Spring Air Sommex Leases Space at World Market Center

TORONTO-Canadian mattress manufacturer Spring Air Sommex has signed a multiyear lease for showroom space at the World Market Center in Las Vegas.

The space is room 948 in building A. According to a company statement, it will serve as the U.S. showroom during upcoming Las Vegas markets and will support the company's sales team during off-market times for customer presentations.

In May, Spring Air Sommex acquired mattress and basic-bedding manufacturer Natura World. The company said the new showroom would allow it to re-introduce the Natura brand and its ObusForme brand of ergonomically designed sleep products to the U.S. market.

The new showroom "is an important step and investment for the company to support its mandate to better serve its customers," Spring Air Sommex said.

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