06/03/2011 05:39AM ● Published by Style
Photo by Dante Fontana
Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?
Before Tupperware, I was working fulltime as a hair designer and living a very busy lifestyle. Growing up I never thought I would consider doing Tupperware, so I guess the opportunity found me. When I first thought of Tupperware, I saw old ladies and plastic bowls. That is definitely not true though; it is far MORE than that. It has changed the way my family lives and eats and has opened the door to many new possibilities for us as a whole. Now, I can offer the same thing to other families in the community and throughout the U.S. – enhancing their lives through our wonderful product line and opportunities. I have personally grown into the woman I am today because of this wonderful opportunity.
How are you involved with both the community and your customer?
Being involved and helping out in the community with social events and our church wherever we can, as a family, is important. My customers are very important to my business too, so I try to have constant communication with them – personally thanking them for even the littlest things, making them feel that I am truly “all about them” in our one-on-one appointments, or making the hostess feel absolutely special as she invites me into her home and introduces me to her friends/family. I always make sure my customers get the perfect fit of our systems and products that suits their needs and never treat them as “just a sale,” but rather as people who desire to live healthier lifestyles; therefore, they become like family.
What’s your favorite local business other than your own?
My family and I love to support any mom and pop business in the local area.
And finally, customer service is…?
It’s everything in a business and the most important part of a business’ success. Customers come first in all aspects of my business. I want to give my best to each of my customers and/or families and get to know their needs and desires for my Tupperware products.
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