Coyote Outdoor Living joins Nationwide Marketing Group
October 5, 2016,
DALLAS - Coyote Outdoor Living, the Dallas-based, outdoor kitchen company, announced it has joined Nationwide Marketing group, North America’s largest buying and marketing organization for independent retailers, effective immediately. The new alignment expands Coyote’s access to independent retailers seeking to incorporate outdoor living components – ranging from grills and smokers to refrigeration and storage products – into their business and product portfolio.
“Coyote Outdoor Living is pleased to join Nationwide as their new Vendor Partner,” said Jim Ginocchi, president, Coyote Outdoor Living. “Outdoor living is an exciting and promising growth area for Nationwide’s retailer members and we are pleased to have the opportunity to align with these forward-looking retailers to make premium-level outdoor living products accessible to consumers at a price point that keeps their budgets in mind without having to sacrifice performance or quality.”
"Nationwide Marketing Group is excited about our newest Vendor Partnership with Coyote Outdoor Living. Their products are specially designed to offer high quality stainless steel grills and accessories at key price points in the ‘mass premium’ segment,” said Patrick Maloney, Sr. VP appliances, Nationwide Marketing Group. “Coyote Outdoor Living will enhance our breadth of assortment in this growing outdoor living category. This new relationship will help enable our focus, which is to deliver an extensive product portfolio for our members that truly meet the needs of consumers.”
In addition to its membership with Nationwide Marketing Group, Coyote Outdoor Living products are available through a network of distributors across North America. For more information, visit CoyoteOutdoor.com.
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