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Lifetime Products Corporate Office

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Lifetime Products Corporate Office Address

Lifetime Products
Freeport Center Bldg D-11
Clearfield, UT 84016

Contact Lifetime Products

Phone Number: (801) 776-1532
Fax Number: (801) 728-1959
Website: http://www.lifetime.com/
Email: Email Lifetime Products

Lifetime Products Facts

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Lifetime Products Executives

CEO: Barry Mower
CFO: Mark Whiting
COO: Richard Hendrickson

Lifetime Products History

Lifetime Products manufactures polyethylene folding chairs, tables, picnic tables, and home basketball equipment. The company also manufactures large consumer products including sheds, trailers, kayaks, paddleboards, and lawn and garden items.

Lifetime Products was founded when Barry Mower made a sturdy basketball pole for himself and began selling them through a classified ad. Soon after, he opened a small sporting-goods store which he named Lifetime Products in 1986. The name means products that are built to last a lifetime.

In 1995 the company invented the first blow-molded picnic table in 1995. More blow-molded items followed.

In 2010 Lifetime Products acquired Dragonfly Innovation Corp, a producer of blow-molded kayaks. The kayaks are popular because they are designed not to flip over.

Today the company has the largest single-point blow molded plastics facility in North America. The company’s products are available in more than 70 countries worldwide. In the United States products are available in Sports Authority, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Modell’s, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Costco, BJ’s, Home Depot, Lowe’s and more.

Lifetime Products FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Lifetime Products?
Answer 1: The phone number for Lifetime Products is (801) 776-1532.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Lifetime Products?
Answer 2: The CEO of Lifetime Products is Barry Mower.

Question 3: Who founded Lifetime Products?
Answer 3: Lifetime Products was founded by in .

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Richard Park June 19, 2018 at 4:37 pm

This company is a horrible place to work, as soon as your hired, it seems that HR is on a mission to get you fired. I was there less than a month, I got a write up for being ten minutes late because of a train in the freeport center that I had to wait for, another write up for missing work because my father went into the ICU on an emergency basis, even though I had a letter from the hospital to prove it, the response from HR when I got the phone call, was I would be given an occurrence for leaving to take care of him, and the only way they would be helpful with me, is if I brought in an obituary our death certificates! then the last straw, a write up because I was going to be late due to my transmission going out on my truck, and having to wait for a tow truck, with a receipt as proof, even though I had enough PTO to cover the 45 minutes. This company left me in a bad situation, and they couldn’t care less, I got terminated for that. It’s almost as if they expect you to not have a life outside of work where things can go wrong. I will never return to this company, and I would not recommend anyone else working here either.

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Zachary walton August 8, 2017 at 2:22 pm

Horrible place to work I am currently employed. Been working there almost a year now got promoted to smec then 4 months after that they change everything take my position away put me back on the production line, deny me my raise because at life time raises are not given for good performance they are based on this little 20th century Japanese invention called a kaizen that most employees neither have the time to wright them down let alone implement them. I am fed up with my treatment and my wages for the kind of work that is done there. I will not be returning or advising anyone they should work there. They wonder why they have such a high turn over rate and such s***ty quality in their product’s well it’s beucase their employees do not feel appreciated or compensated fairly for their time and hard work they put into the company .

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Brittney March 19, 2017 at 10:42 pm

The store employees are treated terribly! Especially in the Clearfield store. I heard the manager using terrible language to his employees and my children were present! Plus they fired someone in a harassment claim when HE was the victim of a lady doing inappropriate things to him!. Messed up!

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