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Intellibed Adds Industry Veteran Ross Olinski to Corporate Team

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Intellibed recently welcomed Ross Olinski to the corporate team as Vice President of Manufacturing and Product Development. He brings more than two decades of industry experience to Intellibed and will be focused on product innovation, presentation, and the expansion of manufacturing partnerships.

Olinski’s mattress industry background includes senior positions across both sales and manufacturing. His industry tenure is marked by an impressive track record of forging strong customer and partner relationships, leading research and development centers, and the successful implementation of new manufacturing methods. Prior to joining Intellibed, he served as Vice President of Sales at Talalay Global, a latex foam manufacturing company.

“Intellibed has grown rapidly over the last two years, and we are proud to be joined by a respected industry veteran who understands the needs of our valued retail partners as they strive to provide best-in-class sleep experiences for their customers,” said Colin House, CEO at Intellibed. “We are in the process of building a long-term, sustainable and scalable business model and Ross’ expertise, particularly related to manufacturing processes, will be critical as we bring new innovations to market and expand our U.S. footprint.”

About Intellibed: Intellibed is a trusted category leader with one of the most unique customer centric value propositions in the industry, providing scientifically-engineered products proven to help people achieve a better night’s sleep. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, Intellibed partners with mattress retailers across North America to bring their premium Gel Matrix Mattress and Smart Base technology to consumers. For more information, visit www.intellibed.com.

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