Nelson

  • Amputee turns life around with CrestClean franchise

    Cleaner standing by van.

    Khua Zanniat was just 17 when he lost his arm in a workplace accident in Malaysia. With no government assistance and little hope of finding a job to support himself, he faced a bleak future. But, 10 years later, having moved to New Zealand as a refugee, he owns his own business and is living

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  • CrestClean supports Secondary Principals’ Association conference

    Manager at conference stand.

    Existing relationships were strengthened and new ones forged at the recent Secondary Principals’ Association of New Zealand (SPANZ) conference in Blenheim. As a Bronze Sponsor, CrestClean was proud to host a stand, providing the opportunity to catch up with principals from throughout New Zealand and learn more about their schools’ cleaning needs. Attended by CrestClean’s

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  • CrestClean celebrates opening of Alsco’s ‘greenest’ site

    Personnel give the thumbs up.

    CrestClean was proud to attend the official opening of Alsco New Zealand’s new multimillion-dollar premises in Richmond, Nelson. The $10m plant, which combines Alsco’s Nelson and Motueka operations on one site, can lay claim to being the company’s most carbon-efficient plant in Australasia. Built by Coman Construction, it uses a carbon neutral burner fuelled by

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  • CrestClean rewards pupils for “outstandingly clean” classroom

    Mr Cleaner, Mr Crest and even Santa… these are the names that Nelson CrestClean franchisee Karl Parker goes by when he’s cleaning at Appleby School. As far as staff and pupils are concerned, he is part of the furniture — but the kids in Whakatu class were especially pleased to see him when he turned

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  • Daughter plays key role in success of Nelson’s...

    Owning the largest CrestClean business in Nelson keeps Alan Erickson on his toes – but he gets plenty of help from daughter Kyla.  Kyla, who is one of Alan’s employees, enjoys being involved in the day-to-day running of the franchise and says working with her dad is actually fun. “It’s pretty easy as we have

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  • Karl seizes the chance to grow his business...

    A strong sense of a job well done is just one of the many rewards of owning a CrestClean business, says Karl Parker. “I enjoy the cleaning because you might be doing the same job five nights a week, but you feel like you’ve accomplished something every time you walk out,” he adds. He gets

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  • Principal becomes a school cleaner to celebrate Superheroes...

    School principal Justin Neal looks the part as he dresses up as a CrestClean cleaner.

    When he decided to become a cleaner for the day school principal Justin Neal got well and truly swept along by the role. He really looked the part in a CrestClean top as he joined children and fellow staff members for a Superheroes Day at Nelson’s Appleby School. But after taking part in a procession

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  • English couple living the dream in sun-kissed Blenheim

    Colin and Helen Wilson enjoy running their business in one of NZ’s sunniest regions.

    When they first came to Blenheim nearly two decades ago it wasn’t just the glorious weather that captivated English couple Colin and Helen Wilson. “The lifestyle and the people, just everything really and it was a lot more laid back,” says Helen, reflecting on their decision to up sticks and move to the other side

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  • Praise from St John a big surprise for...

    Julie Ashton says cleaning gives her a lot of job satisfaction.

    No one was more surprised than Julie Ashton when a letter of appreciation arrived from St John managers. Working throughout the covid crisis, Julie has been busy carrying out her usual cleaning duties at the Richmond Ambulance Station, ensuring everything is clean and hygienic for the frontline personnel who work from the base. Her dedication

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  • Jacinda makes their day with selfies for CrestClean’s...

    Imagine getting the chance to snap a unique selfie with New Zealand’s Prime Minister. That’s just what happened to CrestClean’s Lakyn Taite-Allen and Mel Fearn, who grabbed the opportunity to get in the frame with Jacinda Ardern during her official visit to Nelson Airport. Lakyn and Mel were on duty at the airport when the

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  • Nelson ticks the boxes for business and lifestyle...

    Tracey Andersen, Kathleen Puha, Julie Ruawai, and Mangisi Kaho..

    Ask Tracey Andersen if she thinks Nelson is a great place to live and work and she’ll rattle off a list of compelling reasons why the region “ticks all the boxes”. She says apart from being known as the sunniest region in New Zealand, the Nelson area has a lot to offer. More people are

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  • Change of fortune puts couple on path to...

    They say in life that lucky breaks often come from something you could not have imagined. Matt Brown’s change of fortune came after he broke his leg in a workplace accident. It was while recuperating at his Nelson home that he chanced upon an advert for CrestClean franchises – and it set him on a

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P O Box 740
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand
Telephone: +64-3-477 1126
Fax: +64-3-477 1194

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