Here at Tupperware, we celebrate Mom every day—not just on Mother’s Day! So when we read Executive Manager Denise Guin’s story, it was something we just had to share with all of you:
I’m a TupperKid…all grown up. My mom started her business when I was 18 months old. As the youngest of 4 girls, my older sisters were grown and out of the house, so at some point there was no one left to babysit. I went everywhere with my mom. Delivering, throwing books in every driveway we could find. When I was old enough, I would babysit at her parties while the ladies shopped and Mom did her demo. Back then the titles were different, but Mom had a new car every two years and then moved up to VIP and got one EVERY year. Not to mention the prizes she won. One year, we got our first TV with a VCR and video camera. We thought we were something else!
Mom put all four of us kids through college with her Tupperware earnings.
Mom put all four of us kids through college with her Tupperware earnings. She gave her whole life to us kids and her grandkids. After nearly 40 years of Tupperware, Mom went to be with the angels on January 25, 2012. She was even offering her nurses Tupperware catalogs that day…it was in her blood! Mom touched SO many people during her time here on Earth. I picked up where she left off and am carrying on with her legacy. I have met so many people who loved her so very much.
Those new friendships and being able to carry her with me inspire me EVERY day. I never knew how fun it was to be a Tupperware Lady, until I actually tried it! Not to mention how rewarding it is. I couldn’t believe it when I got my first award for sales! I would love to make Director, hand in my two-weeks’ notice and drive a Tupperware car!
I never knew how fun it was to be a Tupperware Lady, until I actually tried it!
—Denise Guin, Tupperware Executive Manager
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