Shelby Township, MI – December 2, 2010 – Mattress To Go announced their recent donation of new pillows to Abigayle Ministries in Sterling Heights through Mattress To Go’s Comfort For Everyone program.
“We’re very happy to help out Abigayle Ministries and we’re proud of the work they perform,” stated Mattress To Go owner Jeff Scheuer. “Mattress To Go has a strong tradition of giving back to the local community and our new Comfort For Everyone program perfectly describes what we’re all about. Not only are we making premium mattresses incredibly affordable at prices lower – by far – than anywhere else, but we’re also helping those who are less fortunate by donating a new pillow to a local shelter for every mattress set purchased at our store. Every transaction benefits both our customers and those in need. What could be better?”
Mattress To Go owner Jeff Scheuer created Comfort For Everyone as his store’s permanent donation program. Donations of new pillows are made on a quarterly basis to local shelters for every mattress set purchased at Mattress To Go. Comfort For Everyone consolidates Mattress To Go’s donation efforts under one umbrella. Scheuer hopes this program will help raise awareness regarding those who are less fortunate and inspire others to give back, especially during this holiday season.
About Mattress To Go:
Mattress To Go, located at the NE corner of 23 Mile and Van Dyke in Shelby Township, features premium innerspring, memory foam and latex mattresses from brands such as Therapedic, Kathy Ireland Home, Memory Touch Memory Foam and Pure Touch Latex. They feature the area’s most knowledgeable and expertly trained staff and recently received the 2010 Pinnacle Award from Therapedic for superior customer service, product knowledge and sales. Mattress To Go is open seven days a week.
About Abigayle Ministries:
Abigayle Ministries residential program provides support and housing to homeless pregnant women who stay throughout their pregnancy and three months postpartum. The resource center provides pregnant women and families with infants in the community who are in need of baby items such as diapers, formula, and clothing. The ministry depends on the monetary and material donations from the community. Volunteers are needed for such things as overnight coverage, giving rides to doctor appointments and many other areas. Contact: Diane Wagner at 586-323-1411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.