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  • 1. BULLETIN 09.01.09 Issue 01 THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME Come Spring 2010 you could be lapping up the sun on one of the most dramatic and inspiring Destinations in Kleeneze history. The Great Kleeneze Adventure is set to take place in the thrilling city of Cape Town! From the top of the majestic Table Mountain to the five-star luxury of the Table Bay Hotel, Kleeneze has planned an unforgettable experience to reward you for your hard work through 2009. Nestled between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans on the southern tip of Africa, Cape Town’s Table Bay Hotel, where you’ll be staying, is located on the Victoria & Albert Waterfront with stunning views and it’s perfectly located for the start of our adventure. On this incredible journey you’ll be: • Making the ascent in rotating gondolas to the top of the magnificent, famed Table Mountain where you’ll toast your success at an exclusive drinks reception • Feasting in one of the most famous restaurants in the city and experiencing the traditional African dining experience. • Hearing the testimonials of your fellow qualifiers and mingling with every level of the Network • Touring the countryside of the historic Cape Winelands and picnicking at one of South Africa’s most famous wineries • Experiencing a thrilling jet boat ride around Cape Point on which you can spot whales, seals, sharks, dolphins and sea birds • Taking a trip on the railway around to the Cape Point lighthouse for a spectacular view of the peninsula • Visiting Boulders Beach, home to a colony of some 300 penguins! • Seeing one of the top botanical gardens in the world and watching the sun set as you enjoy dinner at the world-class Silver Tree Restaurant You’ll also have an opportunity to wander around at your leisure; or book some extra excursions for yourself - you could book a ferry to Robben Island and see where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned or try some water sports – (if you’re feeling really adventurous you could even try out shark cage diving!). And these are just some of the highlights of this amazing trip. Truly, the 2010 Kleeneze Spring Destination will be an adventure that you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Find out more at www.cape-town2010.co.uk. 560-071-08
  • 2. Training, motivation and advice all within Over the past year, we’ve had many new initiatives – from Gold Rush to the SOS incentive – all of which have proved not only be amazingly successful, but have helped your businesses grow. This is what it’s all about, after all. However, one announcement at Saturday’s New Year Showcase has had everyone talking and we believe that this will be the hit of 2009! Ezereach has arrived. So, what is it? At it’s most basic, it’s Kleeneze’s exclusive voice messaging system. But we’ve taken it to another level by ensuring every single new starter gets the service free for 3 periods from day 1 making it something completely unique. If you’re not familiar with voice messaging yet, look toward any of the Network leaders or, in fact, anyone who’s made their way up the Sales Plan with relative speed and ease! It’s already been proven to have a huge impact on retention and sales growth, because communication is just so vital to this business. “Prove it!” we hear you cry. Ok, we will! LAUNCH OFFER As part of this launch, all Distributors that RE-REGISTER BEFORE MIDNIGHT ON MONDAY 19 JANUARY will be automatically set up for Ezereach Lite FREE for three periods. Gold and above will be set up on the Pro Service free for the first two periods. Ezereach will launch before the end of January and there will be no set up charges whatsoever! We will offer a two tier system: Ezereach Lite Sterling Euro Ezereach Pro Sterling Euro Internet registered £7.45 €11.18 Internet registered £13.45 €20.18 Not Internet registered £10.00 €15.00 Not Internet registered £16.00 €24.00 The Lite package is a discounted service with less features, aimed at new starters and retailers. The Pro package will enable you to set-up groups and you will be able to do this using the phone as you do currently or via a website where you will be able to simply copy and paste numbers. There will be no limits to the number of messages you can store on either service. NEW STARTERS We will automatically set new distributors up with their 3 month Free Trial Lite Service when they register with Kleeneze and we will include everyone who has joined since 1 November 2008. They will get a local number 01/02 etc rather than a 08 number from day one and this will be on their initial welcome letter. The distributor mailbox number will also be on the email that we send to Uplines advising that your new starter has joined your team. Unfortunately we will not be able to move across existing numbers from any alternative voicemail companies, but as we are offering a 3 month trial period free, this will allow you to run both services together in the short term. However, if you have an 08 number provided by another company you should be able to re-direct this to your new Eze- Reach number. Everyone will get a local type number 01/02 and have the option to add on 08 numbers once live and you will be able to have multiple mailboxes if you so choose. To pick up your messages we will have a 01 type number to ensure you still get free or low priced calls from your mobile or landline package. “Kleeneze grasp the importance of this tool...’’ “The Showcase was, as usual, a fantastic event full of information We love the idea that from day one every new Distributor will be and inspiration. What an excellent start to 2009. We were especially provided with an Ezereach box free for three months and that after excited to hear of the launch of Ezereach. Like other senior this period box rental is so cheap when compared to others in the distributors in the business we know the importance of market and whilst offering substantially more messaging and communication with team and have for many years appreciated the usability options. advantages voice messaging have provided in making this possible. As an SED it is great to know that everyone in our group will have That Kleeneze have grasped the importance of this tool to the access, in the words of Peter and Claire Rea, to “the 24-hour network and have invested in creating a system unique to the telephone support system” without the worry of having to complete network; designed to meet the special needs of Kleeneze any extra forms or paperwork; and that they will have immediate, Distributors rather than the generic needs of MLMers is fantastic. direct access to and training from others in their successline. For over a decade top network trainers such as Ed Ludbrook, as well Supporting people not only in getting off to a successful start but as people such as Randy Gage and Tim Sales, have been promoting also in achieving their goals is a major aim the benefits of voice messaging. Gavin Scott and Bob Webb were for any sponsor. We know that Ezereach the first to introduce voice messaging to Kleeneze and we have seen can only help in making this easier and the tremendous difference it has made both to retention and activity would recommend that everyone makes within the group. People on the system are more likely to activate, sure they and their teams are all re- do more, and stay long term than those who have neither registered before 19 January so as to gain experienced or made use of the benefits voice messaging provides. full, immediate, advantage of Ezereach.” Once more Kleeneze has proven with action and investment, not Danny Young and Lindsay Gonsalves, words, their commitment to the success of the network and the Silver Senior Executive Distributors growth of the Kleeneze business. 09.01.09 Issue 01 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  • 3. WHY IT REALLY IS A HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR KLEENEZE Perhaps more than any Showcase, Saturday 3 January saw more were an amazing 13% higher than in announcements, incentives and all round good news than any other. 