Reverie donates beds to recovering vets

Reverie adjustable beds delivers new beds to vet facility

The Reverie team delivers new adjustable bed sets to rehabilitation facility.

Adjustable base and specialty sleep manufacturer Reverie, with headquarters in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and production and distribution in Eden, New York, donated 12 bed sets with adjustable foundations to WNY Heroes Inc., a non-profit serving veterans and their families in western New York state.

The beds, valued at more than $30,000 retail, were delivered to Horizon Health Services, a provider of mental-health and chemical-dependency treatment and recovery services with multiple campuses in New York state, including one devoted to treating veterans.

“We wanted to recognize the sacrifice these soldiers have made to defend our country and wanted to act on how thankful we are,” said Martin Rawls-Meehan, Reverie president and chief executive officer. “Acclimating to life after returning from war is tough enough—serious injury compounds the difficulty and adds to family stresses. This was our way of showing returning service members our support, compassion and understanding, and the beginning of our relationship with veterans’ organizations across the country.”

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