Hungry visitors cleaned out the entire stock of home-made dumplings cooked up by Crest’s Taranaki team for a school fundraiser. There was a mini stampede for the tasty treats when Regional Manager Prasun Acharya and his wife Diksha Niraula set up their stall during a gala evening at Vogeltown School. A long queue formed as
CrestClean’s community programme to boost junior rugby has taken off as ex-Highlanders player John Leslie prepares to deliver the next round of his unique training sessions. John, a former Scotland international, is touring the country visiting rugby clubs and local parks with a new series of free workshops for volunteer rugby coaches throughout New Zealand.
CrestClean has played a part in helping to make a school’s annual fundraiser a runaway success. The popular Mauku Fun Run this year raised $8,000 towards school resources, the money enabling youngsters to enjoy extra activities outside the classroom. Viky Narayan, CrestClean’s South and East Auckland Regional Manager, donated two $50 vouchers as prizes for
Ex-Highlanders player John Leslie has ramped up his goal to boost the number of junior rugby coaches by rebooting his acclaimed training programme. The former Scotland international says there’s no shortage of mums and dads willing to get involved in coaching – but they often lack good resources to make it happen. The Dunedin-based rugby
Crest doesn’t have the contract to clean France’s iconic Eiffel Tower – well, not just yet! While it might be a tall order right now, franchisees Anthony and Jackie Batoy left visitors to the famous Paris landmark in no doubt that the CrestClean team was in town. Wearing their eye-catching CrestClean tops, the Invercargill couple
These Hamilton youngsters got swept up by the cleaning bug to win CrestClean’s Cleanest Classroom Award. The Newstead School pupils tucked into pizza as a reward for keeping their classroom the tidiest. The competition is run at many of the 430 schools that are cleaned by CrestClean franchisees. The classroom that is kept the cleanest
She’s gone from being a stay at home mum to successful business owner. Moonyean Kaur hasn’t looked back and her achievement and dedication to her business has won her and husband Ravinder Singh Tauranga’s Rookie Franchisee of the Year Award. Jan Lichtwark, CrestClean’s Tauranga Regional Manager, says the couple were standouts among the new franchisees.
The hard work of those who ensure everything runs smoothly at a busy Wellington school has been officially recognised. As part of the Bellevue School’s end of year tradition, all contractors and helpers are invited to attend a “thank you” morning tea. And the CrestClean team who take care of the cleaning duties were delighted
Kids were just itching to grab a piece of the action when a prize of six rugby balls arrived at their school. Principal Gareth Swete found plenty of young hands willing to try out the balls he won in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools.
Being present for the birth of his first child was a precious moment for new dad Kapil Bhatt. It was a joyous occasion he and his wife Preeti shared in the safe surrounds of a hospital birthing unit. But little did they realise that just 15 months later what he witnessed and remembered that day
You could almost hear the lyrics of Abba’s famous Dancing Queen hit single resonating around the costume hire shop when CrestClean’s Caroline Wedding excitedly made her selection. Caroline, the company’s Auckland West Regional Manager, led an all-female CrestClean team to a charity fundraiser. But before attending the event, the trio were tasked with finding something
It didn’t take long for children at an Auckland school to get their hands on rugby balls won by their principal. Richard Johnston was one of the six lucky winners in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools. He revealed his win to pupils at Panmure