Spring Fashion Debut: Tupperware for today

Tupperware has come a long way since it was introduced to your Grandma back in the day.

Consultant Patricia Robertson thinks its useful to every kitchen in America with “organization and money saving” as two reasons it has stood the test of time.

Tupperware will be one of more than 20 vendors participating in the Feb. 11 Love is in the Air: Spring Fashion Debut in downtown Waynesboro from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. She’ll be set up at Initial Inspiration downtown.

“I will be promoting modular mates, fridge smarts and vent and serve containers,” she said. And she’ll be sharing February specials with another who stops at her booth.

She’ll be demonstrating the Tupperware Quick Chef Pro at her table making salsa and tortillas.

One thing that hasn’t changed in all the years of Tupperware, “there is a lifetime guarantee on our products.”

For more information on the Spring Fashion Debut, visit www.waynesborofashion.com.


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Patricia Robertson
Stuarts Draft, Va.


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