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5/22/2014 (4 months ago)

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1500 Series sheets offered as part of socially responsible marketing campaign.

Catholic Shopping .com is pleased to add the 1500 Series bed sheets to its 'for the Home' shopping collection.  The sheets have been added as part of a socially responsible marketing campaign where $6 from every purchase supports the Catholic projects and efforts you enjoy.

1500 Series sheets feel amazing and are easy to buy at one low price.

1500 Series sheets feel amazing and are easy to buy at one low price.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

5/22/2014 (4 months ago)

Published in Marriage & Family

Keywords: sheets, socially responsible, marketing, campaign, 1500 series


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Any size, one price, the 1500 Series bed sheets have arrived on Catholic Shopping .com. The sheets have been added as part of a socially responsible marketing campaign with $6 from every sale returned to support Catholic projects.

Everyone needs bed sheets and what better way to fill the need than in a manner which also supports Catholic efforts.

Have a peek now!

The 1500 Series sheets are renown for their luxurious feel and quality, and wrinkle-free convenience. Each order comes as a 4-piece set, available in a variety of colors, for a reasonable price. Any size, any color, is just $39.99 with $6.00 coming back to support Catholic Online.

The sheets are described has having a "buttery-soft" touch and come with double-brushed microfibers for outstanding comfort. The sheets are also hypoallergenic.

The fitted sheet comes with deep, 16" pockets to allow fitting on oversized mattresses. The California King has 18" pockets.

Customer reviews say the sheets are warm in the winter and cool in the summer, owing to their unique microfiber design. Others praise the wrinkle free design, because who wants to iron bed sheets?

One customer already told Catholic Shopping .com, "I usually do not like anything microfiber - BUT . . .
I love the quality of these sheets which I first enjoyed in a vacation rental cottage we visited. They were heavenly. We looked for them and found they are also very pricey and used in many B&Bs, inns, etc. They are silky, soft and not hot at all. They felt wonderful. So good that when we returned I found them on Catholic Shopping .com and at the price you offered, I snapped them up immediately!"

In addition to praise for the price, the most common comment we receive is because of their comfort. After all, you need and deserve good sheets. You spend up to a quarter of your life or more in bed, so comfortable sheets are really worth the investment.

Several people who say they broke down and purchased the sheets, afraid they would not like them because of their microfiber composition, were pleasantly surprised and declared these to be the best sheets they had ever enjoyed for the price.

Sleep matters. Comfort is important. Style is nice. Price counts. Get all four of these features in one deal. As a bonus, remember your purchase helps Catholic Online.

Because these sheets are supplied as part of a social responsibility campaign, we cannot guarantee the price will remain at $39.99. Please get yours today to save the most money on your purchase!

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