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  • Las Vegas Market: BedJet is ‘best in show’ July 30, 2014
    The BedTimes blog Here are more video shorts from our travels through Las Vegas Market mattress and sleep products showrooms. One of the most interesting things we saw was engineer Mark Aramli’s newest invention BedJet–an “air-breathing engine for the bed” that can warm and cool any mattress. With two units, sleeping partners can adjust the [...]The post Las
  • Veteran editor and journalist joins ISPA publications July 30, 2014
    The International Sleep Products Association has hired Betsi Robinson to the newly created position of associate editor for its two publications, BedTimes and Sleep Savvy. In her new role, Robinson is responsible for editing and writing articles, coordinating production with editors and design staff, and contributing to the editorial direction of both public
  • Textile veteran Dennis St. Louis joins Creative Ticking July 30, 2014
    Mattress fabric supplier Creative Ticking Inc., a division of Beverly Knits, with headquarters in Gastonia, North Carolina, has hired industry veteran Dennis St. Louis to the new position vice president of business development and national accounts. He is responsible for expanding the company’s market penetration, product lines and capabilities, and managing

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  • Chocolate Can Help Me Sleep? SWEET!!! July 30, 2014
    Blogger:  Deb Chapman Some of my close friends can attest to the fact that I have recently embarked on a quest to eat more healthfully.  I’ve given up red meat…(although I can’t deny that sometimes the smell of cooked burgers wafting out the door when I pass a Five Guys makes  my mouth water.)  I’ve been […]
  • A Bed for Every BODY! July 22, 2014
    Blogger: Terry Cralle, RN, MS, CPHQ and spokesperson for the Better Sleep Council @PowerofSleep No matter what your weight or body type, a comfortable mattress is a key component in healthy weight management. Although traditionally weight management has been equated exclusively with diet and exercise, recent research demonstrates that sleep quality and sleep
  • Sell Me a Nap…Please! July 14, 2014
    Blogger: Karin Mahoney. The baby is taking his morning nap (cue the hallelujah chorus!) And now in writing that, I want a nap. HAHAHAHA. Oh wait. This is real life and a nap is a mere dream. But seriously, my whole perspective on naps has changed since baby. Back in the day, I used to […]