Spring Air Signs License Agreement for New Top-Of-Bed Program

Spring Air International and Seattle-based Pacific Coast Feather Company (PCFC) have signed a license agreement that will enable PCFC to design, manufacture and market a broad collection of top-of-bed accessories for consumers under the Spring Air brand and select product brands like Sleep Sense™ and Chattam & Wells®.

“This agreement affords us the opportunity to partner with the global leader in the basic bedding industry,” noted Spring Air president Rick Robinson. “Pacific Coast also has an exceptional reputation for quality and customer satisfaction.”

With more than a century of manufacturing and design expertise, PCFC will produce and sell an innovative assortment of sleep accessories including pillows, mattress pads, comforters, protectors and sheets sets under the Spring Air banner. .

PCFC will introduce the first wave of Spring Air basic bedding products later this month at the Fall 2013 Home Textiles Market in New York City.

“We look forward to expanding into the accessories category with a trusted producer that shares our values, and to the increased exposure and awareness for the Spring Air brand that will ultimately follow,” Robinson said.

For more information, visit www.springair.com and www.pacificcoast.com.

About Spring Air: Under the brand statement “Trusted by millions since 1926,” the Spring Air organization includes 12 manufacturing facilities across North America and operates in 33 other countries around the globe. The company helps retailers drive business while growing and leveraging the reputation for trust and integrity inspired by its 87-year-old name.

About Pacific Coast Feather Company: Founded in 1884, Pacific Coast Feather Company offers premium quality, comfort, support and durability in pillows, comforters, mattress pads, feather beds and sheets. As a family-owned business, the company remains true to its heritage, following the uncompromising European traditions of craftsmanship established by its founder, Joseph Hanauer.