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September 25, 2009

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Zach Smith

Let us just hope the merging does not affect the quality of the mattresses these companies are selling. The tendency with merged companies is, they sell products in different product model names but the manufacturing methods are the same. I want to see Simmons in its former glory.

Simmons Mattress Store

It's an interesting situation, but the mattress industry is a distributor based marketplace. The competitiveness of local store's will stay consistent for sure. I don't see this financial merger changing the way these companies operate.

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