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#1 Georgie Boy

Posted 16 December 2010 - 05:59 AM

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#2 ~CheerBear~

Posted 16 December 2010 - 11:14 AM


Hi Ladies,

Hope everyone had a good RBW. Just had a quick question, has anyone elses mystery packs been, well, horrible? My rbw mystery packs came through for my guests, almost all of the were the same. A sanwich keeper, 2 orange parfait dishes and a mini oyster.  mellow.gif  A lot of my customers were disappointed, even I was.
I just went and collected my next order and my guest received the $200 mystery pack. It had the old colour picnic bag, an insulated lunch bag, the citrus juicer top - no bottom - and an illusions jug.

I've been with Tupperware for 2 years and thought this was the worst lot I had seen and was wondering if anyone felt the same? sad.gif

#3 steen2007

Posted 16 December 2010 - 12:28 PM

Oh CB they do sound s bit odd, Mine were really great! I even had a look at my managers and hers were great too, divided bowls, rock N serves, cool cubes, pick a delis, spatulas, and heaps more.

The host ones are good with B2B bowls, fridgesmarts, Alegra etc.

The last ones earlier in the year were average for me, so must just be luck of the draw, and sometimes how early you put your orders in.

I am waiting on my last delivery of the year and then a nice break for me until Party Week.


#4 sashels

Posted 19 December 2010 - 07:24 PM

happy with my packs as well, although too many slices and dices!!

#5 SneeP

Posted 20 December 2010 - 05:57 AM

As a now customer, but ex-demonstrator, I was really unhappy with my mystery pack, which has the basting brush, potato masher, 4 plates from the old picnic set (2 are a solid colour and 2 are clear - the colours don't even look like they go together :S) and two clear mates, which are the only thing that will be useful for me.
I am kind of glad to hear that the others were crap too, I don't think I"ll be making an effort to get a mystery pack again sad.gif

#6 AppleCake

Posted 20 December 2010 - 08:07 PM

SneeP where are you? I'll swap it for you. I think that's a great Mystery Pack.

#7 deltonblues

Posted 30 December 2010 - 08:51 PM

Hi!

Hope everyone has had an enjoyable christmas. I'm just wondering what happens with your manager and distributor if you relocate? Do they make you travel back to your manager/distributor or at some point is there a cut off and you can transfer? And how does that work with your manager?

I'd ask my own manager but don't want to alarm her un-necessarily since hubby and I are only contemplating a move and still have yet to research it, etc.

Cheers


#8 AppleCake

Posted 31 December 2010 - 12:27 PM

QUOTE (iMac Hunt @ 31/12/2010, 09:42 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Can anyone help?

Most TW people are on holidays this week. You really need to ring your demonstrator.
The week 6-12th January is the best as it's National Party Week.

#9 AppleCake

Posted 31 December 2010 - 12:30 PM

QUOTE (deltonblues @ 30/12/2010, 06:51 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi!

Hope everyone has had an enjoyable christmas. I'm just wondering what happens with your manager and distributor if you relocate? Do they make you travel back to your manager/distributor or at some point is there a cut off and you can transfer? And how does that work with your manager?

I'd ask my own manager but don't want to alarm her un-necessarily since hubby and I are only contemplating a move and still have yet to research it, etc.

Cheers

What sort of distance? Suburb, town or interstate?
Feel free to PM me.

#10 steen2007

Posted 31 December 2010 - 02:18 PM

iMac, if you can re schedule them do it! There are great host rewards and guest specials. However there is a $60 voucher for after the $19.
As to the $10000 draw, everyone in January will be entered 5 times with the qualifying sales that you mentioned.
I am in Act Pm if you need any further help.

#11 deltonblues

Posted 31 December 2010 - 09:15 PM

iMAC

The specials can be a bit confusing. So depending on what you have your eye one here is when you should have your party:

Hold it before the 19th jan if you want to be able to pick up the $80 voucher (party sales min. $500) or the exclusive host bonus of the $100 mystery pack for $5 (party sales min. $500).

Hold it after 19th (but before 2nd Feb) if you want to pick up the $60 voucher (party sales min. $500). Regardless of the date ie if between now and 2nd Feb you have the alternative thank you gift to pick (party sales min. $500) of the Wonderlier Bowl Set.

In addition just by holding your party before 2nd Feb and reaching $500 in sales you will receive 5 tickets in the drawer for the $10k. If your party doesnt reach the $500 you can not go in the draw but $500 is VERY achievable and a few outside orders can also help with this one.

Speak to your demonstrator but hopefully this helps you in the interim.

