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Sleep Company Casper Now Open In Tysons Corner Center

Tysons Corner Center now offers a new mattress store where shoppers can nap.

The Casper Sleep Shop offers the full array of mattresses, pillows, bedding, furniture and dog beds. But, the location also allows guests to book a nap at a “mini home” if they want to actually test out a mattress for themselves.

“Inspired by the comforts of home, the store reimagines how we shop for sleep,” a spokesperson for Casper said.

The store opened in the mall on Thursday, Aug. 1, according to a spokesman for the mall.

This is one of 30 similar Casper Sleep Shops across the county, according to a press release. Most products at the stores are available for customers to take home that day and also available to ship directly to their home.

Casper is an international brand based out of New York but shoppers can also find a smaller selection of products in specific stores like Target and Hudson’s Bay.

The store is open 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sunday.

Also in the mall, shoppers might notice a new display in BrandBox.

Peloton decided to set up a new 3D pop-up to drive foot traffic to their larger location, according to a store representative. The mini location opened on July 25 to advertise the company’s treadmill, rower and subscription fitness services.

Peloton has a store on the second level by Lord & Taylor.

Photos courtesy Casper Sleep Shop

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