I was thinking about getting into saleing something on the side, and i was considering tupperware because there isn't anyone in my area that sales it. Most sale avon, or marykay. I was looking for someone who had any advice on it. Is it somethig good do to on the side? Do you have to do parties? That is what i don't htink i would like. I am thinking more like handing out books to people i know and places i know of people that would but stuff. Can someone tell me how it works?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:16 PM on Mar. 24, 2009 in Money & Work
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Answer by SaferAtHome at 10:25 PM on Mar. 24, 2009
I agree with a couple of the pp's you have to love the product or service you are selling. I am not a Tupperware consultant (I am with a different home based company) but I have a friend who is and it is mostly party based. However there are fundraisers and book parties as well as going to events like fairs, craft fairs, home shows, etc- but those take some investment and planning.
If you like to organize or be organized and like the product then it may work well for you. Plus there are a couple other perk:
In this economy people want the most for their money
Parties can go well because people want to have fun
Tupperware is well known
Good luck in your search!
Answer by lanimommy81 at 2:57 AM on Mar. 25, 2009
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