CES: Achieve new positions

January 4, 2011

If you’re going to Las Vegas, you might as well go to bed in public. And what better way to do that than on a mattress whose ability to achieve new positions is unrivaled? Leonard Cohen would be jealous.

Yes, it’s true.  There will be a mattress on the floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center starting January 6 for the 2011 CES show.

Actually, it will be in the Vivon Life booth (South Hall, lower level #22057).  It may be the first sleep mattress ever to be shown at the Consumer Electronics Show and we think it will get people to turn their heads and take notice.

Vivon is the new premium mattress company that brings technology and comfort together.  The big breakthrough idea is that we have patent-pending technologies that bring all the moving parts inside the mattress; we call these Positional Mattresses (they change positions – and we don’t want to be called “adjustable beds”!).  It’s the perfect mattress for people who embrace technology and love using their iPad, smartphone, eBook readers, or Wii games in bed.  That’s why it just makes sense for a tech-driven mattress to be at CES this year.

At CES, we are announcing a new line of Vivon Prestige Powered by Brookstone Massage mattresses.  Here again, we’ve figured out a way to make all the moving parts go inside the mattress itself.  It’s nothing short of amazing and I hope you can stop by our booth in the South Hall (Booth #22057) to see it and feel it.  Brookstone has been a trusted leader in massage for 40 years and we couldn’t be more pleased to partner with them.

Massage? Mattress? Vegas? Positions? Partner? Adjustable beds? All of the above, please.

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