Mattress Firm

Sleeping pad Firm Inc. is an American retailing organization and mattress store chain established on July 4, 1986. The home office of the organization is found in Houston, Texas.

Business

Starting at 2016, the organization worked more than 3,600 areas in 48 U.S. states. On October fifth, 2018 Mattress Firm documented for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The organization intended to close 200 unfruitful stores and is said it was thinking about quitting for the day 500 different stores out of the in excess of 3300 it worked around then.

Acquisitions

Bedding Pro

In 2007 Mattress Firm procured the sleeping pad retailer Mattress Pro. Michael Beresford has likewise been alluded to as the “Sleeping cushion Pro.”

Rest Train

The retail bedding producer The Sleep Train Inc worked fundamentally in California. It was established by Dale Carlsen in June 1985. The organization is based in Rocklin, California.

In June 2000, Sleep Train sold 24 of its stores (for the most part in Seattle and Portland), or around 30 percent of its business, to Fenway Partners, a New York private-speculation firm which had procured Sleep Country USA, a contending chain set up in 1991, three months earlier. At the time, Sleep Train had 44 stores (of which 18 were in Washington) and Sleep Country USA 28. In 2002, Sleep Train Inc. reported plans to buy 54 of Mattress Discounters’ stores in California amid that organization’s liquidation—which would dramatically increase Sleep Train’s size.

Mattress Firm
Mattress Firm

In 2003, Fenway Partners sold Sleep Country USA to the Atlanta-based Simmons Company, and in August 2006, Sleep Train Inc. bought the then-55-store bedding chain from Simmons.

In September 2011, Sleep Train gained Christian’s Mattress Xpress, changing over three stores into new Sleep Train stores in Visalia, Fresno and Fowler. The following month, October 2011, Sleep Train obtained Mattress Outlet, a 14-store organization with 13 stores in eastern Washington and one in Idaho, and America’s Mattress, a seven-store organization in western Washington. In October 2012, Sleep Train procured Sleep City, a 8-store chain in Eastern Washington and Idaho.[14]In April 2014, Sleep Train procured America’s Mattress in Hawaii. The procurement included nine nearby America’s Mattress stores: five stores on Oahu, two stores on the Big Island in Kona and Hilo, and one each on the islands of Maui and Kauai.

On September 4, 2014, Mattress Firm Inc. reported it would purchase The Sleep Train Inc. for $425 million. In February and March 2017 the Sleep Train stores were renamed as Mattress Firm outlets.

Rest Country USA

Rest Country USA was a Pacific Northwest bedding retailer established in 1991. It had in excess of 80 sleeping pad stores in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The organization home office were in Kent, Washington.

Radiant Kobe Cook and Robert Cook established Sleep Country USA in 1991 as a claim to fame rest store chain.[18] It began with 8 stores and roughly 25 workers in Washington. In March 2000, New York-based Fenway Partners Inc. gained Sleep Country from Robert Cook and Sunny Kobe Cook. In 2003, Fenway Partners sold Sleep Country USA to the Atlanta-based Simmons Company. In August 2006, The Sleep Train, Inc. obtained the then-55-store Sleep Country USA Pacific Northwest chain from Simmons for $55m. The anchor kept on working as Sleep Country USA. Sleep Country Canada, an unaffiliated organization, utilizes a similar jingle.

Mattress Firm
Mattress Firm

In July 2015, the Kent, Washington-based Sleep Country USA organization reported that it would start rebranding the majority of its stores with the Sleep Train name, the California-based organization that is currently possessed by Mattress Firm. Work to change the signage at stores was relied upon to proceed into the fall of 2015, at any rate.

Markdown Mattress Barn

Markdown Mattress Barn (or simply Mattress Barn) was a chain of bedding stores found just in Florida. On August 29, 2014, it was reported that Mattress Firm would procure the majority of the rest of the Mattress Barn locations. In September 2014, the majority of the rest of the stores changed over into Mattress Firm.

Sleepys

In 2015, Mattress Firm declared its intends to purchase out its competitor Sleepy’s for $780 million. With this buy, Mattress Firm would come to have more than 3,500 stores.