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Not your mom’s Tupperware: Company steps up online to offer more than containers!

Selling over the internet is a new approach for someone who has been selling Tupperware for more than four decades.

The coronavirus pandemic prodded Skirvin and other members of Tupperware’s independent sales force into hosting online parties, but the shift took place around the same time Tupperware Brands, which is based in Osceola County, changed things up in a turnaround from years of declining sales.

“We reinvented the food storage category more than 75 years ago, and we’re on a journey now to reinvent the Tupperware of tomorrow,” said Cameron Klaus, Tupperware’s vice president of global communications and public relations.



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Release Date: May 21, 2024

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