EverGreen RV Intros New ‘Campfire Kitchenette’

October 27, 2010 by · Comments Off on EverGreen RV Intros New ‘Campfire Kitchenette’ 

EverGreen's new outdoor kitchen

EverGreen's new outdoor kitchen

EverGreen Recreational Vehicles LLC has added a well-appointed outdoor kitchen to its growing line of environmentally friendly Ever-Lite travel trailers.

Built with sustainable composites, stainless steel and aluminum, the new “Campfire Kitchenette” is crafted with EverGreen’s virtually wood-free ComposiTek construction to eradicate rot, mold and mildew for a lifetime of service, according to a news release.

The unique outdoor kitchen is standard on the following four, family-oriented models for 2012: 34BHK-DS, Bunk House Kitchenette-Deep Slide; 31RBK, Rear Bath Kitchenette; 33QBK, Quad Bunk Kitchenette; 32RBK-DS, Rear Bath Kitchenette-Deep Slide.

The Campfire Kitchenette includes refrigerator, two-burner slideout cook top, stainless steel sink, retractable goose neck faucet, liquid soap dispenser and plenty of polished hooks for towels, oven mitts and cooking utensils. It also includes a polished aluminum spice/condiment rack, 110V-GFI power outlet, stainless steel cabinets with positive latches and stainless steel drawers with commercial slides.

As Doug Lantz, president of EverGreen, states, “Like the rest of our products, these outdoor kitchens are built tough to endure years of spills, heat, weather and outdoor wear and tear. We’ve eliminated wood and other conventional materials found in lesser brands and upgraded the entire kitchen with materials found only in commercial kitchens. Like the rest of our ComposiTek construction, this kitchen will stay in service decades longer.”

In keeping with the EverGreen promise of eco-friendly camping, the Campfire Kitchenette is built with sustainable materials to be as durable as it is beautiful. It features stainless steel and aluminum doors, drawers and trim, laminate countertop and composite materials to resist rot, mold and mildew, and a one-piece ComposiTek door to protect the contents down the road. These materials are waterproof, easy to clean, and will look great for years to come.

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