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New Gulf Stream BT Cruiser offers two new paint designs

New Gulf Stream BT Cruiser offers two new paint designs

UNITED STATES — With the introduction of two optional exterior paint schemes, the Gulf Stream Coach BT Cruiser is responding to the style and individuality of a sizable group of its potential customers.

“Many former owners of large, extravagant motor homes love that our BT Cruisers give them a way to downsize the cost and improve the drivability of their RVs without giving up the luxury and rugged durability they’re used to,” said Bob FitzSimmons, Gulf Stream Motorized Sales Representative. “These buyers willing to indulge in luxuries, and they love using deluxe exterior painted graphics to say something about their style and personality.”

Gulf Stream Coach Designer Sue Feideke commented, “The new optional paint designs for BT Cruiser make bold, dramatic statements, using concentric ellipses and complimentary colors in high-gloss automotive paint. The design suggests motion and ties the varied surfaces of the BT Cruiser exterior together.”

BT Cruiser owners, prospects, and fans like the way the new paint schemes turn heads and attract attention. They want to cause a bit of a stir; to show off a bit, and to have something to talk about with the people they meet.

“Pictures of the new paint designs posted on Instagram and Facebook quickly became the most ‘liked’ and ‘shared’ images in recent memory,” said FitzSimmons. “The new exterior paint options give BT Cruiser buyers one more way to downsize their RV without downsizing their RV lifestyle or personality.”

Current and prospective BT Cruiser dealers will get a chance to see the new paint options at the Gulf Stream Coach display during the Elkhart RV Manufacturers Open House, September 24-27.

SOURCE: Gulf Stream Coach press release


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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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