BULLETIN 13.02.09 Issue 06
2009 and the sails are officially up!
A mere 44 days into 2009 and 134 Distributors have qualified for the Caribbean, plus the first winners of the Vauxhall Corsa are through. So far,
we like 2009 immensely, but we have a very strong feeling that this is just the start of the success.
Well, in this week’s EWB we announce the Autumn Destination criteria! Yes, another fabulous destination is just around the corner and it’s
exclusively for you, as a Kleeneze Distributor, to take advantage of. It’s the ideal stepping stone onto Cape Town as well. To qualify for Autumn
not only means you’ll be half way to qualifying for the Spring Destination, your income will automatically increase and you’ll have a five star
holiday experience to share with your team members – one that you’ll never forget.
Of course, you don’t need us to tell you what goals you should be aiming for – you’re already well on your way to achieving them. While Britain
and some parts of Ireland practically shut down in the wake of the snow storms over the past couple of weeks, you were still out there building
your businesses, achieving your objectives and basically being an amazingly unstoppable force!
So, your retailing hasn’t slowed down despite the recession and adverse weather conditions. It should be applauded. However, we’ve decided to
go one step further, as we think it should be REWARDED! The Retail Challenge that proved so successful at the end of last year is back and with
even more prizes than ever, (see page 3). There’s nothing like the promise of prizes to keep us nice and warm in these sub-zero temperatures!
Anyway, we hope you enjoy this week’s bumper EWB and find it packed full of motivation to keep you going for another week. Please keep
sending us in your stories: email@example.com.
Gold Distributors set to sail the Caribbean
Wednesday (11 February) saw the second
hugely successful event of the Gold Rush
initiative. Gold Distributors from all over the
country came together for Gold Rush II and
received valuable training from the likes of
Silver Senior Executive Distributor Geoff and
Fiona Webb and Gold Senior Executive
Distributor Gavin Scott on how to take that
incredibly important step up the sales plan.
However, this particular event was especially
exciting as we were about to find out which Gold Distributors would be destined to take a place on Club Med 2 to cruise around the Caribbean.
All the Distributors needed to do was to achieve 24% Volume Profit between Periods 11 and 1 and attend the New Year Showcase to receive a
golden ticket to be entered into the Caribbean draw. Then, every time a new Distributor with a minimum of 400 Bonus Points was sponsored,
another golden ticket would be entered into the draw.
We had a staggering number of golden tickets in the draw on Wednesday, but only 10 Distributorships could win the prize. Or that’s what they
thought! On the day, we actually drew some bonus winners too. And here are the results:
• Tammy Mullins and Simon Lanning • Gail and Darren Drew • Richard Radbourne and Yvonne Kirk
• Richard and Patricia Rogers • Julie and Peter Bellotti • Norman and Joanne Grundy
• Yvonne Coffey • Debra Bamford • David and Lynn Bole
• John Hurd • Andy and Linda Goddard • Peter and Angela Abrahams
MORE SET FOR THE SPRING DESTINATION 2009!
Sadly, the qualification period for our Caribbean Cruise is now over. Of course, there are still two amazing destinations to qualify for though!
Cape Town is still wide open and this week we announce the criteria for the Autumn Destination 2009 too! (see page 4 for details.)
Congratulations to the following Distributors who will be joining us on Club Med 2 in March:
• Christopher Young and Helena Edwards • Peter and Sheryl Dutton • Muriel and Tony Judson
• Abigail Colclough • Brian and Diane Holmwood • Neil and Susan Maclean
• Dawn and Bruce Marsden • Richard Houseago and Vanadis Fox • Linda and Tony Gower
League Table Qualifiers:
• Tony and Kate Briffa • Mike and Amanda Bibby • Joseph O’Donnell
• June and David Love • Colin and Sarby Turnbull • Gareth and Gil Duffy
• Vivienne and Richard Washington • Cindy and David Brown • Keith Sandland
• Chaitali and Ajit Nath • Karim and Juliet Karmali • Amanda and Andrew Holland
• Louise Wellock and Nathan Sylvester • Timothy Murphy • Debbie Gee
• Fred and Karen Mason • Melanie and Andrew Wilson • David and Samantha Branch
• Dave and Susie Horton • Rhian and Anthony Jones • Chris and Julia Norton
• Eamon Lynch and Marie Ryan • Martin Cunningham
• John and Jeanette Hawkes • Sandra Brown
[Coming soon in EWB…which Distributors will be upgraded to a luxury suite?]
NEW YEAR SALE Everyone loves a bargain and now we’re firmly in the grip of the recession, people seem to be going more
bananas for bargains than ever before. However, this has had a downside and thanks to everyone wanting
T our great-priced, great products, the New Year Sale Catalogue has proved to be a
little TOO successful!
£6.00 Due to this success, we’ve created a second edition of the New Year Sale Catalogue. WHILST
Issue 2 will have 16 pages of products, some from the New Year Sale Issue 1,
For professional style chopping and speedy slicing, the
and other products from across our range. Issue 2 will be available in relevant Retail
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13.02.09 Issue 06 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Another chance to win
thousands of pounds
worth of prizes!
The Retail Challenge is back and we’ve even more great prizes to be won. If you missed out last time, this is another chance to get your sales up
and be rightly rewarded in the process. A win-win situation if ever we saw one!
The challenge kicks off from Thursday 12 February at 9.15pm and closes on Thursday 26 February at 9.15pm. All you need to do to
enter the draw is place as many orders (of over £250/€375) as possible during this time and with each order you will be entered once into
the draw. Therefore, the more orders you make, the more chance you have of winning some of these spectacular prizes:
• 25 pairs of May Showcase tickets • 4 x one weekend break at the Hever Hotel • iPod nano speaker and
and Club in Kent alarm clock system
• 25 boxes of 50 Opportunity DVDs
• LCD Monitor • Digital camera
• 25 Retail Kits
• 10 x Frank Dick’s book, Winning • Digital camcorder
• 20 sets of Waterproof Clothing
• 10 x Paul McGee’s book, S.U.M.O. • Portable iPod speaker
• 4 x one week’s self-catering accomodation
in in Cyprus with car hire (exclude flights)
worth £600 each
We’ll be announcing all the winners of the Retail Incentive in EWB on Friday 6 March.
That’s a total prize value of over £7,000! You need to be in it to win it, though, so get those orders in!
