Louisiana retailer launches Serta mattress store

March 2007
Furniture/Today;3/12/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 27, p90
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The article reports that the Allen family has opened a 2,500-square-foot America's Mattress sleep shop showcasing more than 25 Serta mattresses. The store is owned by Barry and Debbie Allen along with their son, his wife and Debbie's parents. Serta Mattress Co. which is based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois is the third-largest U.S. mattress manufacturer.


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