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Life of the Party: The Remarkable Story of How Brownie Wise Built, and Lost, a Tupperware Party Empire Hardcover – July 12, 2016
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"In the 1950s Brownie Wise accomplished for sales what Elvis Presley did for music. She shook it all up."
"(The Author's)writing could help restore Ms. Wise to her rightful place in the history of American business. Don't wait for the movie. Join the 'Party' now."
"Exhaustively researched and skillfully detailed, Kealing's thorough and engrossing account chronicles...Wise's meteoric rise and subsequent precipitous fall from grace within the company she made a success."
-Megan McDonough, The Washington Post
About the Author
Bob Kealing is an Edward R. Murrow and five-time Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist based in Orlando Florida at WESH-TV. He has appeared on national programs such as Dateline NBC, the Today Show, CBS This Morning, and has appeared as a guest on NPR, CNN, MSNBC, NBC and C-SPAN. The author of four non-fiction books, Kealing's research led to the establishment of the Jack Kerouac House in Orlando, a literary landmark in the National Register of Historic Places, and Gram Parsons Derry Down, a Florida Heritage site honoring the pioneering country rock musician in his birthplace, Winter Haven. Kealing lives north of Orlando with his wife, son and daughter.
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This is very well researched and has some great vintage photos of Brownie during her reign. I think this books should be required for business students. Not only does it remind ourselves of the contribution of workplace women, but it also is an interesting glimpse of the creative process Brownie deployed. I'll never think of Tupperware quite the same.
Stay Tuned, Ill let you know.