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 06 13.02.09
THE AUTUMN DESTINATION 2009 IS…
By now you should know that Kleeneze doesn’t do rewards by half and this year’s Autumn
Destination is another absolutely amazing location. We’re taking you to where the lights are
bright, where the stretch of coast is known as the Golden Mile – yes, you guessed it. It’s the
slot machine capital of Britain….
Ok, maybe not. Hopefully not. I mean, the Conference organisers have been known to dupe us
in the past. Remember Skegness (Marrakech)? Coventry (Vienna)? Oh well, we’re sure we’ll
have a good time wherever they take us. And we do like a bit of candy floss and a donkey
Anyway, you know in your heart of hearts that this is a Destination YOU need to be on. You’ve
seen the video diaries from Vienna, you’ve heard the stories. These events are unlike anything
else. Get qualifying and get to the May Showcase where we’ll announce the REAL Autumn
Destination 2009 (17-21 October)!
KLEENEZE AUTUMN DESTINATION 2009
Periods 4 to 9 inclusive
1. Achieve Sales Plan progression at least one position to a MINIMUM of Gold Distributor.
2. Maintain the new position for a further TWO Periods (a total of three Sales Periods at
the new position).
3. Distributors must hit their NEW level for TWO CONSECUTIVE Periods out of the three
(e.g. Periods 4 5 plus ONE more Period).
Distributors who register in Periods 5 or 6:
1. Achieve a MINIMUM of 18% Volume Profit by Period 7.
2. Achieve Sales Plan progression to GOLD in Period 8.
3. Maintain GOLD in Period 9 (a total of two Periods at Gold).
SED PREMIER distributors:
Qualify at SED level (5 wide) for ANY 3 Periods during Periods 4 to 9 inclusive, AND demonstrate POSITIVE year-on-year growth over the same
Period in 2008 (Period 4 to 9).
1. All qualifying distributorships MUST show a year-on-year Bulk Sales increase over the same Period in the previous year (your Bulk Sales during this current
competition period will be compared to your Bulk Sales between Period 4, 2008 and Period 9, 2008).
2. A Distributorship can ONLY qualify for a particular conference ONCE (multiple qualifications for a conference do not automatically qualify a distributorship
for the next conference the following year). This rule also applies to trophy winners and new Premier Distributors.
3. Qualification will be subject to the usual company verifications.
4. The programme commences at the point of departure of the international flight (choose from London Heathrow or Manchester, subject to availability).
Domestic flights are not included unless you live in Ireland or the Channel Islands. Travel insurance, airport accommodation and car parking must be
arranged by the Distributor.
5. In order to qualify, a new partner on a Kleeneze distributorship should have joined the business before the distributorship begins qualification.
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside...just not in the North West of England in October, please
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TOP OF THE VAUX!
If anyone ever doubted that this business rewards hard work, they need only look toward Andrew
Buxton and Laura Kelly. Over the past 12 months, the pair has qualified for Vienna and the Caribbean
Cruise, won the Distributor Challenge Trophy and qualified at Silver Executive Distributor level. Now to add
a bit more icing, on their already very-well iced cake, they’ve won the first of ten Vauxhall Corsas!
“When the fabulous Corsa incentive was
announced at the January Showcase in
2008, we knew that if we continued to
focus on our teams goals and support their
achievements and aspirations, we could be
eligible to go for it! We are fortunate to
have two vehicles (although Andy's is
approaching antique status with over a
quarter of a million miles on the clock! Geoff
Webb says it is held together with baling
twine, but this is not true…it’s Araldite).
We are incredibly excited and grateful to Kleeneze who yet again have provided
us with yet another fabulous incentive to help us grow our business and this one
with a really practical economical purpose.... it is wide enough and long enough
to carry a 3.4 metre window washer isn’t it?!”
Your PR company THE BIG 1
SASS’ role as your PR partner is to publicise all nature of news on your behalf.
From major business achievements, charity work and community initiatives, to
milestones such as reaching SED status and much more. SASS is here to help raise
the profile of your business in your local area and to help you get involved in PR,
which could result in new telephone and web enquiries and new team members
for you! Please feel free to supply SASS with any information that you feel might
make a story – the team will then review and let you know whether they think it Fancy following in Andrew and Laura’s footsteps and
will make the news. making this year your best to date? Well, the advice
from all the top leaders is to make sure you get to
For all those lucky qualifiers off to the Caribbean, SASS will shortly be sending a the meetings. Nowhere beyond the Birmingham
press release out to your local newspapers, letting them know about your Showcases will you find such a mix of motivation,
achievement. If there are any newspapers that you would particularly like the PR training and inspiration to keep you on track to
team to contact, then please get in touch. achieve your goals.
In the current economic climate SASS is also looking specifically for individuals This March, The Big 1 event in Nottingham has
who have recently been affected by redundancy - it could be that you joined everything you’ll need to keep your business on track,
plus it’s a fantastic afternoon to boot! With training
Kleeneze following redundancy or upped your Kleeneze hours due to the threat
from the likes of Gold Premier Executive Distributors,
of redundancy. Talking
Peter and Jackie White; Silver Premier Executive
about your own experience Distributors, Mike and Amanda Bibby plus Platinum
may encourage others to Senior Executive Distributor, Gary Watson it’s set to
investigate the Kleeneze be a mind-blowing meeting that will boost your
business opportunity and business immensely.
help drive new enquiries, so “I’ve been to this meeting a number of times,” said
if you think this sounds like Head of Network Development, Michael Khatkar.
you or somebody in your “The atmosphere and energy are electric – it certainly
team, then please get in fulfils all the requirements of a fantastic meeting.”
touch with either Rachel or The Big 1 takes place on Sunday 15 March.
Cerys at SASS on This is an open meeting for anyone to attend.
01565 832 832 or email: See the back of EWB under Training Meetings
firstname.lastname@example.org. for all the details of how to book.
