King Koil Gains Licenses for Donny Osmond, Duck Dynasty Mattress Lines

KKDDMC_logoWILLOWBROOK, Ill.-King Koil has signed agreements for licensed mattress collections with both Donny Osmond Home and the A&E Networks television series "Duck Dynasty."

The Duck Dynasty collection will be on display at this month's Las Vegas Market, in King Koil's showroom in building A, rooms 535 to 547, of the World Market Center. It will consist of nine innerspring models priced in queen sizes from $399-$1,099. The design of this collection incorporates varying layers of gel-infused contour foams, memory foams and other materials.

The mattresses have quilted covers colored in cream, and feature "Duck Dynasty's" trademarked brown/green camouflage duck pattern on the borders and handles, and as decorative accents.

"Our objective is to provide retailers with a reasonably priced line that has the brand pulling power to attract and engage the millions of loyal 'Duck Dynasty' fans," said Dave Roberts, King Koil's president and chief operating officer.

Details on the mattresses in the Donny Osmond Home line were unavailable. This collection will be formally launched at the January 2015 Las Vegas Market.

Roberts said, "The Donny Osmond brand personifies trust, integrity and family focus not only in its tagline (Making Home and Family #1), but also in the range of licensed products that are designed to enhance harmony at home and to encourage family togetherness."

 

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