Sleep Train Voted "Best Mattresses" 2010

Sleep Train Voted “Best Mattresses" in KCRA A-List and "Best Beds & Mattresses" in Best of Baylist! 

Sleep Train, the number one bedding specialist on the West Coast, has once again taken top honors in the prestigious "Best of the KCRA 3 A-List" category “Best Mattresses 2010”, and the San Francisco Chronicle’s Best of BayList for “Best Beds & Mattresses”. Both KCRA and conduct online polls inviting readers to vote for the companies that are best in their category.

The "Best of the KCRA 3 A-List" annual competition had over 1,400 nominated businesses in the Sacramento area in many categories, such as Arts and Entertainment, Beauty, Cheap Eats, Fashion, Great Meals, Health and Fitness, Nightlife, Shopping, Specialty Food and Drink, and Weddings. KCRA 3 viewers vote for their favorite businesses, email listings to friends and family, submit testimonials, and nominate businesses that were not already on the list. This was Sleep Train’s second consecutive year being named Number 1 in the “Best Mattress” store category.

The SFGate Best of BayList is an interactive city guide featuring promotional contests hosted by and powered by CityVoter. and CityVoter choose the BayList categories, and readers nominate eligible businesses. Consumers vote for and recommend their favorites from more than 11,000 of The Bay Area's best local businesses and winners are spotlighted online.

“Sleep Train is proud to have been graciously voted to such esteemed lists by their loyal customers,” said Terry Horsley, Vice President of Brand Strategy, Sleep Train. “These honors coincide with the celebration of our 25th year in business and ongoing success in the region.   We believe it’s a reflection of our commitment to the community and dedication to provide the best customer service possible.”

Sleep Train gives back to its community through the Sleep Train Foster Kids program which supports regional foster organizations, families and children through donation drives and cash gifts. The company is currently accepting donations of new clothes in all sizes for its annual Clothing Drive, which can be dropped off at any of the company’s more than 80 stores throughout the region.