This wonder product was invented in 1938 and ever since it has grown manifolds. There is a special Tupperware ‘burp’ – close the lid and then reopen a small part to let go of the remaining air.
Tupper was an innovator who created earlier designs as works of art. This idea is taken from closing paint can lids to create an airtight seal. The initial Tupperware products failed miserably at the stores. Consumers didn’t understand the concept of the lids and the ‘burp’ seals and as a result nobody bought Tupperware products. Tupperware has been named one of the greatest inventions of the 20 5.
There is a secret connection between Moms & Tupperware & if you have any doubt, try losing your Tupperware lunch box & face the wrath of your mom.
‘Aaj phir dabba bhool gya, tujhe kal se lunch dena bandh.’ is a line that is most likely to resonate in your ears for weeks at least.
A divorced single mother with the perky good looks of Doris Day and the positive outlook of Norman Vincent Peale, Wise rocketed into the national consciousness as the head of Tupperware’s Home Party Division from 1951 to 1958.
She was a charming Southern belle who instantly became the face of the company, the wizard who moved ever more bowls, cups and containers that were manufactured by the company founder, Earl Tupper, a cold and crusty Yankee inventor.
They played some parlor games, like toss the Tupperware bowl full of grape juice across the living room to see if the patented seal held.
Afterwards the women purchased plastic home products like there was no tomorrow.
That's what I want to bring people back to: the traditional Tupperware party with a little bit of a twist.''It's always just being the character of Aunt Barbara - that is quite challenging at times.
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Damigella foresaw great possibilities with the new product, and immediately decided to add Tupperware to the line of products they offered door to door.
The Damigellas quickly became some of the top Tupperware sales people in the country; in 1952 they were awarded a Cadillac as one of the top six movers of Tupperware in North America. manages the distributorship since his father's retirement in 1994; Jon Nelson went on to become one of Tupperware's regional vice-presidents. 1, Winter/Spring 1989; Winter/Spring 1990; Summer 1990.