Welcome to a fresh new FloBeds. Eve has created a cleaner look for us. Our code team has not kept up with her, but I couldn’t wait to put it up, since even 80% is better than the old. She is mortified… I come from the ol “under construction” era… so this is great! All kidding aside, please excuse a few dead links and functionality issues for the next week or so as we button up the site.
I am especially appreciative of the new Mattress Selector that Eve and Johanna have developed. Sages How It Works (or Sleep-o-nator as we have taken to calling it) is pretty cool too. So look around, excuse the dust, and let us know how you like our new home. (And if a door doesn’t open or you can’t turn on the hot water, please let us know that too;)
Sage sleep advice from FloBeds founder, Dave Turner, who also happens to be the Mayor of our fair city of Fort Bragg, California… Really, he’s our founder and our Mayor! We had to give him his own “column”.
Life is too short for a cheap mattress. OK, something original… Quality is important. As my kids say: “Huge”. We don’t cut corners when it comes to the quality of our components. And because of our manufacturer-direct-to-you model, our prices are still reasonable. But right up there with quality and our attention to detail is our attention to YOU. We’re real good at getting your mattress Just Right for your body. And when we don’t, were the best at making it right. We can tune our beds to you. If we can’t… we give your money back. It’s not complicated, but it takes a lot of attention. We promise to give you our attention. I hope you enjoy our new improved look. Thanks Eve.
These are gifts the Turner family has received from our friends in Otsuchi. Sadly, many of these friends perished in the Tsunami.
Today, April 1, 2011 is First Friday in Fort Bragg. Merchants have put up Otsuchi Displays and are donating a percentage of sales to the Otsuchi Recovery Fund. As of yesterday, we had raised over $50,000.
FloBeds is donating 20% of First Friday Sales (today)
and 10% of our sales from April 2nd to April 10th.
Mayor Yamazaki and I plant Redwoods that were a gift from Fort Bragg to Otsuchi.
Otsuchi School Children help Anne and I plant more trees.
View of Otsuchi from old Samurai Castle in 2005
City Hall destroyed
Saying good bye outside City Hall in 2005
Mayor Yamazaki and Mayor Turner sign Sister City Agreement October 18, 2005