Best Mattress Brand Blog Announces Top Mattress Headlines List of 2012

As the new year begins, releases the biggest mattress industry stories of 2012, highlighting what to watch in the upcoming year.

Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) January 02, 2013

One of the best ways to start the new year is reflecting on the past one, and in business that often means taking a look at the biggest successes and news in your industry. Mattress blog did just that in their latest post, covering the biggest mattress industry headlines from 2012.

The post, aptly titled “2012's Top Mattress Industry Headlines”, covers the top 10 shakeups, successes and market introductions that took place in the last year. Sure to be of interest to anyone that follows or works in the mattress sector, the write-up offers a well-written, factual take on events, and provides a glimpse into possible newsmakers of 2013.

Stories discussed include mergers like Tempurpedic's pending acquisition of Sealy and rebranding efforts by the likes of Simmons. It also looks at the introduction of gel-based memory foams and industry response, adjustable bed and mattress sales trends, the top-reviewed status of Astrabed's ErgoStar Evolution adjustable base, among other news. The headlines indicated continued consolidation of major brands and trends strongly favoring specialty mattresses.

Customer reception to new technologies and continued sales growth appear to offer exciting manufacturing and retail prospects for the coming year. The article closes with a brief overview on forecasted trends to keep an eye on as 2013 kicks off. Readers are also invited to share their favorites, and subscribe to receive the latest news on mattress brands with upcoming posts to include mattress reviews and brand comparisons. is a mattress research blog designed to provide information to mattress shoppers. With a mission to make bed shopping easier, editors provide unbiased assessments of manufacturer claims and customer satisfaction. The blog also features industry news and brand reviews based on first and third party research, and offers weekly newsletters for subscribers.

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