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Old 06.07.2010, 14:29
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English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

I have just started as a Tupperware consultant and I am aiming to serve the expat community! I only speak English (limited German) and am willing to travel to meet your Tupperware needs.


Would you like to host a Tupperware Party by inviting your friends to your home and receive free gifts by doing so?
I bring the Tupperware products to your home to display and explain the extensive range of fantastic products.
You can directly order through me without paying any P+P!
The host and guests all receive a free gift and many great offers!
I cater the party to your needs and we make yummy snacks/meals!
There are new specials, host and guest gifts every month.
If you are interested in attending or hosting a party or simply just interested in ordering the products don't hesitate to contact me!
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Old 12.07.2010, 12:51
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

I cant believe this I am interested in having one of these .
I remember when parties involved lots of booze, very little food and assorted mayhem.
Nowdays parties (esp in the Sweiz) have lots of food, very little booze and mayhem either forgot to come or wasnt invited in the first place.
How many people do I need to make it viable for you, and most importantly..what are my free goodies ?
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Old 20.07.2010, 21:48
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I cant believe this I am interested in having one of these .
I remember when parties involved lots of booze, very little food and assorted mayhem.
Nowdays parties (esp in the Sweiz) have lots of food, very little booze and mayhem either forgot to come or wasnt invited in the first place.
How many people do I need to make it viable for you, and most importantly..what are my free goodies ?
Tupperware has changed a lot over the years and they have some great products!! And surprisingly men seem to enjoy the parties and products too!
You can have as many people as you like at your party! I have had a quiet group of 4 around the kitchen table and then a loud expat group of 11 who kept talking about the Tupperware their mothers and grandmothers had!
I cater it to suit your needs so you don't need to worry about it being viable for me - I enjoy doing parties and absolutely LOVE the products, so I have a lot of fun anyway!
Your free goodies change each month! The host/ess specials this month are the Tupperware knifes and Speedy Boy. Depending on how much there is in the way of sales at your party as to how many knifes you get (hmm, maybe it might not be such a good idea for some people though )!
If you choose not to take the monthly specials you can choose products from the catalogue instead, so it is always a win-win situation for the host/ess.

If your interested, Simonminissale, in having a party (as raucous or as quiet as you like) or even just for me to send you out a current catalogue PM me!
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Old 21.07.2010, 08:58
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

No worries, sent you a p.m.
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Old 09.08.2010, 21:59
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

The new specials for the month of August are out!

Any one hosting a party this month gets the Eiswuerfelbox Plus, worth ChF 21.90, absolutely free. The hostess also receives the guest gift as well.
All guests at the party get 2, 250ml Antarktika Plus-Set free. No order is necessary to get the freebies!

To see the latest specials click on the link below

http://www.tupperware.ch/GER/today/30.html
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Old 09.08.2010, 22:14
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I cant believe this I am interested in having one of these .
I cannot lie, I like tupperware a lot too, especially those that are like Babushka dolls! does that make me fluffy?! If I have a party, I will be in touch
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Old 22.08.2010, 21:17
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

Special for this week only!

"The Speedy Boy is faster than a knife and less fuss than a food processor for those small quantities. By pulling the cord on the Speedy Boy you get the 3 blades spinning to achieve the smallest dice of garlic and onions without tears!"
Easy to control for chunky or finely diced fruit, vegetables, herbs and nuts.

The Speedy Boy chopper is perfect for chopping onions for your meatballs, garlic and fresh herbs to make your own garlic butter, walnuts for carrot cake, and even for making hummus and pesto.

For CHF59.90 you get the 300ml Speedy Boy with storage seal and spatula. Also available, for CHF9.90 are recipe books in either French, German or Italian.

PM me to place an order. I will deliver it to you personally within 2 weeks of ordering.
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Old 31.08.2010, 16:23
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

This months specials!

Small set of 6 jelly forms and a large dessert form for CHF60!

Fabulous purple salad spinner for only CHF49.90.

Let's not forget the hostess! This months hostess specials are the Tuppervision Sets - perfect for organising and maximizing your cupboard space!

For all of the great offers this month, check out the link

http://www.tupperware.ch/GER/today/30.html
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Old 31.08.2010, 18:00
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This months specials!

Small set of 6 jelly forms and a large dessert form for CHF60!
If you can put us onto a local supply of jelly crystals, I'll buy ten!!

PM me if anyone's interested in a jelly party ... my wife suggested it ... we still have four boxes of Aeroplane Jelly crystals in the pantry, brought all the way from Australia ...

