Time Out Pizzeria unveils its concept delivery vehicle. Courtesy photo
Time Out Pizzeria is pleased to unveil the long awaited concept pizza delivery vehicle owned by Los Alamos auto enthusiast Ken Uher.
Time Out Pizza’s Quality Assurance Manager Mike Luna explains the reasons behind the new concept.
“In a recent test we found that pizza delivered in our new vehicle left our oven at 530 degrees and arrived at its destination at 600 degrees!” Luna said.
Trish and Omar Sanchez own the local eatery and said they also are having a special heat exchange unit constructed that, when perfected, will actually bake pizzas using engine heat while enroute to their eagerly awaiting customers.
“Time Out Pizzeria also has hired as consultants the prestigious technological design firm of Howard, Fine and Howard, three renowned theoretical physicists who have partnered with a LANL scientist to design and build a vehicle that will actually deliver a pizza 5 minutes before it’s ordered.
“Doc Brown has never been wrong and I have the utmost faith that his DeLorean will become the flagship of the Time Out Pizzeria delivery fleet,” Los Alamos resident Marty McFly said.
Trish and Omar Sanchez wish to thank the patrons at both their Los Alamos restaurant next to the Bradbury Science Museum and their White Rock location on N.M. 4 for allowing them to be a fun part of their dining experience. They look forward to obtaining their new vehicles in the near future so they may serve their customers in an even more timely fashion.
Time Out Pizzeria delivery fleet. Courtesy photo