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Barry D. Mower

Founder

American PlayWorld

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www.standard.net

Eager to enjoy the benefits of basketball in the backyard of his Ogden home in 1972, Barry Mower created his own basketball pole and setup using pipe, a sheet of plywood and a basketball rim.
That simple little device would spawn an idea and business whose reach is now global and reaches at least 55 countries. Pleased by the "sturdy" nature of his basketball system, Mower quickly saw a potential market for a similar setup in the backyards of others. He formed American PlayWorld in 1973 and began a business in a garage in Riverdale. As the company grew, he expanded into playground equipment and moved the business to South Ogden. The innovation that started the business never stopped, however, and Mower eventually developed an adjustable basketball standard, which would affect his business focus and direction. Mower eventually split the original company and formed Lifetime Products in 1986 and moved his company to Clearfield. He focused on basketball systems with Lifetime and utilized the technology his company was refining with metal and blow-molded plastics, and adapted that savvy to folding tables and chairs, becoming a world leader in that arena.


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Founded in 1972 by Barry Mower, Lifetime Products operates out of Clearfield, Utah, and continues to apply innovation and cutting-edge technology in plastics and metals to create a family of affordable lifestyle products that feature superior strength and durability.


www.shamelfurniture.com

Founded in 1972 by Barry Mower, Lifetime Products operates out of Clearfield, Utah, and continues to apply innovation and cutting-edge technology in plastics and metals to create a family of affordable lifestyle products that feature superior strength and durability.
Tabletop dimensions: 72L x 30W x 29H inches. Overall width with benches: 52 inches. UV-protected high-density polyethylene tabletop. Sturdy powder-coated steel frame. Rust-resistant all-weather finish. Putty (tabletop) and bronze (frame) color. Folds flat for convenient storage.


www.parents.com

Founded in 1972 by Barry Mower, Lifetime Products operates out of Clearfield, Utah, and continues to apply innovation and cutting-edge technology in plastics and metals to create a family of affordable lifestyle products that feature superior strength and durability. read more


thefreeresource.com

Barry Mower businessperson, owner of Lifetime Products


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