• Cleanest classroom competition sees big gain in cleaning...

    Shirley Keaton, a teacher at Rosebank School, with the winning Room 7 students.

    Eager children at Balclutha’s Rosebank School went on a clean-up crusade after Crest franchisee Farina Shah spoke at morning assembly. When the youngsters heard about Crest’s Cleanest Classroom Award the eager youngsters couldn’t wait to get started. Farina was joined by Antoine Zoghbi, Crest’s Otago and Southland Quality Assurance Co-ordinator. The pair explained how the

  • Our reigning school team win caretaker’s praise

    Franchisee Ram Kumar (centre) with Simarjeet Singh and Manjinder Singh.

    Kind-hearted CrestClean team members happily rose to the occasion when the heavens opened and a school’s community event was lashed by driving rain. It was a frantic day of constant mopping up and cleaning for franchisee Ram Kumar and his willing workers – but it was also a day that brought his team the satisfaction

  • Praise for Crest from school principals

    Barbara de Vries (right), Crest’s Nelson Regional Manager, presents rugby balls to Janice Gulbransen, Principal of Nayland Primary School, Nelson.

    Crest’s Nelson Regional Manager Barbara de Vries was on the ball when she met local school principals at their annual get together. CrestClean are the Bronze sponsors of the Nelson Principals Association Annual Conference and the company takes pride is supporting the hard work the principals do in maintaining high standards in their schools. Barbara

  • Fiva’s boxing clever for charity fight night

    Fiva Latu lost 11kg in preparation for the charity fight.

    Tomorrow is D-Day for Crest’s Fiva Latu when months of punishing boxing training is put to the ultimate test when he steps into the ring at a charity fight night. But win or lose, Fiva knows every moment will be worth it as he faces a tough opponent in the Hope 4 Whanau Fight Night

  • Fiva lends a helping hand to 100-year-old

    Meeting a 100-year-old proved to be inspirational for CrestClean’s Fiva Latu in more ways than one. Franchisee Fiva popped in on Havelock North’s Douglas Blake as he prepared to celebrate his milestone birthday with family and friends at the Mary Doyle Residential Complex. Douglas’ daughter had asked if someone could give her father’s home a

  • Te Reo Maori posters in big demand

    Bill Douglas (back left), Crest’s Regional Manager Rotorua, Whakatane and Taupo, with Selwyn School Principal Peter Barker and pupils Leah Walker, Jade Nelson and Crystal Mihaka-Barrett.

    Staff at Rotorua’s Selwyn School are so impressed with CrestClean’s new school posters in Te Reo Maori they’ve taken steps to ensure they remain in pristine condition. Within hours of packs of the colourful posters being dropped off by Crest’s Rotorua Regional Manager Bill Douglas, office staff were busy laminating the posters. For not only

  • Taranaki’s on the Crest of beauty and business...

    Prasun Acharya on Taranaki’s iconic Rewa Rewa Bridge.

    Prasun Acharya’s surprised it’s taken so long for the rest of the world to find out what people in Taranaki have always known – the region is one of the best. Taranaki has come in second in a list of the world’s top 10 regions, according to renowned travel publication Lonely Planet. “It’s a beautiful

  • 17,500 free meals thanks to Crest’s fundraising

    Time for a well-earned cold one as Grant McLauchlan and David Kirk relax after the cooking contest.

    They cooked up a storm for a night that will be long remembered by everyone who gave their time to make the event such a sizzling success. New Zealand’s leading business leaders rubbed shoulders with the nation’s top chefs for a gastronomic evening of fun and food like no other. Hundreds of paying guests tucked

  • Property Caretaking triggers enquires from principals

    The CrestClean stand was buzzing at the Te Akatea Maori Principals Conference in Rotorua.

    New services offered by CrestClean triggered a flood of enquires at the Te Akatea Maori Principals’ Conference in Rotorua. Crest’s Rotorua Regional Manager Bill Douglas said there had been a lot of interest in Property Caretaking and Pure Water Window Cleaning. “People wanted to know what sorts of service we can offer apart from cleaning.”

  • Kids get pizza action for cleanest classroom

    Leo Lee presents the pizza prize to teacher Angela Jones at South Hornby School.

    Kids who were a class act in keeping their school surroundings spic and span had a sizzling surprise when CrestClean’s Leo Lee dropped in. Leo arrived laden with boxes of pizza as a reward for the diligent youngsters at South Hornby School. “The pizza certainly went down a treat,” said Kiri James, Crest’s Christchurch South


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