The Spring Time Bedding will open its first permanent showroom at the High Point Market this fall. Located in the International Home Furnishings Center, the 7,000-square-foot showroom will floor more than 50 mattresses and a pillow and mattress topper collection. The company believes it is one of the largest presentation of sleep products available in one showroom at the Market.
“There is a real thirst for bedding in High Point and we saw last year that having a robust collection of products is what the market was looking for. When we made our commitment to permanent space, we did so with intention of becoming the leading independent manufacturer showing at the market,” said Spring Time President Isaac Jacobovitz. “Whether an independent dealer or a major sleep shop chain, all can be assured that they are receiving personalized attention. Since buyers would prefer to buy as much as they can from one manufacturer, we want to assure we can offer them a full range of product from promotional to luxury in one space.”
The company will show several new SKU’s from its Medicci & Saville lines, an affordable luxury brand of individually wrapped pocket coils, the highest quality foams and latex, and high-tech fabrics. There will also be a full presentation from its successful Go-Pedic gel infused memory foam brand, which uses uniquely sourced foam to deliver an exceptional blend of comfort and support. As part of a new marketing strategy, Spring Time is taking GoPedic national, offering dealers quick delivery and more aggressive pricing to facilitate large-scale domestic penetration. Additionally, it will present a new pillow and mattress topper program.
For more information on Spring Time, visit www.springtimebedding.com.
About The Spring Time Mattress Company: The Spring Time Mattress Company has been manufacturing and distributing quality sleep products for more than 20 years. The company grew from a 3,000-square-foot facility in Paterson, N.J. at its founding, to an 80,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that employs more than 150 craftspeople in South Hackensack, N.J.