Are you looking for a fun holiday gift idea? How about a great Lava Lamp? These fun lamps have been around for 50+ years and are just as popular as ever! Ever wonder about the history of the Lava Lamp? Well the first motion lamp was designed in 1963 by an English engineer, Edward Craven Walker, who marketed it under the name Astro Lamp.
In 1965, two American entrepreneurs saw the Astro lamp displayed at a trade show in Brussels, bought the rights to market the lamp worldwide and formed the Lava Corporation in Chicago. The Astro Lamp was renamed the Lava® lamp and an American icon was born. We are constantly innovating and look forward to introducing new categories and brands into our growing company. The new exciting products in our line are enticing the younger generation and intriguing the older fans. We are no longer just motion lamps, we have expanded into novelty and fun products!
Here are some of my favorite lamp styles and colors:
Lifespan brands is a Chicago based company which sells its unique branded products in several countries around the world. It is a leader in managing and building recognizable and highly valued branded consumer products including: Lava® Lamps, party products, novelty lighting and bathroom scales. Lifespan brands holds the US trademark rights to the iconic Lava® Lampshape and name Lava® Lamp and their products are sold across various distribution channels in US, Canadian, and European retailers.
The generous folks at Lava Lamp are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win their very own Lava Lamp! Would you like to enter? Please visit https://lavalamp.com/ and take a look around then come back here and tell me what style and color you love! There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.
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One winner will win a Lava Lamp!
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