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Posh+Lavish Awards Retailers, Profits Help Children in Need
Mattress manufacturer Posh+Lavish honored its top retailers with plaques to celebrate funding more than 100 surgeries to children in need through Cure International.
As part of its business model, Posh+Lavish donates 25 percent of the company’s profits to CURE International, a nonprofit organization that provides treatment to children overseas with severe conditions like clubfoot, bowed legs, cleft lips, untreated burns, and hydrocephalus.
The number of operations financed by mattress sales ranges from one per store location all the way up to 18. In addition to the Posh+Lavish and CURE International logos, each award features the name of the dealer and number of surgeries funded through sales made at their store.
“We wanted to be sure we took time out to say thank you to our retailers and let them know that what they do every day is providing a miracle for someone. Every operation is like a gift from our dealers and their customers,” said Kurt Ling, principal of Posh+Lavish.
“This plaque not only symbolizes our partnership with each retailer and Cure International, but all we can accomplish together for those in need,” Ling added.
“Support from Posh+Lavish through its retailer business in 2017 was impactful in helping us bring care to children who otherwise would have no hope for healing,” said Tim Smith, chief advancement officer of Cure International. “They’re making a life-changing difference.”