“What a bunch of legends!” That’s how Rangitata MP James Meager described CrestClean, after meeting franchisees at Bluestone School in Timaru. CrestClean’s South Canterbury Regional Master Franchisee, Rob Glenie, and franchisees Kiran Kaur and Randeep Singh were at Bluestone to celebrate their seven-year relationship with the school, when the local politician made a guest appearance.
Instead of ‘an apple for the teacher’, CrestClean franchisee Nisha Khan gifted Kerikeri Primary School teacher Angela Sime with chocolates and a coffee cup — and the class got pizza, fruit juice and lollipops. The occasion? For being tidy Kiwis! Room 14 was the winner of the latest Cleanest Classroom Award at the school, after
CrestClean was honoured to be presented with a special certificate at the annual New Zealand Principals’ Federation Conference, to acknowledge a successful 15-year partnership. CrestClean has supported NZPF since 2008, first as a Bronze Business Partner, progressing to Gold Business Partner six years later. The certificate was presented by NZPF President Leanne Otene, who described
CrestClean enjoyed networking with the local business community at the recent Taranaki Chamber of Commerce 2023 Business Showcase. More than 250 people attended the event, which was held at the Plymouth International, and attracted 60 exhibitors. The CrestClean stand was popular, with Taranaki Regional Master Franchisees Naresh and Radhna Mani on hand to provide information
CrestClean was proud to support some of the country’s up-and-coming young swimmers, as well as some of New Zealand’s top swimmers, at the recent Evolution Winter Champs swimming competition held in Tauranga. The event was held over two days and attracted more than 240 North Island athletes. This included Josh Gilbert, who was a junior
And the winners of CrestClean’s South Canterbury ‘Cleanest Classroom Awards’ for Term 2 are… drumroll… • Room 7, Ashburton Netherby School• Room 2, Beaconsfield School• Room 5, Ashburton Intermediate• Room 5, Bluestone School• Room 7, Rakaia School• Room Kererū, Hinds School• Room Waterton, Longbeach School• Room 1, Dunsandel School Congratulations to all the students who
Hawke’s Bay franchisees recently enjoyed a ‘get-together’ to acknowledge their efforts following Cyclone Gabrielle. “We’ve had a really rough time as a region, so I wanted to hold a feel-good event where everyone could get together and enjoy each other’s company,” says Tim O’Leary, CrestClean’s Hawke’s Bay Regional Master Franchisee. “While the floods and the
It’s official! Fifteen years after deciding to make New Zealand his home, CrestClean’s Danny Mastroianni can finally call himself a Kiwi. Danny, who is the Regional Master Franchisee for Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago, is proud to have become a New Zealand citizen, after attending a special citizenship ceremony at the Central Otago District Council
At Vogeltown School, lunchtime means rugby time! So, when CrestClean gifted the school a couple of its rugby balls, they were received with open arms. “We’ve always had a good relationship with CrestClean and when we were offered the rugby balls, I said ‘yes, that’d be awesome!’ And they’re good quality rugby balls too. They’ve
Kamal Jeet Singh arrived in New Zealand with just $50 in his pocket — now he owns a successful business with a turnover of more than $400,000. The accomplished business owner recently clocked up 20 years with CrestClean, making him the company’s longest-standing Auckland franchisee. To celebrate the impressive milestone, Auckland Central Regional Master Franchisee
Term 3 ended on a high note for tidy Kiwis in South Canterbury who won the region’s latest Cleanest Classroom Awards from CrestClean. The Cleanest Classroom programme is run at many of the over 500 primary and intermediate schools that are cleaned by CrestClean franchisees, with the classrooms that are kept the cleanest in the
It has been 14 years since CrestClean first provided sponsorship to the New Zealand Principals’ Federation — and this year we got to go back to where it all started. The NZPF’s annual conference was held in Christchurch for the first time since 2008, the same year in which we became an official Business Partner.