2007. You achieved sales growth at a The CEO of Kleeneze, Patrick Jolly opened the day to welcome time when retailers across the globe everyone before launching into a speech that rang true with the times. were reporting sales decreases, many “Everything you read and hear about at the moment suggests that one over 25% down.” business you don’t want to be in is retail,” he said. “We’ve already After the very well-deserved roar of seen MFI collapse, Whittards, Zavvi and Adams Kids go into applause that received, Patrick went administration. And after 99 years of business on Monday the on to explain why this recession is remaining Woolworths stores will close for the last time. Kleeneze of good for our business. With course is a retail business and like other retailers Kleeneze is not sentiments that very much echoed Ed immune from problems. Ludbrook’s later in the day, the CEO “But our problems aren’t exactly the same as other retailers. Our explained that in light of the forecasts problems are that you don’t seem to believe what our economic and for unemployment and house repossession in the UK, this was the political leaders are telling us and I don’t think that you take much time to give people the opportunity to build a secure future – one that notice of the media either. And because of that your December sales will survive any other economic turbulence that may happen in the next few years. WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE After Patrick’s rousing speech, Kleeneze’s catalogue for you and more work. This year we wanted to find a way own Managing Director, Jamie Stewart took of reducing the number of catalogues that you have to handle. So to the stage and he had some even more from mid-March, Greeneze and Outdoor life will come together to amazing announcements. To remind you, make our first reversible catalogue - giving you two shop windows here are just a few of our favourite things from one catalogue.” coming up (cue pyrotechnics!). Showcase attendees not only could opt for priority delivery on this brand new catalogue on the day, they also received it at a “Some say he naturally faces discount price! magnetic north and that all his legs are hydraulic…” The re-launch of the Distributor Support Arena All we knew was that he was called “Here are just a few of the improvements that you’ll find there,” the Stig and he was driving an explained Jamie of our new website. “First, there will be a search incredibly stunning 6-series BMW facility to help you find resources more quickly. We’ll regularly update worth over £60,000 through our podcast and video casts which will be able to stream straight to you via New Year Showcase arena! RSS feeds. There will be forums, blogs, and knowledge bases to give “You’ll have the choice of either a you practical, useful information and perhaps more importantly you’ll coupe or stunning convertible,” explained Jamie of our new car be able to share it. There will be new content, clearly organised and incentive. “This will be an option for anyone reaching Principal. It’s frequently updated.” only a matter of time now until someone joins Bob Webb at the top And it’s coming soon! of the pay plan. Who’s going to be first?” “We’ll give you 13 Periods of service for the price of 11” “You can now order up until 1.15pm on a Monday and receive “This is a short incentive to save you money on Internet charges. If you your delivery by Wednesday.” make a one-off payment of £82.50/€121 by credit or debit card, we’ll The next well-received announcement was that we’re testing a new give you 13 Periods of service for the price of 11. This is a limited offer order deadline throughout the month of January. valid from now until 28th February 2009. To make the most of this “For the UK it’s going to change from 9.15 am to 1.15pm,” Jamie told simply call the Service Centre and explain you’d like to pay for a year’s the audience. “That means that you can now order up until 1.15pm Internet charge with 2 free periods and you’ll save almost 20%.” on a Monday and receive your delivery by Wednesday. We’ve spared no expense (seriously, we really didn’t) And equally importantly you’ll be able to order up to 1.15pm on “When you’re out retailing in all weathers, we want you to stay warm Wednesday for delivery by Friday. I hope you’ll find this a welcome and dry. So what better than Kleeneze- improvement to our service to you. Please bear in mind that branded waterproof clothing?” asked Jamie this is a test and by the end of January we’ll know if we can make of his audience. “And to model the new this permanent.” range in all it’s glory….” He added that the one day service improvement for Irish Deliveries had For those who had the misfortune not to be now been tested and faster deliveries in postcodes BT1 to 90 in at the New Year Showcase on Saturday, Northern Ireland were now to be standard too! we’ll be showing you more of the waterproof clothing range over A brand new catalogue that we already know is successful! the coming weeks in EWB. “In 2008 we tested our newest addition, Greeneze, as a brand new Modelling the new publication,” Jamie reminded us. “We know that this meant an extra range in “all it’s glory” ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 01 09.01.09
  • 4. SUCCESS LEAVES CLUES And all these clues took to the stage on Saturday at the New Year Showcase to inspire, motivate and advise you how to achieve your best in the business. From top Network Distributors to those who are relatively new in the business and with inspirational stories, the day was jam-packed. TRAINING PETER REA MIKE DAY This could be the best day Make 2009 YOUR Year of your life The year had already started off Kicking off with a highly-charged spectacularly for Mike Day as earlier he and motivational training, Bronze Premier his wife, Jean, were crowned Distributors of Executive Distributor Peter Rea spoke about the Year! The Premier Executive Distributor belief and vision, telling the audience how finished a day of rousing training by in June of 2000 he was sat in this arena a putting us back on track for a year of mere rookie at 13%. He may not have had success. “The definition of insanity,” the Kleeneze ability, but he had the desire. And the rest, so they he told us, “is to do what you did last year; this year to be who say, is history. you were last year and expect anything to change. Make 2009 your turning point!” INSPIRATION RICHARD CHANTLER RAE GRAY Testimonial Testimonial Richard and Clare Chantler may have had a Gold Distributor, Rae Gray had a turbulent great business year, snapping up the Mini life story to tell. For four years she has been Cooper, qualifying for Vienna and the bravely battling with a chronic and Caribbean and swiftly moving up the Sales debilitating pain condition. Debt and Plan, but it hasn’t been all good times. In a alcohol problems had plagued her years touching testimonial, Richard told the before and now with this terrible condition, whole audience the work that went in to she found herself virtually unemployable. getting where he is in the business, saying: “it doesn’t take a That was until she found Kleeneze. Thanks to the business, it special person; it just takes a special effort.” wasn’t only the debt problems that were eased – delivering catalogues found Rae getting fitter and even walking easier. GEOFF BELL PETROVA FAIRHURST Testimonial Testimonial Rather than share his story, Gold Distributor It was an amazing story of battling through Geoff Bell decided to share his vision as he the odds from Gold Distributor Petrova believes that sharing big dreams is the way Fairhurst on Saturday. Enduring times to create synergy. Telling the story of Billy through a violent marriage, a son that died Payne he explained how this one man first and a car accident that forced her to give had the idea of Atlanta hosting the up her beloved scuba diving, it took a long Olympic Games in 1987 and began to time for her to find her true self. Kleeneze, bring others in to support this vision. Much the same as Billy being so much more than a retail company, gave her the Payne, Geoff urged us to double our team attendance each confidence and that drive to start going for what she wants. Showcase so we too can share this massive vision. ALL THE TRAININGS AND TESTIMONIALS FROM SATURDAY’S NEW YEAR SHOWCASE ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD OFF THE DSA. “There are over 150 more awards to come today!” Managing Director, Jamie Stewart was, of course, speaking of the Retail Incentive. From 17 December until New Year’s Day, we ran this incentive to give anyone who placed orders over £150 the chance to win some great prizes. Throughout the day we drew out more names and prizes. Katrina Harvey and Ian Winstanley snapped up the complimentary hospitality tickets to Cheltenham Races; Ian and Pauline Pilkington, Donna Clease, Fiona Deans and Michael Lunn all won one week’s accommodation and flights to sun-soaked Cyrpus, while Lisa and Paul Watkins get to take the family to Alton Towers for the day! A full list of winners is now up on the DSA. www.kleeneze.co.uk. 09.01.09 Issue 01 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  • 5. USE YOUR ‘ED’ IN 2009! Without a doubt, guest speaker Ed Ludbrook was the smash hit of the Showcase. Even though he had only jetted over from New Zealand the night before, he was up early for an exclusive breakfast with a group of Distributors who were lucky to be drawn out of hundreds who had booked for the Showcase. Tony and Sarah Henshall, Brian Harwood, Barbara and Mark Atkins, Paul Brown and Nicola Mitchell and Diane Herbert and William Greenwood were all treated to a mouth-watering breakfast before the Showcase with the Network Marketing guru, getting to ask him their own questions while having his undivided attention. Then it was up onto the Showcase stage for Mr Ludbrook where he proceeded to give a rousing and frank talk about the state of the industry (how good it is), confidence (paramount to success) and what you can do next to help your business boom (work hard for 12 months!). The author of 100% Success, The Big Picture and his newest book 100% Confidence stated he has been waiting for five years for this point in Network Marketing and now is the time for the industry. It’s the greatest opportunity we have to grow this business since the 1990s. Here are some of our highlights from his speech: Success in a recession: Right Industry The rules change in a recession (the way people think changes and There are two types of people looking at the opportunity: therefore the way distributors operate needs to change). Below are the 1. Income opportunity – looking for a job NOT a business (i.e. new rules for growing your team during a recession: retailing). This will be the largest number of people particularly in a 1. Start with the warm market recession. 