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Tupperware Brands Corporation (TUP)

3/31/2006 Proxy Information

E. V. Goings, the Company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, was indebted to the Company at the end of 2005 in the amount of $ 7,260,535 as a consequence of a loan from a subsidiary of the Company. The Company loaned $7.65 million to Mr. Goings in 1998 to enable him to purchase 400,000 shares of the common stock of the Company. The shares were purchased in 1998 in the open market and are pledged to secure the repayment of the loan, which is non-interest bearing and non-recourse to Mr. Goings. Mr. Goings may prepay the loan in whole or in part and receive a pro rata release of the shares which secure the loan, based on the amount of the loan outstanding compared with the original amount of the loan. Ten percent of any annual bonus awards payable to Mr. Goings must be used to reduce the balance of the loan. The loan matures on November 12, 2006. An additional amount of indebtedness of Mr. Goings is described in the following paragraph.

In October 2000, a subsidiary of the Company adopted the Management Stock Purchase Plan, pursuant to which and since such time such subsidiary has loaned a total of approximately $5,530,189 million to current employees. Of such amount $4,586,843 million has been loaned to eight current executive officers of the Company. The loans bear interest at various rates of interest ranging from 5.21 to 5.96 percent per annum, are recourse to the borrowers and mature over an eight-year period from their origination. The proceeds of the loans were used to purchase shares of common stock of the Company, which were pledged to secure the repayment of the loans. The outstanding principal amounts of indebtedness under the loan program for each executive officer as of December 31, 2005 were as follows: Carl Benkovich, $140,021; Lillian D. Garcia, $279,708; E. V. Goings, $2,372,503; Josef Hajek, $240,298; C. Morgan Hare, $419,255; Michael S. Poteshman, $112,061; Christian E. Skroeder, $674,071; and Josˇ R. Timmerman, $348,921. The largest aggregate amounts of indebtedness by such officers at any time during 2005 were as follows: Mr. Benkovich, $140,021; Ms. Garcia, $369,661; Mr. Goings, $10,574,606; Mr. Hajek, $240,298; Ms. Hare, $419,255; Mr. Poteshman, $149,754; Mr. Skroeder, $1,019,589; and Mr. Timmerman, $461,259.

The purpose of all of the foregoing loan transactions was to enable the borrowers to substantially increase their ownership in the common stock of the Company and to serve as an incentive for performance to increase shareholder value. Based upon the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, no further loans to our executive officers or directors under this plan, or otherwise, will be permitted.

3/25/2005 Proxy Information

E. V. Goings, the Company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, was indebted to the Company at the end of 2004 in the amount of $7,445,566 as a consequence of a loan from a subsidiary of the Company. The Company loaned $7.65 million to Mr. Goings in 1998 to enable him to purchase 400,000 shares of the common stock of the Company. The shares were purchased in 1998 and are pledged to secure the repayment of the loan, which is non-interest bearing and non-recourse to Mr. Goings. Mr. Goings may prepay the loan in whole or in part and receive a pro rata release of the shares which secure the loan, based on the amount of the loan outstanding compared with the original amount of the loan. Ten percent of any annual bonus awards payable to Mr. Goings must be used to reduce the balance of the loan. The loan matures on November 12, 2006. An additional amount of indebtedness of Mr. Goings is described in the following paragraph.

In October 2000, a subsidiary of the Company adopted the Management Stock Purchase Plan, pursuant to which and since such time such subsidiary has loaned a total of approximately $10.5 million to current employees. Of such amount $7.3 million has been loaned to eleven executive officers of the Company. The loans bear interest at various rates of interest ranging from 5.21 to 5.96 percent per annum, are recourse to the borrowers and mature over an eight-year period from their origination. The proceeds of the loans were used to purchase shares of common stock of the Company, which are pledged to secure the repayment of the loans. The outstanding principal amounts of indebtedness under the loan program for each executive officer as of December 25, 2004 were as follows: R. Glenn Drake, $641,192; Lillian D. Garcia, $370,612; E. V. Goings, $3,137,085; Josef Hajek, $234,519; David T. Halversen, $360,056; C. Morgan Hare, $414,545; Michael S. Poteshman, $150,393; Anne E. Naylor, $72,154; Thomas M. Roehlk, $452,606; Christian E. Skroeder, $1,019,054; and Josˇ R. Timmerman, $462,445. Except for Mr. Goings, such amounts also represent the largest aggregate amounts of indebtedness by such executive officer at any time during 2004. The largest aggregate amount of indebtedness by Mr. Goings at any time during 2004 was $10,620,445.

The purpose of all of the foregoing loan transactions was to enable the borrowers to substantially increase their ownership in the common stock of the Company and to serve as an incentive for performance to increase shareholder value. Based upon the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, no further loans under this plan will be permitted.

3/24/2004 Proxy Information

E. V. Goings, the CompanyÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, was indebted to the Company at the end of 2003 in the amount of $7,483,360 as a consequence of a loan from a subsidiary of the Company. The Company loaned $7.65 million to Mr. Goings in 1998 to enable him to purchase 400,000 shares of the common stock of the Company. The shares were purchased in 1998 and are pledged to secure the repayment of the loan, which is non-interest bearing and non-recourse to Mr. Goings. Mr. Goings may prepay the loan in whole or in part and receive a pro rata release of the shares which secure the loan, based on the amount of the loan outstanding compared with the original amount of the loan. Ten percent of any annual bonus awards payable to Mr. Goings must be used to reduce the balance of the loan. The loan matures on November 12, 2006. An additional amount of indebtedness of Mr. Goings is described in the following paragraph.

In October 2000, a subsidiary of the Company adopted the Management Stock Purchase Plan, pursuant to which and since such time such subsidiary has loaned a total of approximately $13.2 million to current employees and of such amount $8.0 million has been loaned to thirteen executive officers of the Company. The loans bear interest at various rates of interest ranging from 5.21 to 5.96 percent per annum, are recourse to the borrowers and mature over an eight-year period from their origination. The proceeds of the loans were used to purchase shares of common stock of the Company, which are pledged to secure the repayment of the loans. The outstanding principal amounts of indebtedness under the loan program for each executive officer as of December 27, 2003 were as follows: Judy B. Curry, $66,912; R. Glenn Drake, $638,115; Lillian D. Garcia, $368,834; E. V. Goings, $3,122,033; Josef Hajek, $229,073; David T. Halversen, $359,490; C. Morgan Hare, $410,074; Michael S. Poteshman, $153,409; Anne E. Naylor, $71,808; Gaylin L. Olson, $706,660; Thomas M. Roehlk, $450,434; Christian E. Skroeder, $1,000,500; and Josˇ Timmerman, $460,226. Except for Mr. Goings, such amounts also represent the largest aggregate amounts of indebtedness by such executive officer at any time during 2003. The largest aggregate amount of indebtedness by Mr. Goings at any time during 2003 was $10,605,393.

The purpose of all of the foregoing loan transactions was to enable the borrowers to substantially increase their ownership in the common stock of the Company and to serve as an incentive for performance to increase shareholder value. Based upon the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, no further loans under this plan will be permitted.

Warren L. Batts was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Tupperware Corporation from its spin-off from Premark International, Inc. in 1996 until his retirement in 1997.

3/26/2003 Proxy Information

No related party transactions or special relationships reported for this company. Director relationships marked "Outside Related" at this firm will most often be former executives of the company. Additional information regarding these relationships will be added during our regular updates.