1. BULLETIN 25.09.09 Issue 36
A MONSTROUS MONTH
13 WEEKS UNT
We believe that such an fantastic offer to get some winter sun courtesy of Doorstep
amazing month deserves a Destinations and two Mini Cooper winners were announced.
headline with a flourish
However, September wasn’t just about success. It was also about
and, although we can’t say ‘monstrous month
learning. James O’Neil learnt how to apply eye-shadow effectively,
of momentousness’ three times fast, September was indeed just that –
Marcell Treanor learnt never to take to the NIA stage without
and there are still five days to go!
memorising all the prices of all the products in the Kleeneze Catalogue
From the very first weekend with the explosive Xmas Showcase up and Michael Khatkar learnt never to say the phrase, “a lovely boiled
until this last week and the launch of the TV campaign, there’s been egg” in front of a chef with a pair of scissors.
plenty to get excited about.
So into October we go – a lot wiser, many Distributors destined to be
Products from the Christmas Catalogue have been flying out the a lot browner and all of us more convinced than ever that this is going
warehouse, loads of our Distributors are packing their sun-screen in to be the best Christmas Kleeneze has ever seen!
readiness for the Autumn Destination 2009, others snapped up the
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The race to Table 90 shots of Ouzo please What a week! Advertising leads come Sales soar – but have you Learn to earn near you Why getting together can
Mountain begins pouring in made the list? boost your business
2. THE SECOND RACE TO TABLE
The first part of the qualification criteria for the Spring Destination 2010 has come to an end! The competition has begun for a place on one of
the most dramatic and inspiring destinations in Kleeneze history!
You could be lapping up the sun on the Great Kleeneze Adventure in 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.
Congratulations to our latest qualifiers for this dream incentive:
Kerry and Paul Stonall Jack Kirby
Trish and Lee Fisher Peter and Jackie White
Denise and Stephen Neal Craig and Magdalena White
PART TWO: To be considered any qualifying Distributorship must also:
THE COMPETITION Sponsor and activate at least ONE person FRONTLINE, during three out
LEAGUE TABLE QUALIFICATION - BASED ON PERCENTAGE of five periods (Period 10 to Period 1, 2010)
GROWTH AT GOLD LEVEL AND ABOVE And hit respective levels as follows:
Period 10 to Period 1, 2010, inclusive GOLD hit a minimum of 24% at least three times during the
The following Cape Town places are now available! qualifying period
8 x Gold SENIOR hit a minimum of SENIOR at least twice during the
8 x Senior qualifying period
22 x Executive (Bronze, Silver and Gold) EXECUTIVE (Bronze, Silver & Gold) – hit a minimum of BRONZE at
10 x SED least twice during the qualifying period
2 x Premier SED/Premier criteria will be issued separately.
League Table results will be issued from the end of Period 10 (Red
Your BASE FIGURE is your AVERAGE BULK SALES figure over Periods 4
Group). Qualification will be subject to the usual company
to 8, 2009 inclusive, or a MINIMUM SET base level, whichever is the
greatest. Please go to the Cape Town page on the DSA to find out
your base figure. Find out more at www.cape-town2010.co.uk.
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3. SUCCESS LEADS TO CYPRUS!
They made their plans, set their goals, took massive action and now they’re off to Cyprus! Yes, the qualification period for the
Autumn Destination 2009 has ended with a rush of qualifiers all set to bathe in Cypriot sunshine on a luxury five-star trip.
Our qualifiers will be jetting off to Southern Cyprus to spend their days in the seaside town of Limassol. They’ll be staying at
Le Meridien Spa & Resort, the island’s only five-star international chain hotel situated right on the beach!
Congratulations to all our Cyprus Qualifiers!
Helen and Paul Allgood Archie Curtis and Faye Wareham Dave and Suzie Horton Dean Worrall
Sharon and David Allsop Ivan Darch Graham and Christine James Marie and Jeremy Simmonds
Peter and Angela Bach Sarah Darch Varghese and Leeba Koshy Jane Spencer-Cook
Alf and Carol Bell Mike and Jean Day Alan and Rebekah Larner Carole and James Sunter
Lucinda Bennett and Gail and Darren Drew Allan and Maxine Lawford Christine Sykes and Aidan Fisher
Nigel Manning Helen and Simon Fogwill Philip Lowe & Helen Kolbusz Gethin and Lynwen Thomas
Mike and Amanda Bibby Seamus Gallagher Sue and Tony Mincher Barbara Tibbs
David Birtwistle and Sylvia and Gary Green Timothy and Tina Pace Hannah Twigg and Simon
Angela Tonkin John Greenwood Christine and Michael Paxton Richards
Andrew Buxton and Laura Kelly Anne and Michael Grieve Rosina and Frank Pocock Kathleen Watson
Susan Coleman and Jillian and Peter Griffiths Debra and Oliver Pusey Bob Webb
Robert Holdford Clare Haines Claire and Peter Rea Geoff and Fiona Webb
Ian and Cheryl Cooke Stephen and Dorothy Hanlon Martyn Regan and Verity Antcliff Craig and Magdalena White
Joe Croll Lee and Fiona Henshaw Samantha Rushton and Peter and Jackie White
“We would like to tell you about a special couple in our team who the necessary work outside of their jobs to achieve their goals. Failure
have qualified for Cyprus. Next month, in the space of one week, they was never an option. By helping their team to achieve their goals they
will go to Cyprus, get married and go on honeymoon - all paid for by have reached theirs. They have helped Archie’s Mum and Dad (Lou
being part of Kleeneze! and Tim Curtis) build a 15% business and his brother and sister-in-law
Archie Curtis and Faye Wareham (Jo and Matt Curtis) a 13% business. Next year we hope to have the
joined in August 2008 with a desire to whole family qualifying!
earn some extra for their wedding. I do not think you could find a more suitable and apt couple who
Having been plugged into the system typify the ethos and spirit of Kleeneze. Having joined the business and
they quickly realised the power of the seen the opportunity they set about self educating themselves to
Kleeneze Opportunity. Over Christmas improve their skills. They then used these skills to share with and help
2008 and the New Year they contacted others to achieve their goals, working with those that wanted to
all their warm market in the UK and New progress and supporting those who were happy to retail.
