BULLETIN 15.01.10 Issue 02
China's in your hand
Snow was falling once more and the temperature was below freezing (and that’s the polite phrase for what it was), so it was only fitting that we
opened Saturday’s Showcase with a piece of red hot news. Destination X is the vibrant, unique, opulent city of Hong Kong!
Plus, for the first time ever, this long-haul destination is open to EVERYONE in the entire Network. The minimum qualification is at Gold and there
are cash bonuses available for new Golds who maintain their position.
The NIA heated up as Distributors heard that they could be staying in this magnificent, sub-tropical city in just ten months time.
What an opening. What a destination. What a business!
“What a cracking day of information, “The review of 2009 made us realise just how “Hong Kong, a new recruitment advert, 2
motivation, and the usual Kleeneze surprises much has happened in such a short time! million in future advertising and fantastic
thrown in for good measure. What other Now, with the new Distributor incentives, speakers including an excellent last minute
company could replace one Dragon with there is bound to be improved retention – a replacement for Duncan Banantyne - what
another in under 2 hours?! The news of great bonus for team building. And what a more could you ask from a Showcase?! Oh
Hong Kong destination and the qualifying fantastic change in the qualification criteria yes, going across the stage for Gold
criteria has just made us all the more focused –making it realistically available to all of the recognition - awesome!”
and determined to stick to our plan and Network no matter what level.” Dianne and Stephen Park,
make our goals and dreams a reality.” Stuart and Johanna Peuleve, Gold Distributors
Stuart Harper, Silver Distributor Senior Distributors
THERE’S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME
TO START WITH KLEENEZE It was an amazing start to the Showcase with the reveal of Destination X - Hong Kong, but we want all our beginnings
to be amazing so we’re going all out to support your new starters this year.
“One of the major goals I have in place for Kleeneze is to grow our numbers by 5,000 distributors during 2010. This is a
massive target I know, but why not?
There are more people than ever before looking for work and unemployment is forecast to rise still further. At this time of
year many think about finally clearing their credit card bills or for some it might be some extra money to afford a little
luxury in life. Whatever it is, we have the Kleeneze solution.
2010 will be a year that changes people lives for good and for bad, let’s help as many people as we can change their
lives for the better. There’s an election coming up this year and no doubt there will be some major changes to tax and
earnings that we can’t even imagine yet.
2010 is set to be the year that the recession impacts people’s lifestyles. And Kleeneze is set to shout to the world that we are ready to help
everyone change their lives for good.”
Jamie Stewart, Managing Director
So, it’s the year in which you will build and strengthen your business and we’ll be right behind you to offer
you all the support you need. First up, on Saturday, was the launch of the brand new Starter Kits to help all
your new recruits.
The new look Starter Kit is better than ever before. Style-wise, it’s been updated with a fresh new look to
reflect the life changing opportunity that Kleeneze can offer. Gone is the old blue business manual, now you
will find four A5 booklets inside that will guide you through the business - in layman’s terms! The booklets
include a Quick Start Guide, Retailing, Building Your Kleeneze Business and Operations and Procedures. We’re
also going to help your new starters build their team up straight away too with 5 copies of the new-look
combined Opportunity DVDs & Opportunity Brochures, plus everything you usually get in a Starter Kit too.
NEW STARTER INCENTIVES N/A ROI starter kit (online) €93.00
The new Kits are just the tip of the iceberg for what we have lined up 00612 ROI Super 200 starter kit (offline) €165.80
for our new starters in the New Year, because on Saturday we also N/A ROI Super 200 starter kit (online) €159.00
announced that we’re revamping the new starter incentives. 02321 ROI Super 200 plus starter kit (offline) €186.20
N/A ROI Super 200 plus starter kit (online) €177.00
New starters now have 21 days from registration to hit 300 bonus
N/A ROI Super 250 plus starter kit
points (in as many orders as it takes) to receive a free Retail Kit.
(only available online) €215.00
Then in their first full 4 week period, if they hit 650 bonus points they 02747 ROI Retail Kit €38.40
will qualify for another free Retail Kit.
In their second full 4 week period, if they hit 650 bonus points they Some of our new starters are already on their way to success:
will qualify for another free Retail Kit. “We love the new
This sets some realistic targets for new Distributors in their first catalogues! They arrived on
few weeks and replaces much-needed catalogues just when you Christmas Eve, so on Boxing
need them! Day we made them up and
got them ready to drop the
following day. We dropped
NEW KIT PRICES - UK
110 catalogues to some of
Order code Description Price
our customer base and just
01902 UK starter kit (online and offline) £80.00 couldn’t believe the results
00590 UK Super 200 starter kit when we went to pick
(online and offline) £139.00 them up.