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 06 13.02.09
LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS
COMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS Business dress please. Contact Debbie Gee on 01628
626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540 to reserve your table
introduce your friends and family to Kleeneze. Contact David
Pemberton-Smith at email@example.com, Tel
4 Mar Kleeneze Gold Day – KLEENEZE HQ (Book now: for your team sizzle! Everyone welcome across the Network 07739 041843.
email firstname.lastname@example.org) (Blue and Red groups). 4 Mar (01/04, 29/04, 27/05, 24/06) Business Opportunity Open
7 Mar Kleeneze Success Seminar – PARK PLAZA HOTEL, 16 Feb (16/3, 13/4, 11/5, 8/6, 6/7, 3/8, 31/8, 28/9, 26/10, Evening, All Welcome. Comfort Inn A17/A52 Jct Bickers Bar,
BELFAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 23/11,16/12) Norwich Business Opportunity Meeting, BOSTON, Lincs, PE20 3AN 7.30pm start. £2.50 per person,
22-28 Mar Kleeneze Spring Destination – CARIBBEAN CRUISE Holiday Inn, Ipswich Rd, NORWICH. NR4 6EP 7.30pm for. Guests FREE. Contact Andy Amanda Holland (e.mail:
8pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Business dress email@example.com or v.mail 137713).
9 May Kleeneze Summer Showcase – THE NIA, please. Contact Stephen on 07810126010. 9 Mar Business Opportunity Meeting followed by Going for Gold
17 Feb (four weekly) Second of our new Business Opportunity training, Quality Hotel New Ashby Road LOUGHBOROUGH
16 May Kleeneze Ireland Summer Showcase – THE Training Meetings at COVENTRY, The Novotel, M6 Jct 3. LE11 4EX, 6.15-7pm BOM, 7.30pm – 9pm Going for Gold.
RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 7.30 for 8.00 start, £3.00 per distributorship, guests free. Guest speaker Premier Tony Judson £4 per Distributorship.
5 Sept Kleeneze Christmas Showcase and Gala Dinner – Guest Speakers Geoff and Fiona Webb, SED Trophy Contact Andy Sharon Bird 0116 2330966.
THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM Winners. Everyone is welcome. Further details from Margaret 10 Mar (7/4,5/5,2/6,30/6,28/7,25/8,22/9,20/10,17/11,15/12) Hemel
Moore 01780 782797. Hempstead Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, Breakspear
12 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Christmas Showcase – THE
RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 18 Feb (18/03, 15/04, 20/05, 17/06,15/07, 19/08, 16/09, 21/10, Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2 4UA. £3 per distributor,
18/11, 16/12) Redruth Business Opportunity Meeting at guests free. 7:30pm for 8pm start. Business dress please.
17-21 Oct Kleeneze Autumn Destination – (PLEASE NOTE: Tricky’s, Tolgus Mount, Redruth, CORNWALL, TR15 3TA. Hosts: Rosina Frank Pocock. Tel: 01442 256405.
CHANGE OF DATE) 7.45pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. Still only £2.50 per 10 Mar (7/4; 5/5; 2/6; 30/6; 28/7; 25/8; 22/9; 20/10; 17/11) Bristol
9 Jan 2010 Kleeneze New Year Showcase Gala Dinner – THE Distributorship, Guests free. Hosts: David and Jenny Gerry. Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn (next to Premier
NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM Contact on 01209 714067, firstname.lastname@example.org, Inn),Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL, BS35 3LL.
ITS 297533. 8.00pm start. Business dress please. Distributors £2 per
16 Jan 2010 Kleeneze Ireland New Year Showcase – THE
RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 18 Feb (18/03, 15/04, 13/05, 10/06, 8/07, 5/08, 2/09, 30/09, 28/10, head, guests FREE. Host: Andy Cooper, ITS 124171. T.
25/11) West Sussex Business Opportunity Showcase at the 01179 819526.
2-9 Mar 2010 Kleeneze Spring Destination – CAPE TOWN Royal George, Upper Shoreham Road, Shoreham-by- Sea, 11 Mar (second Wednesday of every month) Business Opportunity
WEST SUSSEX, BN43 6TA, on the Holmbush Roundabout. Meeting, Chobham Rugby Club, Fowlers Wells, Windsor
TRAINING MEETINGS - 2009 COUNTRYWIDE Fantastic training from guest speakers followed by a
scintillating sizzle for only £2.50 per Distributor, Guests FREE.
Road, CHOBHAM, Surrey GU24 8NA. Doors open at 8pm
5 Mar (2/4,30/4,28/5,25/6,23/7,20/8,17/9,15/10,12/11, 10/12) for 8:30pm start. £2.50 per person, guests free. Business
7.30pm for 8pm prompt start, Business dress please. dress is the norm. Everyone welcome! Business
Opportunity Showcase / Going for Gold Glasgow, 6th floor,
Hosts:- Judy Gordon Seldon, 01903 893887. presentation, recognition, testimonials, training. Sizzle in the
Ramada Jarvis Hotel, Ingram St, GLASGOW. 7.30pm for
8pm start. Business dress please. £3 per Distributor, guests 18 Feb (18/3) Open Opportunity Meeting at The Summit Centre, bar afterwards. Hosts Vicky and Hugh Scott. Contact Steve
free. Everyone welcome. Contact Tom and Kate Forbes 0141 Pavilion Road, Kirkby in Ashfield, NOTTINGHAM NG17 7LL, Rosemary for information 01252 343376
626 0013, Andrew Walkinshaw 07915 063458, Bob Park Jct. 27 or 28 of the M1. 8pm-9.30pm. £3 per distributorship, email@example.com.
0191 247 1821. guests free. Parking facilities available and good access for
15 Mar The Wealth Event, Thurrock Hotel, Ship Lane, Aveley,
ESSEX, RM10 1YN. Guest speaker Gillian Nicholson. Doors
wheelchairs. Contact Mike and Margaret Drayton on 01623
722500. REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
18 Feb (18/3,15/4,13/5,10/6,8/7,5/8,2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) Essex 15 Feb Gavin (Mega Scott) Training, the Midway Hotel,
open 1pm for 1.30pm start, 4.30pm finish. Business dress PORTLAOISE, 12.30pm. Places are limited, so book your
please. Distributors £4, guests free. Arrive ready to learn, Business Opportunity Meeting at The Holiday Inn, Brook
Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, J28 – M25. 7.30 for 8pm ticket in advance by sending a self-addressed envelope to
leave ready to earn! Contact Gill Nicholson at 99 Ardmore Hills, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. Guests are free
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 0708 763058. start. Business Dress please. Everyone Welcome Hosts
Richard Vanadis. Voicemail: 184496. but need to be registered in advance. Tickets are €7.50 per
15 Mar It’s back for 2009, it’s BIGGER than ever, it’s THE BIG 1! The person and are on a first come basis. It is limited to the first
East Midlands premier event is coming up soon, so book 23 Feb Westcountry Open Evening at Padbrook Park Hotel,
75 Distributors and the first 20 Guests. If there are any
now to secure a place with top speakers – Peter and Jackie CULLOMPTON EX15 1RU (signposted 5 mins from J28 on
spaces left it will be €20 on the door. Please book early for
White, Mike and Amanda Bibby, plus Gary Watson! Also, free M5) Special Guest speaker Network Leaders Mike and
yourself and your team to avoid disappointment. Contact
prize draw for a Super 200 Plus Kit from Kleeneze! Tickets Amanda Bibby. All from Red and Blue groups welcome.
