Nelson

  • Trish finds her niche volunteering after CrestClean’s rallying...

    Trish Richards presents a vacuum sealer to Wayne Moss, a team leader at Loaves and Fishes.

      A rallying call encouraging CrestClean’s Nelson personnel to help out in their local community struck a chord with Trish Richards. Trish, who has undertaken volunteer work for charitable organisations before, dropped in on Loaves and Fishes, a community meals project in central Nelson. “I enjoy helping out where there’s a need and this is

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  • Business owners support athlete’s bid to represent New...

    Joeline Jones with CrestClean’s Colin and Linda Bartlett.

      Caring CrestClean couple Linda and Colin Bartlett have helped to pave the way for a preschool teacher to represent New Zealand in Spain at an international athletics event. Thanks to the generous support of Motueka locals, Joeline Jones is now on track to attend the World Masters Track and Field championships in Malaga next

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  • Nelson Regional Manager clocks up 10 years’ service...

    Barbara and Shane de Vries have just marked 10 years’ service with CrestClean.

      When Barbara de Vries bought a cleaning business in 2008 it was meant to be stopgap until she figured out her next move. Now a decade later she and her husband Shane have just clocked up a decade with CrestClean and recently received a long service award to mark the occasion. Barbara laughs as

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  • School bags a prize in Crest PropertyCare draw

    Craig Starrenburg and Judy-Anne Sunby receive the rugby balls from Barbara de Vries, CrestClean’s Nelson Regional Manager.

    When Steve Matthews scored a bag of rugby balls for his school the timing of his win couldn’t be better. Steve, the Principal of Tasman Bay Christian School, was one of the six lucky winners in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools. Touch rugby is

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  • Business allows couple to live the dream

    Charlie and Vicki Stratford have plenty of time to spend at their lifestyle block.

    Charlie and Vicki Stratford are living the dream after compressing their full time job into just two and half days a week. The Nelson CrestClean business owners have given over their Friday evenings and Saturdays and Sundays to work. But the trade-off is they can relax the rest of the time and enjoy four straight

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  • School has surprise gift for franchisee

    Going the extra mile for her customers is something Michelle Lockhart prides herself in. She loves working at Motueka South School where she and her husband Ross share the cleaning duties on Monday to Friday each week. So the Nelson franchisee didn’t have to think twice about donning her CrestClean uniform on a Saturday to

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  • Pride in owning their own business

    Lokendra Bista says owning a cleaning business has fulfilled a long-held ambition to be his own boss. Having a CrestClean franchise has given him the confidence to look at bigger things, he says. “It’s given me a sense of ownership. It’s my company and I own the business. “Have studied business in my background I’ve

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  • Lucky ticket wins Julie a dream holiday

    If anyone deserves a holiday in the sun it’s Nelson’s Julie Ashton. Since starting with CrestClean four years ago, any thoughts of an overseas trip have been a distant dream as she concentrated on building her business. But that’s all changed after hardworking Julie, who has recently doubled her turnover, is getting set to jet

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  • Crest adds bags of fun to lunch event

    Christmas came early for delegates attending an Administrative Professionals event in Nelson. CrestClean’s Nelson Regional Manager Barbara de Vries made sure everyone attending the lunch received a special goodie bag that was packed with promotional products. More than 80 people attended the annual event, organised by the Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand. Barbara said

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  • 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

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  • A year on and they couldn’t be happier

    Sameeta Kumar and Nischal Lal are delighted by their move to Nelson.

    Crest’s Move to the Regions Programme has really changed the lives of Sameeta Kumar and Nischal Lal for the better. Since moving to Nelson from Auckland a year ago, Sameeta says they have been able to increase their business fourfold – and they also plan to purchase their first home soon. “Moving out of Auckland

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  • Big changes over 12 months with new lifestyle

    Nelson ticks all the boxes for Danial and Arishma Singh.

    When Danial and Arishma Singh first came to CrestClean they were working hard for little reward in Auckland. They lived in a small flat behind a shop in an area known for a high crime rate and had bars on all their windows for security. Then they took a leap of faith with CrestClean’s Move

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