Zealand and started to build a team. Out of a team of 11, six are As a result of all their and their team’s hard work they will be going to
warm market. Cyprus on 18 October, married on the 24 October and honeymoon on
This couple both work full time yet made a decision to change their the 25 October!”
lives. Their reason why was so big that they have consistently put in Jeremy and Marie Simmonds
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4. And all this all BEFORE our
advertising campaign kicks off!
Have you already seen benefits of our TV campaign? Let us By Monday we got the text: ‘picked up 16 customer books over £250
know at EWB (firstname.lastname@example.org). These are just some of orders, so far mostly xmas!’
the stories that we received even before the advert launched! By that night we received the call - they had dropped books to 204
Silver Distributors, Robert and Sarah Newbery from the Fast Track customers before the Showcase and by Monday night had £830 in
Group received a letter from Kleeneze asking them to contact a orders. Several people asked to keep the books longer as they want
potential new customer last week. They could not believe their eyes to place orders! They’ve already hit over 10% by the fifth day of
when they picked up an order for £402! They can’t wait to receive a period 10.
few more leads like this one! Make sure you are retailing every week to Since then they have placed Christmas books in their old schools and
ensure you don’t miss out on an order of £400+! colleges and provisionally booked their first Kleeneze home party.
Dennis and Bev are on a mission. They took on board what was said
Here are some of the results Gold Distributors, Mike and Ann at the Showcase. They are brilliant people and they are doing massive -
Jones emailed in: what about you?
Last week: We hope this inspires you to take the steps to the best Kleeneze
“Had quite a Christmas ever!”
Dropped 442 If you want to tap into the motivation
catalogues to a of the Xmas Showcase, relive the day
customer base. with the EzeReach CD. Containing all
Total sales were the highlights from the day, the CD is
£1954.25 with now available to order on code: 07323
140 of our Relive the high
lights from the
se 2009 for only £1.25/€1.85. All EzeReach
customers placing subscribers will receive one FREE copy
CD issue 2
an order. Largest , September 2009
of the CD with their next order.
order was for £166 and all of this was from the Christmas catalogue.”
This week: “Even better this week! Dropped 507 catalogues. 130 Also this week, Silver
customers ordered – total sales of £2,222.25. Used ‘Your Christmas Executive Distributors
Ordering Service’ and had pre-order sales of £300! David Birtwistle and
That is a total of £4176.50 on 949 catalogues over 2 weeks, with 270 Angela Tonkin snapped
customers ordering on average £15.46 and an order received every 3.5 up the third quarter Mini
catalogues picked up! What a fabulous set of catalogues the company Cooper! The couple have
have produced for us to work with.” demonstrated massive
Sales Plan success,
Gold Distributors, Julie Cotton and Neil Tomkinson emailed moving up to Silver
EWB this success story in: Executive with 28.95%
year on year growth.
“Dennis Puckering joined the Pegasus group
Oh and they’ve also
just over a year ago. He was working a very
full-time job in a warehouse (65 hours plus
per week) plus supporting Bev and his son,
James. On top of this Bev has arthritis and
Town. Not a
various health issues and Dennis is dyslexic.
But as we all know, Kleeneze is a business for
those who do not let obstacles stand in their
way. Dennis has followed the system,
attending all meetings and built up a EWB loves to hear your stories, but they could make for a great media
customer base. He hit 10% and then 13%. This month he sacked his story too! Don’t forget, if you want to take part in our future Kleeneze
boss giving him more time to help Bev and build his business. PR campaigns, register for your chance to star as a case study in the
media at www.citypress.co.uk/kleeneze and join the hundreds who
He now has a team member, Cheryl Southern and just before the
have already registered.
Xmas Showcase hit 15%. Dennis and Bev were both buzzing after the
Showcase. Dennis had decided he was on a mission that day and Congratulations to Silver Distributor, Katie Allnutt, who won
ordered more catalogues during the show. The next day we got a text The Weakest Link earlier this month!
they’d dropped 400 recruitment leaflets and put an order in for more.
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5. We’ve ad hundreds of requests
from our new campaign!
Our new advertising campaign certainly hit the ground running this If all these are in place and a lead comes through from your area, you
week, as hundreds of leads came pouring in. The first showing was on will be immediately contacted with the customer’s details and asked if
ITV1 at 10.10am on Monday morning and just seconds later, the you can deliver here. Simply click on the acknowledgement within 48
catalogue requests came pouring in. hours to let us know if you can. Then you can go and greet your new
customer! If an acknowledgement is not received within that 48-hour
The ad will continue to run over the next three weeks, but in order for
time-frame, we will have to pass the request along, so make sure you
it to have the biggest impact possible, you need to get behind it.
click ‘yes’ as soon as you can.
Now is the time to talk about Kleeneze - more than you’ve ever done
If you’re not Internet registered, you cannot receive leads! It’s not just
before. We’ve put both the text and non-text version of the advert up
through the duration of the TV campaign that it’s important to be
on the DSA, so you can download it and send it out. Your family,
registered either – here are some of the everyday benefits:
friends, colleagues, neighbours all need to know we’re on TV!
• You can place your orders online saving you time and money
filling forms out and sending them through the slow postal service
(especially given looming postal strikes) or via fax
• Save £10 delivery charge for every order over £150
• You will receive catalogue request leads for customers in your area
• You can access your account details online
• You can analyse your GSA which shows what your team
has sold individually
Make sure you’re part of it!
Last week, we announced how you were going
to receive leads from the campaign. Please make
sure you are checking your emails daily,
including any emails that may have been filtered
into your junk mail, because we have received
hundreds of leads this week that are not being
accepted by Distributors and therefore passed
on to the nearest Distributor in their area. Don’t
let free customers disappear!
The next few weeks and beyond are all about
maximising the potential of our TV ad campaign,
so to ensure you receive the leads, you need to:
• Ensure you are Internet registered and your
email address is up-to-date.
• Next, you need to have an active account with
a product order placed within the last two
• And finally, your account needs to be up-to-
date and not in arrears
IN A FEW WEEKS TIME WE WILL BE RUNNING A COMPETITION FOR INTERNET REGISTERED AND EMAIL ADDRESS ACCOUNTS ONLY
AND THE TOP PRIZE WILL BE £1,000, SO UPGRADE YOUR ACCOUNT NOW AND DON’T MISS OUT!
