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.
Tony Kramers has gone back to school, to reconnect with his past. The Dunedin Master Franchisee, who can trace his whakapapa (genealogy) back to Ngāi Tahu chiefs Karetai and Te Mātenga Taiaroa, is learning te reo Māori, picking up where he left off more than 20 years ago. “I learnt it through high school, right
When CrestClean’s North Harbour Master Franchisee Neil Kumar bought a cleaning franchise with his wife Rachel 16 years ago he wondered what he’d got himself into. At the time he was working during the day as a CNC operator, helping Rachel with the cleaning in the evenings, and had no idea of the career path
It was great to be back amongst it at the Waikato Principals’ Association Conference! It’s been a while since we’ve been able to catch up with principals in the region, with this being the first get-together since last year’s Covid lockdowns. The conference is usually held every term, and CrestClean is a Bronze Level Sponsor.
CrestClean had a great time catching up with everyone at the annual Secondary Principals’ Association of New Zealand (SPANZ) Conference in Queenstown. Held at Rydges Lakeland Resort, on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, it was a really positive event, and an opportunity to both catch up with existing customers and foster new relationships. “Those that
A Filipino basketball team was proud to wear the CrestClean colours when they played in a recent tournament in Tauranga sporting their new kit. The sponsored uniforms, featuring stars, stripes and the company’s distinctive blue and green colours, were designed by franchisee Lance Vermon, with brand guidance from the CrestClean marketing department. “I liked the
When New Zealand and India compete again each other in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup the Patel family won’t know who to cheer for the loudest. India-born, but with a White Ferns hopeful in the family, their loyalties will no doubt be divided. “It’s the question people always ask,” laughs Pinakin Patel, remaining tight-lipped
When you share the same vision, it makes for a strong relationship. This is certainly the case with CrestClean and community healthcare specialists Healthvision. “At Healthvision, service expertise and focus on quality service delivery is important to us and we choose suppliers for whom this is also paramount. CrestClean aligns with our ethics, values, positioning
CrestClean’s Jeffrey Ganley is excited to have been selected for the Freemasons New Zealand Special Olympics National Summer Games. Jeffrey will be representing Special Olympics Whangarei in indoor bowls, after his team was placed at regional competitions last year. One of the country’s largest multi-sport events, the games will be held in Hamilton in December,
When Invercargill’s Loss and Grief Centre needed to relocate to a building that had been vacant for more than a decade, it was a case of all hands to the pump for commercial cleaning company CrestClean. Seven franchise teams and a carpet care specialist were mobilised to give the building a thorough clean, so the
CrestClean is proud to sponsor not one but two top beach volleyball teams as they compete this summer for a spot in the Commonwealth Games. We are once again getting behind beach brothers Sam and Ben O’Dea, but this year there is a twist — the brothers, who previously played together, have taken on new