02216 UK Super 200 plus starter kit
We got 36 orders and the total value came to £573.50. In that pick-
(online and offline) £156.00
up we had our highest order to date - £173.25 from one order!
N/A UK Super 250 plus
(only available online) £185.00 It really is true, you do get massive orders between Christmas and the
02623 UK Retail Kit £32.00 New Year and the new catalogues work like magic! They look great
and the new products are fantastic. Our catalogues are money making
NEW KIT PRICES - ROI machines. We just love this business - Happy New Year to everyone”
Order code Description New Price Tom Weymouth and Dean Bibby,
01945 ROI starter kit (offline) €115.00 Silver Distributors
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‘AD TO YOUR RECRUITMENT SUCCESS IN 2010
With a goal to grow Distributor numbers by distributors during 2010 some would say we would have our work cut out for us. However,
Kleeneze has a secret weapon – another brand new advertising campaign!
“In September I revealed our first ever TV advert and I said that we expect to see three benefits from the TV exposure,” said MD Jamie Stewart at
“One – your sales will increase as more people open the packs and order from you. Two – more people will request a copy of the catalogues.
Three – sponsoring will increase as people’s awareness of a brand seen on TV will change their perception of the business.
This 4-week campaign was a trial to see what you and TV advertising combined can do together. If we saw growth, we’d give serious thought to
bigger investment very soon. Well we tripled catalogue requests over the 4 week period and had responses from distributors of amazing order
values. And then - with sponsoring, during the 12 week period from September to end of November - we saw a steep change in distributor
So, to support your team building through 2010 we are investing heavily in TV advertising and branding, and over the next 12 months we have
over £2million pounds worth of TV advertising planned, we will help you take this life changing opportunity to more people than ever before.”
The new TV ad, featuring distributorships Chrissy Sykes,
Helen Kolbusz and Phil Lowe and Mark and Alison Bird, is a
tool for you to generate your own leads and bring more
people into your team than ever before! Plus, in conjunction
with the advert, we’re also testing a new medium of
advertising with our first ever radio advert on Real Radio!
First airing on Monday 18 January, the advert is now
available as a link for you to email to all your friends and
family at http://www.kleeneze.co.uk/tv
Here’s a little taster of when you can see Kleeneze on TV!
DATE STATION TIME PROGRAMME DATE STATION TIME PROGRAMME
18 JAN FIVE 0920 THE WRIGHT STUFF 25 JAN ITV2 1315 EMMERDALE
18 JAN ITV1 - ULSTER 1430 60 MINUTE MAKEOVER 26 JAN ITV2 1415 JEREMY KYLE
18 JAN ITV2 1650 JUDGE JUDY 27 JAN ITV1 - CENTRAL,
19 JAN ITV2 1245 CORONATION STREET HTV, WEST COUNTRY 0940 JEREMY KYLE
20 JAN ITV1 - ULSTER 1140 THIS MORNING 27 JAN ITV2 1728 JUDGE JUDY
20 JAN ITV2 1405 JEREMY KYLE 28 JAN ITV1 - MERIDIAN, ANGLIA 1140 THIS MORNING
21 JAN ITV2 1610 LOOSE WOMEN 28 JAN ITV2 1625 LOOSE WOMEN
22 JAN ITV1 - GRANADA, BORDER, 28 JAN ITV1 - CARLTON, LWT 1645 A TOUCH OF FROST
YORKSHIRE, TYNE TEES 1315 LOOSE WOMEN 29 JAN ITV1 - STV, GRAMPIAN 1210 THIS MORNING
22 JAN ITV1 - STV, GRAMPIAN 1645 MIDSOMER MURDERS 29 JAN ITV2 1328 EMMERDALE
Thousands of prizes on the day!
