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Tailgate Grill Features to Look For

19 September 2010 No Comment

If you haven’t been tailgating, you’re missing a lot!  Cookouts–or grillouts, if you may–are great for meeting people and enjoying the outdoors.  The sense of community and sharing can also be very stimulating.  So cook up some grilled recipes and drive up to the party.  But first, make sure you have a sturdy, propane-powered Coleman road trip grill to really make a sizzle.

Regardless of the model, a Coleman Road Trip Grill is always a hot choice!  It has two independently-controlled burners which can heat up to 24,000 BTU’s with a click of the electronic ignition button.  It has a large cooking surface of up to 285 square inches that can easily convert from slotted grill to solid griddle.  And it’s so easy to set up on heavy-duty metal legs that you’ll be ready to grill in no time.

The Coleman road trip grill also provides smart features like two plastic side shelves that you can slide in or out and are ideal for holding plates, glasses, or condiments.  Utensil hangers are also built into the front.  And the folding legs transform into a wheeled carry handle making the grill so easy to transport.

Durability, portability, and versatility define the Coleman road trip grill.  It’s a sure bet for many years of memorable tailgating.

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