Mattresses and Golf Clubs

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Golf Lessons (What the Mattress Industry Can Learn From Golf)
There is a similarity between golf clubs and mattresses. No, I haven’t lost my mind,         but I’m pretty sure that I have your attention now.
I don’t play golf, even though I do like watching it for some reason. I never have played and probably won’t, so while I’m no expert, I do know that we can learn a lesson from golf.

OK, I’ll Explain                                                                                                                               The similarity is that golf clubs are limited in design by strict parameters as are mattresses. In the modern era there always has been and always will be putters, irons and drivers . Mattresses always have and probably always will have a mattress and a foundation and come in four basic sizes.

I Get It!                                                                                                                                        Golfers, please don’t write to let me know how much clubs have improved. Same with mattresses, I get…

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About sellmorebeds

Gerry Morris is an author, speaker, and veteran industry consultant with over 25 years of experience in the mattress business. Gerry began his career as a manufacturer’s representative for Serta in 1986. He is passionate about the benefits of a good night's sleep and enjoys educating others on the true value of a good mattress. Gerry is the author of Sell More Beds and Spring Training, two of the most widely read books in the history of the mattress industry. Gerry is a columnist for Sleep Savvy Magazine, a member of the National Speakers Association and a sought after sales trainer and coach. He is also an avid and accomplished triathlete.
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