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Kenyon International, Inc., a leading specialty electric grill manufacturer, today announces its partnership with the famed Boston Red Sox. As the official grill of the Red Sox, Kenyon introduces fans […]
Kenyon International, Inc., a leading specialty electric grill manufacturer, today announces its partnership with the famed Boston Red Sox. As the official grill of the Red Sox, Kenyon introduces fans and tailgating enthusiasts to its grilling recipes, flavors and cook-out necessities. Kenyon is known for offering the only portable, electric grills on the market that can be used both indoors and outdoors, and are virtually smokeless and flameless.
“We are very excited to partner with the Boston Red Sox and look forward to enhancing the game day experience for everyone with our quality grill products,” said Mike Williams, sales and marketing manager at Kenyon. “Thanks to our smokeless grills, fans can safely and comfortably grill and watch the game from their kitchen, backyard, apartment balcony or while tailgating. This partnership is so close to home as a Connecticut-based company, and we’re excited to tap into our regional sports community.”
Kenyon’s premium product line offers a wide range of grill options, based on individual needs. Two of the company’s most popular electric grills, the portable City Grill and built-in Texan Grill, heat up to 600 degrees in seven minutes and are easy to clean with non-stick grates. Additionally, Kenyon offers built-in cooktops for homes, RV’s, boats, hotels and resorts, as well as a variety of grilling accessories to complete the ultimate cook-out experience.
“We are excited to partner with a brand like Kenyon whose products are as much a herald of warm summer months as Red Sox baseball,” said Red Sox Executive Vice President Troup Parkinson. “We welcome them to the Red Sox family and look forward to working together during the 2018 season.”
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