lifetime Products: I have been with Lifetime since July, 2012.

My favorite products from Lifetime: Mammoth Basketball Systems

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