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Nectar Sleep Partners With Mattress Warehouse

Nectar Sleep Partners With Mattress Warehouse

The eCommerce mattress company Nectar Sleep has announced that it has partnered with Mattress Warehouse.

Nectar’s mattresses will roll out to Mattress Warehouse’s network of more than 250 stores along the East Coast this year, enabling customers to test and purchase mattresses in brick-and-mortar locations throughout the country for the first time.

Founded in 2017, Nectar claims to sell more than 1,000 mattresses per day, and said that in 12 months, it reached revenues of $55 million. The mattresses, which are developed for every type of sleeper, come with a 365-night trial period.

“We are excited to work with Mattress Warehouse as our largest brick-and-mortar retail partner to enhance our distribution channels and give our customers a chance to touch and feel our products in a new way,” Craig Schmeizer, Nectar Sleep co-founder, said in a press release. “At Nectar Sleep, we are dedicated to providing the best possible product and service, and know that Mattress Warehouse shares the same values and dedication to customer service.”

Customers will have the option to take home their mattresses right from the store or have them delivered to their homes. In business for more than 30 years, Mattress Warehouse is the No. 1 independently owned American mattress retailer, with stores throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The company offers customers $125 off each mattress and two free pillows, along with the risk-free, year-long trial.

“Nectar Sleep has a strong value story and has done a great job in getting in front of consumers over the past two years,” added Bill Papettas, president of Mattress Warehouse. “Many direct-to-consumer brands are afraid to put their products alongside competitors in store, and this move shows that Nectar Sleep is confident in their product and proud of their brand. We believe there are many synergies here, and are excited to kick off 2019 with this partnership.”

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