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Pure Water Window Cleaning is becoming increasingly popular among businesses in Tauranga. The service provides cost effective window cleaning solutions for buildings up to 4 stories high. Carbon fibre poles and pure water technology is used to clean external windows. Carbon fibre poles can to extend to 10 metres, whichFull Story
Sharing different things that have improved their business were one of the many discussion topics at the Hutt Valley team meeting. The meeting was held at Wholly Bagels in Lower Hutt. “There were a number of topics discussed throughout the meeting; Health and Safety was one of these. We discussedFull Story
Nelson franchisees Colin and Linda Bartlett sponsored a hole at the Lower Moutere School Golf Tournament. The inaugural tournament was held at the Motueka Golf Course on April 10. Colin and Linda sponsored a barbecue breakfast before the 18-hole Ambrose Golf Tournament started as well as a gift basket, whichFull Story
Room 3 at Methven School are tidy kiwis. At the end of each day throughout Term 1, pupils spent time cleaning up their classroom. As a result of their hard work, they won the CrestClean Cleanest Classroom competition for Term 1. The class enjoyed pizza for lunch as their reward.
Three lucky principals are thrilled they won a set of rugby balls for their school after they attended the Wellington Primary Principal’s Association Conference. As part of CrestClean’s stand, 126 principals entered the draw to win a set of nine rugby balls for their school. The winners were Northland School,
South Canterbury Regional Manager Robert Glenie is looking forward to passing on the skills and drills he has learnt at the CrestClean LeslieRugby Junior Rugby Coaching Programme to his junior rugby team. About 15 coaches and 30 kids attended the session that was held at Alpine Energy Stadium in Timaru.
CrestClean South Auckland has sponsored Mauku School’s annual Fun Run. Regional Manager Viky Narayan donated five rugby balls, which will be used as one of the many spot prizes for competitors at the April 10 event. “It is the first time we have sponsored this event,” he says. “Funds raised
Saint Paul’s Catholic School ‘Kotuku’ classroom pupils ended Term 1 on a high with a pizza celebration lunch. The pizza lunch, put on by CrestClean Nelson franchisees Melanie and Robyn Fern, was a reward for having the Cleanest Classroom in the whole school. CrestClean’s Cleanest Classroom competitions are held at
The Waikato Principals’ Association Conference was a great networking opportunity, Waikato Regional Manager Nivitesh Kumar says. About 120 delegates attended the conference that was held at the Kingsgate Hotel on March 17. As part of CrestClean’s stand, bottles of Anti-Viral sanitiser and microfibre cloths were given out to attendees. “It
North Harbour franchisee Ashveen Raju (Ash) has been commended for going the extra mile for one of his customers Rylock Auckland. Office administrator Barbara James says Ash always does a great job. “He always goes over and above what we require and when asked to do something extra, he is
Seven years has gone fast for Dunedin franchisees Hilda Whatuira-Davies and William Davies. The husband and wife team received a Long Service Award recognising their commitment. “Seven years has gone fast,” Hilda says. “We really enjoy what we do.” The decision to join CrestClean was made easier after Hilda was
Principals attending the 2016 Wellington Primary Principal’s Association Conference were impressed with CrestClean’s SafeClean® Health, Safety and Environmental Management System. About 250 principals attended the Wellington Primary Principal’s Association Conference that was held at Te Papa Museum on March 31 and April 1. Hutt Valley Regional Manager Pravin Hansaraj, Wellington