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CrestClean business owners Dan Pariachi and Madhu Mala have scooped a major award at an annual event that recognises excellence in New Zealand’s franchise sector. The Dunedin couple are national winners in the Business Services category of the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards. It’s a remarkable achievement for the husbandFull Story
Chris Churchward is delighted how shiny the floor looks at the vehicle dealership he manages. But when he thinks back to how things were a year ago before CrestClean was engaged there’s just no comparison, he says. Chris, General Manager of Autoworld Timaru, says Crest business owner Murray Kelly hasFull Story
When Neville Hall was going through the motions of purchasing his CrestClean business in 2016 he knew the vehicle he chose for the job was a crucial decision that he had to get right. But by opting for a Nissan NV200 van he had no idea it would make himFull Story
Nitendra Narayan and Karishma Chandra couldn’t be happier. Buying a CrestClean business has given the Hawke’s Bay couple the lifestyle they had been striving for. It was while living in Wellington that Nitendra was introduced to CrestClean through a friend. And what happened next began the couple’s journey to working
Being tidy is not normally a priority for most school kids who have plenty of other things to occupy their young minds. But at Ashburton Borough School there’s been a ground shift in attitude by Year 7 and 8 students – and it’s all due to CrestClean’s Cleanest Classroom Award.
Congratulations to Kumaran Nair who has been appointed as a Regional Trainer for the Master Cleaners Training Institute. Gina Holland, CrestClean’s Christchurch South Regional Manager, says Kumaran has worked hard and is a great asset to her team. “He is fully committed and he’s always getting great feedback,” she added.
Business owner Ahimad Nur says he’s never been happier – and it’s not hard to see why. His CrestClean franchise is thriving, his wife’s home sewing business is flourishing and his sons have excelled academically – with his eldest boy looking to study medicine. It’s hard to believe that just
PestCo’s hotline has reported a surge in calls to deal with rats as hungry rodents head indoors as winter sets in. Rat numbers have exploded throughout the country after a long and dry spell of warm weather. While Kiwis enjoyed the record-breaking summer, a downside was it created ideal breeding
It’s not only CrestClean business owners who are reaping the benefits of relocating to regional New Zealand. There has been a steady flow south of people from the Auckland area seeking a better life for themselves and their family. And who can blame them. With less traffic to contend with,
For CrestClean’s Glenn Cockroft, Southland rocks and is a great place to live and run a business. A recent meeting he attended confirmed for him that statistically it’s also one of the safest places to be. Health and safety is an important touchstone for Glenn, CrestClean’s Invercargill Regional Manager. When
A top rugby official has praised CrestClean’s community programme to increase the number of volunteer coaches. Jack Kirifi, Taranaki Rugby’s Development Officer, says John Leslie’s flying visit to the region was a great moral booster for people who want to get involved in coaching youngsters. John, a former Otago Highlanders
Tauranga’s Ben O’Dea has been given a helping hand to get his cleaning business back on the road after the Commonwealth Games athlete had his car stolen. The 25-year-old said it “really sucked” when his Nissan Terrano was taken from his Mount Maunganui home while he and brother Sam represented