2. Offer what they want 2. Business Opportunity – those who are looking to develop the 3. Start with where they are opportunity. Within this category there are two types of people: 4. Optimism is different intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs (intrapreneurship is the practice of using entrepreneurial skills without taking on the risks or Confidence is King: accountability associated with entrepreneurial activities. • Release the motivation (everybody has it within them) – the Intrapreneurs are risk adverse and need guaranteed success). challenge is having confidence Kleeneze has been in establishment phase for 30 years and is now • Confidence determines your actions evolving as an industry – Network Marketing about to go into its • Confidence is a key element to marketing (there is no better tool biggest growth boom in its history. than the confidence in your voice) Most importantly – to be successful you need to put your plan Success = 1. Right industry into action! 2. Right time Then it was time for Kleeneze’s exclusive UK launch of Ed’s new book, 3. Right company 100% Confidence. Hundreds of you queued up backstage to get your 4. Right system book signed by the guest speaker who had been such a huge hit at 5. Massive action our New Year Showcase. ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 01 09.01.09
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  • 7. Recognition parade Cheque winners (for reaching Gold and holding it for 6 consecutive periods) Melissa Squires and Ian Slade, Julie Cotton and Neil Tomkinson, Malcolm and Jennifer Warden, Paul and Helen Wilson, George and Margaret Bratty Mini Winners Clare and Richard Chantler, Peter and Myrna Wellock For reaching Gold Distributor level Jason Wrightson and Natasha Armstrong, Vincent Tsoi and Lorraine Lawlor, Erick Duncan and Terry Garde, Karen and Kevin Dunne, Nigel Cannon and Belinda Wallace, Gail Harlock, Karen Benjamin, Angela and Lee Claydon, John Hurd, Aimee Nudds, Nichola Clarke, Raymond Underwood, Hou Kwok, Matthew Lewis, Leigh and Louise Appleby, Shelly Warriner, Catherine and Geoffrey White, Fiona and Simon Beall, Linda and David Leadbetter, Jennifer and Simon Kelly, Brendon and Emma Sims, Christopher and Suzanne Chappell, Scott Wolstenholme and Helen Maher, Zoe Climpson, Stewart Fox and Tammy Flint, Carole Batchelor, Simon Tinkler, Roma Lynch, Michael and Valerie Warrener, Katherine Chilton and Shane Williams, John and Carol Garner, Steve Hobbs, Paul and Sheelagh Humphries, Dinah Henson and Karl Morgan, Tammy Mullins and Simon Lanning, Jennie and Mike Swensson, Alan and Rae Gray, Angela Lorimer and Douglas Clark, Sarah Rich, Caroline and Anthony Doolan, Jeremy Egerton, Kerry Mitchell, Julie and Brian Callar, Steve and Margaret Garton, Elizabeth and Douglas Benton, Graham and Anna-Louise Curwen, Samwise Garrard, Stewart Lonsdale, Simon Allen and Francine Westmoreland, Clive and Jean Church, Amanda Watson and Trevor Adams, Maggie and Ron Parish For reaching Senior Distributor level Ted and Rose Farrar, Ian and Pauline Pilkington, Garard Coste, Kevin Cottis and Christine Wilding, Steve and Linda Tinkler, Fred and Karen Mason, Richard Tibbetts and Suzanne Pilcher, Laurie Mitchell, Mavis Lesley and Barry Cross, Gail and Darren Drew, John Morgan and Gilly McCrone, Laurence and Rosemary Wiseman For reaching Bronze Executive Distributor level Sandra Brown, Tsahai and Jake Ellington, Barry and Nina Mitchell, Marsha Barras and Nigel Nattress, Helen and Andrew Walsh For reaching Silver Executive Distributor level Elizabeth and Ian Hyams, Martina and James McGrath, Stephen Geldard and Catherine Brookes For reaching Gold Executive Distributor level John Webb and Kathryn Price For reaching Silver Senior Executive Distributor level Peter and Myrna Wellcock Premier Executive Distributor level Mike and Jean Day ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 01 09.01.09
  • 8. YOUR SHOWCASE STORIES...Y “We attended this Showcase with “This was the most enjoyable and instructive game enough to let us have a go at playing anticipation for lots of reasons; 2008 was Showcase for us and our team. This was their instruments: Jemma Strachan on great, but we were really looking forward to particularly made so by Ed Ludbrook, who tambourine; Beth Wickens on guitar and hearing the company’s plans for 2009. We received a standing ovation from distributors Sandra on trombone. What a laugh!” had our first ever trophy winners when Gail and the best, excellent and lively compering Sandra and Doug Roper and Darren Drew were confirmed as Harry by Michael Khatkar. Bronze Executive Distributors Crook trophy winners; Ed Ludbrook was due It was a wonderful experience for us to train and having been on a workshop with personally to go on stage for our first time “Yet again this was a fantastic Showcase. The him and knowing the quality of his words we when we were recognised for achieving the day is always packed full of were looking forward to what he would have grand level of Senior Distributor. Meeting like- fun, excitement and to say this time. But above all else we had minded people backstage and having a dance inspirational training from two guests with us - Mark Scotton and to keep warm and positively anchor the brilliant people. David Hagyard. moment made it all the more special! The I've been in the business After the Showcase we drove home and they best, of course, was coming out into the just over one-and-half years both signed into the business immediately, auditorium and knowing our team was there and Kleeneze just keeps asking us: ‘what next?’. We to cheer us on. This moment and place was getting better and better. had to sit down and do a made so much more special by the 'music' of Thank you Kleeneze, Thank you Findel!” plan there and then which the people who had helped to make this Jemma Strachan included writing their warm happen for us. Silver Distributor market list. We have already had feedback from team Thanks once again for a members who are putting the activity behind “We have just been to our great day out and looking all the inspiration of the day.” first Kleeneze Showcase and forward to May.” wow! What an event! We Laurence and Rosemary Wiseman were told that it would Andrew and Sharon Bird Senior Distributor blow us away and boy did Silver Executive Distributors “What a privilege it was to have such a it do just that. This is our “To have Ed Ludbrook speak at the January fantastic speaker as Ed Ludbrook as our fifth month and we have Showcase was awesome. The one person keynote speaker at the January Showcase. He built up a team of thirteen who knows everything about Network spoke with such clarity and understanding of already, which is getting Marketing on a global level managed to Kleeneze and the Network Marketing industry bigger all the time, as people really do listen coach an arena of so many Kleeneze to which we belong. Our team gained a real when you explain how easy it is to earn extra distributors and reassured us that we're in the sense of pride to be involved in such an money. Thank you to our sponsors Brendan industry at the right time. We know people exciting opportunity at this time. and Emma Sims for their help.” are hurting out there with the current We know we are with the right company at Belinda Barnes and John Shearer economic climate as it is, but now Kleeneze is the right time to be able to realise our goals Silver Distributors poised for sharp growth as we offer our and dreams. perfect solution. “It was exactly a year ago We were so proud to see another of our after visiting the New Year An announcement that team go across the stage as gold. Emma and Showcase that we texted Jamie Stewart made stood Brendon Sims first came to the showcase in our sponsors Doug and out from the rest and that's January 2007 having recently joined the Sandra Roper and said ‘this Ezereach. Most of us know business, and decided that by the same time time next year that will be that communication is the the following year, they would go across the us going across that stage life-blood of our business stage as gold themselves. They asked what to receive our Gold and as we go forward, they had to do, and consistently and recognition’. What a bringing voicemail 'in-house' makes perfect persistently followed their plan to make it difference a year makes in this fantastic sense. New distributors will start with all the happen. They achieved Gold in Period 10 business.” correct tools and this will be a natural 2008. They are an inspiration to the whole beginning for the sponsoring process.” team. We're just so proud of them. Emma and Brendon Sims Gold Distributors Amanda and Leo ten Bruggencate And how fabulous to see Gold Distributors Mike and Jean Day (A little birdy in the form of Craig White told crowned as Distributors EWB that Emma and Brendon only joined to “What a life changing Showcase. Full of of the Year - a well- pay for Christmas 2007 and intended inspiration, motivation and great speakers. To deserved accolade for to stop straight after. Doug and Sandra boost the event we also had a fantastic audio two great people. convinced them to come to the January CD that to me is one of the best I have We had a great time at Showcase 2008 first though. And here they received from Kleeneze. 