Kevin Kunz started Sleeptopia in January 2013 after three years of researching the growing sleep studies industry. Kunz had been a driver for a durable medical equipment sales company making $9.75 an hour, and worked his way up to being a sales representative for the company that sold oxygen service, CPAP machines and other medical devices. Kunz noted that home sleep studies was a concept that was gaining validity and market traction on the East and West coasts, and knew he could capture this new market here in Wichita.
Sleeptopia was the first business Kunz ever tried to start. The home sleep study concept first struck Kunz when both his brother and mother paid for an expensive sleep study done in a sleep lab. They had to show up to the lab early, get several wires connected to them, and then were told when to go to sleep. Needless to say, it wasn’t easy for them to fall asleep on-demand in a strange place. In the end, they paid $2,000 dollars to be told nothing was wrong... Read More