The 12 Days of Tables and Chairs, Part 3!

The 12 Days of Tables and Chairs, Part 3!

The 12 Days of Tables and Chairs, Part 3!

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Shalane

Shalane

Name: Shalane

Position at Lifetime Products: Product Marketing Manager for the Tables and Chairs category

How long at Lifetime Products: I have been with Lifetime since October 2009

My favorite Lifetime Products: Some of my favorites include: the Storage Box, round picnic table, and of course the kayaks. I love working for a company with such a wide variety of fun, durable products

 

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