Tempur-Pedic opens a flagship location in Bellevue

The store is the company’s 42nd location in the United States.

(Left to right) David Heimann, store lead, Maher Sarieh, retail stores operations manager, Bruce Capaccio, west regional retail stores director, Brody Rodgers Bellevue store manager, and (kneeling) Kirby Fralick, store lead, pose to celebrate the new Tempur-Pedic flagship location in Bellevue. Tempur-Pedic / courtesy photo

(Left to right) David Heimann, store lead, Maher Sarieh, retail stores operations manager, Bruce Capaccio, west regional retail stores director, Brody Rodgers Bellevue store manager, and (kneeling) Kirby Fralick, store lead, pose to celebrate the new Tempur-Pedic flagship location in Bellevue. Tempur-Pedic / courtesy photo

Tempur-Pedic recently opened a new store in Bellevue at 929 Bellevue Way Northeast.

The store is the company’s 42nd flagship retail location in the United States and fills a space formerly occupied by JoS. A. Bank under the Avalon Towers within walking distance of Bellevue Square.

“We are very excited to be a part of the Bellevue community in this centralized location,” store manager Brody Rodgers said.

The store’s hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. The management team includes store leads David Heimann and Kirby Fralick.

The new store includes displays of Tempur-Pedic’s Adapt, LuxeAdapt, ProBreeze and LuxeBreeze mattress lines. The ProBreeze and LuxeBreeze are the latest lines introduced and the store also sells adjustable bases and Tempur-Pedic pillows.

“Bellevue residents are among the first people in the country to be able to try out our new Breeze line of mattresses,” Rodgers said.

Rodgers added that the store has a retail environment designed to represent a premium brand.

Tempur-Pedic maintains three flagship locations in Washington and prior to the Bellevue location, the nearest retail store was in the Tukwila Southcenter. Tempur-Pedic’s other flagship locatios is housed in Lynnwood’s Alderwood Mall.

“These stores provide a retail environment to showcase Tempur-Pedic products, with a unique and uniform showroom appearance,” Rodgers said. “Customers can try our products and obtain a thorough understanding of the features and benefits in a low-pressure, educational sales environment. This allows customers to make a purchasing decision based on what they feel is best suited to their individual needs, at a pace that they are comfortable with.”

Tempur-Pedic is a Kentucky-based corporation that exists under the Tempur Sealy International organization.

The Bellevue Tempur-Pedic location held a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce in March.

Bellevue Chamber of Commerce / courtesy photo
                                (From left) store lead David Heimann, Bellevue store manager Brody Rodgers and store lead Kirby Fralick. celebrate at the Bellevue Tempur-Pedic flagship retail store ribbon cutting on March 7.

Bellevue Chamber of Commerce / courtesy photo (From left) store lead David Heimann, Bellevue store manager Brody Rodgers and store lead Kirby Fralick. celebrate at the Bellevue Tempur-Pedic flagship retail store ribbon cutting on March 7.

Tempur-Pedic / courtesy photo
                                The 42nd Tempur-Pedic flagship retail store is located in Bellevue in the former location of a JoS. A. Bank store under the Avalon Towers, within walking distance of Bellevue Square and across the street from the Hyatt Regency.

Tempur-Pedic / courtesy photo The 42nd Tempur-Pedic flagship retail store is located in Bellevue in the former location of a JoS. A. Bank store under the Avalon Towers, within walking distance of Bellevue Square and across the street from the Hyatt Regency.

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