2009 is going to be the Gala Dinner too - a wonderful meal, great are a year later! – Ed) fantastic after that Showcase.” atmosphere, and excellent entertainment. The Ricardo Monteiro band that came round the tables was even Silver Distributor 09.01.09 Issue 01 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  • 9. YOUR SHOWCASE STORIES... “The Showcase events always show us all partners in readiness for when economic over adversity, we were spoilt for choice with some of the Big Picture and none more so downturn might catch up with them. the testimonials from Richard Chantler, Rae than this last Showcase extravaganza with the Ed’s words, some of which we've heard Gray and Petrova Fairhurst. The obstacles, one and only Ed Ludbrook. With Ed’s clear before, were brought bang up-to-date with hurdles and hardships all three of these explanation of why we are in the right place his posture adjustment to fit the current distributors faced whilst building their at the right time, everyone is now champing economic climate. A most apt guest speaker businesses showed everyone in the arena just at the bit, more determined, more excited, at a most opportune time. what can be achieved if you are determined and more focussed than ever to get out there enough and committed to reaching I am looking forward to 2009 and beyond. and claim a slice of what is going to be a your goals. Thank you.” period of unprecedented growth. Clearly we The Gala Dinner in the can all grow our businesses to infinity! With Roger and Beth Poynor evening rounded off a the economic climate just perfect for this Silver Distributors fantastic weekend, and was business, to not take massive action right the perfect start to what “Thank you for a now would be foolish! promises to be an exciting sensational Showcase. The The highlight of the day for us as always was whole day was awesome. and very busy 2009. Julie the recognition parade when we saw all the Ed was amazing, as and I have come away from movers and shakers being applauded by their expected, but I felt that the weekend ready to hit the ground running peers and to see The Infinity Group erupt as Peter and Mike…well, they and 150% committed to helping our team the team’s two new Golds and two new were absolutely wicked! achieve their own goals throughout 2009.” Seniors went This year is going to be explosive!” Julie and Brian Callar across the Gold Distributors Craig and Magdalena White stage was Premier Executive Distributors magical. The “All I can say is that if you didn’t attend the building of “Having reached Gold Distributor level in Showcase then you missed a truly fantastic this business Period 12, the New Year Showcase was day. Words cannot describe the atmosphere is a great particularly exciting for us as we achieved one of the day. Reciting what was heard to those adventure that can take us all to that of our goals of walking across the stage to who did not attend will never match what Great Kleeneze Adventure all the way to collect our medals from Patrick and Jamie in was said. South Africa!” the recognition parade. What a buzz that was The dates for the next Showcase are already Steve and Debbie Roper to hear the cheers of our team members and known, so block out those weekends on your Bronze SED all our friends in the Global Horizons Group, wall planners - get there - feel the excitement as well as all the other thousands of - learn first hand - get some motivation in “Once more congratulations for a magnificent distributors in the arena. The adrenaline kick your blood. These Showcases are designed to Showcase. In particular, I think that Ezereach we got from that has made us even more drive you forward - but they can only DO it if is genius. determined to achieve Bronze Executive as you are there.” Patrick’s mentioning 13% year-on-year soon as possible and the announcement of Mark and Caroline Sellars, growth in Xmas sales was music to our ears, the 2010 Conference in Cape Town has Senior Distributors confirming tangibly just how conclusively ‘fuelled our fire’ so to speak! “who intend to be Bronze in 2009” Kleeneze has been and is able to buck the UK As always, the speakers on the day were trend (who wants to be trendy?!). This is excellent, in particular Ed Ludbrook and Peter something we can echo to our European Rea, and if anyone wanted a story of triumph SPANNER IN THE WORKS AT GALA DINNER The Gala Dinner. It’s a sophisticated affair. Distributors arrive in all their finery for an exquisite meal, mingling with top Network stars and company Directors alike and later on the chance to let their hair down and see the New Kleeneze Year in. It’s all very civilised. Which is why, on Saturday night, Distributors looked worriedly on as some of their waiters started to act very strangely. Then there was the rather loud builders who started cordoning off areas and drilling under tables… It was, of course, all part of the plan. Spanner in the Works provided the entertainment that made this particular Gala Dinner unforgettable. With wise-cracking paparazzi waiting outside to snap your picture as you entered the venue and waiters providing a night of comedy and music, it all added to the fun of the evening. ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 01 09.01.09
  • 10. KLEENEZE TROPHY WINNERS 2008 2008 was an amazing journey for all of us. If we weren’t looking forward to 2009 so much we might even be sad that it’s come to an end. However, some Distributors out in the Network really excelled last year and that is why every year we honour them in our prestigious awards ceremony. Award: The VIP Trophy Award: The Distributor Challenge Trophy Award: The Harry Crook Trophy Awarded for: Consistency of effort and Awarded for: Outstanding business development Awarded for: Outstanding business development outstanding personal retail sales The winners: ‘Double’ qualifiers and leaders of The winners: They received the £1000 cheque The winners: For the sixth time running, Susan the Golden Bear Group, at the last Showcase, it’s Gail and Coleman and Robert Holdford! Andrew Buxton and Laura Darren Drew! Kelly! Award: Executive Challenge Cup Award: SED Challenge Cup Awarded for: Outstanding executive group sales Awarded for: Outstanding executive group sales The winners: Cannes Conference attendees, The winners: ‘Double’ qualifiers and now head of Paul and Helen Allgood! a triple group of trophy winners, Geoff and Fiona Webb! Then it was time for the Distributor of the Year Award. The most coveted trophy at all has been held for the past year by Craig and Magdalena White, but they were the first to jump up in the air with delight when they heard that this year’s winners were the very lovely, very hard working and very successful – MIKE AND JEAN DAY! See next week’s EWB when we’ll be catching up with all the Trophy winners to find out how their first week as title holders is treating them and what their goals are for 2009. 09.01.09 Issue 01 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
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BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 12 – COMBINED 100,000 And Above Steven Clements Karim & Juliet Karmali 36,925.55 36,878.58 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison Frederick & Karen Mason 17,384.32 17,304.49 David & Elaine Luke Michael & Mercy Radbourne 10,876.33 10,870.57 Hou Kwok Aimee Nudds 8,411.27 8,411.27 Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 3,229,860.56 Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 3,228,033.87 Clare & Martin Whitelock 36,785.43 James Dale & Claire Daniels 17,283.70 Peter & Cathy Legg 10,861.69 Gail Harlock 8,411.27 Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 3,180,356.12 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 36,735.92 Heather Brown 17,085.58 Adrian Fisher 10,820.37 Deryck & Jane Easton 8,409.14 Bob Webb 1,762,162.07 Angela & Stephen Burchell 36,668.56 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 17,028.95 David Nutley & Marie Andrews 10,820.37 Frances Corcoran & Gary Hinchliffe 8,384.94 Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 1,341,019.78 Robert Gould 36,141.80 Susan Richards & Sarah Deakin 16,961.92 Jasbir Kaur 10,711.45 Richard Lingham 8,363.22 Gillian Nicholson 1,257,047.34 Gerwyn Duggan 36,141.80 David Potter 16,886.53 Andrew & Helen Fenwick 10,706.76 Mark & Sue O'Reilly 8,336.41 Terry Carr 1,135,725.72 Conor Treanor & Linda Jameson 36,012.61 Barbara Margaret Webb 16,858.11 Patricia & Dennis Corser 10,698.96 Linda Feldman 8,333.16 Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 1,135,234.19 Stuart & Gail McKibbin 