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Each week, we find, curate and share the most relevant bedding and mattress news stories from across the web. Check out what we’re reading this week.
- Have you read the fall issue of Sleep Retailer yet? It’s not too late! Access the issue digitally here or via web stories on Sleepretailer.com here. Happy reading!
- Sleep Geek is going strong after gaining a football partnership. Forbes covered the story.
- High Point Market Authority recently released its winter/spring 2020 style report. Get the scoop at Sleepretailer.com.
- American Blossom Linens recently introduced dye free bedding made from naturally grown foxfibre. Learn more in this release from PR Web.
- Malouf is set to host a launch party at the winter Las Vegas market. Learn more in this update from Sleep Retailer.
- Yet another company is seeking a snoozetern—and, it’s a paid gig. All the details here from Business Insider.
- The Mattress Recycling Council is seeking new ideas to improve recycling. Learn more in this story from Sleep Retailer
- Retail Dive announced its 2019 Awards—full list here.
- Saatva brought its online retail experience to its new brick-and-mortar viewing room in Manhattan. We wrote all about it at Sleepretailer.com
- According to Tech Crunch, a company called Nyxo is in the process of building an app based sleep coaching program.
- USA Today reports on the consequences of dumped mattresses from China in this story.
- ReST is partnering with SplitIt to make the purchasing its smart bed more attainable for consumers. Read more at Sleepretailer.com.
Science & Fun Stuff
- Is it actually dangerous to put luggage on your bed? The Chicago Tribune weighs in.
- In this article, Reader’s Digest contemplates the cleanliness of sample mattresses.
- Yahoo has tips for fixing your sleep schedule, even when you’re “tired as hell.”
- Wired hammers home the important point: we need to prioritize sleep!
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