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1916 - Woodrow Wilson signs act creating National Park Service; its first director is Stephen T. Mather, who made his fortune with the Santa Clarita Valley's borax mine and envisioned & put his own money into forming the Park Service [story]


Are you looking to replace a bed in your home? Now is the time. The Hart High School Band and Color Guard are excited to announce they will be hosting their 1st Annual one-day Mattress Sale Fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 9, from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

For one day only, Hart High School Band Room will be transformed in to a mattress showroom. For quick information about the sale, go to bit.ly/beds4hart.

There will be 30 mattress floor models on display for customers to try. Adjustable power bases, premium pillows, bed frames, sheets, and mattress protectors will be available as well. The brands include Simmons Beautyrest, Southerland, Beautyrest Black Ice, Tranquility, Intellibed, and Wellsville. All beds are available in all sizes, come with factory warranties, and are made to order. Delivery and haul away are available. Best of all, the Hart Regiment benefits from every purchase and the beds are priced much less than retail stores because of the fundraising company’s unique business model. If you are considering a new bed for someone in your home, the Hart Regiment wants you at the sale.

This will be the first time Hart High School has hosted a fundraiser of this sort. Most schools run the sale once per year to give their communities the chance to save money and support local school programs.

Custom Fundraising Solutions (CFS) has worked with numerous other schools in the Los Angeles area running Mattress Fundraisers and the results can be impressive. In a one day sale, schools have the ability to raise several thousand dollars, simply by promoting and advertising for the weeks leading up to the event. CFS provides the promotional material and handles the sales and distribution of the products.

Custom Fundraising Solutions is based in Cleveland, OH. With over 90 independently owned and operated locations, the company has helped revolutionize fundraising in schools by helping programs earn great sums of money with no risk and a relatively small amount of work. CFS has raised over $30 Million for school programs with these unique fundraising events.
Hart High School Band and Color Guard Mattress Sale

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