Sleep Train announced Wednesday it will be renaming all 318 of its stores to Mattress Firm.

Mattress Firm acquired Sleep Country in 2014, the company changing its name to Sleep Train in October 2015.

The Capitol Hill location opened last February in a 3,271-square-foot space at the corner of Broadway East and East Harrison that used to be a liquor store and then a clothing boutique. It was the sixth new Sleep Train to open last year.

Expect to see signage change in the near future. All Sleep Train stores are expected to be renamed by this spring, with Seattle stores expected to change over by early March.

“After thorough evaluation of best practices to better serve our customers and community, we found strength in one united brand and purpose,” said Mattress Firm CEO Ken Murphy in a news release. “By coming together under the Mattress Firm name, we can provide a better selection and better pricing based on our ability to buy in larger quantities.”

Mattress Firm has 3,500 company-operated and franchised stores across the country. 

Sleep Train/Country was founded in 1985 by Dale Carlsen, who is now CEO of the Ticket to Dream foundation, a national nonprofit supporting foster children.

Mattress Firm continues the longtime Sleep Train Pajama Drive for local foster children, accepting donations at all store locations.