Dreamhelmet Sleep Mask Pillow ““ “As Seen on TV” and the Web ““ Hit With Order Tsunami
The Dreamhelmet combination sleep mask sound blocking pillow recently got a flood of sales thanks to articles in Businessweek Magazine and a presentation on ABC’s Good Morning America show. The Dreamhelmet consistently appears at the top of the Google Search Engine, and has new stores on eBay and Amazon to showcase its latest creation, the Dreamcatcher.
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) November 23, 2010
The Dreamhelmet is the first sleep mask combined with sound muffling capacity, invented and patented by travel writer Jim de Cordova in 1998.
Since then, travel experts from such publications as Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel Magazine and The Washington Post newspaper, among many others, have recommended the Dreamhelmet as the best means to overcome travel sleep challenges.
The Dreamhelmet offers a patented triple-sensory sleep inducing system, providing light and sound blocking, and a pillow, to help the user sleep in almost any situation. The Dreamhelmet has secret HiPockets to store credit card, money, and jewelry, or an alarm watch or cell phone for a discreet wake-up call. In cold climates the Dreamhelmet keeps ears warm, and can be used as a muff, a hand and forearm warmer, or pillow to warm and soften seats at sports events. They are ideal for hunters and campers ““ and de Cordova’s company has been providing their camouflage model to USA military personnel for only the cost of shipping, along with any regular order.
The double-whammy major media presentations took Dreamcloud Productions by surprise, wiping out their Dreamhelmet inventory and sending the company scrambling to fill orders and produce more.
The first sales wave came from the August 26, 2010 Businessweek Magazine issue showing the Dreamhelmet as an economical way for office workers to get a quick power nap:
This was followed on September 17 by Tori Peterson presenting the Dreamhelmet on Good Morning America, as a great way for employees to get productivity-boosting naps during the workday:
The Dreamhelmet is no stranger to TV; Howie Mandel started his first show of 1999 by giving one as a birthday gift to a girl from the audience, and she slept onstage with it through half the show. Dreamhelmet has also appeared twice on MSNBC.
The Dreamhelmet has long been at the top of Google search for the key search term “Ëœsleep mask’, and sells direct to the public on its own website, http://www.dreamhelmet.com. The company has recently opened both an Amazon store and an eBay store in order to showcase their newest style Dreamhelmet, the Dreamcatcher, in deep ocean blue suede fabric.
The Dreamhelmet is being offered on eBay with free first class Christmas shipping, to help customers, who may be counting their change in the present economy. Dreamhelmets are one of the few things that have never gone up in price – they are still $29.95 for any of the nine styles.
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