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Walmart Welcomes Sleep6

Tuesday, November 28, 2017



Source : Sleep6 LLC

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Chicago-based mattress company Sleep6 can now reach an unprecedented number of customers with its presence on Walmart.com. The mega retail giant Walmart just launched Sleep6's original mattress.

Sleep6 launched their mattress line to the public in January of 2016, and the response has been great. Now, with the addition of Walmart, Sleep6 will be able to reach a new set of customers who are looking for a top-of-the-line product at an affordable cost.

"We are so excited about this collaboration with Walmart as they continue their effort to increase their presence in the mattress industry," said Sleep6 founder Robert Taglianetti. "We are proud to be that company that can provide a high-end product at a reasonable cost in this category."

The original Sleep6 mattress, which will now be sold on Walmart.com, is a 10-inch mattress that consists of three-layers and is constructed of proprietary foams that focus on temperature control, body memory and motion isolation. These factors enable the user to get a better night's sleep, which inevitably results in a better day ahead. The mattress also has a breathable zip-off quilted cover for added support and comfort.

Made in Chicago, sourced in Chicago and shipped from Chicago, Sleep6 is able to keep overhead costs down and thus provide all consumers with a mattress that retails for true market cost.

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