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Should I Sell TVs at a Mattress Store? Of Course, You Should!

December 1, 2023

It might sound crazy when you first hear the question, but if you’re wondering whether you should consider adding TVs to your furniture- or bedding-only retail location, the answer is a resounding, “Yes.”

As of 2023, there are an estimated 123.8 million U.S. households that have at least one TV, or roughly 86 percent of all homes. What’s more, 82 percent of homes have more than one TV, with the average being 2.3 TVs per home. And what’s the No. 1 most common area – outside of the living room – where consumers put a TV? You guessed it – their primary bedroom.

So, maybe we should rephrase the question: Why aren’t you selling TVs in your furniture or mattress store?

The great news is, Nationwide Marketing Group and Samsung have teamed up to provide Independent retailers with training and education for selling TVs in these “nontraditional” consumer electronics retail environments.

During Las Vegas Furniture Market in January, retailers will have four opportunities to stop by the Nationwide showroom to learn more about this simple, turn-key program. We’ll also be discussing demo opportunities, spiffs, the professional delivery and installation program, and our post-install tech support. And, we’ll also be showcasing the latest Frame TVs – which can blend in with any décor in a customer’s living space – and the outdoor-ready Terrace TV collection.

Plus, each Member company that attends will also receive a free $100 Visa gift card.

The sessions will take place in Showroom B-826 on the following days and times:

    • Sunday, January 28: 3-3:30 p.m.
    • Sunday, January 28: 4-4:30 p.m.
    • Monday, January 29: 11-11:30 a.m.
    • Monday, January 29: 2-2:30 p.m.

No preregistration is needed, so simply pick a session that works best for your schedule and stop by our showroom to see and hear about Samsung’s collection of lifestyle TVs that are fit for any room inside and outside of the home.

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