To be honest, I joined to sell with family and friends. I never in my life thought I would become what I am at this point
I joined in April 2017 all because Jacki Ihlenfeldt somehow came across my news feed on Facebook. Her post was about how you could start a Tupperware business for just $39 and I thought it was too good to be true. So I began asking questions and talking with Jacki and no doubt, I knew I wanted to join.
To be honest, I joined to sell with family and friends. I never in my life thought I would become what I am at this point, and I say that lightly because I am moving on up. Not long after I joined, I had a friend message me, and she started asking how to join, and she ended up signing up. I didn’t really want to have a team (called a unit at this level in Tupperware) when I started, but why not right?
Since then, I have become a unit of 12 — three lines deep, and in September I stepped up to MANAGER!
I wouldn’t have these ladies if it weren’t for the Confident Start Program.
That’s amazing for me because I’m not able to work a “normal” job. I have two kiddos, ages two and four, and both are autistic. We do not have many resources for this issue in our area, so I need to stay at home and take care of them daily. Thanks to Tupperware and my AMAZING 12 woman unit, I am able to do that.
In October, we were $60 away from $7,500 as my first month as a Manager. I wouldn’t have these ladies if it weren’t for the Confident Start Program. I am three active recruits away from stepping up to STAR Manager. Thirty-nine dollars really has changed my life in ways I couldn’t even begin to imagine.
Thank YOU Tupperware!
Vera Travis, Manager.