30A Mattress Club: You can rest easy knowing you have purchased ‘the best money can buy’

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Special to The Sun
Published: Monday, August 26, 2013 at 11:30 AM.

Great businesses start out with a need and a great idea. Grant Blackwell and his son JD have come up with a fantastic idea and product for residents of South Walton County .

Grant is best known for being the owner of the largest insurance agency in town (Coastal Insurance), and he is affectionately known as "The Mayor of Grayton Beach."

Through a special buying arrangement they purchase floor models from stores like Macy’s and other fine home furnishing stores.  Many of these mattresses retail from $2,000 to over $5,000, but 30A Mattress Club sells them for as much as 80 percent off with daily prices from $699 to $1,299.

The communities all along 30A and in South Walton have some of the finest examples of homes in the south. To get the quality these fine homes call for, homeowners are often forced to purchase their mattresses out of town and have them shipped to their new homes. They also pay much more for the same products that they can now buy here in the community.

"I did not want to own just another mattress store. There are plenty of those around,” Grant Blackwell said. “I wanted to do something truly special. I recognize that regardless of one's financial stature, everybody likes a great deal. Our mattresses are among the best money can buy. We can sell estate quality mattresses like Stearns & Foster Estate Euro Elite or Sealy Posturepedic Reserve for less than folks can buy much lower quality mattresses for."

"The reason I call it Grant Blackwell's 30A Mattress Club is I want people that know me and those that don't to be assured that I am going to personally assure and guarantee that they are satisfied. If we deliver a mattress and the client wants something different, we will swap it out, no questions asked."

The club in 30A Mattress Club is another unique idea.



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