Tupperware queen in Aust finals

By ADAM WRATTEN

KEPPEL Sands' globe-trot- ting Tupperware manager Me- gan Lee has sealed a spot at next week's My Demonstration Rules national final in Ad- elaide.

Ms Lee, an executive manag- er of Tupperware who has been a demonstrator for three years, won the group's recent cook-off State fin- als in Brisbane and will be one of three finalists from Australia and New Zealand involved in the final. At the national final, Ms Lee will cook a microwavable choc- olate and hazelnut cake, from one of the Tupperware-created recipes.

"I just love the work and real- ly enjoy the cooking part of it,'' Ms Lee, who last year sold $130,000 worth of Tupperware, said.

She is in with a shot of win- ning $6000 worth of Whirlpool (whitegood) appliances.

The bubbly salesperson, who leaves Rockhampton today for South Australia, became in- volved with Tupperware after attending a demonstration.

"I had a demonstration and the lady asked me to join,'' she said.

Since then she has travelled to some of the world's most beautiful spots, courtesy of Tupperware.

"I have got to travel lots,'' Ms Lee said. "I came back from Ha- waii with my partner in Oc- tober. "And I have been to Fiji with my family and last year I went to Japan.''

Ms Lee is one of six Tupper- ware managers in Central Queensland.



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