Pleasant Mattress goes to "MAXX' with the new line | Furniture Today

The Bedding producer, based here, says its new MAXX line, available in eight styles and designed and built by its in-house team, is engineered with a "sag free engineered support structure" of heavy-wire coils and ultra high-density foams.  The goal: Give retailers beds that will stay in consumers' homes, thereby lowering the mattress returns.  "We're beyond excited to introduce Maxx to the marketplace," said Rion Morgenstern, president and CEO of Pleasant Mattress. "Our more than 55 years of building mattresses have given us great insight into how to craft a well-made, supportive and long lasting bed.  Mattress returns due to body impressions are not good for the retailer or for the manufacturer.  We've constructed Maxx with components that will hold up and lower those return rates. 

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Jennie Schuh
Pleasant Mattress Rolls Out Its Own Hybrid Mattress Brand: MAXX | Featured in Sleep Retailer

Engineered to provide superior performance, this line of mattresses features an extensive sag-free, engineered support structure of heavy-wire coils and ultra high-density foams. Available in eight styles, the MAXX collection shuns memory foam and cheap foam in its material list, providing an alternative to the sameness currently on the retail floors.

“We’re beyond excited to introduce MAXX to the marketplace,” said Rion Morgenstern, President and CEO of Pleasant Mattress. “Our more than 55 years [of] building mattresses have given us great insight into how to craft a well-made, supportive and long lasting bed. We’ve gone above and beyond and truly over-engineered these mattresses for longevity. Mattress returns due to body impressions are not good for the retailer or for the manufacturer. We’ve constructed MAXX with components that will hold up and lower those return rates.”

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Pleasant Mattress engages California artist for original paintings to uniquely position brand at retail | Featured in Furniture Today

FRESNO, Calif. – Home product manufacturers give a lot of consideration to the environment they create at retail to showcase their products in a way that will draw consumers to their brands. For Pleasant Mattress, a third-generation family-owned West Coast mattress manufacturer, its approach has been more inspired than most: The company commissioned original paintings from artist Lauren Taylor Engel that relate to the company’s brand message, and it is providing prints to each of its retailers to show on the sales floor.

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Cannon Sleep Products rebrands as Pleasant Mattress | Featured in Furniture Today

FRESNO, Calif. – Cannon Sleep Products is returning to its roots with its rebranding initiative bringing focus back to its corporate name of Pleasant Mattress, Inc., which harkens back to the company’s founding name of Pleasant Bag Co. formerly located on Pleasant Avenue in Fresno, Calif. As part of the rebranding, Pleasant Mattress has unveiled a new, updated logo that highlights the company’s 1959 beginnings.

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Pleasant Mattress Invests in Developing Strong Family Culture | Sleep Retailer

Companies committed to building a great corporate culture through employee engagement and investment tend to have more energetic and more productive workers. West Coast mattress supplier Pleasant Mattress is fully vested in its 140 team members, recently celebrating its employee family by hosting 516 employees and family members for a day of fun at its 22nd Annual Summer Celebration.

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Pleasant Mattress Comes To Aid Of Lake Isabella Fire Victims | Featured in Furniture World

Pleasant Mattress, based in Fresno, Calif., reports that it has donated 16 mattresses for individuals and families who have lost their homes in the Erskine Fire near Lake Isabella, Calif. In the last two months, fires have burned nearly 100,000 acres in California. As of July 11, the Erskine Fire had burned more than 60,000 acres, killed two people and destroyed more than 280 homes.

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Spring Air Expands Chattam & Wells Collection with New Hybrid Models | Featured in Sleep Retailer

Spring Air International is enhancing its recently introduced Chattam & Wells collection with new latex hybrid models that offer a sustainability story along with the same luxury and contemporary refinement the line is known for.

“Having re-defined and re-designed the brand last January, and seeing the success we’ve had with the collection just over the past six months, we’re very excited to add three eco-minded hybrid beds to the Chattam & Wells series,” said company President Rick Robinson. “These additional models not only broaden the retail selling story for this modern, upscale line, but also provide new options for consumers who care about sustainability as well as style.”

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