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6. BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 9 – COMBINED
100,000 And Above Gill & Donato Sepe 34,064.82 Neil & Susan Maclean 15,107.03 Terry & Mabel Mallard 9,485.54
Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,178,466.74 Sharon & Andrew Bird 33,917.77 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 15,085.15 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 9,468.17
Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,175,786.72 John & Karina Beesley 33,681.39 Linda Wood 9,421.20
Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,133,579.46 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 32,896.91 10,000 And Above Lesley & Gordon Whittington 9,366.99
Bob Webb 1,110,519.04 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 32,863.00 Pamela Jarvis 14,939.49 Linda Charles 9,331.04
Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 960,428.41 John & Sophia Clements 32,633.68 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 14,821.31 John & Lesley Mcnally 9,331.04
Gillian Nicholson 886,166.79 Tom & Bernadette Hingley 32,521.89 Colin & Charlene Sadler 14,804.48 Laura Thorpe & Les Ward 9,329.93
Terry Carr 805,951.31 John Webb & Kathryn Price 32,273.27 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 14,523.92 Richard & Greta Brownridge 9,318.05
Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 805,744.47 Christopher & Louise Brown 31,809.85 Tavis Taylor 14,450.03 Declan & Monica Manning 9,302.15
Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 756,726.31 Graham & Georgina Long 31,416.67 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 14,384.87 John Greenwood 9,289.24
Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 738,664.53 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 31,271.00 Timothy Murphy 14,318.73 Anthony & Leslie Carrick 9,258.02
Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 734,236.13 Keith Blythe 30,745.19 Alison & Kevin Thomas 14,098.10 Karen & Steven Glew 9,240.70
Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 733,266.72 Conor Treanor & Linda Jameson 30,438.59 Helen & Andrew Walsh 14,088.70 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 9,234.18
Muriel & Tony Judson 703,433.04 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 30,192.95 Martyn Cunningham 14,083.22 Michael Godwin 9,224.44
John & Jeanette Hawkes 559,560.85 Tracy & David Sheehan 29,929.65 Stephen & Joyce Milne 14,074.91 Dean Rothwell & Rachel Launchbury 9,222.99
Peter & Jackie White 543,045.05 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 29,773.18 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 14,042.41 David Potter 9,219.81
Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 370,113.06 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 29,561.49 Fay & Andrew Roe 13,941.10 Stephen & Dorothy Hanlon 9,201.54
Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 342,811.90 Steven & Sarah Curtis 29,504.46 Jim & Marian Lombard 13,838.05 Julian & Karen Pike 9,166.31
Margaret & Roy Japp 327,773.39 Clare & Martin Whitelock 29,249.25 Donna & Charles Warr 13,673.83 Susan Hook 9,156.94
Mike & Amanda Bibby 324,269.55 Lesley Burroughs 29,112.98 Warren & Pamela Sewell 13,530.64 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 9,139.12
Terence & Jean Ash 283,826.36 Michael & Sandra Laydon 28,952.42 Bill Caddy 13,443.63 Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 9,138.79
Gary & Esther Watson 281,729.40 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 28,847.75 Peter & Jean Monroe 13,424.73 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 9,088.62
John & Steven Sharp 274,086.43 John & Janice Halsall 28,727.43 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 13,415.31 Andrew Nicoll & Danielle Young 9,069.46
Hazel & John Stephen 266,339.21 Trish & Lee Fisher 28,641.22 Ian & Anita Saville 13,402.86 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 9,069.12
Gordon & Judy Seldon 206,180.81 Alexandra Tuesley 28,348.96 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 13,117.56 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall 9,066.09
Robert Gibbons 183,619.24 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 28,267.20 Varghese & Leeba Koshy 13,057.23 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 9,056.47
Phil & Jean Warrington 171,784.66 Steven Clements 28,016.95 Denys & Laura Harris 13,010.01 Angela Wallace 8,998.42
Claire & Peter Rea 170,769.56 Angela & Stephen Burchell 28,016.95 Carole & James Sunter 12,971.98 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 8,972.87
Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 162,777.85 Caroline & Philip Thompson 27,970.88 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 12,935.07 Michael & Lianne Rust 8,963.05
Craig & Magdalena White 162,475.74 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 27,726.22 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 12,901.62 Janet & Terry Mulley 8,963.05
David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 154,612.16 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 26,798.45 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 12,888.65 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 8,950.32
Michael & Jean Day 149,911.48 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 26,667.65 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 12,829.44 Craig & Linda Lomas 8,937.44
Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 149,289.83 Brian Manchester 25,567.23 Terry Drew 12,815.12 Susan & Tony Cater 8,935.89
John & Sarah Mckie 145,377.76 David Pope 25,537.79 Mark Law & Diana Searle 12,756.46 Ann Tawn 8,903.38
Vie & Keith Robertson 131,907.73 Stephen Clark 25,500.52 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 12,747.33 Lynda & David Buchan 8,884.18
Judy Jodrell 131,056.29 Doug & Sandra Roper 25,415.61 Elizabeth & George Kerr 12,727.78 Hanna & Greg Newson 8,856.19
Tony & Katharine Briffa 122,879.85 Karim & Juliet Karmali 25,078.22 Roger & Simon Mantle 12,677.23 Michael Prior 8,837.19
Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes 118,393.26 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 24,935.55 Vivienne & Richard Washington 12,654.59 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 8,821.49
Mark & Delfina Prosser 118,344.15 Sunil Popat 24,453.03 June & David Love 12,649.84 Robert Young & Clare Mears 8,787.48
Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 117,046.59 Cheryl & David Amison 24,453.03 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 12,637.57 David & Heather Herring 8,772.17
Michael & Susan Pirie 116,233.07 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 24,407.29 James & Jane White 12,604.60 Ron & Heidi Body 8,771.47
Sylvia & Jack Hood 115,175.38 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 24,284.35 John & Kath Clease 12,526.50 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 8,764.20
