Sleep Train Expands with Purchase of Sleep City Locations

SACRAMENTO, Calif.-Sleep Train--parent company of the Mattress Discounters, Sleep Country USA and Sleep Train Mattress Centers specialty chains--has acquired eight Sleep City stores, expanding its presence in eastern Washington State and western Idaho.

The eight stores increase the total store count under Sleep Train's corporate umbrella to 273. Six of the new stores will become Mattress Discounters, and the two will carry the Sleep Country USA name. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Dale Carlsen, CEO of Sleep Train, said, "Acquiring Sleep City's Washington and Idaho locations allows us to continue to expand in growing markets where we can enhance our consumer connections and provide residents with more convenient locations for quality sleep products."

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