Eamon Lynch and Marie Ryan on 044 9330826;
only £7 for a fantastic afternoon of training with a fantastic Prospect focused Business Opportunity Presentation, Book
raffle. Starts at 12 noon (Doors open 11am) Finish at 5pm. Stall, Bids table, Testimonials, raffle and business related
stands. Booking in starts from 7.30, and the event starts at 5 Apr The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm.
For further details contact Laura Thorpe Les Ward on 0116
8pm. Distributors £3 per person and £4 per couple. Guests Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and
294 7827 or Andy Buxton Laura Kelly on 07830 190485.
FREE. Ample parking. Accommodation, meals, coffee and Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; email@example.com.
Make cheques payable to ‘The Big 1’ to 34 Rectory Lane,
Thurcaston, Leicestershire. LE7 7JQ. The meeting is at the bar available. Contact Sheelagh Paul 01392 462710 (ITS 21 Jun Training Meeting at the Midway Hotel, PORTLAOISE,
Novotel, Long Eaton, NOTTINGHAM - Jct 25 M1. You 516275) or Nigel and Lucinda 01392 874412 (ITS 516688). 12.30pm. Guest speaker Lyn McDonald. Tickets are €7.50
cannot by tickets on the day so don’t delay - book today - 26 Feb (26/3,30/4,28/5,25/6,30/7,27/8,24/9,29/10,26/11,17/12) per person and are on a first come basis/€20 on the door.
this is going to be a sell-out! See you there. Showcase Opportunity Briefing, Tottenham Green Leisure Please book early for yourself and your team to avoid
Centre, The Gold Room, First Floor, 1 Philip Lane, LONDON disappointment. Contact Eamon Lynch and Marie Ryan on
044 9330826; firstname.lastname@example.org.
OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND N15 4JA. 7.30PM. Registration for 7.45PM start. Special
guest speakers each month. £3 per distributorship, guest 26 July The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm.
17 Feb (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, free. Everyone welcome! Hosts: Gary Dixon and team. Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and
Edinburgh Training Centre, 16 St Mary’s Street Contact 07973 712 425, I.T.S.113915, or e mail: Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; email@example.com.
EDINBURGH, EH1 1SU. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn firstname.lastname@example.org. 23 Aug Training Meeting at the Midway Hotel, PORTLAOISE,
MacDonald at email@example.com. 12.30pm. Tickets are €7.50 per person and are on a first
1 Mar (1/3, 8/4, 6/5, 3/6, 1/7, 29/7, 26/8, 23/9, 21/10, 18/11, 16/12)
25 Feb (every four wks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting, Somerset Business Opportunity Meeting, The Bathpool Inn, come basis/€20 on the door. Please book early for yourself
Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5 Bathpool, TAUNTON, TA2 8BE, 7.30pm for 8pm start. £3 and your team to avoid disappointment. Contact Eamon
9PE. Easy Access from A19. Open meeting, everyone per Distributorship, guests free. Carlsberg don’t do BOMs, Lynch and Marie Ryan on 044 9330826;
welcome. 8.00pm start £2.50 per head. Guests free but if they did, they’d probably say this is the best BOM in firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and the world...but you need to come along to find out! Contact 18 Oct The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm.
Cathy Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564, ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix Chris and Jacqui Hill on 01458 851046, 0967 661442, ITS Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and
ITS 514235. 237999, email email@example.com. Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 Mar (every two weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Meeting, Change of 2 Mar (Open to Blue Red Groups) Eltham Open Evening at the 8 Nov Training Meeting at the Midway Hotel, PORTLAOISE,
venue - The Ramada Hotel, Ingram Street, GLASGOW, Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, ELTHAM, 12.30pm. Guest speaker Bob Webb. Tickets are €7.50 per
8pm-9pm. Contact Lynn Macdonald at London, SE9 1AA. 7.30pm registration for prompt 8pm start, person and are on a first come basis/€20 on the door. Please
email@example.com or Tel: 01506 414456. ends around 9.30pm, then relax for a drink and a sizzle plus book early for yourself and your team to avoid
4 Mar (1/4, 29/4 every four weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting visit our well stocked Sales Aids table. £3 per distributorship, disappointment. Contact Eamon Lynch and Marie Ryan on
Parkside Hotel PONTEFRACT 1/2 mile off Jct 32 M62 guests free, dress code: smart casual. Hosts Joyce and Pete 044 9330826; firstname.lastname@example.org.
towards Pontefract 7:30 for 8pm start guests free Hosts Rowe. Tel: 020 8463 7133. ITS: 317 688. The only BOM in 6 Dec The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm.
Graham Georgina Long 01757 268830 ITS 119857. South East London. Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and
11 Mar (every 4 wks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, The Windmill, a 3 Mar Burton Upon Trent Opportunity Meeting, The Riverside Hotel, Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; email@example.com.
purpose built Conference and Seminar Centre, Dalton Piercy, Riverside Drive, Brandson, Burton-Upon-Trent,
HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly on A19, just north of
Wynyard Park turn-off. Open meeting, everyone welcome.
