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Restwell Mattress named Comfort Solutions licensee for five states

WILLOWBROOK, Ill. — Top 10 bedding producer Comfort Solutions has signed a licensee agreement with Restwell Mattress Co., a family-owned manufacturer based in Surrey, British Columbia.

Restwell Mattress will distribute Comfort Solutions products in Washington, Oregon, Montana and Idaho starting in January. The producer began shipping products earlier this year in Alaska, the first time that state has been served by Comfort Solutions.

"We're extremely pleased to have Restwell Mattress as a new licensee serving retailers in five Northwest states," said Dave Roberts, president of Comfort Solutions. "The company has been a successful family business since it was founded in 1990 and has a well-established reputation for building quality, comfort and value into its products."

Owned by CEO Troy Zanatta, Restwell manufactures its own brand and private label bedding, among other products. The company serves retailers in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan and also sells to hotels, motels and care facilities throughout western Canada.

Restwell Mattress will replace Northwest Bedding, a Spokane, Wash.-based, factory-direct manufacturer of mattresses and bedroom furniture with stores in the Spokane area, as a Comfort Solutions licensee.

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