On Saturday, January 25th, the Liberty Choirs at Liberty High School are pleased to host our 3rd Annual Mattress Fundraising event. This event has been VERY successful for us over the past two years, helping Liberty Choirs raise over $33,000! These funds go directly toward our transportation and registration costs for local, regional, and national festivals and competitions.
This may seem crazy but statistics prove it works; 10% of the population buys a new mattress every year! If it happens to be your year for a new mattress, now is the time to buy. There will be 30 different styles on display; these are all top quality, NEW, name brand mattresses (like Simmons and Beautyrest), and there will be a team of experts on hand to answer any questions you may have. We change our LHS Commons into a fabulous Showroom, where you can shop from us at Liberty High School just like you would any store. Prices, before this special offer, are already discounted compared to standard retail, so this is a tremendous savings to you and your family if you’re in need of a new mattress.
When: One day only - Saturday, January 25th
Where: Liberty High School 16655 Patriot Way SE, Renton, WA, 98059
Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm
This is a no pressure sale, just stop in and take a look. Everything you can get from another mattress retailer you'll find available through our event. Need home delivery? It's available. Need an old mattress hauled away? It's available. Need to finance a purchase? That's available too and there’s even free layaway! Whatever your needs, we’ve got you covered!
It is a pleasure to find a way to help the Liberty Choirs while providing value and cost savings to our community and staff. We appreciate your support and all that you do and hope you can take advantage of these terrific savings - please feel free to share this with all of your extended family.
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