American Textile Co. based in Duquesne is one of the largest bedding manufacturers in the country and a leading provider of innovative sleep solutions sold under AllerEase, Sealy, Tempur-Pedic and store brands plans to expand with a new hospitality division, providing bedding to hotels.
The company has appointed Tim Keegan as senior vice president to lead the hospitality division, said that people are increasingly prioritizing wellness and healthier lifestyles. This is true for the hotels they choose and the amenities that hotels provide to their guests. American Textile Company is a leader in bedding that promotes better sleep, and they look forward to bringing these solutions to hotels, and the next generation of hotel guests.
Tim brings a deep level of industry insight and experience to this new role, which will extend key products into a new segment, said Blake Ruttenberg, EVP of Sales, Marketing and Product Development at American Textile Company.
Their significant investments to expand manufacturing and distribution over the last several years will also play an instrumental role in meeting the increased demands presented by the vast hospitality market.
American Textile Company's consumer-driven innovation continues to fuel year-over-year growth in the retail sector. The company currently employs more than 1,000 people worldwide, and sells products in 40,000 stores, recently announced licensing deals with the Sealy and Tempur-Pedic brands.
American Textile Company a family-owned and operated for over 90 years, its mattress and pillow protectors, pillows, comforters, mattress pads, sheets and blankets are sold in over 40,000 stores, catalogs and online retailers across the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
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