Presidents' Day Mattress Sale
A wonderfully sewn Organic Latex Mattress, hand-crafted with some of the finest materials that nature offers, and
guaranteed to give you an exquisite night of rest, every single night, for many, many years. That's the promise
of Turmerry's high-quality mattress.
We offer tons of customization options on our mattresses that are bound to make them suit multiple bed frames and
sleeper types. Plus, the materials we use, such as the natural latex foam, the certified-organic cotton cover,
and the natural New Zealand wool, are all organically sourced from the green Earth. Unlike memory foam, gel
memory foam, or the hybrid mattress, no potentially harmful synthetic flavors and fillers are injected into what
Cozy, comforting, and conforming to the body.
Dunlop latex over Talalay, making for a firmly supportive mattress.
Caresses your pressure points and provides excellent pressure relief.
Crisp cooling mattress thanks to the breathable latex surface.
Natural, hypoallergenic, and safe.
Easy handling and assembly.
Extreme longevity, with a lifespan of at least 20 years.
Size -- Twin Mattress, Twin XL Mattress, Full
Mattress, Queen Mattress, Split Queen Mattress, King Mattress, Split King Mattress, Cal King Mattress
Height - 8 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch
Presidents' Day Pillow Sale
After a hard day's work, we all just want to let loose, jump into our cozy beds, and doze off into tranquility.
But wait, something's missing. A pillow! Of course! A pillow that can firmly support our nimble heads and
provide us with the comfort and peace that our mother's lap once did. And which pillow does it better than
Turmerry's heavenly latex pillows?
What we provide you are pillows that are highly responsive to your head, neck, and spine. They conform well to
every sleep position and are completely toxin-free pillows.
Aside from all that, there is a wide selection of wonderfully plush pillow types for you to choose from. Among
them are the Latex Foam
Pillow, Shredded Latex
Contour Pillow, Latex Body
Pillow, and Buckwheat
Highly responsive and contouring.
Instant bounce back.
Firm support and exemplary pain relief.
Anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and hypoallergenic
Superb cooling and breathable material.
Excellent resilience and durability.
Size - Standard, Queen, King
Loft - Mid Loft, High Loft
Firmness - Soft (45K), Medium (55K), Firm (65K)
Cover - Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover
Presidents' Day Mattress Topper Sale
Has your mattress been failing you recently? Have you been experiencing morning body aches? Maybe it's time to
spend money on a new mattress. But what if there is something else we can do? Something a bit more on the
cheaper end, and something that is much more convenient? Well, look no further than the Turmerry Mattress
Coming in two varieties - the Latex Mattress
Topper and the Latex
Egg Crate Mattress Topper can ensure that you get what you've long
desired from your current mattress.
Well crafted, long-lasting, and dependable.
Great cooling effect, induced by improved air circulation.
Naturally hypoallergenic and impurity resistant.
Biodegradable and sustainably harvested
Eco-friendly and user-friendly.
Contours to relieve the body of pressure and aches.
Cheaper alternative for an aging mattress.
Size -- Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Thickness -- 2 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 3 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 2 Inch Natural Latex Topper
(5 Zone Support), 3 Inch Natural Latex Topper (5 Zone Support)
Firmness -- Soft, Medium, Firm
Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover
Presidents' Day Bedding Sale
Besides the wonderful mattress, pillows, and toppers that you can buy from us, a plethora of other organic
bedding accessories are available to you at very affordable rates. To mention a few - we offer
mattress protector covers, protector pads, organic pillow and topper covers, comforters, cushions, bed
sheets, and blanket throws.
We were born with an ecological mindset.
eco-INSTITUT, and LGA are a few environmental
enthusiasts who have awarded us their certifications.
Additionally, American Forests and Trees For The Future, two nonprofits
dedicated to ecosystem restoration, have joined forces with us. In conjunction with the
'one order, one tree' campaign, where a tree is planted for every purchase made,
we have already planted more than 24,000 trees across the US and Africa! Our products are also
completely recyclable and biodegradable.
What is Presidents' Day?
Presidents' Day, also known as Washington's Birthday, is a federally recognized U.S. holiday,
observed annually on the third Monday in February. Some people interpret the day as a celebration of all
American presidents' birthdays and lives.
The day, however, primarily celebrates George Washington, the nation's first president, who
oversaw the 1787 Constitutional Convention and led the Continental Army to victory, as well
as Abraham Lincoln, who guided the country through the American Civil War, strengthened
the federal government, abolished slavery, and modernized the American economy.
Most states recognize this day as a state holiday, and it has 15 different names across various states, including
Washington's Birthday, President's Day, and Washington's and Lincoln's Birthday. The
state holiday may officially honor Washington alone, Washington and Lincoln, or another group of U.S. presidents
(e.g., Washington and Thomas Jefferson), depending on the relevant law.
The History of Presidents' Day
George Washington's birthday dilemma
In accordance with the Julian calendar, George Washington was born on February 11, 1731, at his parents' Pope's
Creek Estate in Westmoreland County, Virginia (now the George Washington Birthplace National Monument).
Due to its independence from the Catholic Church, the British Empire (including its North American colonies) at
the time used the Julian calendar, which was replaced by the Gregorian calendar in 1582 in Catholic nations. As
a result of leap year variations, the Julian calendar used by Britain and the Colonies was eleven days behind
the Gregorian by the 1730s. Additionally, because the British new year began on March 25 rather than January 1,
the dates in February, like George Washington’s birthday, and January technically belonged to the year
Ever since the British Empire adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1752, Washington and other Americans born before
that year have typically had their birthdays celebrated using the Gregorian calendar ("New Style" dates).
Washington's birthday is now celebrated on February 22, 1732, because February 11 on the Julian calendar
corresponded to February 22 on the Gregorian calendar.