Victor & Una Brown 113,280.91 Gill & Tim Evans 23,881.73 William & Sharon Stevenson 12,487.39 Frederick & Karen Mason 8,761.95
Geoff & Fiona Webb 111,040.34 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 23,505.63 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 12,421.05 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 8,746.97
Trevor Mitchell 108,198.97 Amanda & Andrew Holland 23,484.61 Susan Walton 12,398.65 Barbara Margaret Webb 8,722.54
Robert & Mary Higgins 103,528.07 Graham & Catherine Hyde 23,433.47 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 12,338.92 Joe Croll 8,710.38
John & Anne Donaldson 102,257.85 Jen & Garry Luke 23,249.27 Gail & Darren Drew 12,220.87 Cliff & Linda Parker 8,707.73
Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 23,163.45 John & Mary Marsh 12,194.25 Ian & Carol Parker 8,684.77
Debbie Gee 22,874.06 Margaret & Michael Drayton 8,676.24
35,000 And Above Terry & Jane Hodge 22,570.24
Gavin Thomson 12,117.48
Paul Tonkin 8,643.10
Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 99,293.43 David & Jenny Gerry 12,087.81
Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 22,461.21 Stuart & Maureen Orr 12,076.50 Bill & Joyce Rowe 8,553.98
Jill Corlett 95,155.83 Keith Sandland 22,338.27 Sarah Jenkins 8,553.98
John & Christine Prosser 94,918.09 Christopher Conroy 12,074.04
Harry Hancock 22,316.97 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 12,074.04 Louise Puttick 8,491.78
Anthony Greeves 94,768.57 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 22,196.03 Steve Richardson & Ann-Marie Burras 8,478.17
Carole & Benny Morris 93,604.04 David Byatt & Janet Smith 12,051.89
Allan Ledwidge 22,128.69 Darren & Christina Simmons 11,910.12 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 8,471.53
Martin & Yvonne Boyce 92,772.73 Joseph O’Donnell 21,755.28 Veronica Nixon 8,459.35
Sue & Geoffrey Burras 89,638.35 Claire Mires 11,769.46
Ann & John Coe 21,692.33 Lyn & Tony Davies 11,753.55 Iain & Jackie Swanston 8,448.48
Andy & Carolyn Cooper 87,015.28 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 21,667.16 Michael & Anne Barnaville 8,412.86
Declan O’Neill 85,010.02 James Dale & Claire Daniels 11,718.85
Ivan Darch 21,606.51 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 11,701.84 Gabrielle & Christopher Brace 8,395.93
Justin & Olivera Toner 82,931.82 Linda & Tony Gower 21,551.16 Jackie & Stuart Bower 8,391.69
Heather & James O’Neil 81,787.84 Rhys & Susan Williams 11,672.98
Angela & James Macleod 21,458.55 Bob & Diane Goulding 11,609.46 Roger & Gillian Coupe 8,391.26
Dave & Susie Horton 81,259.09 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 21,216.51 David & Lynn Bole 8,379.44
Mel & Irene Wilson 79,548.66 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 11,583.59
Karen Olivant & Peter Flitton 20,780.19 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 11,582.92 Mervyn Baxter 8,371.82
Angela & Norman Campbell 79,222.37 Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee 20,730.08 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 8,334.48
Marcell & Joanne Treanor 79,030.74 Jane Spencer-Cook 11,532.56
Nicola & Jerome Neville 20,717.95 Elaine & Martin Spafford 11,512.51 Douglas & Theresa Hack 8,315.85
Sue & Steve Ferguson 78,785.30 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 20,645.97 Joanne & Tim Powell 8,294.24
Nuala & Ronan Mcdonald 75,672.44 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 11,511.18
Martina & James Mcgrath 20,574.33 Pierce & Janet Hartley 11,494.75 Peter Gallant & Claire Mckay 8,288.32
Lauren & Peter Jackson 71,678.93 Keith & Patricia Phillips 20,535.67 Philip & Alison Wimbles 8,235.84
Rosina & Frank Pocock 69,957.34 Barry & Nina Mitchell 11,468.75
Paul Flintoft 20,470.76 David & Elaine Luke 11,453.63 Stewart Lonsdale 8,229.43
Malcolm Ashmore 69,491.27 John Smith 20,448.00 Petrova Fairhurst 8,225.32
Adele & Jaime De Caso 69,491.27 Ian & Cheryl Cooke 11,249.60
Phil Curtis 20,447.15 Darryl Allen 11,229.79 Deborah Morgan 8,206.38
John & Jenny Holden 68,650.50 Steve & Cathy Chambers 20,233.43 Marsha Barras 8,194.51
Andrew & Sue Boswell 64,688.02 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 11,215.32
Alison & Michael Ogden 20,155.81 Sandra Brown 11,213.43 Sue & Tony Mincher 8,148.74
Julie Collier & Peter Richards 63,590.31 Paul & John Meikle 20,062.48 Emma & Chris Shafe 8,120.83
Steve & Debbie Roper 62,602.78 Markus Klötzer & Petra Romoser 11,199.07
Seph O’Connell & Sarah Watson 19,992.85 Michael & Mercy Radbourne 11,117.38 Neil Jeffery & Caroline Jeffrey 8,101.06
David & Rosie Bibby 60,024.47 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 19,800.03 Andy & Linda Goddard 8,080.25
Susan & David Darton 59,803.76 Patricia & Dennis Corser 11,081.30
Robert Wellock 19,657.90 Jim & Vicky Smith 11,035.64 Patricia Harrison & Paul Spencer 8,074.64
Stephani & Bill Neville 59,800.12 Cindy & David Brown 19,657.90 William & Agnes Burgess 8,055.37
Gaynor Morgan 57,526.19 Pete Gill & Amy Kisnorbo 11,016.55
Harold & Minnie Fulton 19,491.31 Martyn Regan & Verity Antcliff 10,965.05 Kate Lee 8,055.14
John & Wendy English 56,937.58 Abigail Colclough 19,351.49 William & Jane Warrington 8,053.58
Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 55,688.08 Alan & Barbara Rea 10,955.75
Kerry & Paul Stonall 19,176.58 Bev & Dave Townsend 10,933.29 Scott & Gwen Thomson 8,043.16
David & Samantha Branch 55,389.09 Jack Kirby 19,112.09 Lee & Fiona Henshaw 8,026.70
Chris & Julia Norton 54,244.05 Christine & Ian Brennan 10,894.20
Amy Warrington 19,023.00 Catherine & Stephen Lord 10,837.24 Mary Hession & Geraldine Twamley 8,021.36
Stanley & Roy Stewart 54,178.28 David Belcher 18,970.46 Marion & Anthony Homer 8,014.78
Alan Meldrum 53,481.89 Michael & Julia Tolton 10,695.48
Colin & Sarby Turnbull 18,914.32 Kevin Sands 10,683.78 Paul Melville 7,996.67
Deborah & Allan Dewar 53,397.60 Richard & Helen Peuleve 18,744.89 Maryan & Don Nicolson 7,954.77
Ramon & Sylvia Laing 52,967.07 Sharon & Craig Davis 10,633.12
Gareth & Gil Duffy 18,594.60 Kevin Rider 10,623.22 Stephen & Barbara Courtney 7,896.69
Peter & Myrna Wellock 52,954.50 Linda & Ian Stanley 18,524.83 Peter & Angela Bach 7,896.69
Stephen & Debra Nell 52,235.97 Omran Zaman 10,613.55
Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 18,467.58 Elaine Hilder 10,524.31 Negin & Michael Backhouse 7,877.38
Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 52,020.26 Bernadette Murray 18,345.59 Mike Victoros 7,872.21
Richard & Clare Chantler 51,226.41 Clare Haines 10,516.65
Kodwo Anderson 18,276.70 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 10,477.73 Paul & Avril Coleman 7,868.26
Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 50,631.37 Keith & Veronica King 18,276.70 Georgina Marshall & Will Goodger 7,858.96
Eve & Norman Branch 50,631.37 Graham & Christine James 10,372.05
Gareth & Jeanette Jones 17,933.84 Georgina & Phil Gale 10,354.23 David Bond 7,839.50
Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 49,394.85 Brian & Gay Redstone 17,882.01 Kelly & Steve Elliott 7,830.48
Glenn & Caroline Royston 47,936.70 Isobel & James Orr 10,301.17
Robert Gould 17,789.11 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 10,241.57 Edward & Benedetta Graham 7,815.60
Ron & Judy Speirs 47,229.16 Gerwyn Duggan 17,789.11 Sara & Steven Smith 7,809.48
Karen & Neil Young 46,590.49 Norah Bohan 10,238.73
Brian & Diane Holmwood 17,645.71 Sadie O’Boyle 10,209.01 Richard Tibbetts & Suzanne Pilcher 7,808.53
Helen Brooks 45,990.67 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 17,535.58 John & Monica Beardmore 7,806.44
Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 45,950.71 Leslie & Moira Harris 10,168.07
Rosemary & Christopher Day 17,371.32 Angel & Stuart Hill 10,168.07 Christine & Con Browning 7,801.99
Mike & Dawn Gough 45,788.43 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 17,226.86 David & Heather Flannagan 7,796.57
Craig & Mary Hawkes 45,548.48 Sarah Darch 10,111.36
Tom & Kathryn Forbes 17,186.73 Sarah Trim 10,090.35 Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Lawlor 7,791.92
Brian Harwood 45,320.10 Trevor & Janet Rawding 17,123.13 Kathleen Watson 7,756.09
Andrew & Ann Meldrum 45,208.00 Henry & Diana Crosby 10,056.93
Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 17,008.61 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 10,052.89 Jasbir Kaur 7,755.28
Julie & Anthony Cornick 43,803.98 Caroline & Simon Harvey 16,826.98 Audrey Kane & Richard Begley 7,751.08
Jay Singh 43,516.36 John & Anita Orr 10,024.80
Mark & Sarah Wildman 16,763.81 Ian & Pauline Pilkington 10,015.28 Peter Savidge 7,707.05
Michelle Kennedy 43,435.01 Timothy & Tina Pace 16,751.04 Sylvia & Gary Green 7,705.22
Jane & John Dunkerley 42,803.64 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 16,740.07 David & Christine Rhodes 7,702.11
Alf & Carol Bell 42,784.78 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 16,732.80 7,500 And Above Gavin & Trish Conway 7,671.39
Helen & Paul Allgood 42,178.54 Gloria & Clive Davies 16,602.79 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 9,960.92 Barbara Tibbs 7,657.31
Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 42,154.82 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 16,452.36 Alex & Kathleen Langler 9,946.97 Archie Curtis & Faye Wareham 7,650.58
Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 41,582.67 Michael Amor-Wilkes 16,232.16 Stephen & Elaine Blay 9,918.33 Christine & Michael Paxton 7,644.20
Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 41,386.85 Geth & Lynwen Thomas 16,213.07 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 9,893.14 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 7,640.26
Belinda & Peter Clarke 40,480.78 John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone 16,181.16 Norman & Joanne Grundy 9,869.38 Bena & Mahesh Chauhan 7,635.23
Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 40,466.93 Christine & Jim Foster 16,180.85 Seamus & Clare Houghton 9,825.76 Linda & David Leadbetter 7,628.71
Ram & Joginder Singh 38,911.94 Patrick & Helen Loftus 16,061.94 Emma & Richard O’toole 9,802.91 Philip Gaffney & Isabella Wharton-Gaffney 7,628.71
Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 38,426.73 David & Judith Mccreath 15,881.79 Peter & Cathy Legg 9,801.51 Seyed Ali Sajjadi 7,622.28
Roger & Barbara Green 38,353.75 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 15,765.72 Kimberley Sunter 9,800.06 Hannah Twigg & Simon Richards 7,615.49
Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 37,898.13 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 15,707.80 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 9,688.93 Sandra Ellis 7,610.94
Denise & Stephen Neal 37,089.52 Clive & Pamela Lennard 15,652.21 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 9,679.54 Yvonne Coffey 7,584.66
Eamonn & Anne Roe 36,993.71 Debra & Oliver Pusey 15,614.19 Niall & Eileen Mckenna 9,656.14 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 7,581.55
Derrick & Maria Longwright 36,624.08 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 15,538.95 Raymond & Barbara Mann 9,655.84 Vicky Bradley & Craig Lawson Austin 7,579.00
Melanie & Andrew Wilson 35,205.92 Diane & Geoff Owen 15,532.85 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 9,649.22 Denise & Nigel Rayner 7,563.30
Chantele & Barry Travis 35,178.93 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 15,434.44 Karl-Josef & Brigitte Mergler 9,634.23 Richard & Patricia Rogers 7,562.50
James Curtis 35,053.31 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 15,355.31 John & Jenny Caton 9,631.52 Christina & Rob Cann 7,549.68
Tim Sandom 15,343.28 Warwick & Christine Blakemore 9,603.95 Philip Lowe & Helen Kolbusz 7,535.83
15,000 And Above Robert & Rosemary Annan 15,317.66 Cath & John Wilkinson 9,603.95 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 7,534.37
Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 34,567.80 Nichola & David Walmsley 15,317.21 Sarah Sancho 9,590.96 Terry Card 7,524.92
Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 34,397.82 Heather Brown 15,285.76 Wendy Fielding 9,584.79 Gerard Coste 7,521.95
Debbie & Trevor Collins 34,126.32 Michael & Janet Wallace 15,211.93 Antony & Aileen Gunn 9,549.71 Michael & Nancy Parnis 7,502.50
Su & Jas Bains 34,089.12 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 15,107.03 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 9,505.48
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7. LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS
COMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS 30 Sept (28/10, 25/11) Open Opportunity Meeting at The Summit
Centre, Pavilion Road, Kirkby In Ashfield, NOTTINGHAM,
distributor Smart Dress. Everyone welcome. Hosts: Steve
and Debra Nell contact on tel: 01793 887978 or Ezereach:
6 Oct Gold Rush IV – STONELEIGH PARK, COVENTRY NG17 7LL. Junction 27 or 28 of the M1. – 9.30pm. 01793 238909
17-21 Oct Kleeneze Autumn Destination – CYPRUS Telephone 01623 752008. Hosts: Margaret & Mike Drayton 12 Oct (23/11) Business Opportunity Open Evening (Now on
9 Jan 2010 Kleeneze New Year Showcase & Gala Dinner – THE 01623 722500, or e-mail email@example.com. Mondays), All welcome The Lincoln Suite, Lincolnshire Oak
NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM 13 Oct (every four weeks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting, Hotel, East Road SLEAFORD, Lincs, NG34 7EH 7.30pm, £3
16 Jan 2010 Kleeneze Ireland New Year Showcase – THE Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5 per distributor, Guests free. Contact:- Andy & Amanda
RADISSON BLU HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 9PE. Easy access from A19. Open meeting, everyone Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org) Eze Reach:- 01553 886597.
