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  • Ute proves to be a good advert for his C...

    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

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  • Sharing the joy as monarch butterfly tak...

    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

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  • Moving to the regions allows couple to l...

    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

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  • Manager impressed by ‘terrific job’ ...

    Doing the best job for his customers is something he takes pride in so when they give great feedback he couldn’t be happier. “Building that customer relationship is very important and if you constantly do good work people will appreciate it,” says CrestClean’s Dorsamy (Samy) Goundar. At Pact Group, where

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  • Couple step up to join Master Cleaners T...

    Newcomers to the cleaning industry are getting the best start possible thanks to a Hutt Valley couple who have stepped up to join CrestClean’s training arm. Gyaneshwar and Anzila Dass are loving their roles as Induction Trainers for Master Cleaners Training Institute. They were put forward for the role after

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  • Maintaining high standards is Craig’s ...

    When it comes to cleaning he happily admits that he’s been known to be a tad fussy. And that’s not a bad thing says Craig Streeter, CrestClean’s newest member of the company’s Quality Assurance Co-ordinators. But having high standards hasn’t always proved the perfect recipe in terms of maintaining harmony

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  • Enthusiasm shines bright as Krishn celeb...

    He’s been with CrestClean for seven years and he’s just as enthusiastic as the day he began. “It’s the best job I’ve had and I really enjoy it,” says Krishn Adhar, who has doubled the size of his Hamilton business over the past few years. Krishn and his wife Sangeeta

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  • Alan goes out of his way to ensure custo...

    His customers are quick to pass on their praises after experiencing the high level of service he prides himself on delivering. CrestClean’s Nelson Regional Manager Barbara de Vries says she frequently receives great feedback about the work carried out by Alan Erickson and his team. “Alan’s customers really like him

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  • Pizza treat rewards kids for keeping the...

    These kids look so pleased with themselves after scoring a pizza lunch for being so tidy. The Hastings Christian School youngsters were rewarded with the tasty treat for winning CrestClean’s Cleanest Classroom Award. The competition is run at many of the 474 schools that are cleaned by CrestClean franchisees. The

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  • CrestClean business owners help out for ...

    When Cornerstone School announced plans for a fundraiser CrestClean’s Aznayne Ali and Angeline Sahayam didn’t have to think twice about offering to help out. Angeline says they like nothing better than being involved in the school community – but their commitment often goes far beyond just looking after the cleaning.

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  • Company’s financial controller marks 1...

    CrestClean’s managing director had high praise for his financial controller Sharon Churchill when he presented her with an award to mark 15 years’ service with the company. “She gives the directors a whole lot of confidence in the financial well-being of the organisation,” said Grant McLauchlan. Sharon’s long association with

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  • Battery-powered vacuum cleaner brings sa...

    Tauranga franchisees were swept up by innovation when they got a chance to try the latest products designed to make their work a whole lot easier. Among the new gear being demonstrated at a skills workshop was the upgraded battery-powered PacVac unit, which brings the freedom of vacuuming without the

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