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Independent mattress manufacturer Gold Bond has joined forces with Agren, an appliance and mattress retailer, in a promotion to donate mattresses to Providence Recovery Resources, a recovery and rehabilitation charity.
Agren sells Gold Bond’s Private Reserve line under the Coastal Haven flag at its five showrooms in Maine that sell mattresses. As part of the program, for each Coastal Haven mattress sold, Gold Bond will produce a twin-sized mattress and donate it to the organization for its residential facility. The promotion will run through the end of December.
“We have a had a long history of supporting our retailers and the local communities where they do business, so we were very happy to partner with Agren to help this worthy cause,” said Bob Naboicheck, CEO of Gold Bond, based in Hartford, Connecticut. “Agren is an important example of a strong independent retailer who cares about its customers and communities, and we are happy to support them in this program.”
After a five-year relationship with Gold Bond, the retailer approached the mattress maker after one of Agren’s employees successfully completed a stay at the Providence Recovery Resource facility.
“When we experienced the amazing work that Providence is able to do, we wanted to help others in the community benefit from their program,” said Stephen Taylor, Agren mattress department manager. “Gold Bond is a great partner for us, both in terms of the quality, training and service they provide with their product, but equally important is their commitment to our community. We are grateful for their support.”
The Private Reserve collection features spring, foam and latex options. Among these, the mattresses contain Leggett & Platt’s 1950 Zoned Quantum Coil units with multiple layers of zoned nano coils, combined with Carpenter’s Aurora foam to facilitate airflow. Higher-end models also feature Talalay organic latex.
All mattresses in the six-model collection are two-sided, adjustable-base friendly and wrapped in 100% Belgium rayon damask covers.
Providence Recovery Resources is a non-profit scholarship foundation aimed at helping men and women find a sober living environment. It provides a wide range of recovery-based programs ranging from 28-day in-patient treatment to long-term sober living houses.