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Mike Lindell Is Donating Thousands of MyPillows To Ottawa

Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of MyPillow, has rallied his company’s headquarters and distribution facility to support the Freedom Convoy Truckers. Mike and his colleagues are contributing tens of thousands of MyPillows to the convoy now occupying Ottawa, Canada’s capital.

Today, a tractor trailer rig full of the Minnesota-based pillow manufacturer’s best-selling item will pull off of their docks and head for the Windsor/Ottawa border. Mike and his colleagues had been reading accounts of the convoy’s drivers sleeping in their trucks with whatever supplies they could pack on short notice for the journey, and saw an opportunity to assist.

The MyPillow team intends to leave as soon as possible with the cargo of pillows, with the goal of arriving at the Canadian border. With 1-2 thousand rigs parked in Ottawa and the nearby areas, this cargo of thousands of pillows will be sufficient to sustain all of the drivers.

This isn’t the first time MyPillow has offered assistance to folks in need. Mike and his team recently gave over 10,000 pillows to storm victims in Kentucky. In 2017, the team rushed 100,000 pillows to Texas in aid of individuals afflicted by Hurricane Harvey’s damage.

My Pillow, Inc., situated in Chaska, Minnesota, is an American pillow manufacturer. Mike Lindell, who designed and patented My Pillow, an open-cell, poly-foam pillow design, launched the company in 2009. Lindell’s Night Moves Minnesota, LLC sold My Pillows from 2004 to 2009, and My Pillow, Inc. has been selling them since 2009. Over 50 million pillows have been sold by My Pillow. In 2004, the company had five employees, and by 2017, it had grown to 1,500.

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