2-9 Mar 2010 Kleeneze Spring Destination 2010 – CAPE TOWN welcome. 8.00pm start £2.50 per head. Guests free 14 Oct (4/11, 2/12) Folkestone opportunity evening, The Firs Club,
Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and Firs Lane, Cheriton, FOLKESTONE CT19 4QF. £2 per
Cathy Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564, ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix distributor, guests free. 7:30pm for 8:00pm start. Business
TRAINING MEETINGS - 2009 COUNTRYWIDE ITS 514235. dress please. All welcome. Hosts Emma & Chris Shafe.
27 Sept It’s back, it’s bigger than ever, it’s ‘THE BIG 1’! The East 13 Oct (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Meeting, Ramada Ezereach: 01227 808744.
Midlands premier event is coming up soon, so book now to Jarvis Hotel, Ingram St, GLASGOW 8pm- 9pm. Contact 19 Oct (third Monday of every month) South East Open Evening.
secure a place with top speakers - Gavin Scott, Allan & Lynn Macdonald at email@example.com or Tel: 01506 BOM with a twist. Forest Suite, Bracknell Leisure Centre,
Elaine Moffat, Fiona Webb & Andy Boswell. Tickets only £7 414456. Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Berks, RG12 9SE. 7.45pm for
for a fantastic afternoon of training plus fantastic raffle. Starts 14 Oct (11/11, 9/12) Pontefract BOM has moved to the Whitwood 8.30pm start. Distributors £3 single/£4 joint, guests free.
at 12 noon (Doors open 11am) Finish at 5pm. For further Inn Pioneer way CASTLEFORD WF10 5TG (1/4 mile jct 31 Business dress please. Contact Debbie Gee on 01628
details contact Laura Thorpe & Les Ward on 0116 294 7827 M62), 7.30pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome, Guest free 626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540. Everyone welcome
or Andy Buxton & Laura Kelly on 07830 190485. Make Hosts Graham & Georgina Long eze number 01937 858018. across the Network (Blue and Red groups).
cheques payable to ‘The Big 1’ to 34 Rectory Lane, 19 Oct (16/11) Merseyside Business Opportunity Meeting, Holiday 20 Oct (17/11,15/12) Hemel Hempstead Opportunity Meeting,
Thurcaston, Leicestershire. LE7 7JQ. The meeting is at the Inn RUNCORN, Wood Lane, Beechwood, Runcorn, Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2
Novotel, Long Eaton, NOTTINGHAM - Jct 25 M1. You Cheshire WA7 3HA. £2.50 per person, guests free. Business 4UA. £3 per distributor, guests free. 7:30pm for 8pm start.
cannot by tickets on the day. All tickets booked before dress please. Hosts:- Mary & Harry Fullerton email: Business dress please. Hosts: Rosina & Frank Pocock. Tel:
Monday 21st will go into a free prize draw for a Super 200 firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 0151 601 2972. 01442 256405.
Business Kit - so don’t delay - book today! See you there!
21 Oct (every four weeks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, The 20 Oct (17/11) Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn (next to Premier
3 Oct Millionaires Christmas Special, Cairn Hotel, Blackburn Road, Windmill, a purpose built Conference and Seminar Centre, Inn),Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL, BS35 3LL.
BATHGATE. Training starts at 12 noon and finishes at Dalton Piercy, HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly on A19, 8.00pm start. Business dress please. Distributors £2 per
4.30pm The Amazing Line up of Speakers are:- Gavin Scott, just north of Wynyard Park turn-off. Open meeting, everyone head, guests FREE. Host: Andy Cooper, ITS 124171. T.
ex shipyard worker has earned over 3 million in 8 years; Mr welcome. 8pm Start £2.50 per head. Guests free 01179 819526.
Kleeneze himself, the wonderful Michael Khatkar; Geoff and Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Steve Geldard and 21 Oct (18/11, 16/12) Somerset Business Opportunity Meeting, The
Fiona Webb, SED Trophy Winners; Peter and Myrna Wellock, Cathy Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564. ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix Bathpool Inn, Bathpool, TAUNTON, TA2 8BE, 7.30pm for
SEDs (total collective income of £35k plus every four weeks). ITS 514235. 8pm start. £3 per Distributorship, guests free. Carlsberg
Tickets only £10 in advance or £12 at the door
13 Nov (second Tuesday of each month) BOM meetings at Carlisle. don’t do BOMs, but if they did, they’d probably say this is
Border Gate Premier Inn, Carleton, CARLISLE CA4 OAD tel: the best BOM in the world...but you need to come along to
5 Oct (every four weeks) Titans Huddersfield Training and 01228 633311. 7.30pm for 8pm start. All distributors and find out! Contact Chris and Jacqui Hill on 07967 661442,
Opportunity Meeting at the Cedar Court Hotel Lindley Moor prospects/guests welcome. Hosts Alistair Townsend and 01458 851046, Ezereach: 01458888065 email
Road Ainley Top HUDDERSFIELD HD3 3RH (Just off Malcolm Bullough and will feature a presentation of the email@example.com.
junction 24 M62). 7:30PM for 8PM prompt start. Please note opportunity and a guest speaker. For information, contact: 21 Oct (18/11, 16/12) Redruth Business Opportunity Meeting at
smart dress applies. Contact Neil Young 07932 965 071 Alistair Townsend 01228 528126 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tricky’s, Tolgus Mount, Redruth, CORNWALL, TR15 3TA.