STAFFORDSHIRE, DE14 3EP 8pm-9.30pm, doors open
7pm. £3 per distributor, guests free. The Kleeneze business THE NETHERLANDS
8pm Start £2.50 per head. Guests free presented in a fun and informative presentation. Whilst 21 Feb (21/2,21/3,18/4,16/5,13/6/11/7,18/8,12/9,3/10,31/10,28/11,
Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Geldard and Cathy providing an easy and relaxed atmosphere. The ideal 19/12) Hotel van der Valk de Cantharel, Van Golsteinlaan 20,
Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564. ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix ITS combination for you to introduce your friends and family to 7339 GT APELDOORN. 1pm – 3pm. Email Rita Weyn
514235. Kleeneze. Hosts: David Anne Pemberton-Smith, contact Frank Kamsteeg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
11 Mar (8/4, 6/5, 3/6, 1/7, 29/7, 26/8, 23/9, 21/10, 18/11, 16/12), email@example.com, tel. 07739 041843.
Leeds Business Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in your
3 Mar (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity
Brighouse, Clifton Village, LEEDS, HD6 4HW. 7.30pm for
Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards, area? Let us know, at firstname.lastname@example.org and we
8pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Business dress will include them in our weekly meetings diary.
RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm start,
please. Contact Angel Hill on 07931283957 or Stuart Hill on DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY.
£2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton
and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727.
3 Mar (four weekly) Business Opportunity Meeting, Newton Regis
SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES Village Hall, Austrey Lane, Newton Regis, TAMWORTH, B79
16 Feb (third Monday of every month) South East Open Evening 0NL. Doors open 7pm for 8pm start (9.30pm finish). £3 per
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Issue 06 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 1 – COMBINED
100,000 And Above Brian Harwood 33,049.73 David Belcher 15,695.77 Karen Bradley Antonio Alonso 9,622.90
Nasko Ratchev Oksana Karachun 1,734,689.79 Alf Carol Bell 32,738.99 Rosie Ward Jack Kerbel 15,668.93 Nick Oakley 9,596.97
Bob Park Lynn Macdonald 1,732,866.28 Clare Martin Whitelock 32,407.36 Vivienne Richard Washington 15,606.39 Ian Anita Saville 9,550.22
Gavin Scott Bonnie Arapes 1,712,215.00 Ram Joginder Singh 31,845.65 Mira Herman Natalie Lofthouse 15,572.43 Michael Godwin 9,526.42
Gillian Nicholson 1,059,839.58 Derrick Maria Longwright 31,479.40 John Kath Clease 15,534.25 Ellen Sean Friedberg 9,518.56
John Audrey Gardiner 905,909.55 Peter Sheryl Dutton 31,306.11 Keith Veronica King 15,448.76 Lucinda Bennett Nigel Manning 9,502.60
Glyn Elizabeth Hobden 905,909.55 Rhian E Anthony Jones 31,297.24 Kodwo Anderson 15,448.76 Timothy Tina Pace 9,353.46
Bob Webb 896,436.25 Andrew Buxton Laura Kelly 31,182.64 Linda Graeme Kirkwood 15,364.90 Barry Nina Mitchell 9,351.54
Chris Wendy Mason-Paull 875,804.04 Lesley Burroughs 30,926.83 Richard Helen Peuleve 15,357.00 Michelle Stuart Milne 9,291.31
Allan Billie-Dee Moffat 774,454.91 Christopher Louise Brown 30,814.63 Linda Ian Stanley 15,136.93 Michael Amor-Wilkes 9,235.46
Freda Fenn Heather Summers 682,768.05 Conor Treanor Linda Jameson 30,493.86 Christopher Young Helena Edwards 15,104.45 Robert Webb Dawne Kovan 9,230.09
Margaret Moore Carren Arscott 675,321.85 Christopher Reay Lesley Coan 30,435.41 Gerry Melanephy Maureen Mcloughlin 15,086.43 Ian Agnieszka Clarke 9,217.21
Terry Carr 657,833.31 Sunil Popat 30,237.00 Christine Lappin Simon Place 15,083.01 Kelly Steve Elliott 9,192.13
Rob Forster Ray Aziz 657,729.88 Cheryl David Amison 30,237.00 Allan Ledwidge 15,017.91 Jeffrey Frances Topple 9,132.35
Muriel Tony Judson 640,659.03 Paul Tawn Clare Bason 30,199.99 David Elaine Luke 9,118.88
John Jeanette Hawkes 502,336.16 Alison Michael Ogden 29,994.79 10,000 And Above Tony Henshall Sarah Whittall 9,104.52
Peter Jackie White 477,177.18 Tracy David Sheehan 29,878.75 John Morgan Gilly McCrone 14,958.44 Christopher Conroy 9,089.40
Margaret Roy Japp 354,619.09 Eve Norman Branch 29,821.87 Barry Cecilia Bradbury 14,890.29 Lorraine Ian Balcombe 9,089.40
Sue Marshall Bob Dalton 322,654.75 Gary Cooper Jackie Norris 29,797.89 Rosemary Christopher Day 14,858.81 Tavis Taylor 9,085.31
John Steven Sharp 298,621.64 Stuart Gail Mckibbin 29,111.45 Brian Diane Holmwood 14,836.77 Steven Bond Susan Blunt 9,074.48
Stephen Bourne Anne Binks 295,696.17 Melanie Andrew Wilson 29,074.55 Stephen Joyce Milne 14,814.51 Paul Ruth Murray 9,057.31
Hazel John Noble Stephen 293,352.59 Robert Branch Marianna Grineva 29,071.61 Martyn Cunningham 14,724.49 Micky Maccormick 9,057.31
Mike Amanda Bibby 292,696.54 Graham Georgina Long 28,991.77 John Jenny Caton 14,539.72 Karen Lucas 9,037.95
Terence Jean Ash 248,896.23 Gill Tim Evans 28,866.29 Narendra Kashmir Kalon 14,318.65 Iain Jackie Swanston 8,986.70
Gary Esther Watson 247,143.62 Caroline Philip Thompson 28,737.32 Terry Jane Hodge 14,306.09 Claire Mcgregor Mac Mcgregor 8,935.31
