Tupperware to raise funds for Wolverines

Special to WC Online

WEST CARLETON – Tupperware saleswoman Sandra McMurray is using her job to raise funds for the West Carleton Wolverines Football Club.

“Some of you may know me as the crazy camera chick from past years with the girls touch football teams,” McMurray released in a statement today. “For those of you who do not know me, my name is Sandra McMurray and I also sell Tupperware.”

McMurray will use her stock to raise funds for the volunteer-run football club.

“I have decided this year to team up with the West Carleton Wolverines Football Club for their fundraising,” McMurray said. “I am going to donate 15 per cent of all sales made through my website or directly with me, to the West Carleton Wolverines Football Club. I hope that you will help your teams out by purchasing Tupperware for your use.”

McMurray says now is the time to prepared for the school year.

“In the July flyer, there are some great lunch kits for back to school,” she said. “There is also a new freezable, virtually unbreakable water bottle. And don’t forget most Tupperware products have lifetime warranties unless otherwise stated in the brochure.”

If you are interested in supporting the West Carleton Wolverines Football Club while stocking up on Tupperware, you can visit McMurray’s website here.

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