CrestClean Shouts Morning Tea for Staff of Matipo Primary School
Two eager CrestClean teams are working together to keep Matipo Primary School looking it’s best and have even shouted the staff an end of year morning tea as a thanks for being so good to them.
Shalvin and Edran Raj, and Kamal Kishore manage half the school each and according to the school’s Principal, Wayne Bainbridge- they are doing a great job.
He says, “Since CrestClean came on board with our cleaning, it’s been a very positive experience. They are very professional and providing their own cleaning equipment and supplies takes a weight off my shoulders because I can just let them get on with it. I don’t have to supervise which allows me to save a lot of time. The CrestClean system is seamless, because in the event of any issues, I know I can just call Caroline (West Auckland Regional Director) and she will sort it out.”
The CrestClean teams happily invited the Matipo Primary staff to join them for morning tea as a thank you for being so good to them and as a chance to say Merry Christmas.
Regional Director Caroline Wedding says, “The team organised this themselves with no input from me. It was a lovely gesture that I’m sure all the staff really appreciated it.”
One of the CrestClean franchisees behind the idea, Shalvin Raj says that they were happy to do it as Matipo Primary has been a great customer and everyone has always been so kind to them.
Shalvin is from Fiji and moved to New Zealand in 2006 to join his family. “We are really happy working with CrestClean,” he says, “We enjoy the benefits of running our own business. Caroline is so good to us, she is always helping us to gain new customers and expand our business.”
Caroline is very happy with the teams looking after Matipo Primary School. “Our teams have worked incredibly hard to ensure the school is kept clean and hygienic,” she says, “Their efforts have not gone unnoticed, by the school and CrestClean alike. On behalf of all of the CrestClean team, thank you for all of your hard work guys!”