direct mattress & furniture corp

248 north ave
new rochelle, new york 10801

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4639498

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WESTCHESTER

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2014 - DIRECT MATTRESS & FURNITURE CORP









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    By Elizabeth Segran - Thursday Oct 12, 2017

    In another sign that the $14 billion mattress industry is undergoing a sea change, Mattress Firm has just debuted a bed that customers can buy online and have shipped directly to their house—in a box—in two days. This new brand, called Tulo, launches online today, with queen-size beds going for $650, which is on the …

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    By Sarah Buhr - Friday Jul 28, 2017

     Purple, a Utah-based mattress startup announced today it will merge with Global Partner Acquisition Corp (GPAC) in a deal that would value the company at $1.1 billion. Purple was already well on its way to that valuation when we got to take a sneak peek at operations at the company’s headquarters in the small town of Alpine, Utah and its giant factory an hour away in rural Grantsville… Read More

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    By Melissa Locker - Wednesday Aug 30, 2017

    In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Houston institutions are jumping in to to help their community. While some (notably Joel Osteen) seemed to take a few days to recognize the need, Mattress Mack immediately stepped up. As the floodwaters rose, Houstonian Jim McIngvale, known as Mattress Mack, decided to turn his shop Gallery Furniture into a makeshift shelter, making … Continue reading “Mattress Mack is the hero Houston needs right now”

    In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Houston institutions are jumping in to to help their community. While some (notably Joel Osteen) seemed to take a few days to recognize the need, Mattress Mack immediately stepped up.

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    By JULIET LINDERMAN, Associated Press - Friday Sep 1, 2017

    HOUSTON (AP) — Of all the places that have been turned into shelters for Hurricane Harvey victims — a megachurch, a ballpark, a gas station, a bowling alley, among them — the one with the most comfortable sleeping arrangements surely must be the Gallery Furniture showroom.Owner Jim McIngvale, better known as Mattress Mack, threw open a couple of his stores to anyone in need, offering food, clean bathrooms and, of course, luxury bedding."If this is what you call a shelter, I might not want to go home," said 47-year-old India Jackson, who marveled at the silky pillowcases, the $1,000 mattresses and the atrium with its live ocelot and colorful macaws.

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    Mattress Firm finally caved. After bucking the $1.5 billion bed-in-a-box movement and even disparaging the industry as just “hype,” the Houston company will jump into the hot category on Friday. Mattress Firm’s bed-in-a-box brand is called Tulo. With Tulo, Mattress Firm is taking aim at Casper, the 800-pound gorilla in the space that’s backed by...

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