Why I Sell Tupperware

The links  below are to my personal Tupperware website. I receive commission on any purchases made when you shop with me.

In 2006, I met a gal on a mom’s board and we became friends.  She was my Tuppeware lady.  My friend talked all the time about how she was making money and going to this party and that party and I thought wow… I want to make money.  But wow, she’s making money and earning Tupperware for free.

After about a year of listening to my friend talking about all the money she was making, I told my husband, what can it hurt.  I took the plunge and I signed up and became an Independent Tupperware Consultant.  I just call myself the Tupperware Lady (though we do have Tupperware Dudes too).

I told everyone I knew I was selling Tupperware. I felt like a prom queen (well at least a plastic princess).  People wanted to place orders, have a party and some have even joined my team.  And I started earning promotions from Tupperware and free Tupperware.  I earned Tupperware you couldn’t buy yet for free to try out.  And most of all, I was making money. We were able to get those extras which made it nice and take small trips to the local water park. The first thing I bought was tires for my husbands truck.  And I made sure I told him I bought them with my Tupperware money. In 2010, I saved my Tupperware money and took the family to Walt Disney World.

I select what days I will do parties around my kids crazy schedule. I love doing parties and sharing with people how to save money, time and eliminate waste.  Women share such wonderful stories of how they use their Tupperware, what it means to them and how they had a Tupperware Bridal shower and still use those same pieces, 30, or 40 years later.  This has given me some much-needed mommy time with adults.  I get paid to party, make new friends, and have fun!

Maybe you are looking for a flexible schedule, way to add additional income into your home.  I can help! Please connect with me and I would be happy to talk to you and answer any questions you may have on having your own business with Tupperware.

And Tupperware has been around for over 65 years, so you can feel safe knowing they will be around to support you.

 

Comments

  1. Wow! I am impressed! And you are a mom, and you have a blog. Do you sleep? You go on with your bad self!

  2. I submitted my info. :)

  3. You rock, selling tupperware, having a blog and being a mom! Do you sleep? I am impressed!
    If I had some extra money I would first myself some clothes. Getting dressed depends on doing laundry 2x per week and not looking in the mirror. Then I would take my family to Hawaii. My son is obsessed with volcanoes.

  4. Congrats on your success! That is so great to hear that you are doing something that you love and making money doing so!

  5. Congrats on doing so well! that is quiet an accomplishment!
    I remember using Tupperware as a kid! My mom had the best dish set, they were quite small, so they were perfect for us kids to play house with! She still has them….they are at least 30 years old, if not older! I want to inherit them. lol.

  6. Congrats Regina on your success with selling tupperware. That is a great market that will never go out of business.

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