Coyote Outdoor Living Brings Upgrades
& Expansions to the HPBExpo
Friday, March 2, 2018
Coyote Outdoor Living is introducing several new products along with some exciting upgrades to its already celebrated line of stainless grills at the HPBExpo 2018. Located at booth #2708, Coyote will be showing from Thursday, March 8 through Saturday, March 10.
Coyote is upgrading all of its affordable C-Series Grills to feature their signature Infinity Burners, and the luxury level S-Series Grills with Ceramic Briquette Flavorizers. For added versatility, they are introducing the new compact luxury 30-in. grill as part of the S-Series line and a new generously sized 42-in. grill from the C-Series line.
Along with these upgraded grills, Coyote will also introduce Blazing Beats, an audio-integrated fire pit, a sleek city-friendly Electric Grill Island, and three stylish new furniture collections curated by interior designer and lifestyle expert Kerrie Kelly.
Designed for compact urban patios and balconies, the Electric Grill Island provides space efficiency and ultra-utility. Featuring a clean line, modern concrete finish, the Electric Grill Island base includes a modern concrete counter and an overhang with room for two bar chairs. The Electric Grill Island is engineered for the harshest elements and features the Coyote 304 stainless steel. The Grill has a dominant 120V-1300W heating element that can reach 550° F within minutes. It is guaranteed to last for over 5,000 hours, all while protecting you and your family with a built-in surge protector, a 60-minute timer valve, and Teflon grate that eliminates flare-ups.
|The Coyote by Blazing Beats fire pit.|
The Blazing Beats takes fire pits to the next level with a dancing flame technology that combines music and fire. At the heart of the Coyote by Blazing Beats fire pit is a patent-pending, sound-burner technology that provides an exact fire-sound reaction with a dynamic visual experience. The unit includes an all 304 stainless-steel burner and an integrated marine grade outdoor audio system. The surround is made of an engineered concrete composite with modern styling. This fire pit will most certainly be the centerpiece of any backyard entertaining.
The new line extensions to the grill series provide options for different outdoor spaces as well as enhanced features. The C2C42 is a 42-in. grill with a 1,275 sq. in. cooking area that comes with five high-performance Coyote Infinity Burners. The C2C42 has interior lighting and 304 stainless steel with up to 100,000 Btu. The new 30-in. compact grill from the luxury level S-Series line will new feature two high-performance Coyote Infinity Burners, ceramic briquette flavorizers, a 700 sq. in. cooking area, and up to 70,000 Btu.
“Our passion is to offer new, innovative products to elevate the outdoor living experience,” says Jim Ginocchi, president, Coyote Outdoor Living. “We hope the new grill sizes and upgrades, the exciting Blazing Beats fire pit, and design-friendly furniture collections will provide options for everyone to create their own outdoor oasis.”
Expanding their offerings in the outdoor living category, Coyote will be showcasing three new outdoor furniture collections curated by interior designer Kerrie Kelly. Included in the line are the Laguna Collection, the South Beach Collection, and the Catalina Collection, which take their cue from a variety of regional styles from transitional to warm contemporary.
Kerrie Kelly is the perfect partner for this outdoor furniture launch as she is a renowned design author, fellow and board member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) as well as a lifestyle contributor, writing on trends for both Zillow and Home Depot. These chic, modern furniture collections will give outdoor enthusiasts the ability to design their own fully cohesive kitchen and entertaining space.
“Working with Coyote Outdoor Living on a brand-new line of outdoor furniture to help clients complete their dream outdoor living space has been so exciting! Durable materials, performance fabrics, and classic styles allow customers to blur the line between their interior and exterior spaces,” says Kelly.