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Island kitchens big hit for Gulf Stream

Island kitchens big hit for Gulf Stream

NAPPANEE, Ind. — Gulf Stream Coach is seeing brisk sales of its wide array of floor plans that feature “island kitchens,” that provide counter space, an eating area, or kitchen sink across from wall-mounted appliances, like the range, oven, and refrigerator, the company reported today.

“Every time we feature an island kitchen floor plan at early season RV shows we hear retail customers telling us what they loved about the arrangement,” said Tim Dennig, national sales manager for several Gulf Stream brands.  “According to RVers, the island quickly becomes the center of activity and attention in an RV, making food preparation and entertaining easier, while enabling the campground chef to interact with other campers.”

Currently, Gulf Stream builds more than 30 floor plans featuring island kitchens, available in units from 23 to 41 feet in length, and at every price point in the product mix.  The island kitchens in the Gulf Stream fleet feature a wide variety of functions, styles, and features, including overhead skylights, pendant light fixtures, under-mount Stonecast Sinks, snack bars with bar stools, under-counter storage, and plenty of extra workspace.

With so many attractive variations on the basic island kitchen design available from Gulf Stream Coach, Dealers are able to satisfy virtually every RV customer who has their heart set on an island kitchen layout.  That availability is making island kitchen units hot sellers that show well and turn quickly.

Dealers looking for more information on Gulf Stream island kitchen floor plans or other aspects of the Gulf Stream product line can contact Paul Campbell, director of marketing, at 800.289.8787 or by e-mail at

SOURCE: Gulf Stream Coach press release

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