Coyote Outdoor Living expands product lineup

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DALLAS - Coyote Outdoor Living, a Dallas-based outdoor kitchen company, introduced an array of new grills, storage components and cooking accessories during the 2016 Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Expo, which took place March 17-19 in New Orleans.

“Coyote Outdoor Living’s passion lies in fulfilling our customers’ outdoor living aspirations through a thoughtfully engineered suite of products,” said Jim Ginocchi, president, Coyote Outdoor Living.

The new products include: The C1CH36 Drop-In Charcoal Grill; the Coyote Asado Smoker; signature grill grates and Infinity burners.

Coyote has also expanded its cabinet and storage solutions with customizable options that blend form and function. New to the 2016 product offering, Coyote introduced a 31-inch single door/two drawer combination, 31-inch dry pantry with drawers and a pull-out trash and recycling unit. For conveniently located cold storage, Coyote has developed its pull-out ice chest featuring a capacity of 3.8 cubic feet.

These product introductions will be available nationwide, beginning May 2016, through Coyote Outdoor Living’s network of distributor and retail partners.

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