CrestClean shines at Canterbury Primary Principals’ Association Conference
CrestClean was proud to be a key sponsor at the Canterbury Primary Principals’ Association’s annual ‘Leadership Conference’.
The conference spanned two days and took place at Addington Raceway in Christchurch, providing a valuable platform for knowledge-sharing and networking.
With close to 150 delegates in attendance, it was an excellent opportunity for CrestClean to connect with educators and showcase its services.
At the CrestClean booth, Regional Master Franchisees Yasa Panagoda, Gina Holland and Rob Glenie enjoyed engaging with school leaders, with a prize draw creating a bustling hub of activity.
More than 120 people entered in the draw to win a gift hamper of wine and nibbles, with the winning name drawn by Shane Buckner, who serves on both the Canterbury Primary Principals’ Association Conference (CPPS) and New Zealand Principals’ Federation (NZPF) executives.
The lucky recipient was Toni Burnside, the principal at Pareawa Banks Avenue School, who was thrilled to win and says she felt “spoilt” to win the prize.
CrestClean also distributed microfibre cloths and bottles of Anti-Viral Sanitiser, emphasising their commitment to hygiene and wellbeing in educational settings.
“It was great to meet with the principals face to face and discuss their needs,” says Yasa.
A key topic of conversation was All-of-Government pricing offered by CrestClean through its partnership with Alsco, and the cost-savings to schools.
There was also a good uptake of RecycleKiwi resources — a CrestClean initiative that distributes free stickers and posters to helps schools and businesses streamline their waste management and recycling systems.
“Throughout the event, we felt incredibly welcomed and we appreciated the opportunity to connect with the education community, and reinforce out commitment to helping schools maintain clean and hygienic environments that are conducive to learning.”