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The modern day Princess and the Pea

31 Aug 2010

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Have you ever struggled to fall asleep at night and felt that something was just not right?

Perhaps you and your partner prefer different mattresses? Well if this sounds like you then you need to talk to David Butterworth at South Wharf’s Snooze store.

David and his staff can help fit you to the perfect mattress no matter what dilemma you have.

Using the exclusive “My Side Technology”, which was launched a year ago, they can match you and you partner to your most suited mattress by calculating more than 1000 measurements.

“We ask a few questions and use the profiling unit and that helps to find the bed that gives you the best fit and support for posture and correct pressure relief,” David said.

Using the information provided by the technology, South Wharf’s Snooze then manufacturers a bed to suit both your side and your partner’s.

“The response to the ‘Sleep to Live, My Side Technology’ has been unbelievable. It’s exclusive to Snooze and I think people were really looking for a product like this,” Mr Butterworth said.

As well as providing the latest in mattress technology, South Wharf’s Snooze also has a range of beds that are exclusive to them and a team which knows what its talking about.

Prior to opening his Snooze store David worked in the wholesale industry selling bedroom furniture to businesses including Snooze.

“It was through my wholesaling to Snooze that the opportunity came up to own the shop here in South Wharf,” David said.

“Snooze is a fantastic company, with really personalised furniture and service and the opportunity to be here at South Wharf with all the other major outlets committed was a major draw card,” he said.

David said he loved being in The Hub at South Wharf, even if it means he is up against his direct competitors.

“Being next to or across from the competition makes us rise to the challenge and that allows us to provide the best and most competitive service to our clients,”
he said.

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