Manufacturing Day 2014

Happy Manufacturing Day!

Happy Manufacturing Day!

DSC_2049.jpgHappy Manufacturing Day! You might be wondering, why are we so excited to celebrate Manufacturing Day? Because that’s what we do! For over 25 years, we’ve worked to turn raw steel coils and plastic pellets into products each of us can use everyday! I’ve been a supporter of Lifetime for years. Long before I ever worked here. My basketball hoop growing up was a Lifetime hoop. My parents always pulled out their Lifetime tables and chairs when we had a get together. That’s what we do at Lifetime. We make stuff for you to use every day! We are proud and passionate about manufacturing awesome products.

Manufacturing is such an important part of American society. It is a source of millions of jobs and the products we all use every day. Today has even received some involvement from President Obama. Yesterday, he released a Presidential Proclamation, making October 3rd National Manufacturing Day:

“I call upon the people of the United States to observe this day with programs and activities that highlight the contributions of American manufacturers, and I encourage all Americans to visit a manufacturer in their local community.”

Since our beginning our desire to make products here in the United States, and stay in the United States, has been key to Lifetime. We believe that we have a responsibility to our consumers to provide high-quality products, but also continue to offer employment for Americans. We’re proud to see how the impact of that decision has allowed us to provide a better quality product, and provide jobs and opportunities for people here in the US. Manufacturing products here in the USA is an exciting industry to be in.

To celebrate Manufacturing Day, Lifetime is giving away four great prizes!
• One 130-Gallon Outdoor Storage Box
• One glacier blue Monterey Kayak
• One 50" Courtside Portable Basketball Hoop
• Six Commercial Folding Chairs

To enter to win, send an email to giveaway@lifetime.com (with the subject “Manufacturing Day Giveaway”) and let us know why American manufacturing is important to you.

For additional entries, "Like" Lifetime Products on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter, @Lifetime, and retweet to your friends "@Lifetime is giving away some great products to celebrate #ManufacturingDay! #ProudUSManufacturer bit.ly/1xM59Ov". Follow @LifetimeProducts on Instagram. Each of these three steps will get you one bonus entry each! Email us each of the steps you complete.

The contest begins Friday, October 3, 2014 and will end Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 12:00 Midnight MDT. We'll announce four random winners on Monday, October 20, 2014. (Each person may only enter once via email, once via Twitter, once via Instagram, and once via Facebook. Click here for complete contest rules.) So good luck, and Happy Manufacturing Day!

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Name: Zach

Position at Lifetime Products: Online Media Specialist

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My favorite products from Lifetime: Mammoth Basketball Systems

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