Comfort Solutions moves to improve

Perry, David
April 2008
Furniture/Today;4/7/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 31, p168
Trade Publication
The article reports that Comfort Solutions stands out in the marketplace by making some highly visible business planning. According to Dave Roberts, president of the Top 10 bedding maker, Comfort has surpassed its competitors by launching its new line of products that outdated other products being launched in the market. Debbie Gaby president of Sleep America also commends and appreciates its partnership with Comfort.


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