Tickets for the Christmas Showcase Philip Lowe & Helen Kolbusz, Roger & Gillian Coupe, Angela Payne & Darren Kingsley-Smith, Jeffrey & Fiona Bate, Chris
& Sally Cresswell, Amanda Watson & Trevor Adams, Nick & Grace Sassanelli, Lyn & Tony Davies, Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch, Paul Redmond, Claire Oliver,
Mark & Veronica Cooley, Lee & Caroline Gillis, Alan & Lynn Edwards, Vanessa Hodgkinson, Emma & Mark Mackelden, Rajvir & Rajinder Chahal, Paul Bartlett,
Kevin & Sandra Sprintall, Robert Bradbeer & Christine Garside Neville Retail Kits Graham Easby, Benjamin & Mark Sharp, Alan Bennett, Martin Bell & Caroline
Roberts, Michelle & Michael Busby, Georgina & Phil Gale, Marin & Carol Guest, Dorothy & John Beal, Jeffrey Margrave, Rosina Greenwell, Roger & Simon
Mantle, David & Deborah Matthews, Simon West & Helen Jackson, Chris Scotton, Debbie Gee & David White, Christine & Con Browning, Linda McGowan &
Alan Powell, Marie & Stephen Burnett-Hockey, Laurie Mitchell, Dean & Rachel Rothwell Tickets for Holiday on Ice Cary & Richard Atherton, Gareth Jones,
Frederick Shaw Matthews & Jessica Zarina Dutton, Linda & Ian Stanley, James Mousley, Gill & Donato Sepe Dinner for two at Nigel Smith’s Restaurant
Linda & Steve Tinkler, Zoe & David Etheridge, John & Shelagh Irvine, James & Glynis Johnson, Sarah Green One week’s holiday in Portugal Carole Morrison.
RETAIL DRAW WINNERS: Double Period 13 cheque: Nigel & Anne Burgess, Alan Leech, Frank Eley, Sarah Page, Keith Lovell, Mark & Christine Bell, Paul
White, Michael Burchell, Rosalie Graham, Thomas Weymouth & Dean Bibby Free EzeReach for 12 months Robert Bradbeer & Christine Garside-Neville, Diane
& Paul Rattray, Allison & Gary Boules, Steven Harding & Narissa Mather, Jane & John Dunkerley Free Internet for 12 months Stephen Smith & Dennis
Chamberlain, Sarah Page, Marie & Jeremy Simmonds, Steve Sobers & Shirley Hitchman, Ritchie Brown, Opportunity Leaflets
CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
Laura & Pauline Cleland, Glynys & Barry Broad, Ian & Deborah Wightmore, David Potter, David & Roger Hillerby.
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And all these clues took to the stage on Saturday
at the New Year Showcase to inspire, motivate
10 Active Wide
Mel & Irene Wilson, Claire & Peter Rea,
Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox, Marcell &
Joanne Treanor, Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes,
Bob Webb, Doug & Sandra Roper, Stuart &
Make 2009 YOUR Year
Robyn-Lee Heard, Nuala & Ronan McDonald,
Allan year had already started off & Ray
The & Billie-Dee Moffat, Rob Forster
Aziz, Lindsay Gonsalves & Day as Young, he and
spectacularly for Mike Danny earlier
Andrew & Jean, were crowned Distributors of
his wife, Sue Boswell, Geoff & Fiona Webb,
Mike & Dawn Gough, Mike & Amanda Bibby,
the Year! The Premier Executive Distributor
Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch, John &
finished a day of rousing training by
Wendy English, Rosina & Frank Pocock,
Alf & Carol Bell, Ann &track for a year of
putting us back on John Coe
success. “The definition of insanity,”
he told us,Distributor
Gold “is to do what you did last year; this
year to be who you were last Anderson, expect&
Ken & Judith Anderson, Ian year and David
Deborah Matthews, Morris Williamson, Beryl
anything to change. Make 2009 your turning
Wynter & Aaron Smalling, Alison & Robert
Maris, Andrew & Gemma Marwood, Thomas
& Karyn Medd, Stuart Chantler & Claire Garrod,
Susan Holland, Pauline Cave & Alan Parmenter,
Gillian Austin, Glenn & Claire Few, Paul & Elaine
Evans, Elizabeth Christian, Ashley & Linda
Crouch, Duncan Lowe, David Bond, Marie
Gold Distributor, Rae Gray had a turbulent
Young, Patricia Harrison & Paul Spencer, Petra
& Adam Tester, Diannefour years Park,has been
life story to tell. For & Stephen she Susan
bravely battling with a chronic and
& Paul Kearey, Chris Morgan, Boban Abraham
& Gimma Boban, Anita Drogt, Debt Talmage
debilitating pain condition. Carol and
& Stephen Dowling, had plagued her years
alcohol problems Clive & Beverley Currier,
Dorothy and now with thisJacob & Jainy
before & Lisa Harrhy, Shyju terrible condition,
Varghese, Shogy Thomas & Nisha Varghese
she found herself virtually unemployable.
