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  • Protect-A-Bed brings 40-plus pillows to High Point

    As seen in Furniture Today. HIGH POINT – Sleep accessories producer Protect-A-Bed is bringing dozens of new pillows to the market here. The Chicago-based company is also showing its newly upgraded sleep technology, SleepTailor, in its 5,000-square-foot showroom in the International Home Furnishings Center, space M-633. The new pillow offering features three...
  • Sleep Savvy Las Vegas Update

    As featured in Sleep Savvy and BedTimes Pillow heads While some companies opted to streamline their product offerings, Protect-A-Bed moved in the opposite direction. The Chicago-based accessories supplier added 43 pillows, bringing its pillow offerings to 50 ($50 to $200). Getting fitted for the right one is easy using Sleep Tailor, an interactive...
  • REM-Fit partners with FMG

    As seen in Furniture Today. CHICAGO – REM-Fit, the sleep brand that is a division of Protect-A-Bed, announced a newly minted partnership with the Furniture Marketing Group, a leading networking and buying group, officials said. “REM-Fit has been on an incredible growth curve since our official launch during Summer Market,” said...
  • REM-Fit Announces Partnership with Furniture Marketing Group

    Excerpted from Furniture World. REM-Fit, the Chicago-based sleep brand recently announced a newly minted partnership with the Furniture Marketing Group (FMG), a networking & buying group comprised of top-tier independent furniture retailers. “REM-Fit has been on an incredible growth curve since our official launch during Summer Market,” comments Kevin Houston...
  • Protect-A-Bed Spotlights Comprehensive Premium Pillow Line

    Excerpted from Sleep Retailer. Protect-A-Bed is bringing its extensive new pillow offering and newly upgraded sleep technology, SleepTailor, to the spring High Point Market. The new pillow program features three new pillow lines, each with integrated cooling fabrics and five fill variations designed to deliver the specific support, comfort, and adjustability each...
  • Bedding producers aim to add pop to retail sales floors

    Excerpted from Furniture Today Protect-A-Bed is emphasizing its broad new pillow offering, which encompasses more than 40 models, and is bringing its newly upgraded sleep technology, SleepTailor, to High Point. The introductions feature three new pillow lines, each with integrated cooling fabrics and five fill variations designed to deliver the specific...
  • REM-Fit Announces Partnership With Furniture Marketing Group

    Excerpted from Sleep Retailer REM-Fit, the Chicago-based sleep brand, announced a new partnership with the Furniture Marketing Group (FMG), a networking and buying group, comprised of independent furniture retailers. “REM-Fit has been on an incredible growth curve since our official launch during Summer Market,” comments Kevin Houston, Sr. Manager of...
  • Protect-A-Bed Promotes Two

    Protect-A-Bed has named company veteran Miguel Marrero director of international sales. Moving into the information technology product development arena is another Protect-A-Bed employee, Mark Magliulo. He has been named manager of IT product development. We are extremely excited to make this announcement,” said John Rachid, president of Protect-A-Bed. “Miguel is...
  • Protect-A-Bed Brings Premium Pillow Line to High Point

    Excerpted from Furniture World Protect-A-Bed recently announced that it will bring its massive new pillow offering and newly upgraded sleep technology to its 5000 sq. ft. showroom (IHFC, M633) at the High Point Market (April 14-18). The new offering features 3 new pillow lines, each with integrated cooling fabrics and five...
  • Hotel Business - Picture of Health: Clean and Healthy Builds Guest Loyalty

    Excerpted from Hotel Business Magazine It’s no secret that guests prefer a clean, sanitary hotel room. But beyond a single stay, how impactful is a clean facility? Cleanliness is not a “perk” According to a Deliotte Study, when guests consider their hotel stays, security, free Wi-Fi, and cleanliness are “expected basic” essentials to...

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