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Seahawk Designs Reaches 1,500 Store Distribution Benchmark

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Seahawk Designs Inc., creators of the patented STO-A-WAY® mattress foundation, announced that their products are now being carried in more than 1,500 stores nationwide. Seahawk Designs products are currently carried at major retailers throughout the U.S. including Sit ‘n Sleep, Sleep Train and Sleepy’s.

In order to grow their dealer network even further, Seahawk will be unveiling a new point of purchase program, the patent-pending “Deco Pack”, at the Summer Las Vegas Market. An easy-to-use demonstration piece, the Deco Pack is an attractive mini-comforter, with two pillow shams and a decorative pillow sewn together. The display piece simplifies the process for the RSA when giving customers a rest test because the items are fastened together and come off and on the bed together assuring a perfectly-made bed each time. The Deco Pack was designed to work with all Seahawk Designs products including their STO-A-WAY storage system and works to enhance the bedding vignette.

“This is an important achievement for our company as it represents a national footprint with prestigious retailers. Consumers understand that space under the bed has many more options and can be utilized more efficiently. We believe our message of quality, service and value resonate in the marketplace and has resulted in this momentum,” said Seahawk Designs CEO, William Jahn.

To view Seahawk Designs’ latest collections at the Las Vegas market, visit the Classic Sleep showroom located on the ninth floor of Building B at space B-0970.

Seahawk Designs Inc., creators of the STO-A-WAY® bed storage system is eadquartered in Riverside, Calif.  Seahawk Designs Inc. products are available in over 1,500 retailers nationwide. For more information, visit: www.sto-a-way.com

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