Last Day of the Miami International Boat Show

February 19th, 2018

If you are interested in attending the Miami International Boat Show, this is the last day to attend. We have already visited the boat show, and trust us, this is not event you want to miss! There are literally dozens of watercraft’s to view and board. We highly recommend getting to the event early to find parking, as this is the last day, it will likely be busy.

Here are some details:

ADMISSION:

Premier Day $40 
Adult (age 16+) $25
Two-day pass (Friday–Monday, Februray 17–19) $45
Five-day pass $100
12 & younger FREE

Make sure to visit Miami International Boat Shows website for more information.

Happy Valentines Day

February 14th, 2018

Valentines Day is all about relationships, and the team at Schrader Mattress would love to build a relationship with you, and help you design your custom mattress. Whether you would like a heart shaped mattress for Valentines Day or the typical rectangular mattress, we are able to design any shape or size mattress to your exact specifications.

Come and share the love this Valentines Day, and visit us at Schrader Mattress.

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2018 Miami International Boat Show

February 3rd, 2018

Who is excited about the 2018 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show? We know everyone at Schrader Mattress is sure excited. This year we can expect to see dozens of yachts, mega yachts, boats, jet skis and everything else under the sun. This event last for five total days and offers affordable tickets to everyone interested in attending this years show.

For everything you need to know about the show, visit: www.miamiboatshow.com

WHEN: President’s Day Weekend, February 15-19, 2018

Premier Day: Thursday, February 15, 10 am– 6 pm
Join us on opening day and avoid the crowds!
Show Days: Friday, February 16—Monday, February 19, 10 am–6 pm daily

WHERE: 3501 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149. Located on Virginia Key minutes from downtown Miami

ADMISSION:

Premier Day $40 
Adult (age 16+) $25
Two-day pass (Friday–Monday, Februray 17–20) $45
Five-day pass $100
12 & younger FREE

18 Best Camping Spots in Florida

January 14th, 2018

This winter seems to be one of the coolest winters we have had in Florida in a long time. While there may not be a ton of things to do in the cooler weather, one thing you could do is go camping. In the extreme head camping in Florida can be miserable, but in this weather it can be an experience you will never forget. From bon fires, and family bonding to breathtaking views, smores and endless activities, there is something for everyone in our list of 18 best camping spots in Florida.

The 18 Best Camping Spots in Florida Include:

  1. Blue Spring State Park
  2. Bahia Honda State Park
  3. Lion Country Safari KOA
  4. Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
  5. Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park
  6. Hillsborough River State Park
  7. Fiesta Key RV Resort
  8. Myakka River State Park
  9. Sebastian Inlet
  10. Rainbow Springs State Park
  11. Florida Caverns State Park
  12. John Prince Park Campground
  13. TH Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula Park
  14. Grayton Beach State Park
  15. Alligator Park
  16. Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge
  17. Boyd’s Key West Campground
  18. Camp Okeechobee

No matter what type of camping you prefer from tenting to RVs, we are able to create custom mattresses for any situation.

Happy New Year 2018

January 1st, 2018

Happy New Year! We hope that everyone has an excellent 2018 and all of your new year resolutions come true!

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Happy Holidays from Schrader Mattress

December 25th, 2017

Happy Holidays from the entire team at Schrader Mattress!
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Custom Mattress For Tesla Model X

December 19th, 2017

Buying a luxury SUV is a big deal, but buying a Tesla Model X is a huge deal. Not many SUVs or vehicles on the road today quite compare to these luxury vehicles. Over the past few months several of our clients have asked if we could create custom mattresses for these vehicles, as they would like to travel in them and be able to sleep in them as well. As a result, we are now creating custom mattresses for the Tesla Model X.

These mattresses can be made of nearly any material you would like, however some materials are better for these vehicles than others. These mattresses are extremely comfortable and lightweight so you can take them in and out of your vehicle effortlessly.

 

 

All I Want for Christmas Is A New Mattress

December 4th, 2017

Maybe we are biased, but what would be better than a custom mattress for Christmas or the holidays? When we create our mattresses we put our heart and soul into them because we want our customers to be satisfied with their new product. Your gift can be completely customized down to the the firmness and type of mattress you and your loved one prefer.

As most couples, we are sure your loved one has talked about what they like and do not like about their current mattress, and what type of mattress they would prefer. Give us the chance and we can make that dream come true. Even if you do not like the same type of mattress we can create mattresses with different firmness so that you can have both sleep in comfort in the same bed. Best of all, we have competitive pricing to big box stores and discount mattress stores.

Come check out our mattress factory and get started with designing your custom mattress for the holidays!

Sleep in comfort in 2018.

Happy Thanksgiving 2017

November 23rd, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving from our team to you and yours!

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2017 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

November 6th, 2017

Boating enthusiasts turned out in droves for the 58th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which enjoyed a boost in attendance fanned in part by sunnier skies and consumer optimism about the economy.

The 2017 boating spectacle, which ran Nov. 1-5 across seven locations in Fort Lauderdale, attracted 105,000 visitors — an increase of 7 percent from last year, show organizers announced Tuesday.

The throngs of people who turned out to buy boats and marine merchandise, or simply to gawk at the vessels, came from more than 50 countries worldwide, Informa Exhibitions said in a news release.

“Excellent weather, a robust economy, realigned marketing efforts and a huge selection of new product offerings brought energetic crowds to the docks and exhibits daily,” said Andrew Doole, Informa’s vice president and general manager.

Several exhibitors reported robust sales during the showcase, including Viking Yachts of New Jersey, which sold 13 boats.

“It was a tremendous show, with high energy, brisk sales activity and great enthusiasm for our new boats … as well as all our other yachts,” Patrick Healey, Viking’s president and CEO said.

Viking’s 15-vessel display, which included its new 93 Motor Yacht and the 44 Open models, drew more visitors than any previous Fort Lauderdale show — more than 7,000 over its duration, the company said.

Other exhibitors also saw a noticeable uptick in traffic from 2016.

“The 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show brought an increase in visits to our displays and enabled us to enter into many strong negotiations and a number of sales,” said Randy Coleman, vice president of sales of Ferretti Group America.

Ferretti Group typically sees strong attendance from U.S. and South American customers at the Fort Lauderdale event, Coleman said.

The annual event – considered the largest boat show in the world in terms of gross exhibitor space and number of vessels — had more than 1,400 boats of varying sizes and prices on display.

Show enhancements by Informa to the tune of $7 million included upgrades to docks, electrical equipment, signage and navigational aids and exhibition flooring.

“New docks, clear dock markings for those trying to find their way through an incredibly large location, and increased variety for food and beverage options all added to the enjoyment of our guests at the show,” said Sally Doleski, vice president of marketing for exhibitor Ocean Alexander.

The show, which is owned by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida trade group, contributes $11.5 billion to the regional economy and supports 136,000 marine industry jobs.

Read More at Sun Sentinal