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Everton Mattress

In 1924 Everton Mattress Factory began as a small bedding company in Logan Utah. In the 1930â??s Everton moved to Twin Falls, Idaho. Everton Mattress joined â??Restonicâ?? in 1970. Restonic was a national brand found primarily in the East. Everton Mattress was the first Restonic Factory in the Northwest. In 2003 the factory moved from Twin Falls, Idaho to Filer, Idaho going from 30,000 square feet of manufacturing and storage space to 80,000 square feet. In 2007 Everton Mattress Factory began mattress production under the Therapedic brand in addition to many private label lines. Chris Sanders joined the company in 1994 and held many positions during his tenure (Retail Store Manager, Director of Retail Operations, Wholesale Sales Manager, VP of Sales, Company President) and 2014 purchased the factory from the Everton family. In 2017 he purchased Bodilyâ??s Furniture and Mattress which was a long-time customer of Everton Mattress (30 years). He runs these companies with his wife and children. The Everton Factory currently ships Idaho produced product to Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, Utah and the entire state of Idaho. Since 2014 the company has heavily reinvested in adding new equipment to improve the quality, fit, and finish and to provide overall improvements to its products.