What we heard from customers is that the colors of the National Public Seating (NPS) round tables did not match the white granite from Lifetime Products. Because we only heard about this issue on the rarest of occasions, we figured that the coloration differences were because of different building specifications from either manufacturer. We finally heard one last complaint about this issue and contacted NPS about the problem. The customer that had received the tables said the packaging actually said Gray on the box.
I just had a customer call a moment ago saying that they found a cheaper seminar table online at a competitor’s site and wanted to know if I knew anything of the quality. The model is question was model DAD-YCZ-180-GW-GG. The customer was comparing it to our Bt1872 folding seminar table. On the surface, everything looks to be about the same for about $30 cheaper. However, a closer examination showed some key differences that future customers ought to consider.