That £1,000 cheque winners (for holding Goldthe
was until she found Kleeneze. Thanks to
business, it wasn’t only the debt problems that
for six consecutive Periods)
wereJohn Greenwood, John & Monica found Rae
eased – delivering catalogues Beardmore,
getting fitter & Michael Paxton, Graham &
Christine and even walking easier.
Christine James, Lee & Fiona Henshaw,
Clare Haines, Sarah Darch, Martyn Regan &
Michael & Anne Barnaville, Yvonne & Jonathon
Coffey, Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman,
Mikaela & Andrew Brown, Jane Spencer-Cook,
Varghese & Leeba Koshy
Bronze Executive Distributor
John Morgan & Gilly McCrone, Debra & Oliver
Pusey, Dean & Rachel Rothwell, Elaine & Martin
Spafford, Raymond Underwood, David &
Silver Executive Distributor
Gold Executive Distributor
Alf & Carol Bell
Richard & Clare Chantler
Bronze Senior Executive Distributor
Rosina & Frank Pocock
Silver Premier Executive Distributor
ALL THE Bonnie Arapes
Gavin Scott & TRAININGS AND
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ARENA HOTS UP WITH
Hong Kong is on everyone’s agenda for this year, so it was up to our wouldn’t be a bad idea. Dave took his business to the heights last year,
Network stars to take the stage to help others qualify for this qualifying for everything in his path! He too has a secret to success,
amazing incentive and complete all their goals for 2010. And what a though, and that is focus. “Opportunities are there to be taken,” he
job they did. said. “In 2010, grab every opportunity you can and run with it.”
It was to be the first time our Silver Senior
The same week that Gold Distributor Sharon
Executive Distributor, Geoff Webb, took to the
Allsop qualified for Cyprus, she also had her
stage as later in the day he went on to snap
final accountancy exams and her wedding! So
up the SED Challenge Cup! Opening the
if she had wanted an excuse not to put the
training, he took us through the baby steps it
work in and qualify for our Autumn
takes to qualify for Destination X and
Destination, she certainly had a few to choose
combining it with how to maximise the new
from. However, wanting to use the
TV advert, it seems as though really anyone
qualification as a stepping stone onto bigger
can do it!
and better things, she flung herself into
activity. “You must create good habits with
your activity every day,” she said. “That way even on a bad day I am
2009 was a fantastic year for our Bronze
still taking responsibility for my actions and my future.”
Executive Distributor, Debra Pusey. Soaring up
the Sales Plan, she qualified for Cyprus in the Bob Webb
process, and then continued to move onwards
The master of dreaming big dreams and
and upwards. Her secret to success? Ensure
going on to actually achieve them closed the
your team has a good structure. Her training
day in his usual inimitable style. Silver Principal
took the scary out of
Executive Distributor, Bob Webb. Talking us
sponsoring and had
through his life – from very humble
us chomping at the
beginnings to everything he could wish for –
bit to get out there
our top Distributor proved to us if you’re
and build a team!
going to dream, you might as well dream big.
An amazing example of how anyone in this
business can achieve everything they want
If you’ve set a goal for 2010 and are now
wondering how to achieve it looking toward
Silver Executive Distributor, Dave Birtwistle
KEEP CHECKING THE DSA FOR ALL THE TRAININGS FROM SATURDAY’S NEW YEAR SHOWCASE
THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE EIRE
More fantastic training and inspiration is lined up for this
Saturday too! We have speakers including newly
crowned winner of the Distributor Challenge Trophy,
John Morgan; the very inspirational Distributorship
Peter and Jackie White and testimonials from Laura
Cleland and Ninan Puliyayil Kuriakose.
Plus there’s more of the latest corporate news from
Jamie Stewart and Michael Khatkar, more money saving
offers and a fantastic €75 cash back offer for new starters.
The Irish New Year Showcase takes place on Saturday 16 January 2010 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport.
Registration starts at 11am, Showcase starts at 12pm and tickets are €5 per person and FREE to your guests!
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IF HE CAAN DO IT, SO CAN YOU! Ok, so we’d managed setting out on his own with just £30 in his pocket.
to overcome the snow He left school at the age of 16, with no qualifications, but a need to
to get to the NIA. Phew. prove himself to the family who didn’t believe he could make it.
Challenge over, right?
WRONG. On the day, it An interest in commission-based jobs led him to start working for a
emerged that our guest recruitment agency and he worked hard to pay the rent.
speaker – someone By the age of 19 he was working in financial services. His gift-of-the-
we’d been chomping at gab meant he loved engaging with the candidates. When a woman
the bit to see – had called Aisha, his future wife, turned down a job working there as she
cancelled due to a wanted to open her own boutique he offered to invest in her business.
sore throat. He had no savings, just a dogged determination to raise the £30,000
So, while Duncan needed. And he did.
