New look for old standby

New look for old standby

There are 4 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Aug 19, 2009, titled New look for old standby. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Tupperware, a touchstone of the postwar suburban kitchen that has become synonymous with food-storage containers, is enjoying an encore.

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Debbie

Columbus, OH

#1 Aug 19, 2009
I'm so excited to see this article about the benefits of Tupperware. I am a Tupperware consultant and I absolutely LOVE this product.

What this article doesn't tell is how much fun Tupperware home parties can be. Please take a few minutes and go to www.tupperware.com to find your nearest Tupperware consultant and book a home show for yourself. You can earn FREE and half price Tupperware by having a few friends over for some fun.
Liberty

Johnson City, NY

#2 Aug 19, 2009
My hope is that this product innovation can boost Tupperware sales, and prevent the Government from implementing the "Cash for Containers" program that is currently being discussed on capital Hill. Thank you Tupperware, and Debbie, for doing things the right way. Best of luck.
We use GLAD brand

Blacklick, OH

#3 Aug 19, 2009
We are moving away from plastic food storage bags to re-usable food containers. A variety of shapes and sizes, all microwave and upper rack dishwasher safe is a good investment. In the long run you save money re-using the same containers and reduce the number of zippered bags going into landfills.
TOOK THE WORDS

United States

#4 Aug 19, 2009
Debbie wrote:
I'm so excited to see this article about the benefits of Tupperware. I am a Tupperware consultant and I absolutely LOVE this product.
What this article doesn't tell is how much fun Tupperware home parties can be. Please take a few minutes and go to www.tupperware.com to find your nearest Tupperware consultant and book a home show for yourself. You can earn FREE and half price Tupperware by having a few friends over for some fun.
Really?
Are you being ironic, or did you SERIOUSLY, just post a commercial here?

If it's the latter, you forgot the 'BUT WAIT, there's more...'

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