35,764.44 Donna & Charles Warr 16,763.74 Robert Young & Clare Mears 10,689.39 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 8,328.50 John & Audrey Gardiner 1,082,522.61 Trish & Lee Fisher 35,515.22 Paul & John Meikle 16,643.92 Julian & Karen Pike 10,666.41 Julie & Jon Windress 8,324.08 Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 1,081,501.34 Gill & Tim Evans 35,281.20 Helen & Andrew Walsh 16,595.10 Christopher & Helen Goode 10,595.57 Rita & Peter Noble 8,317.93 Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 1,058,852.60 Timothy & Tina Pace 16,435.44 Joanne & Tim Powell 10,551.82 Paula Macleod & Pierre De Spa 8,308.39 John & Jeanette Hawkes 852,715.80 15,000 And Above Isobel & James Orr Christine & Ian Brennan 16,375.83 16,346.26 Declan & Monica Manning David & Heather Flannagan 10,545.08 10,535.98 Kenny Liggett Wilfred & Margaret Parry 8,299.54 8,296.02 Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 834,904.58 Carole & Peter Bristow 34,998.46 Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 821,674.87 Nicola & Jerome Neville 34,998.46 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 16,319.28 Glyn Thomas & Shan Parry 10,503.20 John & Denise Dawkes 8,252.05 Muriel & Tony Judson 776,096.13 Michael & Sandra Laydon 34,840.65 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 16,252.52 Chris & Nicky Evans 10,488.79 Lesley Taylor & John Jones 8,241.74 Peter & Jackie White 592,287.80 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 34,763.69 Jen & Garry Luke 16,209.88 Adrian & Tracy Smith 10,486.35 Michele & Henry Moss 8,231.50 Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 542,087.29 Alf & Carol Bell 34,323.34 Michael Amor-Wilkes 16,131.24 Diana Schuch 10,474.80 Julie Beamish 8,223.15 Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 522,863.91 Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 33,901.07 Paul Bray 16,016.50 Norman & Joanne Grundy 10,441.98 Emma & Brendon Sims 8,216.64 Mike & Amanda Bibby 484,865.66 Denise & Stephen Neal 33,395.16 Tracey Payne 15,943.02 Warwick & Christine Blakemore 10,424.51 Arthur & Irene Bennett 8,210.90 Margaret & Roy Japp 446,593.97 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 33,256.39 Claire & Paul Howells 15,920.39 David Herridge 10,405.81 Ray & Cathy Powell 8,208.17 Terence & Jean Ash 435,658.31 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 33,155.92 Valerie & Tony Montero 15,918.46 Elizabeth & Grant Gilmour 10,405.81 Steven Divito 8,207.17 Gary & Esther Watson 432,884.60 Sunil Popat 32,567.85 Tavis Taylor 15,837.73 Antony & Aileen Gunn 10,394.62 Nigel & Wipharat West 8,207.11 John & Steven Sharp 374,142.15 Cheryl & David Amison 32,567.85 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 15,833.66 William & Agnes Burgess 10,391.93 Alex & Kathleen Langler 8,201.68 Hazel & John Stephen 360,822.86 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 32,107.21 Heidi & Ron Body 15,703.90 Bena & Mahesh Chauhan 10,386.55 Graham & Anna-Louise Curwen 8,199.59 Robert Gibbons 284,756.99 Alexandra Tuesley 31,854.52 Denys & Laura Harris 15,694.01 Jayne Towers 10,385.27 Janet Roscoe & Ria Middleditch 8,189.70 Derek & Eileen Wagstaff 277,045.76 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 31,802.66 John & Kath Clease 15,656.10 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 10,294.20 Debra Bamford 8,182.26 Phil & Jean Warrington 267,082.49 Paul Flintoft 31,689.70 Tsahai & Jake Ellington 15,613.43 Linda & Steve Tinkler 10,277.60 Stuart & Maureen Orr 8,180.29 Claire & Peter Rea 263,273.25 Lesley Burroughs 31,680.22 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 15,457.98 Gavin & Trish Conway 10,273.79 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 8,176.11 Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 257,675.10 Kodwo Anderson 31,284.88 Patricia Fisher 15,454.02 Mariya Dimitrova & Mitro Dimitrov 10,257.09 Adrian & Margaret Lynch 8,160.91 Gordon & Judy Seldon 227,833.34 Keith & Veronica King 31,284.88 Elizabeth & George Kerr 15,453.91 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 10,188.81 Mary Mullins 8,158.60 Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 223,371.57 Martina & James Mcgrath 31,257.84 David & Judith Mccreath 15,421.37 Mavis & Alan Lawson 10,180.19 Simon Allen & Francine Westmoreland 8,156.64 David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 216,847.99 Linda & Tony Gower 30,944.48 Negin & Michael Backhouse 15,345.28 Douglas & Theresa Hack 10,161.08 Alan & Rae Gray 8,153.19 John & Sarah Mckie 211,902.01 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 30,915.49 Christine & Jim Foster 15,175.60 Veronica Nixon 10,137.08 Alex Dewar 8,144.01 Keith & Vie Robertson 209,338.00 Colin & Charlene Sadler 30,707.89 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 15,160.04 Paul Holroyd 10,132.90 Julian & Jayne Snare 8,143.91 Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 205,485.90 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 30,632.85 Tim Sandom 15,153.06 Mary & Peter Whinfrey 10,108.25 Stewart Fox & Tammy Flint 8,140.06 Tony & Katharine Briffa 200,214.89 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 30,475.77 Bob & Diane Goulding 15,150.52 David & Lynn Bole 10,081.62 Mathew Lewis 8,140.06 Judy Jodrell 196,332.17 John Smith 30,464.24 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 15,076.24 Jackie & Paul West-Hook 10,079.60 Di & Marc Webster 8,135.97 Craig & Magdalena White 184,758.87 Abigail Colclough 30,297.27 Kevin Sands 15,034.15 Bevin Bhoyrul 10,051.71 John & Anita Orr 8,131.80 Michael & Jean Day 183,343.97 Richard Houseago 29,853.80 Edward & Susan Booth 10,040.58 Lynda & David Buchan 8,128.99 Victor & Una Brown 181,765.94 Andrew Ridley 29,804.33 10,000 And Above Debra & Andrew Cowton Sam & Patricia Thomas 10,026.34 10,014.27 Neil Jeffery & Caroline Jeffrey Mark & Elizabeth Hall 8,124.91 8,115.23 Mark & Delfina Prosser 174,757.30 Phil Curtis 29,683.41 Anna & Paul Scott 14,977.19 Trevor Mitchell 162,420.03 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 29,547.54 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 14,935.81 Jennie & Mike Swensson 8,115.19 Michael & Susan Pirie 162,417.31 Raymond & Barbara Mann 29,421.18 Lyn & Tony Davies 14,933.55 7,500 And Above Ian & Deborah Wightmore Nigel Le Long 8,095.49 8,066.63 Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes 158,216.63 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 29,099.61 Ian & Lorraine Barnfield 14,887.10 Beverley & Paul Traynor 9,985.57 Robert & Mary Higgins 157,356.25 Terry & Jane Hodge 29,047.70 Michael & Julia Tolton 14,875.36 Margaret & Michael Drayton 9,958.54 Ian & Cheryl Cooke 8,036.29 John & Anne Donaldson 152,426.70 Allan Ledwidge 29,031.50 Philip & Alison Wimbles 14,860.45 Richard & Patricia Rogers 9,952.00 Richard Downes 8,028.99 John & Christine Prosser 144,195.87 Alison & Kevin Thomas 28,935.03 Linda & Ian Stanley 14,751.55 Alison Beal & Geoffrey Ault 9,939.07 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 8,011.24 Anthony Greeves 143,512.53 Brian & Gay Redstone 28,810.16 Kira McKibbin & Andrew Thomas 14,672.65 Janet & Roger Bowen 9,937.05 Kim Atherton 8,010.42 Carole & Benny Morris 142,077.17 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 28,544.39 David & Heather Herring 14,615.27 Stephen & Rebecca Gilbert 9,907.59 Julie & Brian Callar 8,006.86 Nuala & Martin McDonald 140,542.03 Doug & Sandra Roper 28,228.83 Wendy Fielding 14,614.62 Suzanne Jane & Robin Colbourne 9,893.20 Jennifer & Paul Jacobs 7,993.85 Martin & Yvonne Boyce 135,590.25 Keith Sandland 28,159.13 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 14,563.15 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 9,882.15 Susan Walton 7,971.27 Jill Corlett 132,521.00 John & Karina Beesley 27,884.43 David & Deborah Lord 14,554.84 Jane Waddell 9,881.95 Gary Ford 7,970.34 Sylvia & Jack Hood 131,143.80 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 27,776.23 Seamus & Clare Houghton 14,523.25 Mandy & Ken Clarke 9,849.54 Michael & Marilyn Stansell 7,950.27 Dave & Susie Horton 127,683.03 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 27,420.48 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 14,521.06 Frank & Lee Johnson 9,839.90 Victoria & Matthew Lawrence 7,946.39 Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 126,851.24 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 27,104.71 Laura Thorpe & Les Ward 14,487.63 Mike & Anne Airey 9,817.83 David & Diane Wraight 7,946.39 Andy & Carolyn Cooper 125,205.38 William & Sharon Stevenson 26,967.19 Tim & Freda Drinkwater 14,390.16 Andrew & Lucinda Bates 9,816.84 Richard & Jayne Davies 7,941.84 Geoff & Fiona Webb 121,890.66 Gareth & Gil Duffy 26,962.90 Susan Hook 14,165.39 Niall & Eileen Mckenna 9,763.46 John & Fiona Johnstone 7,900.44 Declan O’Neill 121,146.45 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 26,936.56 Peter & Jean Monroe 14,125.46 Marsha Barras & Nigel Nattress 9,754.57 Liz & Andy Gowland 7,898.44 Justin & Olivera Toner 119,638.45 Steve & Cathy Chambers 26,905.44 Ian & Anita Saville 14,098.70 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 9,749.38 Justin Rowe & Tracy Bell 7,893.24 Angela & Norman Campbell 113,411.27 Caroline & Simon