Therapedic Mattress Idaho expands

FILER, Id. (News Release) Everton Mattress Manufacturing, which does business under the name of Therapedic Mattress Idaho, has added executive employees Todd Branson as general manager and Derrick Hanson to its newly created position of lead sales & marketing. Branson has held factory management positions with Serta Phoenix for the last 15 years and was a production factory lead with Sealy Mattress in Denver. Hanson has various furniture and mattress retail sales management positions during the last 15 years with Everton Mattress retail in Twin Falls and most recently with Wilson Bates in Elko, NV.
“During the last twelve months we have invested $500,000 in new manufacturing equipment including a new tape edge station, pillow top machine and a state of the art tack and jump quilting machine,” said company owner Chris Sanders. “All are used to increase our output, improve efficiencies, and enhance the overall fit and finish of the product.”

Due to additional sales experienced this year, Therapedic Idaho has leased an additional over the road tractor, hired new drivers, purchased several new trailers and a panel truck for special marketing events. “We have expanded new sales routes that require these new resources,” Sanders said.

Everton recently leased and additional adjacent 9,000 square foot building to store raw materials, adding to their 40,000 square foot processing facility.

In April 2014, Everton Mattress Manufacturing was purchased by 20-year employee Chris Sanders. Sanders took over the Filer manufacturing facility while the Everton Mattress retail location in Twin Falls remains under Steve Everton’s management and ownership.
Everton Mattress Manufacturing located to Twin Falls in the 1930’s before moving operations to Filer in 2003. Therapedic Mattress Idaho is one of 15 factories producing the national brand Therapedic Mattress in the United States as well as private label, university and contract mattresses.

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