Q:

Who is the spokeswoman for Sleep Country USA?

A:

Jessica Teel is the spokeswoman for Sleep Country USA. Teel was 25 years old when she opened a home decor store, and is a minor celebrity.

Jessica Teel came from Los Angeles, California. She worked for many years as an actress and model. She was featured in television commercials and became a makeup artist before opening her home decor store in Buckley, named Keepsakes. Her store was able to survive the financial crisis that followed the September 11 attack. She has also worked for Microsoft, Car Toys, and Seattle's Best Coffee. However, she is best known for being the spokeswoman of Sleep Country USA.

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