Harvey 26,825.65 Richard Tibbetts & Suzanne Pilcher 14,037.69 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 9,728.09 Sheila & Christopher Haddow 7,891.77 Marcell & Joanne Treanor 112,136.40 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 26,779.24 Trevor & Janet Rawding 13,949.24 Angela Power 9,725.11 Suzanne Yarwood & Daniel Hibbert 7,887.43 Heather & James O’Neil 112,029.62 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 26,432.63 Emma & Chris Shafe 13,940.82 Micky Maccormick 9,724.59 Anthony Mervin 7,886.57 Mel & Irene Wilson 104,465.79 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 26,102.08 Christopher Conroy 13,873.53 Julie & Colin Bullivant 9,708.75 Chris & Jacqui Hill 7,883.35 David & Rosie Bibby 104,272.02 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 26,052.83 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 13,873.53 Colin & Gillian Campbell 9,697.73 Alexander & Valerie Mciver 7,878.58 Lauren & Peter Jackson 103,323.77 Clive & Pamela Lennard 25,868.01 Vivienne & Richard Washington 13,868.42 Peter & Angela Abrahams 9,675.18 Jennifer & Simon Kelly 7,863.58 Julie Collier & Peter Richards 102,833.64 Roger & Simon Mantle 25,291.98 Mary Hession 13,760.47 David & Gail Slee 9,674.24 Richard Roberts 7,863.47 Sue & Claire Ferguson 100,881.37 Warren & Pamela Sewell 25,149.33 Jayne Clarkson & Philippa Menzer 13,666.63 Deborah Morgan 9,659.98 Vilma & Simon Ford 7,844.62 Malcolm Ashmore 100,833.06 Harry Hancock 24,881.22 Kevin Rider 13,586.42 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 9,639.87 Amanda Watson & Trevor Adams 7,831.75 Adele & Jaime De Caso 100,833.06 Amanda & Andrew Holland 24,880.49 Martin Douglass & Jane Rollings 13,579.20 Jayne & Gary Burcombe 9,625.06 Jeanette & David Ward 7,826.80 Pamela Jarvis 24,757.65 Jim & Vicky Smith 13,559.25 Helen & Mark Holmes 9,587.73 Cliff & Linda Parker 7,821.07 Laura & Pauline Cleland 7,810.67 35,000 And Above Angela & James Macleod Harold & Minnie Fulton 24,676.44 24,650.20 Karen Lucas Sarah Sancho 13,556.67 13,411.52 Ronnie & Chris Mclachlan Paul & Avril Coleman 9,571.83 9,508.68 Philip Palmer 7,808.86 Steve & Debbie Roper 99,085.83 Michael & Ann Jones 7,803.11 Stephani & Bill Neville 98,819.77 Barry & Nina Mitchell 24,489.17 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 13,387.56 Marie Tyrrell & John Dennis Kitching 9,504.00 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 24,479.83 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 13,362.41 David Russell 9,487.83 Clive & Jean Church 7,800.67 John & Jenny Holden 92,158.76 Ann Tawn 7,790.01 Susan & David Darton 90,314.17 John & Janice Halsall 24,462.21 Marion & Anthony Homer 13,361.72 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 9,462.59 Jack Kirby & Chantelle Molloy 24,339.32 Gerard Coste 13,279.65 Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 9,442.66 Jennifer Amos & Martin Smith 7,778.71 David & Samantha Branch 90,176.13 Jacqueline Akhurst & Steven Ellis 7,773.72 Andrew & Sue Boswell 88,486.35 Timothy Murphy 23,954.29 John & Jenny Caton 13,251.49 Lorraine & Mark Collins 9,438.24 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 23,909.54 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 13,249.59 Cath & John Wilkinson 9,436.77 Michael Wallace 7,772.70 Sue & Geoffrey Burras 87,665.71 Fiona & Simon Beall 7,765.58 Ramon & Sylvia Laing 86,155.22 Jean-Marc Bordeau & Alexis Thorpe 23,909.54 Bill & Joyce Rowe 13,214.36 Tony Henshall & Sarah Whittall 9,430.56 Neil & Susan Maclean 23,909.54 Sarah Jenkins 13,214.36 Angela & Robert Clark 9,419.86 Jean & Ian Hay 7,763.46 John & Wendy English 86,077.61 Fiona Deans & Michael Lunn 7,762.38 Gene De Donatis & Janet Tynan 83,981.32 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 23,901.10 Terry Card 13,148.42 Stuart & Carol Butler 9,410.01 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 23,750.03 Laurie Mitchell 13,109.32 Peter Savidge 9,395.57 Clare Heine 7,757.86 Eamonn & Anne Roe 82,995.91 Sharon Ellis 7,744.51 Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 81,605.56 Nichola & David Walmsley 23,664.17 Edward & Benedetta Graham 13,088.76 Sara & Steven Smith 9,394.18 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 23,606.58 Claire Mires 13,059.55 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 9,391.96 David & Ingrid Norton 7,737.01 Craig & Mary Hawkes 80,207.19 Sharon Owen 7,735.57 Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 79,514.01 Roselyn & Gavin Thomson 23,535.23 Linda Wood 12,970.65 Jim & Marian Lombard 9,376.83 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 23,301.18 Caroline & Mark Sellars 12,943.12 Clodagh Mc Donald & Patrice Mcdonald 9,362.36 Debi & Simon Allsop 7,734.90 Stanley & Roy Stewart 79,183.32 Erick Duncan & Terry Garde 7,726.60 Deborah & Allan Dewar 78,775.67 Darren & Christina Simmons 23,282.66 Michael Prior 12,843.99 Seyed Ali Sajjadi 9,356.13 John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone 23,215.49 William & Jane Warrington 12,806.24 Janice & Colin Keogh 9,350.67 James Whittington 7,721.69 Gaynor Morgan 78,353.28 Sue Phoenix 7,717.87 Alan Meldrum 76,166.86 Rosemary & Christopher Day 22,723.58 Iain & Jackie Swanston 12,792.92 Steve Kelly 9,294.49 Norah Bohan 22,701.43 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 12,755.72 Paul Tonkin 9,273.71 Peter & Karen Bertie 7,714.79 Peter & Myrna Wellock 76,059.83 Steve Hewitt 7,714.79 Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 75,512.16 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 22,254.49 Louise Puttick 12,725.15 Paul & Ruth Murray 9,272.30 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 22,249.87 Noel & Eileen Carson 12,690.48 Alan & Barbara Rea 9,255.47 Mark & Louise Keye 7,710.75 Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 74,315.60 Jacqueline & Thomas Middlemass 7,710.46 Glenn & Caroline Royston 74,093.30 Robert Wellock 22,241.38 Catherine & Stephen Lord 12,653.24 Cormie Marshall & Gwen Drysdale 9,253.92 Cindy & David Brown 22,241.38 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 12,610.06 Michael & Lianne Rust 9,242.62 Don & Morna Campbell 7,709.73 Rosina & Frank Pocock 73,945.08 Dinah Henson & Karl Morgan 7,708.77 Eve & Norman Branch 70,716.64 Gloria & Clive Davies 22,121.95 Sarah Trim 12,606.39 Janet & Terry Mulley 9,242.62 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 22,016.56 Ivor & Myra Collins 12,434.44 Sylvia Mckay & William Snoddy 9,241.69 Geoffrey & Angela Martin 7,708.12 Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 69,875.97 John & Carol Garner 7,708.12 Helen Brooks 68,757.32 Kerry & Paul Stonall 21,977.38 Martin Stoves 12,404.59 Peter Mccormac 9,239.41 Elaine Fenwick 21,940.09 Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 12,356.53 Evan & Sally Tidman 9,238.98 Kerry Mitchell 7,706.17 Karen & Neil Young 67,775.35 Samwise Garrard 7,705.02 James Curtis 66,388.66 Andrew Medlam 21,940.09 Terry Hayden & Charles Napier 12,340.68 James & Janice Walkinshaw 9,182.41 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 21,300.23 Stefan Frienling 12,270.05 Daniel & Elizabeth Bodman 9,182.41 Andrew O’Riordan & Emma Kinsella 7,696.69 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 64,043.26 Susan & Graham Green 7,689.52 Derrick & Maria Longwright 63,899.24 Bill Caddy 21,234.22 Gail & Darren Drew 12,206.91 Michael & Shirley Ankin 9,166.52 Richard & Judy Taylor 21,033.92 Andrew & Denise Hunt 12,176.44 Yvonne & Ronald Eveleigh 9,143.72 Angela & Lee Claydon 7,688.79 Mike & Dawn Gough 63,273.83 Karen Benjamin 7,688.79 Michelle Kennedy 63,090.08 June & David Love 20,901.39 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 12,137.05 Angela Wallace 9,103.83 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 20,693.80 Kulwant & Mandeep Kalon 12,028.10 Malcolm & Inge Williams 9,097.29 Zoe Climpson 7,686.87 Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 62,229.77 Diana Babbage & Joanna Turner 7,686.79 Julie & Anthony Cornick 61,740.92 Terry Drew 20,690.80 Kate Lee 12,003.70 Richard & Julie Henderson 9,064.48 Markus Klötzer & Petra Romoser 20,659.28 Kevin Howe & Leah Harper 11,949.95 Jennifer & Geoffrey Bell 9,017.90 Heather & David Rowe 7,686.12 Stephen & Debra Nell 61,644.33 Mark Cornthwaite 7,686.12 Jane & John Dunkerley 60,784.28 Bernadette Murray 20,608.38 Maryan & Don Nicolson 11,927.50 Peter Gallant & Claire Mckay 9,013.72 Sharon & Craig Davis 20,489.35 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 11,867.95 Mary & Harry Fullerton 9,012.72 Sandra Ellis 7,685.22 Helen & Paul Allgood 60,747.90 George & Carol Murray 7,683.09 Ron & Judy Speirs 59,865.51 David Byatt & Janet Smith 20,464.37 Stephen & Elaine Blay 11,858.31 Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Lawlor 9,004.96 Robert & Rosemary Annan 20,381.47 Lesley & Keith Ridden 11,809.15 Pierce & Janet Hartley 8,987.44 Julie & Peter Bellotti 7,677.19 Gill & Donato Sepe 58,988.21 Tony & Julie Brown 7,676.04 Steven Curtis & Sarah Kellow 56,514.21 Ian & Carol Parker 20,291.38 Mark & Adele Gallacher 11,807.85 Bentley & Catherine Knight 8,975.98 Ann & John Coe 20,171.61 Anita Morris 11,773.70 Robin & Lynne Green 8,961.26 Katrina Harvey & Ian Winstanley 7,673.56 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 