A lifetime Tupperware lover, Rachel came to Alaska with her husband and young son through the military, four and a half years ago.
Rachel has always been fascinated with small businesses while watching many family members run their own businesses throughout her life. She even tried out a few of her own over the years, including a short stint with Tupperware in 2004 and becoming a landlord at 27 – but none of those paths seemed to be the right fit at the time. While obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Small Business, Rachel continued to use her beloved Tupperware and order through her former Director.
Recently, she was invited to an online Tupperware party and decided it was the right time to dive back into her own business.
Being a wife and a mother has given her more insight into how investing in Tupperware products can help save money and make her life easier; especially with meal preparation. She has made new friends through her new business that will surely become life-long friends. Still being fairly new to Alaska, having a Tupperware business gives her the opportunity to make new friends with other moms. And with the power or the Internet, when they are ready to move their family to another state, she can move her business with her, making new friends in their new home – all while still being able to stay connected and take care of her Alaska friends and customers.
The flexibility of making your own schedule is very helpful to her while juggling all of her responsibilities. Rachel can stay home with her son and help babysit for other friends, but her business also helps her get out of the house and have time with other adults. Believing in such a great product like Tupperware has allowed Rachel to get out, have fun, and make new friends – all while being able to make money as well!