Ezereach 0113 350 8763. All welcome. Malcolm Bullough 01228 675553 7.45pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. Still only £2.50 per
18 Oct (every four weeks) Freedom Training. 10.00am – 1.00pm email@example.com. Distributorship, Guests free. Hosts: David and Jenny Gerry.
(doors open at 9.30am) Best Western Moat House Hotel, Contact on 01209 714067, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Festival Way, Etruria, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST1 5BQ.
Bookings only, £6.00 per person. Please send cheques SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES 29 Oct
(26/11, 17/12) Showcase Opportunity Briefing, Tottenham
(payable to A de Caso) to: Adele & Jaime de Caso, 38 Poplar 28 Sept (26/10, 23/11,16/12) Norwich Business Opportunity Meeting,
Green Leisure Centre, The Gold Room, First Floor, 1 Philip
Close, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on-Trent ST11 9RJ (names will Holiday Inn, Ipswich Rd, NORWICH. NR4 6EP 7.30pm for
Lane, LONDON N15 4JA. 7.30pm. Registration for 7.45PM
be held at the door, no tickets are sent out) Business dress 8pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Business dress
start. Special guest speakers each month. £3 per
only please, everyone welcome. For further information, please. Contact Stephen on 07810126010.
distributorship, guest free. Everyone welcome! Hosts: Gary
please call 01260 218574. 30 Sept (28/10, 25/11) West Sussex Business Opportunity Showcase Dixon and team. Contact 07973 712 425, I.T.S.113915, or e
25 Oct Gillian Nicholson’s Wealth Events Training Thurrock Hotel, at the Royal George, Upper Shoreham Road, Shoreham-by- mail: email@example.com.
THURROCK, Essex. Registration 13:00 for prompt start at Sea, WEST SUSSEX, BN43 6TA, on the Holmbush
9 Nov (7/12) Open to Blue & Red Groups. Eltham Open Evening at
13:30hrs. Finish 4pm. £4.00 per distributor – Guests free Roundabout. Fantastic training from guest speakers followed
the Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, ELTHAM,
Guest Speakers: Gill Sepe and Diane Goulding – P13 Make by a scintillating sizzle for only £2.50 per Distributor, Guests
London, SE9 1AA. 7.30pm registration for prompt 8pm start,
it the best ever!! Further information email: Gillian Nicholson FREE. 7.30pm for 8pm prompt start, Business dress please.
ends around 9.30pm, then relax for a drink and a sizzle plus
at firstname.lastname@example.org Arrive ready to learn, leave Hosts:- Judy & Gordon Seldon, 01903 893887.
visit our well stocked Sales Aids table. £3 per distributorship,
ready to earn! Wealth of Income, Wealth of Knowledge, 30 Sept (28/10,25/11) Essex Business Opportunity Meeting at The guests free, dress code: smart casual. Hosts Joyce and Pete
Wealth of Friendships Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, Rowe. Tel: 020 8463 7133. EzeReach No: 020 3393 2408.
1 Nov The biggest open meeting in the south, The Business J28 – M25. 7.30 for 8pm start. Business Dress please. Still the only BOM/Open Evening in South London.
Building Seminar is back for 2009 at the Blue Mountain Golf Everyone Welcome Hosts Richard & Vanadis. EzeReach:
and Conference Centre, Wood Lane, Binfield, RG42 4EX 01206 804 635.
(Nr WOKINGHAM) Berks. Just off Junction 10, M4.Everyone 6 Oct (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
is welcome. Starts at 11am (Doors open 10am) Finish at Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards, 18 Oct The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm.
4.30pm. The top line up of guest speakers include Mike and RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm start,
. Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and
Jean Day (Premier) Distributors of the Year, Chris Mason- £2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; email@example.com.
Paull(Platinum Premier), Dave Pemberton-Smith (Gold SED), and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727. 21 Oct (four weekly) Open Opportunity Meeting at Brennans Green
Eamon Lynch (Gold SED) and the one and only Michael 5 Oct Westcountry Open Evening at Padbrook Park Hotel, Isle Hotel, Newlands Cross, DUBLIN 22, at 8pm; €5 per
Khatkar, Head of Network Development. Knowledge is King Cullompton, DEVON EX15 1RU (signposted 5 mins from J28 distributorship, guests free. Contact Audrey 086-8352012 or
here on the day. Book Raffle and catalogues to give away. £8 on M5). New to the Open Evening David Bibby will be doing Jim 087-2103983.
per head. Book before 1 October and be entered into a free personalised training at 7.00 p.m. Give us a call with your 8 Nov Training Meeting at the Abbey Leix Manor Hotel,
£100 cash draw. Details and bookings call: Peter Richards requests for training / topics to be covered. One to one or ABBEYLEIX, 12.30pm. Guest speaker Bob Webb. Tickets
on 01249-821722 and book your place early, Limited small groups, bring your team for a training session. All from are €7.50 per person and are on a first come basis/€12 on
seating, Advance bookings only. Red and Blue groups welcome. Prospect focused Business the door. Please book early for yourself and your team to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Opportunity Presentation, Book Stall, Bids table, avoid disappointment. Contact Eamon Lynch and Marie
Testimonials, raffle and business related stands. Booking in Ryan on 044 9330826; email@example.com.
OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND starts from 7.00 p.m. and the event starts at 8p.m.
Distributors £3 per person or £4 per couple. Guests free.
6 Dec The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm.
23 Sept (21/10, 18/11, 16/12) Leeds Business Opportunity Meeting, Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and
Ample parking. accommodation, meals, coffee and bar Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holiday Inn, Brighouse, Clifton Village, LEEDS, HD6 4HW.
available. Contact Sheelagh & Paul 01392 462710 (Ezereach
7.30pm for 8pm start. £3 per distributor, guests free.
01803 898592) or Nigel & Lucinda 01392 874412 (Ezereach
Business dress please. Contact Angel Hill on 07931283957
or Stuart Hill on 07792002402.
