First Model of Most Powerful Blender Assembled at KitchenAid Factory

GREENVILLE, Ohio, March 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Tess Masters, author of "The Blender Girl" and popular blog, yesterday assembled the first model of the industry's most powerful home blender at the KitchenAid factory in Greenville, Ohio. Joining her were (from left to right) Derek Ernst, global marketing director for KitchenAid small appliances, Ken Hossler, senior director at Whirlpool's Greenville plant and Roberto Miller, senior manager of manufacturing operations.

From left to right: Derek Ernst, global marketing director for KitchenAid small appliances; Tess Masters, author of

"I'm delighted that KitchenAid, the most beloved appliance brand in the United States, has now created the best blender in the world," said Masters, a native Australian now living in Los Angeles.  "After extensively using every major blender on the market, I'm so proud to partner with KitchenAid on this major launch."

Scheduled for availability in May, the new KitchenAid® Pro Line® Series Blender will be offered in two models, both featuring a 3.5 Peak HP motor, self-cleaning cycle and 10-year warranty. The upgraded model adds a dual-wall jar for use in automatically heating blended ingredients. Both will offer three pre-set recipe programs for Soup, Juices and Smoothies. Williams-Sonoma will be the exclusive retailer to debut the Pro Line® Series Blender in stores, in its catalog and on




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