Otis Bed Haley 150

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Otis Bed Manufacturing, Inc, was established in Buffalo, NY, in 1882 by George Otis, who produced handmade mattresses and boxsprings and delivered them by horse and buggy. This kind of dedication and pride has carried the company through more than a century of success. Today, combining advanced modern technology with traditional quality craftsmanship, Otis’ products represent the industry standard for comfort, quality, and durability. Otis Bed grew to become the largest and most respected mattress manufacturer in Western New York that produces high performance sleep & cushioning systems for the consumer and medical products market. They are dedicated to total customer satisfaction, uncompromising integrity, and consistently superior sleep products and services. The rest of America is resting on Otis… why aren’t you?
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