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This chair is 100% made in the USA by our own Utah employees.

This chair is 100% made in the USA by our own Utah employees.

Chair.JPGEvery Lifetime product has its niche and purpose. Every market niche has a need. For the past two years, we’ve been designing, re-thinking, and bringing new definition to the residential tables and chairs market. And now, the first Residential-grade Lifetime chair is rolling into Walmarts across the nation.

This chair is 100% made in the USA by our own Utah employees. Every piece, rivets and all, has been carefully designed and made to represent the Lifetime brand. Its purposeful blueprint has been crafted and honed to target our Walmart customer base, while also standing up for the strength and dependability of the Lifetime name. Though its convenient thin frame and residential grade look deceiving, our engineers have specifically made the design to be sturdy, strong, and it still continues to pass our WBP internal  and external tests.

Chair (2).JPGNot only has Lifetime never had a chair available at Walmart, but this will be marketed as a Lifetime product. It’s a product we’re proud to put our name on.

This new chair is available only at Walmart. So head on over and see exactly how each piece combines to create this revolutionary Lifetime chair!

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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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