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Mattress Retailer Collects Over 50,000 School Supplies for Foster Kids

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Sleep Country USA announced that  donations collected by the Kent, Washington-based mattress retailer, many more  Northwest foster children went back to school equipped for success this year.

Sleep Country USA, tallied up 50,309 total items donated in its annual School Supply Drive for Foster Kids. School supplies were donated at all Sleep Country locations in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho from July 30th to September 9th and donations were distributed among 18 foster care non-profit partners. Sleep Country hosts 6 annual donation drives throughout the year, collecting basic material items for Northwest foster children as part of the Sleep Country Foster Kids Program.

Sleep Country is currently collecting new, water-resistant warm coats through November 4th and beginning November 5th, toys and gifts for the holidays.

About Sleep Country USA: Sleep Country USA is the No. 1 bedding specialist in the Northwest, with more than 80 mattress stores throughout the region.

Founded in 1991, Sleep Country USA features top-quality, brand-name mattresses from Beautyrest®, Sealy®, Posturepedic®, Tempur-Pedic®, Stearns & Foster®, and Serta iComfort®, as well as premium adjustable beds, futons, and wood and metal accent beds. The company emphasizes customer service and satisfaction with its Money Back Comfort Guarantee and Free Red Carpet Delivery Service. Sleep Country USA’s award-winning Sleep Country Foster Kids program actively contributes to its communities through ongoing donation drives and fundraising events that benefit the Northwest’s nearly 20,000 foster children. For more information about Sleep Country USA or the Sleep Country Foster Kids program, visit www.sleepcountry.com or call 1-888-88-SLEEP.

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