Philip Jean Warrington 232,009.10 Tom Bernadette Hingley 28,694.76 Catherine Stephen Lord 14,126.55 Audrey Kane Richard Begley 8,882.74
Gordon Judy Seldon 182,618.40 Denise Stephen Neal 28,592.22 Andrew Cheryl Williams 14,042.32 Louise Puttick 8,866.41
Judy Jodrell 170,608.96 Roger Barbara Green 27,748.61 Darren Christina Simmons 13,876.32 Lyn Tony Davies 8,844.07
Mark Delfina Prosser 150,767.80 Stuart Robyn-Lee Heard 27,289.59 Karen Olivant Peter Flitton 13,844.81 Omran Zaman 8,819.19
Craig Magdalena White 149,729.44 Maria Monaghan Shane Treanor 27,274.60 Denys Laura Harris 13,701.28 Ivor Myra Collins 8,805.41
Michael Jean Day 145,834.20 Stephen Clark 27,199.88 David Judith Mccreath 13,613.89 Stephen Rebecca Gilbert 8,796.57
Claire Peter Rea 139,197.74 Keith Pauline Blythe 27,176.93 Bev Dave Townsend 13,538.46 Emma Chris Shafe 8,768.98
Michael John Susan Pirie 136,067.53 Michael Jennifer Allsop 27,066.80 Gary Iris Dixon 13,445.88 Mike Victoros 8,679.68
John Anne Donaldson 131,280.14 Harry Hancock 26,808.47 Suzanne Richard Woolven 13,356.61 Mary Peter Whinfrey 8,657.50
Robert Gibbons 130,885.68 Martin Gardner Allison Butterworth 26,263.34 Roger Simon Mantle 13,348.12 Alan Barbara Rea 8,647.11
John Sarah Mckie 129,480.49 Teresa Divers Bryony Hayward 25,801.21 Warren Pamela Sewell 13,181.52 Tony Wendy Vallerine 8,627.59
Derek Eileen Wagstaff 127,647.10 Raymond Barbara Mann 25,499.28 Clive Pamela Lennard 13,138.90 Jane Howard Philpott 8,623.94
David Anne Pemberton-Smith 125,397.04 Richard Houseago Vanadis Fox 25,487.65 Diane Geoff Owen 13,102.62 Declan Monica Manning 8,502.49
Trevor Mitchell 123,965.46 Keith Sandland 24,270.07 Arthur Susan Cuthbert 12,693.96 Margaret Michael Drayton 8,472.21
John Christine Prosser 123,553.07 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 24,138.70 Terry Drew 12,531.57 George Margaret Bratty 8,471.48
Melvyn Lucy Mortimer 120,051.73 Jean-Marc Bordeau Alexis Thorpe 24,138.70 Elaine Martin Spafford 12,396.22 Tracey Payne 8,463.59
Andy Stephenson Claire Branch 118,263.46 Neil Susan Maclean 24,138.70 David Potter 12,305.07 Ted Rose Farrar 8,456.37
Sylvia Jack Hood 111,010.95 Gordon Patrick Davidson 23,944.03 Susan Coleman Robert Holdford 12,287.51 Paul Smith Angela Solomon 8,448.13
Keith Vie Robertson 108,037.47 Harold Minnie Fulton 23,939.54 Andrew Medlam Michelle Womersley 12,183.49 Kate Lee 8,440.85
Anthony Greeves 106,185.07 Brian Mooney Sharon Treanor 23,850.74 Isobel James Orr 12,178.92 Rita Peter Noble 8,416.86
Carole Benny Morris 105,756.95 Seph O’Connell Sarah Watson 23,812.19 Philip Alison Wimbles 12,162.63 Michele Henry Moss 8,416.56
Victor Una Brown 103,913.27 Michael Sandra Laydon 23,531.28 Michael Julia Tolton 12,147.61 Sara Eyres Christopher Burras 8,401.21
Geoff Fiona Webb 103,434.65 Su Jas Bains 23,468.57 Shirley Gowland Josephine Davies 12,124.06 Tim Sandom 8,382.38
Tony Katharine Briffa 103,355.75 Debbie Trevor Collins 23,408.14 Dawn Bruce Marsden 12,116.89 Mark Law Diana Searle 8,375.38
Robert Mary Higgins 102,276.28 Carole Peter Bristow 23,358.84 Markus Klötzer Petra Romoser 11,903.92 Kevin Sands 8,373.61
Nicola Jerome Neville 23,358.84 Douglas Theresa Hack 11,894.34 William Agnes Burgess 8,365.26
Doug Sandra Roper 23,299.76 Gloria Clive Davies 11,862.00 Bernie Barbara Klinger 8,348.04
35,000 And Above Graham Catherine Hyde 23,274.99 Graham Jennifer Shaw 8,335.91
Martin Yvonne Boyce 99,936.83 Michael Prior 11,858.23
Debbie Gee 22,679.29 Louise Wellock Nathan Sylvester 11,843.97 Tom Kathryn Forbes 8,322.40
Andy Carolyn Cooper 94,778.11 Brian Manchester 22,654.59 Bena Mahesh Chauhan 8,319.81
Declan O’Neill 92,084.60 Roselyn Gavin Thomson 11,826.77
Caroline Simon Harvey 22,645.88 Carlo Cherry Hrynkiewicz 11,826.11 Ron Heidi Body 8,317.93
Justin Olivera Toner 92,010.12 John Webb Kathryn Price 22,605.59 Peter Cathy Legg 8,310.78
Malcolm Ashmore 90,904.11 Leslie Moira Harris 11,825.80
Steve Johnson Rosemary Rowntree 22,509.86 Angel Stuart Hill 11,825.80 Karen Steven Glew 8,309.33
Adele Jaime De Caso 90,904.11 Kenneth Rooney Karen Jordan 22,489.85 Frederick Karen Mason 8,304.99
Stephen Geldard Catherine Brookes 90,523.75 Bob Diane Goulding 11,582.38
Karim Juliet Karmali 22,338.38 Bernadette Murray 11,565.92 Patricia Fisher 8,275.30
Angela Norman Campbell 88,103.04 Colin Charlene Sadler 22,306.56 Alex Kathleen Langler 8,274.59
Julie Collier Peter Richards 87,700.76 Marie Jeremy Simmonds 11,544.73
Timothy Murphy 22,264.19 Donna Charles Warr 11,523.86 Jerome Hadley Marissa Gigg 8,254.44
Marcell Joanne Treanor 87,006.22 Alnashir Yasmin Ratanshi 22,109.55 Andrew Nicoll Danielle Young 8,212.26
Jill Corlett 80,470.05 Sarah Sancho 11,504.55
Amy Warrington 22,052.90 Maryan Don Nicolson 11,464.23 Craig Linda Lomas 8,209.15
John Jenny Holden 74,987.82 Eamonn Anne Roe 21,782.80 James Jane White 8,206.91
Raymond Miriam Turnbull 73,152.37 Phil Curtis 11,416.18
Gene De Donatis Janet Tynan 21,782.80 John Smith 11,377.88 Sharon Craig Davis 8,191.59
Gaynor Morgan 72,504.88 Laurence Rosemary Wiseman 21,356.28 Georgina Phil Gale 8,186.71
Dave Susie Horton 72,383.86 Marion Anthony Homer 11,359.66
