Traci Gamble


I originally joined Tupperware because of the affordable start up fee and because it looked fun. When I first joined my husband was skeptical because I had previous fails in other direct selling businesses. Due to this I set out to prove him wrong and in no time I was hitting sales achievements, receiving incentives and most recently received a promotion to manager. Now I get to say "I told you so!"

Tupperware has provided an income to help pay some bills that I normally would be struggling with and has helped me build my self confidence. I have a hard time being in large groups because it drains me emotionally. I also have a hard time speaking in front of people. Tupperware has helped me find a comfort level that allows me to successfully conduct face to face business without being terrified. With each accomplishment my drive and desire increases to reach higher feats.

I eventually want to own my own home or set out traveling without the constraints of income and a desk job that confines me to one area. I eventually want to make Tupperware a career as I really enjoy it.

One of my biggest passions in life is in helping others. I chose to name my unit Tupper Angels because my intention is to create a team that focuses on fundraising to help others and in creating a team I can help them as individuals to be successful. One quote I have voiced often is that "it is our individual contributions that must exist before our combined efforts can build a pathway to making a difference."


"The more I help others the more it comes back to me."