Protect-A-Bed Launches Facebook Holiday Sweepstakes

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CHICAGO-Protect-A-Bed has initiated the Holiday Beauty Sleep Sweepstakes on its Facebook page.

The sweepstakes, which began yesterday, offers U.S. residents 18 years of age and older a chance to win an item from the company's Luxury Sleep Line. A daily winner was chosen yesterday, and one daily winner each will be chosen today and on Dec. 12 and Dec. 13. On Dec. 14, a grand prize winner will be selected to win the full Luxury Sleep Line of products, along with an electronic sound conditioner. The collection consists of the Luxury Mattress Protector, the Luxury Pillow System and the Luxury Sleep Story.

James Bell, Protect-A-Bed's CEO, said the sweepstakes "will offer people the opportunity to catch up on some much-needed relaxation during this busy season by offering them a chance to create a healthy sleep environment."

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