Specialty Sleep Association Joins American Sustainable Business Council
The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) has a new member today; the Specialty Sleep Association (SSA) has joined the Washington, DC-based business policy advocacy group, ASBC.
“ASBC is thrilled to have the Specialty Sleep Association join as a new partner. Their membership proves that it’s possible to thrive and create good jobs as we can build responsible businesses. They bring an important trade association voice to our efforts to advance a more robust and sustainable economy,” said David Levine, CEO and co-founder of the American Sustainable Business Council.
“The Specialty Sleep Association is particularly enthusiastic about becoming a new partner of the American Sustainability Business Council joining many businesses and industry associations and organizations advocating sustainable businesses practices. The SSA is committed to transparency and truth in claims about green marketing with consumer disclosure contents labels for mattresses and bedding. We believe that ASBC will help us achieve our goals to educate consumers about safer, healthier and greener sleep product choices for their homes,” said Dale T. Read, President of the Specialty Sleep Association (SSA)
For more information, please visit www.sleepinformation.org or www.asbcouncil.org.
About The Specialty Sleep Association (SSA): SSA is a non-profit advocacy and education association of retailers, manufacturers and suppliers who develop, manufacture, market and sell innovative, new-technology mattress and bedding products. Founded in 1995 as the successor organization for the waterbed industry, the SSA today advocates and promotes the full spectrum of new technology bedding using both synthetic and sustainable solutions. The SSA represents the fastest growing category of all bedding.
About The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC): ASBC and its partner organizations represent more than 150,000 businesses nationwide, and more than 300,000 entrepreneurs, executives, managers, and investors. The council includes chambers of commerce, trade associations, and groups representing small business, investors, microenterprise, social enterprise, green and sustainable business, local living economy, and women and minority business leaders. ASBC informs and engages policy makers and the public about the need and opportunities for building a vibrant and sustainable economy.