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About Mancini's Sleepworld

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Since 1969

My parents Carl and Patsy Mancini founded Mancini Sleepworld in 1969. Our first location is still open today at 968 E El Camino Real in Sunnyvale Ca. The original company name was Mancini Furniture as we were a full line furniture store for the first 10 years or so. In the early 1980’s my dad decided to focus primarily on providing brand name mattresses at fair prices. Carl Mancini ran his business with great pride. Wanting to make sure every customer was treated with respect and was given the best customer service possible. At the age of 55 Carl passed away from cancer and I started running the business for my mom Patsy at the age of 25.

33 Locations

Since 1989 we've been adding a few more stores to better serve Northern California. We operated four stores for a few years and then decided to expand throughout the greater bay area. At this time I became the owner, and with my business partner, Marc Fey, began to expand the company. We currently have 33 Locations. Our warehouse is over 100,000 square feet in size and almost every mattress we carry can be delivered the same day.

We value all of our employees and many of them have been with us since each store was opened.

Giving Back

We at Mancini's Sleepworld actively contribute to national, regional, and local charities. Each store supports local schools and organizations that support the communities they're in. For a list of the charities we currently support see the donation page here.

Randy Mancini

Our Thanks

My wife Karol and I both grew up in San Jose. We raised our two sons in Pleasanton and now live in Livermore Ca.

Thanks for taking the time to read a little bit about our past. It has been a pleasure to serve all of our past customers. All of us here take great pride and appreciate the opportunity to earn your business.


Randy Mancini