Casper Bringing Free Naps To New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS – Free coffee or a chance to take a nap at work?

         That’s the question Casper, a privately held, U.S. based, e-commerce company that sells mattresses online, asked New Orleanians, and 75% said they would choose the nap.

         Today, Casper, named one of the “Best Inventions of 2015” by TIME Magazine, is bringing their nap-on-wheels, “The Napmobile” to the Big Easy, at 408 Camp St., though Sunday, July 10, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

         Casper’s traveling Nap Tour allows consumers to take a free nap in the ultimate sleep environment – in one of four pods complete with Casper mattresses, sheets and pillows. Reps said with the company’s singular goal of improving sleep, the startup that revolutionized the mattress industry is providing a brief respite in a chaotic world for overworked, overtired or just plain curious locals.

         There’s even a red phone installed in each pod where you can pick up the receiver and hear a bed time story.

         In New Orleans, Casper found:

 

• 81% of residents have made an effort to improve sleep quality.

• 44% of residents sleep less than 7 hours versus the national average of 31%.

• 50% of residents check their phone as their last action before bed and 31% sleep with their phone.

• 88% of residents have insomnia or trouble sleeping versus the national average of 63%.

• 75% would trade free coffee for workday naps.

 

         Napmobile walk-ins and reservations are accepted.

         To book a 15-minute nap click here

 

 

 

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