Charlie Gillian Whitton 21,223.71 Steven Mee Jaqueline Mullings 11,318.77 James Dale Claire Daniels 8,167.30
Andrew Sue Boswell 71,429.11 John Sophia Clements 21,124.09 Sarah Trim 8,166.53
David Rosie Bibby 69,057.47 Coleen Stephen Batchelor 11,297.68
Nichola David Walmsley 21,102.58 Keith Glass Margaret Holvec 11,269.20 Jonathan Donno 8,142.90
Susan David Darton 68,041.90 Martina James Mcgrath 20,861.01 Kevin Rider 8,105.11
Mel Irene Wilson 67,508.02 Patricia Dennis Corser 11,117.64
Linda Tony Gower 20,405.73 Susan Richards Sarah Deakin 11,092.50 Gavin Trish Conway 8,102.15
Stanley Roy Stewart 63,208.77 Jack Kirby Chantelle Molloy 20,191.59 Katie Mark Johnson 8,048.20
Heather James O'neil 62,759.10 Jen Garry Luke 11,064.79
Toby Acton Donna Gold 20,176.81 Raymond Lorraine Satchell 10,992.26 Norman Joanne Grundy 8,011.45
Carol Simpson Douglas Clark 61,836.82 Heather Brown 20,070.64 Lesley Steven Tombs 7,999.92
Lauren Peter Jackson 61,626.11 Alana Hampshire Keith Banks 10,985.18
Pamela Jarvis 19,839.17 Joseph O’Donnell 10,970.19 Hugh Smith 7,997.99
Mike Dawn Gough 60,226.22 David Pope Stephanie Garrod 19,743.31 Jayne Gary Burcombe 7,977.95
Eamon Lynch Marie Ryan 59,764.65 Patrick Helen Loftus 10,896.94
John Karina Beesley 19,651.23 Colin Sarby Turnbull 10,857.02 Darryl Allen 7,955.60
Sue Claire Ferguson 59,064.93 Christopher Lynne Marshall 19,623.04 Sandra Brown 7,955.60
Rosina Frank Pocock 58,859.27 Michael Janet Wallace 10,833.44
Maria Lee Kowalkowski 19,554.44 Christine Con Browning 10,826.14 Fay Andrew Roe 7,902.98
John Wendy English 58,102.79 Paul Flintoft 19,419.96 Deborah Morgan 7,877.93
Alan Meldrum 57,726.24 Chaitali Ajit Nath 10,783.11
Cindy David Brown 19,188.72 Richard Tibbetts Suzanne Pilcher 10,696.93 Bob Rosemarie Hardy 7,859.04
Deborah Allan Dewar 57,456.19 Robert Wellock 19,188.72 Peter Caren Neesham 7,845.98
Ron Judy Speirs 56,719.11 Lesley Gordon Whittington 10,670.16
Robert Rosemary Annan 19,141.62 Amelia Hannah Mchard 10,501.98 Janet Andrew Mitchell 7,840.36
Sue Geoffrey Burras 56,003.73 Steven Harding Narissa Mather 18,925.36 Melissa Squires Ian Slade 7,825.40
Gill Donato Sepe 55,028.84 Lynda David Buchan 10,500.94
Steve Cathy Chambers 18,733.70 Laura Thorpe Les Ward 10,495.41 Peter Savidge 7,822.04
Caroline Harris Craig Cox 54,779.18 Angela James Macleod 18,587.94 Christopher Emmanuelle Elmer 7,810.81
Ramon Sylvia Laing 53,509.80 Stephen Elaine Blay 10,449.56
David Birtwistle Angela Tonkin 18,504.18 June David Love 10,430.93 Margaret Wright Jacqui Whittingham 7,791.48
Stephani Bill Neville 53,213.71 Steven Clements 18,453.54 John Anita Orr 7,771.59
Chris Julia Norton 50,192.29 Christine Ian Brennan 10,428.24
Abigail Colclough 18,436.50 Ian Carol Parker 10,364.81 Jennifer Amos Martin Smith 7,768.27
Andrew Carolyn Walkinshaw 46,761.93 Angela Stephen Burchell 18,338.21 Richard Greta Brownridge 7,764.72
James Curtis 46,709.04 Stuart Carol Butler 10,338.32
Richard Ranti Fallowfield 18,247.72 Christine Jim Foster 10,285.82 Jonathan Darton 7,757.75
Steve Debbie Roper 45,958.90 Gareth Gil Duffy 18,190.80 Antony Aileen Gunn 7,749.88
Craig Mary Hawkes 45,598.06 Anita Morris 10,266.90
Keith Teresa Faulkner 17,997.75 Kevin Howe Leah Harper 10,221.47 David Lynn Bole 7,732.97
Glenn Caroline Royston 44,984.26 Alexandra Tuesley 17,784.56 Dinah Henson Karl Morgan 7,727.87
Andrew Ann Meldrum 44,967.84 Ann Robert Campbell 10,131.00
John Janice Halsall 17,783.98 Jillian Peter Griffiths 10,129.03 Susan Tony Cater 7,726.01
Karen Neil Young 44,253.94 Norah Bohan 17,683.30 Henry Diana Crosby 7,725.20
Helen Brooks 43,838.85 Ron Sue Keeler 10,120.77
John Gilham Wendy Nimmo 17,474.82 Martin Bell Caroline Roberts 10,116.20 John Mary Marsh 7,713.14
Julie Anthony Cornick 42,864.83 Brian Gay Redstone 17,388.95 Rhys Susan Williams 7,703.18
Lindsay Gonsalves Danny Young 42,298.66 Seamus Clare Houghton 10,053.14
William Sharon Stevenson 17,271.59 Wendy Fielding 10,007.40 Karen Lewis 7,698.52
Steven Curtis Sarah Kellow 41,564.29 Ann John Coe 17,204.44 Susan Craig Hickson 7,671.36
Jane John Dunkerley 41,471.33 Bill Caddy 17,157.97 Diana Schuch 7,667.25
Carol Bruce Manktelow 41,200.33 Keith Patricia Phillips 17,090.21 7,500 And Above Robert Young Clare Mears 7,666.82
Peter Myrna Wellock 40,556.94 Elizabeth Pope Jason Hardy 17,050.62 Andrew Platten Tracie Lowndes 9,992.44 Ben Warrington 7,631.80
Michelle Kennedy 39,061.42 Ivan Darch 16,914.73 Kira Mckibbin Andrew Thomas 9,932.02 Ian Deborah Wightmore 7,629.45
Nuala Ronan Mcdonald 37,776.50 Robert Jennifer Clifton 16,849.80 Barbara Margaret Webb 9,929.75 Philip Palmer 7,628.17
Helen Paul Allgood 37,756.39 Andrew Ridley 16,846.89 Jim Vicky Smith 9,929.15 Jeanette Roy Bonella 7,615.68
David Samantha Branch 37,539.13 Tsahai Jake Ellington 16,599.29 Kenny Liggett 9,872.11 Julie Andrew Hambleton 7,582.94
Belinda Clarke 37,489.64 Alison Kevin Thomas 16,337.25 Claire Mires 9,857.78 Simon Luckett Cristina Simoes 7,582.36
Gabrielle Paul Broadstock 37,477.35 Andrew Vicky De Caso 16,294.25 Paul Bray 9,792.58 Sylvia Mckay William Snoddy 7,570.05
Stephen Smith Dennis Chamberlain 37,195.33 Richard Judy Taylor 16,249.77 David Deborah Lord 9,786.12 Gerard Coste 7,567.99
