After watching an inspiring Tupperware documentary on PBS (watch it HERE), I’ve been obsessed with hosting my own Tupperware party.
After seeing the consultant’s live demonstration, I was really excited! The colors and variations of these plastics were really great. I hadn’t realized how many Tupperware products my mom used (and still uses). There were so many I wanted to buy.
After the party, both the consultant and my friend Torrie suggested I become a consultant. However, with the horrible turnout, I was not interested in pursuing it.
A few days later, my consultant called to check in and to see if I had any more orders. With no additional orders to give her, she mentioned that they didn’t have any reps for my area.
After some thought and discussions with my hubby, I decided to go for it! I’ve been trying to find a way to earn some money that would also allow me to remain a stay-at-home-mom to our 2 1/2 year old. Plus they didn’t have a rep in my area. I would at least be available to take those orders.
It’s been fun! I’ve attended two team meetings, put together a fundraiser for Sarah’s school, and signed up for next months Holiday Boutique.
Want to host a party and get free stuff like I did? Then please contact me for more information.
Not interested in hosting a party, but want to order online? Visit my website for the full catalog and current specials.
Questions about any of the products? Please email me at sharon @ mamachitchat.com
To kick off my Tupperware business and celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I’m giving away FOUR pink Tupperware containers to my readers.
Giveaway ends at midnight on 10/31/13
Thank you for your support with this new adventure!
Update: Congratulations Sara D you won the giveaway! Please contact me for details.