Casper Nap Tour hits the road, True North style
Global sleep innovator celebrated Canada’s 150th Anniversary with Canadian-inspired nap tour for roadtrippers and the sleep-deprived!
On its second year, the Casper Nap tour brought to life a truly Canadian theme in celebration of the country’s 150th Anniversary of the Confederation. From a Muskoka Chair rest area to a Tuck-in shoppe turned pre-nap pit stop, Casper crafted an inherently Canadiana experience just in time for summer. The Casper Nap Tour travelled across the country, setting up roadside in four select cities: Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto.
For the Montreal Stop, bloggers and influencers were invited to experience Casper and got the lowdown on Canadian pillow talks:
Canadians do a lot more in bed than just sleep
- Reading is reported as the top non-sleep bedtime activity for those aged 24 to 54, while watching TV in bed is the more common for those aged 18 to 24.
- Compared to men, women are twice as likely to eat in bed.
- Chips rank as the top pick for foods Canadians eat in bed, followed closely by cookies, candy and chocolate.
“The road trip is an essential part of every Canadian’s journey – whether heading up north for the weekend or heading out west on a summer getaway,” said Nicole Tapscott, General Manager of Casper Canada. “We’re thrilled to bring the Casper Nap Tour back just in time for Canada 150 – allowing Canadians to celebrate our sesquicentennial with a much-deserved midday snooze.”