01803 898652). THE NETHERLANDS
7 Oct (4/11, then every 4 weeks) Birmingham Open BOM. The 3 Oct (31/10, 28/11, 19/12) Hotel van der Valk de Cantharel, Van
26 Sept (every four weeks) Aberdeen Opportunity and Training
Plough & Harrow Hotel, 135 Hagley Road, BIRMINGHAM. Golsteinlaan 20, 7339 GT APELDOORN. 1pm – 3pm. Email
Meeting, Holiday Inn Express – Aberdeen Exhibition Centre,
7.45pm registration for an 8pm prompt start. Ample free Rita & Frank Kamsteeg at email@example.com.
Parkway East, Bridge of Don, ABERDEEN, AB23 8AJ. 10am
parking, good reception areas & bar for team sizzles &
– 12.30pm, £3. Contact Lynn Macdonald at
meeting your guests. Unfortunately there is no wheelchair Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in your
firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01506 414456.
access to the room (upstairs). Only £3 per distributorship,
29 Sept (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, area? Let us know, at email@example.com and we
guests free (bring loads & see your business grow). If you
Edinburgh Training Centre, 16 St Mary’s Street want 2010 to be your best year ever – don’t wait till then –
will include them in our weekly meetings diary.
EDINBURGH, EH1 1SU. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn your 2010 business starts NOW. Hosts Gerard & Claire DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY.
MacDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tucker-Mawr (EzeReach: 0121 314 9785) and Geoff & Diane
29 Sept (every four weeks) Kleeneze Opportunity Presentation Owen (EzeReach: 0121 314 4870).
Evening. Holiday Inn STOKE-ON-TRENT ST5 4DL. M6 J15 7 Oct (21/10, 4/11, 18/11, 2/12, 16/12, 30/12) Swindon Opportunity
Business dress only. Please arrive early for a prompt start. Meeting, The Link Centre West SWINDON SN5 7DL. 8pm
Doors open at 7:30pm, presentation from 8:00 till 9:15pm. start in the Blades Bar next to the Reception, £2.50 per
Hosts: Adele & Jaime de Caso 01260 218574.
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 36
8. LEARN HOW TO EARN
Being a Distributor may be unlike any other job you’ve ever had, but in one respect it’s the same as any other occupation – you
need support in order to move up that career ladder. Luckily, Kleeneze does support in spades. It’s a business that anyone can
succeed in and that’s purely down to the fact that there’s openness when it comes to sharing the system, the knowledge and
Whether you’re a new starter or have been in the business for years, attending meetings is crucial to your success. It is here that
you’ll find out all about how to succeed, as well as getting well-deserved recognition of your success so far and the chance to
meet other like-minded people in the business.
There are hundreds of meetings which take place all over the country and the majority are open for everyone to attend (see
page 7 for our Meetings Diary).
“Staying with Kleeneze and going to the training meetings has helped any issues you have regarding anything Kleeneze related. I attend all
me change my attitude tremendously. Once upon a time I had an my local meetings. They often put on promotions such as who has
attitude of doom and gloom. It was either 100% success or nothing at placed the highest order, who has the highest single sale from one
all. Today my attitude is any success is 100% success, no matter how house and who has sponsored the most in the four weeks previous.
small that success is. They offer the winners of these promotions prizes, such as self-
It’s easy to look at the stars in Kleeneze and think that you have to be development books, catalogues etc. I think this is great because it
like them or you will never succeed. But the truth is no one has to be gives us Distributors who attend an incentive to get out there and
like anyone, you just need to be yourself. Be grateful for where you work hard and most importantly to get recognised for your
are, and if you dream of a life that offers major rewards, consider the achievement by your fellow Distributors.”
fact that it’s going to take time. Don’t be impatient, follow the advice Paul Sheldon, Silver Distributor
of your Upline and move at a pace that is comfortable for you. “We both attend the local open evenings as they give us excellent
Stick with the trainings, because these are going to teach you the how training and motivation. They let us hear other people’s stories, which
tos. They DO help, they WILL help and the rest is up to YOU!” we can use when we are out doing our own business presentations.
Simon Wright, Silver Distributor The training from all the different network meetings covers all the
“We have been attending meetings and trainings for many years and aspects of the business and is a great ‘show how’. The network
always learn something new at every one. Meetings are also a great meetings also open your eyes to the possibility of what’s available with
way of reminding us of what we already know but may have simply Kleeneze. We proved this, as I joined for an extra £50 per week and
forgotten. As well as the education, the social side is vital for team now we are Bronze Executives who have been on the amazing Club
spirit and meeting new team members. Med 2 this year.
When we feel a bit battered, we definitely need the meeting and One of the other great benefits from going to the network meetings is
when we feel on top of the world the meeting needs us. So no matter that it gives a sense of belonging and support from the team that you
how you feel, there should always be space in every serious person’s belong to and it gives you a chance to show that to anyone who is
diary for meetings and trainings. The Kleeneze network and the looking at Kleeneze or people that have joined your team. It is
company are second to none in organising and hosting and deserve exposing you and your team to what is available - gradually they will
support from all of us.” have a feeling of being involved and then choose to upgrade
themselves, using the business to achieve their personal goals.”
Gail and Stuart McKibbin, Senior Executive Distributors
Denise and Steve Neal, Bronze Executive Distributors
“We use our local and countrywide open and Business Opportunity
meetings as a launch for introducing new members to the business “Recession? At The
concept and also to enhance our team members’ belief in the Nicholson Tiger’s Wealth
business. Training meeting at
Thurrock last Sunday, we
We have found that the more meetings we and our team go to the
more we communicate and stay in touch using the trainings in our
Distributors whose retail
sizzles so that the members that could not attend do not lose out on
scores were £1,000,
some vital training.”
£1,500 and £2,000+ over the last period. August is usually a quiet
Fred and Karen Mason, Senior Distributor
Period, but just look at those smiling Tigers. Well done Kleeneze. Great
I think it is important to attend all network meetings because, it gives catalogues - sales prove it.”
you a chance to speak to other Distributors and your Uplines about Gillian Nicholson, Platinum Premier Executive
TODAY IS MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING! MAKE SURE YOU GET TOGETHER WITH YOUR TEAMS TO SMASH LAST YEAR’S TOTAL.
MORE INFORMATION IS ON THE DSA. ALL YOUR STORIES AND PHOTOS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN NEXT WEEK’S EWB
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