Pass Out During Lunch on Thursday

. May 31, 2016.
casper-naptour-feature

If you’re looking to take a 15-minute nap in a novel capsule-like mattress cave, book a time slot during the Casper Nap Tour’s Ann Arbor stop this Thursday, June 2, from 9am to 3pm. It's free.

 

Casper, a sleep-centric startup that’s bettering the world with mattresses, sheets and pillows engineered for optimum shut-eye, is on a seven-city nap tour to spread its gospel: “better sleep makes for better living.”

 

Skip eating lunch at your desk this Thursday and carve out a time to go take an actual nap. Sign up for your nap time and check back for the exact location.

Casper Nap Tour, Ann Arbor Stop, 9am to 3pm, location TBD, free

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