PS I love tupperware parties too ... went to one a coupla years back because I couldn't find my orange peeler ... got a free one just for walking in the door!
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Old 31.08.2010, 18:02
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

Do you have tupperware in precisely the size of 1 US cup?
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Old 31.08.2010, 18:08
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Hi, I would like one pack of D29 - how do I buy?
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Old 31.08.2010, 18:23
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If you can put us onto a local supply of jelly crystals, I'll buy ten!!

PM me if anyone's interested in a jelly party ... my wife suggested it ... we still have four boxes of Aeroplane Jelly crystals in the pantry, brought all the way from Australia ...

PS I love tupperware parties too ... went to one a coupla years back because I couldn't find my orange peeler ... got a free one just for walking in the door!
Unfortunately I haven't come across the jelly crystals here but you can buy jelly at Migros, Coop and definitely in Germany too. It is more like the English version where you dissolve a jelly like cube in boiling water. My kids didn't complain so I'm assuming there is very little difference to the Oz versions that they were use to.

I'm happy to post a catalogue out to you as it is amazing as to how different the products are here to back home. Just PM me your address and I'll slip in another orange peeler for you!

Let me know if you're keen on having a party!
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Old 31.08.2010, 18:42
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Hi, I would like one pack of D29 - how do I buy?

If you're looking for a bite - I like it hard grrrrl

The work out the precise size of 1 US cup to the local equivalent then look below.

http://www.onlineconversion.com/foru...1055566912.htm

I can order D29 - Festival (3) 200ml containers, tonight and have them for you this time next week. Did you also want the D52, Schwingbesen, as well? PM me your details and I'll arrange a delivery time for next week. I am also happy to send you out a catalogue
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

Brand new Autumn/Winter catalogue is out!

http://www.tupperware.ch/GER/today/31.html


Check out the new monthly specials

Fresh Herb Planter CHF 29.90
Speedy Boy in fabulous green CHF 59.90 or both for CHF70!!

Mega Smart 5.5L - perfect for storing your potatoes, onions, apples

Salad container with it's own knife, fork and container for salad dressing CHF29.90

UltraPro Set - 2L + 3.5L + UltraPro recipe book (in German, French or Italian) CHF180. Freeze, microwave, bake, roast and serve. Prepare traditionally baked and roasted dishes in half the time - microwave to keep it fast, and finish the cooking in the conventional oven to keep the flavours and textures real.

For all the great specials check out the link

http://www.tupperware.ch/GER/today/30.html

Contact me for a catalogue or to place an order.
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

Anyone interested in a tupperware party in zurich, I'm happy to host...just PM me and ka pai and I'm sure we can organise something in November 2010...

And I have three boxes of 'aeroplane jelly' in the cupboard
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Anyone interested in a tupperware party in zurich, I'm happy to host...just PM me and ka pai and I'm sure we can organise something in November 2010...

And I have three boxes of 'aeroplane jelly' in the cupboard
Thanks Swisspea! Sounds like we could make jelly shots in a variety of different sized Tupperware containers

Everyone attending the party receives a free gift, regardless of placing or order or not. There is also a new kids special catalogue which is being released and will be on sale until Christmas!

More details will follow.
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

Updating here:

I'm going to host a tupperware party with our forum member ka pai, at my apartment in Adliswil (short walk from Adliswil train station, 16 minute from the Zurich HB) on Saturday 27th November 2010. 14:00-17:00.

If you are interested, PM me and I'll organise to post you a catalogue plus the info about the party.

It'll have to go in the 'commercial' events listing as it falls under the requirements as a 'sale' type event.

Thanks!
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PS. anyone who attends gets a free 'tupperware' gift...
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Old 23.10.2010, 22:37
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Re: English Speaking Tupperware Consultant!

The new specials available now until 7th November.

Three mixing bowls with lids - 1.5L + 3L + 4L bowls for CHF80

5 Measuring cups/scoops + 250ml measuring jug for CHF39.90

2 Ravioli presses, a croissant press & empanda maker for CHF90!

Croissant recipe book CHF9.90

Check out the link for all of the great specials

http://www.tupperware.ch/GER/today/30.html

Send me a PM to place an order or to request a catalogue.
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Golly you must be BORED. Wish you luck with your venture, but I am truly allergic to those kind of parties.
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Bored?? I have 4 kids!!
It does get me out of the house and gives me some adult conversation though

It's not everyones cup of tea, but thanks for looking!

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