Congratulations to Our Two Winners!

Congratulations to Our Two Winners!

Congratulations to Our Two Winners!

Hope everyone is ready for Thanksgiving! It was so great to hear from all of you and hear what your favorite dish is for Thanksgiving. Everything from the classics like: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and pie; to the family specialties like tamales, cheesy carrots, ponsit, and menudo.

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Congratulations to our two winners!

Richard C. - Pikeville, Kentucky
Joey R.- Chubbuck, Idaho

They will each receive one of our 6’ Fold-In-Half tables, perfect for any celebration!

We here at Lifetime wish each of you a Happy Thanksgiving!

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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