Comphy Co to Receive ISPA Innovate Award

Comphy Co., a leader in luxury linens for spa and home, will be honored with an ISPA Innovate Award at next month's International Spa Association (ISPA) Conference & Expo. The ISPA Innovate Award is given to spa industry leaders with innovative and successful spa-related initiatives. For more than a decade, Comphy has been the pioneer and industry leader of luxury treatment table linens and retail bedding for the home market.“We are honored to be recognized with an ISPA Product Innovate Award. Innovation has driven our business since the beginning,” says Mia Richardson, founder and CEO of Comphy Co. “Linens play a significant role in the daily operations of a spa. It is Comphy’s mission to ensure spas have only the best spa bedding that is visually pleasing, cost effective, and functional. Most importantly, we want the guest to thoroughly enjoy every minuteof their spa experience, including the luxurious linens.”

As a former spa director with more than 20 years of industry experience, Richardson recognized a need in the market for visually-pleasing yet cost effective massage table dressing. Comphy luxury linens were designed to withstand the rigors of spa operations while providing a soft, lush feel—offering the best in durability, sustainability, design and quality at 600 thread count. Comphy products are also an ideal green linen solution. Comphy’s linens are wrinkle-free and lightweight. This combination makes for shorter dying cycles and no need for ironing. “We are thrilled to celebrate Comphy with an ISPA Innovate Award,” says ISPA President Lynne McNees. “Innovation is the driving force behind growth in the spa industry. Recognizing the innovation that is occurring within ISPA’s membership will encourage and inspire future ideas.”—Kéyah Harvey

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