Beds for Homeless
Luxury producer Harrison Spinks, based in Leeds, England, donated 32 beds and bases to Don Robin’s House, a housing project built by area nonprofit St. George’s Crypt. “We’re thrilled that our mattresses and beds at Don Robin’s House will support the city’s most vulnerable as they endeavor to turn their lives around, and we wish the team at St George’s Crypt the best of luck with the completion of their latest project,” said Ruairi Giles, Harrison Spinks commercial director. St. George’s Crypt is a faith-based charity providing food and shelter to more than 100 people each day, along with long-term support, training and other activities to help vulnerable people gain life skills.
Malouf Adds Accessories
Malouf Home, a distributor of sleep products and furniture, based in Logan, Utah, extended the promotional Weekender line with budget-priced sheets and protectors. The products offer a clear three-part, step-up program, with sheet sets available in microfiber, cotton blend or Tencel. Three protectors range from top-only to total encasements. “We wanted to add more variety to our Weekender accessory offerings, especially at accessible price points,” said Eric Holmstead, director of sales. “These new additions really fill out the gap in our product line.”
Mlily’s New West Coast Office
Mlily USA has opened a larger office and showroom in Monrovia, California. The space houses sales, graphic and product design, and customer service staff. It replaces a smaller office in Rosemead, California. “Greater Los Angeles enables us to tap into a rich, creative labor market and to provide us with a showroom that will be more convenient for our West Coast customers and prospects,” said Stephen Chen, Mlily USA president. “We have always been an innovator in sleep science. This new office is part of our corporate commitment to continue to invest in product research and development that will further enhance the sleep experience for consumers.”
Pleasant Promotes Vaccination
Pleasant Mattress is offering incentives to employees who receive the Covid-19 vaccine. In addition to assisting staff in finding and scheduling appointments, it has given $50 bonuses and paid time off to those follow through. By summer’s end, the Fresno, California-based mattress maker hopes to reach a 100% vaccination rate. “The last year has been difficult for so many all over the world, and now that vaccine availability is more widespread, we want to encourage our employees to do their part to help with the fight against Covid-19, right here in our community,” said Rion Morgenstern, chief executive officer.