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Old 20-12-2005, 06:54 AM posted to rec.food.baking
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Default Tupperware's Holiday Helper Program

Our Holiday Helpers receive $68.50 worth of Tupperware for only $15.00.
With this Tupperware you may then do one-on-one selling with your
family and friends - or you can do a mini demo around the kitchen
table.

If you then decide that you love what you are doing, you have the
option to upgrade to the full kit by the end of the year.

No matter how far you want to take it though, you'll make 25% of
whatever you sell, plus you'll have the opportunity to earn up to an
extra 10% as a bonus.

How does all of this sound? There is no long-term obligation

To make it even better, I will refund the purchase price of this kit if
you gather $250 in orders within your first 30 days.

The Kit:
includes: 1 Cake Taker, one 4-cup Flatout, one 6-1/4 cup Heat 'n Serve,
one Saucy Silicone Spatula, Recipe Book, 1 Catalog, 3 Order forms.

for more information please contact:


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Our Holiday Helpers receive $68.50 worth of Tupperware for only $15.00.
With this Tupperware you may then do one-on-one selling with your
family and friends - or you can do a mini demo around the kitchen
table.


How does all of this sound? There is no long-term obligation


Tupperware is a produce that is too expensive and has been replaced by both
less costly and/or more effective alternatives.


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Default Tupperware's Holiday Helper Program

correction: Email is



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