Jamison Bedding Returns to High Point

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BRENTWOOD, Tenn.-Jamison Bedding will exhibit at the upcoming High Point Market, the first time in 10 years that the mattress manufacturer has participated in a High Point show.

The company will present its products in space M615 in the International Home Furnishings Center building. In a statement, Jamison said its return to High Point is "the beginning of an exciting new vision and direction for the company." It will debut two new mattress collections at the show, Oceana and TLC, along with adding new models to its Hypnos Stadia and Vitapedic groupings.

The Jamison statement said its market theme will be a "counter-pharmaceutical" position, emphasizing that Jamison products are "natural sleep aids" with no side effects.

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