1800mattress.com offers 'test naps'

May 2008
Furniture/Today;5/5/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 34, p16
Trade Publication
The article features the 1800Mattress.Com, the leading national multi-channel retailer of mattresses, box springs and bedding products, located in New York City. The company was considered as the first mattress retailer that introduce a two-hour delivery window, fast national and international delivery of its products. Moreover, its business-to-business sales division supplies schools, hospitals, hotels and other institutions.


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