56,475.40 Stewart Lonsdale 7,670.18 Debbie & Trevor Collins 55,501.54 Karen & Steven Glew 20,058.98 Andrew Nicoll & Danielle Young 11,718.85 Fay & Andrew Roe 8,945.62 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 20,013.60 Sally Print & Darren Phipps 11,708.79 Jane & Howard Philpott 8,944.94 Caroline & Anthony Doolan 7,668.41 Belinda Clarke 55,263.29 Richard Howe 7,663.76 Su & Jas Bains 54,391.87 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 19,997.02 Stephen & Joyce Milne 11,705.18 Paul & Gosia Hammond 8,940.31 David Belcher 19,959.57 Jon Turner 11,632.81 Anna & Nigel Lacey 8,938.76 Peter & Caren Neesham 7,652.78 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 54,234.25 Sheelagh & Paul Humphries 7,652.02 Christopher & Louise Brown 53,559.12 Linda & Graeme Kirkwood 19,940.30 David & Jenny Gerry 11,632.81 Julie & Andrew Hambleton 8,917.84 Martyn Cunningham 19,806.62 John & Mary Marsh 11,632.08 Hugh Smith 8,898.22 Gethin & Lynwen Thomas 7,651.76 Keith & Pauline Blythe 53,393.94 Laura Dunkerley & John Church 7,648.14 John Webb & Kathryn Price 52,687.63 Karen Olivant & Peter Flitton 19,795.11 Dean Rothwell & Rachel Launchbury 11,621.89 John & Lesley Mcnally 8,847.09 Brian & Grainne Quigley 19,770.93 Omran Zaman 11,613.66 Sharon Bullock & David Taylor 8,837.20 Janet & Andrew Mitchell 7,642.81 Jay Singh 52,463.98 George & Margaret Bratty 7,641.15 Brian Harwood 52,284.27 Diane & Geoff Owen 19,764.28 Peter French & Louise Egan 11,583.60 Carole Batchelor 8,832.88 Richard & Helen Peuleve 19,673.71 Kelly & Steve Elliott 11,538.97 John Dowding & Susan Clements 8,832.51 Victoria & Paul Brown 7,628.38 Roger & Barbara Green 50,710.06 Christina & Rob Cann 7,626.29 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 49,378.55 Amy Warrington 19,655.18 Marcus & Joyce Emerson 11,514.70 Steven Bond & Susan Blunt 8,829.93 Sarah & Ivan Darch 19,646.03 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 11,473.39 Simon & Kerri Matthews 8,828.11 Scott Wolstenholme & Helen Maher 7,624.49 Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 49,070.48 Linda & David Leadbetter 7,624.49 Chris & Julia Norton 48,613.24 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 19,470.58 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 11,429.67 Nigel Cannon & Belinda Wallace 8,818.71 Darryl Allen 19,470.58 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 11,415.97 Katie & Mark Johnson 8,809.92 Cathy & John Reilly 7,624.40 Ram & Joginder Singh 46,347.01 David Blanshard & Jan Mills 7,618.98 Caroline & Philip Thompson 46,207.00 Michael Godwin 19,372.50 Ian & Pauline Pilkington 11,364.07 Michael & Valerie Warrener 8,803.85 Leslie & Moira Harris 19,330.21 Sheelagh & Brian Carter 11,353.59 Robert & Pauline Cook 8,791.63 Andy & Linda Goddard 7,615.83 Seph O’Connell & Sarah Watson 45,970.34 Amraj Khan 7,615.13 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 45,796.59 Angel & Stuart Hill 19,330.21 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 11,349.19 Michael & Diane Ruth Mccaul 8,780.24 Gary & Iris Dixon 19,142.98 Lesley & Steven Tombs 11,335.71 Jonathan Donno 8,766.82 Minesh Padhiar 7,615.13 Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 45,714.55 Hilary Maynard 7,613.91 Joseph O’Donnell 45,548.56 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 19,102.71 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 11,319.93 Nicola Poor & Lewis Griffiths 8,745.55 Sandra Brown 19,037.00 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 11,304.47 Julian Ashton & Linda Black 8,717.16 Nick Oakley 7,613.38 Graham & Georgina Long 45,105.28 Phillip Hands 7,612.62 Alison & Michael Ogden 44,220.31 Patrick & Helen Loftus 18,981.52 Ann & Robert Campbell 11,290.52 Guy & Gillian Rickson 8,716.21 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 18,940.39 Richard & Greta Brownridge 11,287.19 Thomas & Pauline Mcmichael 8,712.22 Rod & Mairi Marshall 7,606.87 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 44,066.89 Willie Louw 7,604.22 Carol & Bruce Manktelow 43,722.16 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 18,854.66 David Lewis 11,270.57 Rebecca Nisbet-Forster & Matthew Forster 8,704.40 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 18,853.19 Matthew Osborne & Janine Evans 11,266.07 Garrett & Nicola O'Shea 8,704.30 Patrick & Mary Keane 7,594.03 Tom & Bernadette Hingley 43,662.86 David & Christine Rhodes 7,584.19 Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 43,529.19 Brian & Diane Holmwood 18,801.48 Kevin Cottis & Christine Wilding 11,266.07 Shelly Warriner 8,701.91 Bev & Dave Townsend 18,752.13 Paul & Andrea Towler 11,225.92 Anthony & Susan Peacham 8,636.03 Elizabeth & Keith Tomlinson 7,580.41 Tracy & David Sheehan 42,793.91 Danny Barden & Wendy Hodges 7,577.17 Keith & Patricia Phillips 42,765.77 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 18,747.47 Ron & Sue Keeler 11,194.84 Carole & James Sunter 8,611.96 Michael & Janet Wallace 18,702.63 Craig & Linda Lomas 11,189.22 Lynne & Neil Smith 8,611.71 Mark Law & Diana Searle 7,572.18 Graham & Catherine Hyde 42,540.00 Karen & Lee 7,570.03 Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 41,858.71 James & Jane White 18,487.62 Harvey Kent 11,163.39 Jeanette & Roy Bonella 8,587.77 Christine & Con Browning 18,435.06 Georgina & Phil Gale 11,134.14 Jean Sidhu & Antony Watkins 8,584.88 Elizabeth & Douglas Benton 7,566.20 Melanie & Andrew Wilson 41,856.42 Paul & Helen Wilson 7,559.21 Debbie Gee 41,297.20 Debra & Oliver Pusey 18,235.55 Emma & Richard O'Toole 11,132.96 Adison Bridet & Sheryl Andrews 8,584.88 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 18,213.58 Barbara & John Russell 11,083.92 Soraya & Steve Anderson 8,578.60 Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton 7,555.58 David Pope & Stephanie Garrod 40,425.69 Sandra & Chris Nelms 7,536.01 Chantele & Barry Travis 39,901.22 Elaine & Martin Spafford 17,840.37 Linda Charles 11,061.15 Jason Wrightson & Natasha Armstrong 8,571.74 Mark & Sarah Wildman 17,819.21 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 11,054.99 Nicola Clarke 8,528.73 Terry & Margaret Farrell 7,535.95 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 39,507.44 Petrova Wardak & Carl Fairhurst 7,533.33 Sharon & Andrew Bird 39,478.40 Mark James 17,808.14 Lynne Flaxman 11,054.02 Iain & Sue Cormack 8,518.21 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 17,807.09 Henry & Diana Crosby 11,025.24 Louise Sims & Edwina Glegg 8,495.31 Malcolm & Jennifer Warden 7,527.42 John & Sophia Clements 39,360.42 Raymond Underwood 7,526.87 Stephen Clark 39,074.94 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 17,782.84 Paul & Carolyn Blaxall 11,015.92 Richard Radbourne & Yvonne Kirk 8,480.62 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 17,527.86 Jane Avery 11,004.17 Ian Wakefield 8,479.56 Mark Taylor & Sharon Wood 7,525.94 Richard & Clare Chantler 38,689.90 Steve Hobbs 7,505.75 Brian Manchester 37,418.99 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 17,452.73 Stephen & Laine Shepherd 10,924.15 Anthony Devoy 8,479.42 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 37,034.12 Sadie O’Boyle 17,438.53 Karl-Josef & Brigitte Mergler 10,883.01 Jonathan Darton 8,453.92 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 01 09.01.09
  • 12. LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS north of Wynyard Park turn-off. Open meeting, everyone good access for wheelchairs. Contact Mike and Margaret welcome. 8pm Start £2.50 per head. Guests free Drayton on 01623 722500. Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Geldard and Cathy 21 Jan (18/2,18/3,15/4,13/5,10/6,8/7,5/8,2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) COMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564. ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix ITS 514235 Essex Business Opportunity Meeting at The Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, J28 – M25. 7.30 10 Jan Kleeneze Ireland New Year Showcase – THE 28 Jan (every four wks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting, for 8pm start. Business Dress please. Everyone Welcome RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5 Hosts Richard & Vanadis. Voicemail: 184496. 11 Feb Gold Rush Training Day – STONELEIGH PARK 9PE. Easy Access from A19. Open meeting, everyone 21 Jan Kleeneze Opportunity Presentation Evening. Holiday Inn 22-28 Mar Kleeneze Spring Destination Conference 2009 – welcome. 8.00pm START £2.50 per head. Guests free STOKE ON TRENT M6 J15 Postcode ST5 4DL Business CARIBBEAN CRUISE Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and dress only. Please arrive early for a prompt start Doors open 9 May Kleeneze Summer Showcase – THE NIA, Cathy Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564, ITS 119822 Sue at 7:30pm, presentation from 8:00pm until 9:15pm. Hosts: BIRMINGHAM Phoenix ITS 514235. Adele & Jaime de Caso 01260 500081. 16 May Kleeneze Ireland Summer Showcase – THE 29 Jan (26/2,26/3,23/4,21/5,18/6,16/7,13/8,10/9,8/10,5/11,3/12) 5 Sept RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT Kleeneze Christmas Showcase and Gala Dinner SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES Gloucester BOM, Twigworth Lodge(Premier Travel Inn) Twigworth, GLOUCESTER GL2. 