Altitude Marketing is pleased to announce the newest addition to its Emmaus, Pa., offices: a Hamilton Beach countertop convection oven. Its position – on the counter, next to the Keurig – was created in response to the firm’s rapid growth, and its employees’ desire for hot, crisp lunches and snacks.
The oven is expected to cook food to a maximum of 450 degrees for as long as two hours, as well as catch fire less often than the previous toaster oven. It is expected to be the primary point of contact between cold, leftover pizza and deliciousness. Altitude clients are expected to directly benefit from their marketing team’s enhanced nourishment.
“The minute we saw the Hamilton Beach Model 31103 countertop convection oven, we knew it was just the piece the Altitude family was missing,” Altitude Marketing President and CEO Andrew Stanten said. “Its versatility, extra-large capacity, multiple cooking racks and accessories will allow us to serve our clients better than ever, and its convection setting bakes faster and more evenly than a traditional oven. This addition was a no-brainer.
“Plus, the thing can cook and baste a 5-pound rotisserie chicken. Our staff simply didn’t have the bandwidth or skill for that before. Ever seen Zukowski try to cook a chicken? Pathetic.”
The oven is originally from China. Before coming to Altitude, it served briefly in an Amazon warehouse and aboard a UPS truck. Away from the office, it enjoys working on its “Microwaves Are Overrated” blog and reading “The Hunger Games.”