Tauranga franchisees Eva and Brad Gordon, Christina Yoon, Woo-Sung Lee and Rudy Yoon decided to trade their cleaning equipment for fishing rods and bait. The Tauranga franchisees enjoyed a successful day out fishing and caught enough Kahawai, Snapper and Trevally for dinner. It was Christina and Rudy’s first time fishing.
They were eager to join CrestClean after seeing how another young Timaru couple’s fortunes had changed through becoming business owners. Although they had never met them, Tej and Samreen Dhillon got to discover a lot about Kiran and Randeep Singh through following posts on social media and reading stories about
After seven years with CrestClean, Amol Prakash can be hugely proud of his achievements in building up a successful business. From a modest investment, Amol has worked hard to achieve a fivefold increase in the size of his franchise. He’s highly respected for his work ethic and loyalty to his
He has a sharp eye for detail and says he gets a real buzz out of cleaning. After three years of owning his CrestClean business, Neville Hall is as enthusiastic as the day he started. “I suppose I am passionate about cleanliness and cleaning. I just love to see things
When Ali Irshad and his wife Sheema bought a cleaning franchise they made a slice of CrestClean history by becoming company’s first business owners in West Auckland. Initially their franchise was a small venture that they fitted around their full time jobs, carrying out the cleaning in the evenings. But
Buying a home of your own is a major achievement but imagine the satisfaction of being mortgage-free years earlier than you expect. That’s the situation CrestClean business owners Madukesh Kumar and Irene Roshni were able to achieve, helped by the extra income generated by their cleaning franchise. During the daytime
It was always a dream – but now home ownership is well within their reach. After three years as CrestClean business owners, Hamilton couple Niza and Fredie Dela Cruz say they are now in a much stronger position to take the next step and buy a place of their own.
For Krish and Deedee Kuma it was their dream day but for their boss it was also a very significant occasion. “It’s our first marriage within the South Canterbury CrestClean family,” says Regional Manager Rob Glenie. “I felt very privileged to be invited along to help them celebrate their big
She’s incredibly proud of her CrestClean business and the lifestyle it’s enabled her family to enjoy. After 10 years with CrestClean, Grace Choi was delighted when she received a Certificate of Long Service from Grant McLauchlan, CrestClean’s Managing Director. The award is now proudly displayed at Grace and her husband
He’s got his hands full with a new addition to the family but the busy dad still finds plenty of time to spend with baby Ella. Royce Park and his wife Hannah, who are originally from Korea, love the flexibility that comes with owning a CrestClean franchise. It means Royce
It’s turning heads in Te Puke and acting as a mobile billboard for his CrestClean business. Rajinder Chauhan is over the moon with his Hilux ute, which he says frequently becomes a conversation opener with passers-by. Whether he is parked at Te Puke High School doing the cleaning or out
When a beautiful monarch butterfly took a shine to her CrestClean uniform she knew it was a unique moment and she wanted to share the joy. “It made me feel so happy,” says Zar San, describing how the colourful creature had fluttered around her garden before settling on her distinctive
They’ve had a remarkable change of fortune since taking a big leap of faith and relocating to the South Island from Auckland. After moving to rural Mid Canterbury and investing in a CrestClean franchise, life has never been better for Sandeep and Richa Kumar. Now, two years on, the couple