College Student Launches Revived, a New Bed-in-Box Brand

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21-year-old CEO starts a family business crafting must-have, Mississippi-made mattresses

Kayla Duerstock, CEO of Revived

Kayla Duerstock, CEO of Revived

One of the most important goals for Revived is to be able to contribute to our economy right here in the Mid-South.

When she’s not cramming for exams at Mississippi College, senior Kayla Duerstock is spreading the word about Revived, the bed-in-a-box company she founded with her father, Rob Duerstock. Enlisting their friends and family as product testers, the entrepreneurial duo spent nearly six years in research and development before perfecting their flagship product: the Revived365, a hybrid mattress combining cooling gel, memory foam and high-density latex.

Today, with the launch of Revived’s new website, anyone in the United States can now order this luxe-but-affordable mattress.

The Duerstock family looks forward to connecting with new customers around the country, but Revived storefronts will not be popping up in trendy coastal locales anytime soon. Instead, the father/daughter duo have decided to stick close to home while they build their brand. “We like the online B2C model,” Rob explains, “It’s a convenient shopping experience for customers, and saving money on overhead lets us invest more in our products and our people.” On Revived’s commitment to its own local community, CEO Kayla says, “From the start, we chose to design and manufacture all of our products in central Mississippi. One of the most important goals for Revived is to be able to contribute to our economy right here in the Mid-South.”

Revived is proud to offer customers meticulously crafted mattresses made in the U.S.A. with common sense and Southern charm. The new website is currently the exclusive point of sale for Revived products, but the company has stated it is open to considering distribution opportunities with other online marketplaces. Revived welcomes media inquiries of all kinds, including bloggers and social influencers.

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