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Mattress Giant

Mattress Giant Corporation
Former type Private
Industry Retail
Fate Acquired by Mattress Firm
Founded 1986 (1986)
Founders Abraham Isaac
Defunct 2012
Headquarters Addison, Texas, U.S.
Number of locations 360 (2008)[1]
Area served Northeastern U.S.
Midwestern U.S.
Southern U.S.
Key people Michael L. Glazer (CEO)
Robert Pulciani (CFO)
Elaine Crowley (CFO, EVP)
Products Mattresses, Bedding
Employees 800+
Website www.mattressgiant.com

Mattress Giant Corporation was an American retailing company and mattress store chain founded in 1986 in Miami, Florida. The company was based in Addison, Texas. In 2012 it was announced Mattress Firm would acquire all Mattress Giant locations in the U.S in a $47 million deal, virtually all Mattress Giant locations will convert to Mattress Firm. Some stores are being converted to Sleepy's. The deal closed in July 2012 and it effectively ended Mattress Giant's presence as a bedding retailer. The website was operated through December 2012; and it delivered mattress related products to houses. Mattress Giant had a total of 360 stores in 14 states nationwide.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "Growing Mattress Retailer Opens Two Locations in Texas and Florida". Mattress Giant website. Retrieved July 14, 2011. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Company profile
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