Value City Furniture to Unveil Right Sleep Shop

ValueCityFurnitureCOLUMBUS, Ohio-Value City Furniture will conduct a grand opening for its Right Sleep Shop this Friday, Aug. 30, at its West Broad Street store here.

The new shop offers a one-stop location for mattresses and bedding. A Value City statement said the Right Sleep Shop will offer mattress brands such as Sealy, Serta, American Signature and others. It will be manned by "trained sleep consultants," who will aid shoppers to find the right mattress for their needs, the statement said.

The focus of the new concept will be on helping consumers get a better night's sleep. Bill Bush, Value City's bedding merchandise manager, said, "This is about our customers getting the sleep they deserve, so they are healthier and more energized in the morning."

A Value City spokeswoman added that the retailer plans to roll out the concept in more markets in the future.

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