Leanne



#12 deltonblues

Posted 31 December 2010 - 09:17 PM

QUOTE (AppleCake @ 31/12/2010, 01:30 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
What sort of distance? Suburb, town or interstate?
Feel free to PM me.


AppleCake, the travel time would be about 2hrs which is just a bit far to be "doable".

#13 deltonblues

Posted 31 December 2010 - 09:49 PM

QUOTE (iMac Hunt @ 31/12/2010, 10:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Thanks Leanne. Your post was really helpful.

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iMAC, if it suits you better hold the party later on...dont be pressured to hold it when you dont want to. You'll never find a date that works perfectly for everyone but you can often find one that works for most. I guess the only advantage is the Jan specials include a lot of lunch stuff, which would be good for your school mum's.

Glad I helped.


#14 TupperChick

Posted 01 January 2011 - 11:58 AM

Deltonblues I live just under 2 hours from my distributorship our team goes down once a month to the release sales meeting. We are not expected to go every week. My manager has girls in the team that live well over an hour from her.

#15 deltonblues

Posted 01 January 2011 - 09:42 PM

Thanks Kate.

I guess I just dont want to feel that I'd have to make the trip every week. As it is at the moment if there is a release and the meeting starts early I have trouble getting there because I need Dh to come home first, this is despite living very close to the d'ship (less than 15min!!). So I'm a bit worried about the logistics of a 2hr drive and the meeting and how that will all work out esp. if it is a special night and an early start.





#16 nosyla

Posted 05 January 2011 - 02:33 PM

Deltonblues - I guess it also depends on what you want to do. Ultimately it's your business and if you can't travel every week they should understand. You may be able to change distrubutorship but I've been told this is difficult and times and they can be unwilling unless you leave for min 6 months and then rejoin. See what happens and then chat to your manager.

UpsyDaisy - As the host do what suits you the best and if you have a demonstrator your not happy wiht you can always find someone else. It's your day and we're supposed to help you make it a success and get you the gifts you're after.

#17 mummytotwo

Posted 06 January 2011 - 05:18 AM

Does anyone know if the sandwich boxes are meant to be airtight? I hd some bikkies in one and they went stLe, put half a cup of water in and it leaks. Are they meant to be air tight or just keep the sandwich for a couple of hours from getting squashed? Thanks

#18 RedTulip

Posted 06 January 2011 - 05:57 PM

mummytotwo - def air tight! I have never had any of mine leak - sandwiches stay fresh for aaaaages! I would be asking your demonstrator to get it swapped over!

#19 nosyla

Posted 09 January 2011 - 06:15 PM

Hi Girls - I really need to refire my Tupperware business due to other work constraints and wondering if anyone had any ideas about how to do this.

I have no family/friends willing to have a party for me so this makes it a little hard. Any ideas would be great.

#20 deltonblues

Posted 10 January 2011 - 09:06 PM

Hi

iMAC - update for you on the $10k draw entry. If your party sales are between $350 and $500 you get one draw ticket and if it goes over $500 you get 5 tickets. Sorry my earlier post was a bit wrong.

I'm in the refire position too. Trying to work out where to start - thinking guests from parties last year and anyone who has placed an outside order beyond that I'm a bit stuck so I hope I get something from my first two avenues.

Cheers
Leanne

#21 Gone-Country

Posted 13 January 2011 - 08:39 AM

Hi ladies.

Wondered if I could join you?

I live in NZ (but Tupperware is pretty much the same here) and I am about to embark on a TW career!  oomg.gif

I am not a public speaker by any means and am quite nervous. My new 'manager' is taking me to the first sales meeting on 26th of this month so I can check it all out, but I will be following this thread and hoping to learn some tips from you all!  

Cheers,
lisa

#22 Party of 5

Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:11 PM

Does anyone know when the new autumn/winter catalogue starts? I've been on a break for TW as we lost our house in April last year in a house fire and was thinking that the start of the new autumn/winter catalogue would be a good time to get back in to it.

#23 Elemenopee

Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:15 PM

Pretty sure it depends what state you are in, PartofFive. I am in SA and our Sessions is Feb 3.
ETA Welcome L!sa!

Edited by kymbahlee, 18 January 2011 - 12:16 PM.


#24 RedTulip

Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:25 PM

Catalogue won't be starting when sessions is this year - SA is first to have sessions and even though we will see the new products the catalogue won't be released till a few weeks after original.gif

#25 Elemenopee

Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:30 PM

Really? Why would they do it that way? Is it so all states start at the same time?




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