A congressional act first established the Washington Day federal holiday in 1879 for government offices in
Washington, and it was later extended to all federal offices in 1885. Presidents' Day, the first official
federal holiday in America to honor a president, was thus observed on February 22, which, as we established, is
also George Washington's birthday according to the Gregorian calendar.
Initial attempts at establishing Presidents' Day
Harold Stonebridge Fischer, a Californian resident who served as the "President's Day National Committee's"
National Executive Director for two decades, launched the first attempt to establish a Presidents' Day in 1951.
Honoring the presidency as a whole rather than a specific president was the goal.
Presidents Day was originally intended to be observed on March 4, but the bill recognizing that date was blocked
by the Senate Judiciary Committee, which was in charge of approving federal holidays. Given its proximity to
both Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays, the committee believed that having three holidays so close together
would be excessively taxing. But in the meantime, the majority of the state governors issued proclamations
designating March 4 as Presidents' Day in their respective regions.
From "Washington's Birthday" to "Presidents' Day"
From 1879 until 1970, February 22 was dedicated to commemorating Washington's birthday. It was the Uniform Monday
Holiday Act, passed in 1968, that moved the holiday to the third Monday in February, which can fall between
February 15 and February 21. This gave federal workers a three-day weekend. As a result, the term "Washington's
Birthday" is somewhat misleading because it never takes place on Washington's actual birthday, February 22.
When the Uniform Monday Holiday Bill was passed by Congress, there was opposition from those who believed that
those holidays (Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, and Labor
Day) should be celebrated on their actual dates.
It was suggested during the bill's discussion that Presidents' Day be renamed from Washington's Birthday in order
to recognize both Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays. Although Lincoln's birthday was observed in many states,
it was never a recognized federal holiday. Following much discussion, Congress rejected the name change.
However, following the law's implementation in 1971, Presidents' Day came to be used more frequently, in part
because retailers used it to advertise sales and because it was celebrated so close to Abraham Lincoln's
birthday. The term "Presidents' Day" started to gain popularity with the public by the middle of the 1980s,
thanks to marketing campaigns.
Celebrations take place all throughout February in Alexandria, Virginia, which has now become Washington's
adopted hometown. Public ceremonies are typically held to commemorate Presidents' Day in Washington, D.C., and
across the nation.
How is it celebrated across the US?
This day used to be observed as a corporate holiday by corporations until the late 1980s. But now that it's on
the third Monday, most businesses remain open and often run sales and other promotions. On the other hand,
federal and state government services shut down for the day. The timetables for classes at universities and
colleges differ depending on the institution. Elementary and secondary public schools are typically closed, but
some school districts, like New York City, might take a full week off for a "mid-winter recess."
The holiday also honors the general who designed the first military badge of distinction for soldiers.
soldiers who sustain battlefield injuries, the Purple Heart medal—which features George Washington's
likeness—was revived in the year 1932, on the 200th anniversary of his birth.
The reading of George Washington's Farewell Address on his birthday has become a tradition in the US Senate
1862. This was requested by the public due to the ongoing Civil War.
The long history of Presidents' Day is frequently on display at local festivities. Both Laredo, Texas, and
Alexandria, Virginia, the hometown of Washington, hold a month-long remembrance
Cherry pie is a dish that has long been connected to the holiday owing to the legend that claims that young
George Washington once felled a cherry tree.
In Denver, Colorado, there is a society that is specifically dedicated to commemorating the day, and Eustis,
Florida, hosts an annual GeorgeFest celebration that dates back to
1902. Visitors coming to the George Washington
Birthplace National Monument in Westmoreland County, Virginia, are treated to birthday
Presidents' Day around the world
Botswana, Presidents' Day is a national holiday. It has been a one-day
celebrated on the third Monday in July since 2006. It used to be a two-day holiday celebrated on Monday and
Tuesday of the third week of July, but the Public Holidays Amendment of 2006 changed it to a single day. But
many public and private organizations, including the Botswana Stock Exchange, continue to observe a two-day
holiday at this time of year.
On June 5th, Equatorial Guinea celebrates
President's Day as a national holiday. It is observed on President Teodoro Obiang
Mbasogo's birthday. Starting in 1979, he has been in charge of the country's politics for a
time. Apart from being one of the longest-serving presidents in the world, Obiang is also the
leader in Africa. Since taking office, Obiang has been re-elected as president four times. In Equatorial
there is no maximum term limit for the office.
Is the Presidents Day sale a good time to buy a mattress?
Presidents Day is one of the few best days to get yourself a mattress for a highly reduced price. The sale
occasionally lasts for three days (three-day weekend). Be it either an online store or a brick-and-mortar store,
price cuts and bonus items (such as two free dream pillows with a mattress purchase, double points, etc.) are
aplenty from both ends this day.
What is the best month to buy mattresses on sale?
The ideal time to go for a mattress purchase is in the month of May. March and April are also great months in
this context. By then, a horde of new mattress models will have taken over the old ones. As March, April, and
May roll in, the older models will be pushed out by mattress brands and available to you at a fairly low price.
What is the best day of the week to buy a mattress?
Labor Day, Presidents Day, Fourth of July, Black Friday, and Memorial Day mattress sales are some of the best
days to purchase a mattress. Holidays and holiday weekends attract a lot of buyers due to the cut-price
products, making them ideal days for picking up customers.
Why do mattresses go on sale on Presidents Day?
Competition in the market is the primary reason for Presidents Day mattress sales. Offering gifts (most prominent
being two free pillows on a purchase, extra store points, and other free bedding accessories) and discounts on
this day mean that each mattress store has the chance to attract lots of customers. Tradition also plays a part
in this, as Presidents Day used to be a huge day for furniture sales.