Why they matter: At first glance this looks like bad news for innerspring producers, as the category has lost two percentage points of market share in two years. But when sales of hybrids are included, it turns out that beds with innersprings actually gained five percentage points of market share in the past two years in bedding specialty stores. This is the dollar share of memory foam sleep sets in bedding specialty stores in 2014 and 2016, respectively. Why they matter: The gains in hybrids led to a slight decline in innerspring sales (see above), but they sparked a bigger decline in the sales of memory foam beds — a loss of five percentage points of market share. But it also must be remembered that memory foam is in many hybrid beds, a fact that lessens the impact of this market share loss. Doing the math: Bedding specialty stores are setting a strong growth pace in the industry, with major retailers generally finding ways to remain on high-growth curves. They are achieving that growth, product-wise, by embracing hybrid sleep sets, which have posted significant dollar share growth in the past two years. While innerspring beds have lost some share, memory foam beds have lost even more. But the gains by hybrids were strong enough to offset those declines. Given their high-growth ways, bedding specialty stores are watched closely by bedding observers across the country.
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June ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน 3 ฟุต 7, loss prevention at Macy's, 2201 Warrensville Center Road, notified police that a male attempted to steal clothing worth $444. When discovered, the suspect left the clothing behind and fled the area in a car. DUS, Silsby Road: At 12:15 a.m. June 9, police stopped a car driven by a Maple Heights man, 23, due to a traffic violation. It was subsequently found that the man was driving with a suspended license. In addition, the man was arrested on a warrant issued by Oakwood Village police. Suspicious person, Cedar Road: At 4:15 p.m. June 9, police were notified about a man stumbling as he walked on the Cedar Road sidewalk. Police determined that the man, 28, of University Heights, was under the influence of drugs and took him to the hospital.
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