Organic Mattresses, Inc. (OMI), announced that it was featured in an article in the prestigious New York Times Style Magazine. OMI was a clear favorite as the reporter wrote about the struggles of choosing the right mattress “among the sea of white rectangles in retail stores.” The New York Times Style Magazine reaches 1,700, 000 subscribers monthly and strikes at the essence of a stylish life. The 13 annual issues are devoted to different topics about chic living while also achieving the kind of in-depth reporting that you expect from The New York Times.
OMI’s mattresses were not only touted for extreme comfort and style, but also for its use of 100-percent organic material and “Made in America” seal. The reporter praised the bed’s use of wool, stating wool is “one of the finest things you can put in a mattress, the best wick for moisture.” Out of the five other mattresses mentioned, OMI was the only brand the reporter could ultimately see taking home, complete with its wool mattress topper.
“Having a third party endorsement from a well respected and highly influential publication such as the New York Times Style Magazine makes us extremely proud,” said OMI CEO and President Walt Bader. “This recognition reinforces our commitment to providing our customers with high quality, eco-friendly, stylish and comfortable sleep products and is a great indication that we are succeeding in these initiatives.”
Made in the USA in the only GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) large-scale facility, OMI is a full-circle environmental company dedicated to supporting America’s organic and sustainable farmers. OMI’s handmade, custom organic mattresses are manufactured in Northern California in the first and only Eco-Factory™ in North America built solely to manufacture organic products. OMI mattresses are also Greenguard-certified and qualify under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s LEEDs indoor air-quality program. For more information, go to www.omimattress.com
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