The USO of Indiana is proud to announce a new promotional partnership with Crash Beds in Indianapolis. Crash Beds is an Indianapolis based veteran owned and operated company founded with a purpose: to provide high-quality bedding at the lowest cost in the market. Their business model allows them to maintain affordable prices for luxury mattresses with a great set of options. They specialize in hybrid mattresses with comfort levels from plush to firm, and offer the opportunity to completely customize your mattress with different types of foam, coils, and covers.
Now through December 31, 2017 Crash Beds will donate $25 to the USO of Indiana from the sale of each mattress sold.
Crash Beds was co-founded by Brandon Landes and Matt Street. The founders are dedicated to keeping costs low by manufacturing and selling direct leaving customers happy, well rested, and with more money in their pockets. Charles Ridings, Executive Director, USO of Indiana, commented about the program, “We are proud to partner with Crash Beds for this charitable giving promotional program. As a veteran owned company, the great team at Crash Beds understands the important work we do in supporting of our service members and their families.”
Brandon Landes, Co-Founder, who spent eight years in the United States Army serving his country prior to working for Tempur-Sealy remarked, “we’re excited to embark on this partnership with the USO of Indiana. I received such great support from the USO during my service, and we are honored to donate a portion of our sales to the USO of Indiana.”
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