7.45pm for 8pm prompt 13 Jan (10/2,10/3,7/4,5/5,2/6,30/6,28/7,25/8,22/9,20/10,17/11, start. £3 per distributorship, guests free. Host Mike Perkins 2009 – THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM 15/12) Hemel Hempstead Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, ITS 508802. 12 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Christmas Showcase – THE Breakspear Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2 4UA. £3 per RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 2 Feb (Open to Blue & Red Groups) Eltham Open Evening at the distributor, guests free. 7:30pm for 8pm start. Business Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, ELTHAM, 15-18 Oct Kleeneze Autumn Destination 2009 – TBC dress please. Hosts: Rosina & Frank Pocock. Tel: 01442 London, SE9 1AA. 7.30pm registration for prompt 8pm 9 Jan 2010 Kleeneze New Year Showcase & Gala Dinner – THE 256405. start, ends around 9.30pm, then relax for a drink and a NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM 13 Jan (10/2; 10/3; 7/4; 5/5; 2/6; 30/6; 28/7; 25/8; 22/9; 20/10; sizzle plus visit our well stocked Sales Aids table. £3 per 16 Jan 2010 Kleeneze Ireland New Year Showcase – THE 17/11) Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn (next to Premier distributorship, guests free, dress code: smart casual. Hosts RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT Inn),Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL, BS35 3LL. 8.00 Joyce and Pete Rowe. Tel: 020 8463 7133. ITS: 317 688. 2-9 Mar 2010 Kleeneze Spring Destination – CAPE TOWN PM start. Business dress please. Distributors £2 per head, THE ONLY BOM IN SOUTH EAST LONDON. guests FREE. Host: Andy Cooper, ITS 124171. T. 01179 3 Feb (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity 819526. Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards, TRAINING MEETINGS - 2008 COUNTRYWIDE 14 Jan (11/2, 11/3, 8/4, 6/5, 3/6, 1/7, 29/7, 26/8, 23/9, 21/10, 18/11, 16/12) Somerset Business Opportunity Meeting, The RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm start, . 11 Jan Freedom Training. 10.00am – 1.00pm (Doors open at £2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton 9.30am) Best Western Moat House Hotel, Festival Way, Bathpool Inn, Bathpool, TAUNTON, TA2 8BE, 7.30pm for and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727. Etruria, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST1 5BQ. Bookings only, 8pm start. £3 per Distributorship, guests free. Carlsberg 3 Feb (four weekly) Business Opportunity Meeting, Newton Regis £6.00 per person. Guest speakers Andy Buxton & Laura don’t do BOMs, but if they did, they’d probably say this is Village Hall, Austrey Lane, Newton Regis, TAMWORTH, Kelly, please send cheques (payable to A de Caso) to: Adele the best BOM in the world...but you need to come along to B79 0NL. Doors open 7pm for 8pm start (9.30pm finish). £3 & Jaime de Caso, 12 Kennington Oval, Trentham, STOKE find out! Contact Chris and Jacqui Hill on 01458 851046, per Distributor, guests free. The Kleeneze business ON TRENT, Staffs, ST4 8FX. (Names will be held at the 0967 661442, ITS 237999, email presented in a fun and informative presentation. Whilst door, no tickets are sent out) Business dress only please, somersetbom@toprewards.co.uk. providing an easy and relaxed atmosphere. The ideal everyone welcome. 19 Jan (third Monday of every month) South East Open Evening combination for you to introduce your friends and family to 18 Jan Gill Nicholson’s Wealth Event, Thurrock Hotel, Ship Lane, BOM with a twist. Forest Suite, Bracknell Leisure Centre, Kleeneze. Contact David Pemberton-Smith at Aveley, ESSEX, RM10 1YN. Guest speaker Michael Khatkar. Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Berks, RG12 9SE. 7.45pm pembo.smith@googlemail.com, tel 07739 041843. Doors open 1pm for 1.30pm start, 4pm finish. Business for 8.30pm start. Distributors £3 single/£4 joint, guests free. 4 Feb (04/03, 01/04, 29/04, 27/05, 24/06) Business Opportunity dress please. Distributors £4, guests free. Arrive ready to Business dress please. Contact Debbie Gee on 01628 Open Evening, All Welcome. Comfort Inn A17/A52 Jct learn, leave ready to earn! Contact Gill Nicholson at 626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540 to reserve your table Bickers Bar, BOSTON, Lincs, PE20 3AN 7.30pm start. wealthevents@btinternet.com, Tel 0708 763058. for your team sizzle! Everyone welcome across the Network £2.50 per person, Guests FREE. Contact Andy & Amanda (Blue and Red groups). 24 Jan Cornwall’s Coast 2 Coast Training. A chance to give your Holland (e.mail: aaholland@talktalk.net or v.mail 137713). business TIME (Training, Inspiration, Motivation and 20 Jan (four weekly) NEW Business Opportunity/Training meeting at COVENTRY, The Novotel Jct 3, M6. 7.30pm for 8.00pm Education - Kehelland village Hall, Nr CAMBORNE TR14 0DE 2 4.30. Contact Sandy or Rebecca on ITS 525550. start. £3.00 per distributorship, guests free. Guest speakers THE NETHERLANDS £2.50 per distributorship, guests free. Andy Buxton and Laura Kelly. Business dress please. 24 Jan (21/2,21/3,18/4,16/5,13/6/11/7,18/8,12/9,3/10,31/10,28/11, Everyone is welcome. Further details from Margaret Moore, 19/12) New venue - Hotel van der Valk de Cantharel, Van 25 Jan Fast Forward Northwest Millionaires at the Holiday Inn, 01780 782797. Golsteinlaan 20, 7339 GT APELDOORN. Special guest RUNCORN. Junction 12 on the M56. Starts at 12 noon. We have managed to negotiate no increase in room hire so 21 Jan (18/02, 18/03, 15/04, 20/05, 17/06,15/07, 19/08, 16/09, Michael Khatkar will be presenting the Khatkar Trophy. 1pm tickets are still £8 at the door, including FREE CD and 21/10, 18/11, 16/12) Redruth Business Opportunity Meeting – 3pm. Email Rita Weyn & Frank Kamsteeg at bumper raffle. Great line up of speakers including Lyn at Tricky’s, Tolgus Mount, Redruth, CORNWALL, TR15 3TA. f.kamsteeg@home.nl. MacDonald and Silver Premier, Andy Stephenson. BIDS will 7.45pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. Still only £2.50 be there for all your sponsoring aids. Further details from per Distributorship, Guests free. Hosts: David and Jenny Mel Wilson 01524 720192 or ITS 137603. Gerry. Contact on 01209 714067, Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in your moneymagnet.info@yahoo.co.uk, ITS 297533. 25 Jan (four weekly) Fast Start Training, Newton Regis Village Hall, area? Let us know, at meetings@kleeneze.co.uk and we Austrey Lane, Newton Regis, TAMWORTH, B79 0NL. 21 Jan (18/02, 18/03, 15/04, 13/05, 10/06, 8/07, 5/08, 2/09, 30/09. will include them in our weekly meetings diary. 12noon – 2pm. £3 per Distributor. A two-hour meeting that 28/10, 25/11) West Sussex Business Opportunity Showcase at the Royal George, Upper Shoreham Road, Shoreham-by- DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY. covers all you and your team need to know in developing your Kleeneze business. Come along and join in a fun and Sea, WEST SUSSEX, BN43 6TA, on the Holmbush informative gathering of experienced and committed Roundabout. Fantastic training from guest speakers Kleeneze people. Contact David Pemberton-Smith at followed by a scintillating sizzle for only £2.50 per pembo.smith@googlemail.com, Tel 07739 041843. Distributor, Guests FREE. 7.30pm for 8pm prompt start, Business dress please. Hosts:- Judy & Gordon Seldon, 01903 893887. OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND 21 Jan (18/2, 18/3) Open Opportunity Meeting at The Summit 14 Jan (every 4 wks) TEESIDE Opportunity Meeting, The Windmill, Centre, Pavilion Road, Kirkby in Ashfield, NOTTINGHAM a purpose built Conference and Seminar Centre, Dalton NG17 7LL, Jct. 27 or 28 of the M1. 8pm-9.30pm. £3 per Piercy, HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly on A19, just distributorship, guests free. Parking facilities available and “Business not moving forward? Weren’t at the Showcase? Could that be a clue?! You missed a day of clues on how to build a mega Kleeneze team.” Gillian Nicholson, Platinum Premier Executive Distributor Please don’t miss out on the next incredible Showcase. Already hundreds of Distributors have booked their place for the event on Saturday 9 May at the NIA. Make sure you join them! Book Now and save £5, only £15 before the end of January. HOW TO BOOK Showcase tickets cost £20/€30 and you can pay by credit card, debit card or using your Kleeneze account. Phone: Call the Service Centre on +44 (0) 844 848 5000. Alternatively, call the NIA Box Office on +44 (0) 844 581 0745 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm). Standard National call rates apply. Online: Visit www.necgroup.co.uk (24 hours). Go to ‘Buy a Ticket’ and scroll down to ‘Tickets Available at the NIA’. Once you have selected the Kleeneze Summer Showcase use promotional code KLEEN9186. Fax: Fax the booking form (available to download off the DSA) to +44 (0)121 767 3849. Post: Post the booking form (available to download off the DSA) to The Ticket Factory, Centre Core, The NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT. Ordering site: Add your Showcase tickets onto your usual product order using code 00027. 09.01.09 Issue 01 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN