NAPPANEE, Ind. — GEO, the newest travel trailer brand from Gulf Stream Coach of Nappanee, Ind., will be prominently featured at the upcoming RVIA Show in Louisville.
Called “an exciting new blend of leading-edge design and extraordinary value,” the GEO exterior features laminated construction and a molded fiberglass cap with LED accent lights. Inside, the inspiration comes from the latest interior design ideas, with clean, contemporary lines and an upscale color palette, a release from the company stated.
“We want GEO to reflect the style and innovation seen in today’s homes and hotels, specifically to attract non-traditional customers and first-time buyers,” said Tim Dennig, Gulf Stream Lightweight Division national sales manager. “GEO is the kind of travel trailer that new campers want – solidly built, well-equipped, stylishly designed, and easy to tow.”
GEO includes a package of popular features and options to give owners design and technology hot buttons while keeping prices low, the release stated. Included are solid-surface counters with an ‘infinity’ edge, a stainless steel kitchen faucet with pull-out sprayer, power awning with LED atmosphere lighting, USB charging ports, and a Blue Tooth-enabled home theater system. A tempered glass range cover is standard, as are cool, efficient LED lights, and handcrafted cabinets with a subtle Mountain Ash finish. A lighter wood grain flooring contributes to the overall color scheme.
Behind the styling are resilient vacuum-bonded walls, floor, and slide-outs, using a welded aluminum skeleton filled with rigid poly foam insulation. A heated, enclosed undercarriage protects tanks and occupants in cooler weather.
“GEO gives our dealers four innovative floor plans from 23 to 34 feet in length, all featuring the combination of luxury, convenience, and high perceived value they need to win the confidence and meet the high expectations of people new to the RV life,” Dennig said. “Dealers can also add a wide range of options so purchasers can further upgrade their campsite lifestyle.”
To see the new GEO and get more information, dealers can visit the Gulf Stream Coach display in Louisville and talk to Tim Dennig, 574.876.6120, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE: Gulf Stream Coach press release