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December 1st 2009

Clever Container May Be a Clever Idea for You!

Because we giveaway the Womensnet Amber Grant every quarter, there are many business ideas that we come across that we feel the need to spotlight. I recently corresponded with Karen Eschbach, President and Founder of Clever Container. I’m so intrigued with her business idea that I wanted to pass along her information — for those of you who may be laid off, wanting to switch careers, or even supplement your existing income. I believe this business model can work in any demographic area in the United States. Unless there are areas that prefer to be disorganized that we don’t know about!

Karen advised that Cleaver Containers is a “business very similar to Avon, Mary Kay and Pampered Chef except we present and sell organizing products. Our consultants either purchase or earn a (starter) kit. Once they receive the kid, they show the products at home parties and earn commission the night of the party.”

Here is Clever Container’s information:


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