Kenyon partners with Sunset Bay Outdoor
March 17, 2016,
CLINTON, Conn. – Kenyon International, a specialty electric grill manufacturer, is partnering with Sunset Bay Outdoor, a maker of outdoor living products. As a result of the collaboration, Kenyon’s Rio Grill is included in the Epicurean Kitchen, Sunset Bay’s newest outdoor kitchen model.
The Epicurean Kitchen is designed especially for grilling enthusiasts that live in high-rise apartments or condos and do not have a large outdoor space for entertaining. Kenyon’s Rio Grill is smokeless and flameless, heats up to 550 degrees in minutes and features medical-grade non-stick coating. Both the grill and kitchen have been tested to withstand inclement weather, surpassing more than 4,000 salt and sand spray tests.
In addition to the Rio Grill, Sunset Bay Outdoor's Epicurean Kitchen features a high degree of portability, durable textured exterior, countertops that stay cooler in the sun and can be cleaned to FDA food safe standards, sealed cabinets to keep stored items clean and a contemporary design that will complement any outdoor setting.
“The Epicurean Kitchen is the first of many products we hope to bring to the market through our partnership with Kenyon,” said Joseph Ehmke, general manager at Sunset Bay Outdoor. "Our team is constantly looking for ways to enhance the outdoor living experience for people who lead all types of lifestyles. Now our customers whose homes lack traditional outdoor space are able to easily enjoy the same gourmet grilling and entertaining kitchen space that is available to those with larger homes.”
The Epicurean Kitchen will be showcased for the first time at the HPBExpo in New Orleans, March 17-19, at booth #1010.
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