Lifetime Brands Nominates Regan to Board

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.-Michael J. Regan has been nominated for election to Lifetime Brands' board of directors. The election of directors will take place at Lifetime's annual meeting, scheduled for June 13, 2012.

A former vice chairman and chief administrative officer of KPMG LLP and the lead audit partner for many Fortune 500 companies during his 40-year tenure with KPMG, Regan is currently a director of DynaVox, a provider of speech generating devices and symbol-adapted special education software, and of Scientific Games Corporation, an entertainment and media company.

"We are delighted to nominate Mike to our board of directors," said Jeffrey Siegel, Lifetime's chairman, president and CEO. "Mike's distinguished career as an audit partner in a large international accounting firm, his financial, business and strategic acumen, his knowledge of the retail and consumer products industries, and his extensive public company board experience will all be extremely valuable to Lifetime Brands. We look forward to his contributions."

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