Malouf Releases Custom Sleep Accessory Display
Malouf recently released a custom display rack that allows retailers to creatively promote a wide range of sleep accessories in their store. The new display, designed in-house by the Malouf retail merchandising team, adds to the company’s current selection of point-of-purchase items. “We want to offer the best merchandising solutions in the industry, so our partners can bring in new customers and increase sales,” said Eric Holmstead, national sales manager for Malouf. “This custom display will elevate their product presentation and give their customers a better, hands-on shopping experience.” Previewed at Las Vegas Market this last summer, retailers can use this display to present an assortment of Malouf pillows, sheets, and protectors. They can choose from one of five pre-designed configurations or create their own layout with display boxes and angled shelves.
The custom sleep accessory display is now available on the Malouf Wholesale Resource Center, and qualifying accounts can receive the display for free. For more information, contact a Malouf sales representative at 800-517-7179.
About Malouf: A leader in the furniture and bedding industry, Malouf offers a wide range of innovative products including mattresses, adjustable bed bases, furniture, pillows, sheets, mattress protectors, bed frames, and mattress toppers. Malouf products are available in over 15,000 retail partner locations in the U.S. and its growing international team now serves over 25 countries. Known for its commitment to quality, pricing, and service, Malouf continues to expand its vertical integration capabilities to better serve its customers with more than 400 global patents and trademarks. Malouf, a Certified B Corporation®, was founded in 2003 by Sam and Kacie Malouf and is headquartered in Logan, Utah. For more information, visit maloufsleep.com.
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