Stephen Debra Nell 36,905.50 David Byatt Janet Smith 16,212.66 Helen Andrew Walsh 9,781.36 Gail Darren Drew 7,560.65
Barbara Ann Alan John Peachey 36,321.69 Gerwyn Duggan 16,066.89 Tim Freda Drinkwater 9,772.50 Julie Cotton Neil Tomkinson 7,556.79
Chantele Barry Travis 35,239.21 Robert Gould 16,066.89 Robert Pauline Cook 9,734.18 Margaret Ian Foster 7,555.96
Helen Lambert Richard Woods 35,223.39 Gareth Jeanette Jones 16,047.41 Julian Ashton Linda Black 9,734.18 Scott Wolstenholme Helen Maher 7,531.58
Mark James 16,025.15 Geoff Taylor Alison Moore 9,733.82 Linda David Leadbetter 7,531.58
15,000 And Above Trish Lee Fisher 15,997.24 Shirley Pere John Barnes 9,720.28 Ian Lorraine Barnfield 7,511.79
Jay Singh 34,560.12 Amanda Andrew Holland 15,981.47 Mark Sarah Wildman 9,672.61
Sharon Andrew Bird 33,985.60 Elizabeth George Kerr 15,966.28 Paul John Meikle 9,645.98
Richard Clare Chantler 33,209.32 Kerry Paul Stonall 15,889.50 David Jenny Gerry 9,625.64
Jon Turner 9,625.64
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 06 13.02.09
RECESSIONS? SNOW STORMS?
NOTHING’S GOING TO STOP US!
Life seemed to grind to a halt this month as snow, ice and general “Here I am with my son, William, on my first
sub-zero temperatures led to chaos throughout the country. Schools customer base drop of our village in
closed, flights were cancelled and British economy reportedly suffered Needingworth. It was great fun! Loads of
£3billion in lost productivity. people were sent home from work today, so
However, as the country battled on with the worst snowstorms for 18 with nothing to do except day time telly, I
years, there was snow way Distributors were giving up! think this is prime time to look at our
catalogues! I’m taking orders on the sledge!”
“Here we are delivering catalogues around our Helena Laborne, Silver Distributor
home village of Cogenhoe in Northampton.
We've just had our best period so far reaching “The schools might close, the buses might stay
18% for the first time since joining at the end of in their depots but the Kleeneze Distributor
July 2008, thanks to our growing team.” doesn’t let a little blizzard get in the way of
Sue and Tony Mincher, Silver Distributors collecting his catalogues.
“We had a lot of fun in the snow and our
“We thought you might like to see a picture of our newest distributor!
customers were very surprised to see us
We woke up to more snow than I’ve seen for many years and the local
considering the weather was so bad. It took us
roads hadn’t been gritted so going out early to collect our catalogues
a bit longer to get the catalogues in because they had very kindly kept
was out of the question. We couldn’t even get out of our drive! Our
them in their homes so we had to knock for them. BONUS! Dry
daughter’s school was closed so we decided to have a fun morning
catalogues. AND a good pick up! We love this business.”
Bryan and Katie Allnutt, Silver Distributors
The normal business world just doesn’t give
you that kind of flexibility. When I was in a “With the weather being what it
normal job I would have had to struggle in was, it took us twice as long as
to work no matter what. Kleeneze gives me normal to do our catalogue rounds,
the luxury of deciding when I do my work. but up in the north of Scotland, we
We still got our books in and hit our bonus just take our time and plough on!
target because of it. We just waited until However, the views were really
the afternoon when the roads had improved a bit. Just one more stunning, and nothing will stop us
reason why Kleeneze is the best business to be in.” bringing service to our customers!”
Colin and Sarah Ashdown, Silver Distributors Karen and Trevor Cook,
“I have to say this is probably the most snow I have ever seen in this
country in my life. It’s exceptional – truly a winter wonderland. So
“Here we are delivering our catalogues
many people were out playing, taking advantage of the snow and the
in a very snowy Portslade in Brighton. It
fun to be had. Why is it, though, that so many cannot go to work and
was freezing, but we know we have to
yet get to the park to play?!
work the system and get out there if
I know the answer – passion. I have to compliment you for having we want to achieve our goals. We
passion about your business, passion about your income, passion deliver 300 catalogues a day – come
about your future and passion to achieve what you need financially rain, shine – or snow!”
from your Kleeneze business. Evidently, not even a mass of snow will Len and Fiona Gamblin,
stop you from achieving your goals.” Silver Distributors
Craig White, Premier Executive Distributor
“While the snow came down in Bristol, I thought
it would be a great opportunity to use the
‘captive audience’ it has created! My customers
couldn’t have had much to do at home, as most
of them were snowed in, so I got my warm gear
on, and walked around with my catalogues. I’m
expecting a bigger order when I go to pick them Bronze Executive Distributors,
up, that’s if I can find them!” Sheryl and Peter Dutton’s
Andrew Ridley, Bronze Executive Distributor
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