The Bedding Center Difference

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Owner

Mandy Falugo

Since the elder generation of Falugos retired, Mandy Falugo has continued the Bedding Center tradition of great bedding and mattresses at fair prices. In her spare time, Mandy teaches English to adults from other countries at The Literacy Center here in Attleboro.

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Sleep Specialist

Charlie Falugo

Charlie started working at the Bedding Center in 1971. Satisfying the customer whether or not they make a purchase is Charlie's passion.

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Founder

Rose Falugo

Rose Falugo is the dynamo behind the Bedding Center's success. Even though she and her husband are nearly 90, she still participates actively in customer service.

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Founder

Jay Falugo

Jay Falugo is a procurement and purchasing specialist, making sure that Bedding Center customers get exception values for the mattresses. Currently Jay researches new trends in bedding and makes sure the Bedding Center has a great balance of inventory for their customers.

Serving Attleboro for Over 45 Years

For over 45 years, the Bedding Center has been serving Attleboro, MA, North Attleborough, Pawtucket, Providence, Cumberland, Seekonk, Plainville, Mansfield, Wrentham, North and all of Bristol County and Northern Rhode Island, with high quality mattresses and great customer care. The Bedding Center was founded by Jay and Rose Falugo in 1969. The next generation of Falugos is proudly continuing in the family tradition.

We offer great mattresses without the overhead of the big box stores and the cost of commissioned sales people. Just great mattresses and great service at a reasonable prices, way below what you would expect to pay at the big mattress and furniture chains.

The Falugos have been active partners in the Attleboro community for two generations and are proud supporters and active contributors to Celebrate Recovery, sponsored by Good News Bible Chapel. In addition, the Falugos are proud to participate in Global Reach which supports families in Guatamela, provides refugee care to families from around and world and the Fiji School for the Deaf that rescues deaf Fijians from social persecution in their communities.