Tupperware is a good company to work with, but I really, really don't recommend that someone who does not have child care to go into it hardcore. You cannot bring your children with you when you do parties, or even when you meet with hosts etc because it would be too distracting and *unprofessional*. I totally just do it on the side, and only sell enough to support my own TW habit! But as far as home party stuff goes, TW is fairly inexpensive to start in and it isn't really hard core with *rules* etc (like I know MK is...not to knock any MK ladies, my SIL does it and the things she tells me just sounds unreal!). There are lots of home party places to look into, one thing you can do is do a search on the my.tupperware site and see how many consultants are in your area (you could do this with most any company I would think), then you would know if the market is totally saturated or not. But from statistics I've heard...that for any home party biz, only about 20% of the population has been touched by it. So that leaves alot of biz opportunities. Good luck!
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8/9/04 at 7:46pm