Serta

Serta

(Baaaa-zzzzzzzz) For hundreds of years, counting sheep meant trying to sleep. Since 2000, the Counting Sheep (or, as some kids say, “Sleep Sheep”) have been the icon of Serta, the largest U.S. manufacturer of mattresses as measured by sales.   Together as One Serta...
Brooklyn Bedding

Brooklyn Bedding

About Brooklyn Bedding, the Manufacturer   Where’s Brooklyn Bedding Located? When someone says, “Brooklyn Bedding,” the first place that comes to most people’s minds is the Borough of Brooklyn in New York City – you know: the one that connects to Manhattan over the...
Sealy

Sealy

It Began with Cotton   Sealy started in 1881, when Daniel Haynes made a cotton filled mattress for a neighbor in Sealy, Texas. Other neighbors and family members asked for mattresses, and this owner of a cotton gin became a mattress manufacturer. In 1889, Haynes...
Boyd Sleep

Boyd Sleep

From Waterbeds to a Diversified Product Line   A Student’s Project In 1977, waterbeds were popular, and they were gaining market share at the expense of innerspring mattresses.  A college business student named Dennis “Denny” Boyd devised a business model for one of...
MyPillow

MyPillow

How does the most heavily advertised pillow stack up?   The Ubiquitous Ad If you have been watching television – whether over the air, through cable, from a satellite, or on the Internet – whether news, weather, sports, local programming, or movies – chances are you...