Party 22: Tupperware Party (December 4th, 2009)

Party 22: Tupperware Party
Yes, a real Tupperware Party. Hosted by Peggy Hambrick.

Meet Peggy Hambrick

The Magic Chef...Demonstrated.

Peggy Hambrick demonstrates the Magic Chef.

Orange Peeler

If you came to the party and were lucky enough to get a complimentary orange peeler, this is what you can do with it.
Courtesy Jessica Vitkus

Tupperware Party

Paint Cans & Tupperware

Modeled after lids on paint cans, the lids of Tupperware food storage containers are to be closed with a “burp” to create a partial vacuum and make the seal tight. You push the center of the Tupperware lid while pushing the edge of the lid onto the container’s lip.

Peggy Hambrick - Legacy Executive Director

I started this journey in the Tupperware world in August 1985. It has been a whirlwind courtship. I started as a counsultant and was promoted to manager in 1988. I was an amazing manager for 10 years, earned many awards, and drove a company car. I got a new car every two years, the only thing I had to purchase was gas - that was a huge reward for doing your job. In 1996 I was promoted to Distributor and had that title until Tupperware joined the world of technology and all Distributor titles were changed to Legacy Executive Directors. Tupperware has allowed me to travel to many places, trips I earned for doing my job. Tupperware is a great company to work for - I invite anyone and everyone to try it. Tupperware is the only company I've worked for that rewards you big for doing your job and also making top dollar. Everytime I go to work ITS A PARTY.

Modular Mates

Tupperware Commercial #1

Tupperware Commercial #2

Tupperware Commercial #3