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Tuck aims to improve sleep hygiene, health, and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free resources. Boasting the largest collection of aggregated data on sleep surfaces on the web (over 125,000 customer experiences from nearly 1,000 individual sources), Tuck aims to power consumers, sleep professionals, and the troubled sleeper looking for answers. Check back often for updates and expanded sleep product information.
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Keith graduated from Whitman College in 2008 with a BA in Economics and has since worked for a variety of companies in digital marketing roles before founding Tuck. Keith’s passion for sleep started in his mid-20s when he started experiencing various forms of insomnia and sleep in general just didn’t come as easy as it used to. When trying to understand his sleep issues, Keith discovered that there was not only contradictory advice from site to site and extreme bias from manufacturers, but there wasn’t a dedicated resource for both sleep as well as mattresses and hence Tuck was born.
Bill has been an entrepreneur in the online space for over 15 years since he co-founded Text Link Ads in 2001. After the company was acquired by Lake Capital in 2006, Bill stayed on to run the business through 2011. He then launched ReputationManagement.com assisting both businesses and individuals navigate the perils of the online world. Bill became fascinated with the health aspects of sleep in 2014 and the idea of Tuck was formed. From designing and constructing mattresses for sale online, through becoming a Certified Sleep Science Coach, he now understands the needs of consumer from both sides. Bill graduated from Xavier University where he captained the baseball team.
Demetria Spinrad is a Nashville native who moved out to the Pacific Northwest after graduating from Wesleyan University in 2011. She first started researching sleep solutions when she found herself sharing a tiny mattress with two cats and a restless partner. Her interest in finding ways to improve her sleep quality brought her to Tuck, where she manages a community of sleep experts covering the spectrum of sleep journalism including sleep health, science, and product reviews.
Sophie brings a passion for learning new strategies and connecting with all audiences. She is especially intrigued and committed to the sleep world. Having joined Tuck.com as a recent graduate, she knows just how important a quality night of sleep is. She comes to Tuck.com from Xavier University with B.A. in public relations and minor in digital innovation film & television. While at Xavier she was part of the athletic department as a two year intern.
A lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, Brad is a professional writer and editor with a B.A. in English from Western Washington University. Brad has lived with insomnia for most of his adult life and knows firsthand how important a good night’s rest — not to mention the right mattress — can be for people with sleep problems. In addition to Tuck, he has also written about sleep science and sleep products for Nordstrom, The Clymb, and The Bed + Sleep Blog.
Amelia Willson is a freelance writer, content marketer, and sleep aficionado who helps businesses succeed online. A graduate of Wellesley College with a degree in English, she spends her days blogging for various online publications. When she’s not busy writing for Tuck, you can find her running around Austin, Texas, with her dog Rockefeller.
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