Bannatyne was tucked A few years on and the boutiques were making around £12,000 a
up in bed supping month, but James still wanted to set up a business of his own. So he
Lemsip, the Conference decided to open his own recruitment business. He wanted to give
Organisers were people a Rolls Royce service, something that others did not. He looked
frantically phoning for an office in Mayfair and, although he could only afford a broom
around trying to get closet of a place, he had a grand address. Alexander Mann was born.
In 2002, Alexander Mann had a turnover of £130 million and Caan
amazing to give our
sold it to a private equity firm.
Distributors some spot
on training. Challenge Since then, Caan has gone on to co-found an executive headhunting
overcome, as the equally firm with partner Doug Bougie, which they successfully expanded
successful Dragons’ Den globally through its Humana International brand, growing to over 147
panel member – James offices across 30 countries before it was bought by a New York-listed
Caan – hot-footed it up company. He also has set up the James Caan Foundation to help
from London to speak to the New Year Showcase audience. children in both the western and developing world, as well as setting
up many schools in his native Lahore in Pakistan. And, of course, the
And what a talk it was! His life story is actually not too dissimilar to
reason he shot to fame – the successful entrepreneur also earned
those starting up with Kleeneze! For instance, does any of this ring
himself a place on Dragons’ Den.
From £30 to multi-millionaire and all he accredits this to is belief,
When James decided he didn’t want to work in his father’s family
confidence and determination. If he can do it – what’s stopping you?!
business making garments, his family were against him leaving and
THE WONDER OF YOU…
Congratulations to our Head of Network Development, Michael
Khatkar, for ten year’s ‘service’ to the company. Honored with a cake
on stage – we later had him ‘arrested’ at the Gala Dinner for a laugh!
Don’t worry, though, it was only by our amazing entertainment act,
Opera on the Run, and Michael is happily back at his desk now and not
rattling around in a cell in Birmingham…
“It was fantastic to see the company recognise ‘Mr Kleeneze’ himself
for 10 years service to the company. Michael Khatkar is a great
ambassador for us, and the company name, and is always on hand to
help us when he can. Although, perhaps ‘middle age’ may be getting
the better of him, if he can’t even blow out a few candles now?!”
Andy Ridley, Bronze Executive Distributor
“Who needs Duncan Bannatyne when we’ve got our very own
Geoff Owen, Gold Executive Distributor
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YOUR SHOWCASE STORIES...
“We would like to say a massive ‘thank you’ goes to show that nothing can stop a online. Absolutely fantastic presentations from
to the company for providing us with the Kleeneze distributor who’s focussed on their everyone and it was great to see James Caan,
technology to watch the Showcase from goal – not even snow and ice – you just have as well as Nigel Smith. Then to go on to see
home. We were unable to get to Birmingham to dress appropriately – and wellies are a Gavin and Bonnie being awarded Distributor
from the North East of Scotland and were great solution to a snow-gala travel of the Year was excellent.
very disappointed until we received the email dilemma!” I may have not had the same atmosphere at
informing us of this opportunity. I would not Doug and Sandra Roper, home as at the NIA, but the presentation
willingly swap attending the Showcase for the Bronze Executive Distributors and excitement transferred to all of us
video link, as you miss out on the atmosphere watching online.”
and buzz, but it was a fantastic alternative “Thank you for yet another spectacular
Showcase. Despite the appalling weather you Paul Himsworth,
to receiving the information and training,
came through with more training and Silver Distributor
inspiration than ever before! Duncan
Sharon and Craig Davis, “This is the second Showcase my husband
Bannatyne might have let us down, but you
Bronze Executive Distributors and I have attended since joining Kleeneze
certainly didn’t and James Caan was a
great replacement. and what a day we had! Due to the weather
“It was a brilliant show, as always and it was conditions down in Essex, we did not make
great to see our upline Mike and Dawn Once again you’ve left me all fired up for
up our minds to travel until Thursday at 5pm,
Gough getting their recognition for achieving another brilliant Kleeneze year and Hong
but thanks to our Uplines, who we travelled
10 active wide distributors. Plus the Kong is firmly in my sight!”
with, we were glad we did. As well as the
announcement of Destination X – Hong Kong Carol Hone, Silver Distributor Showcase, the Gala Dinner was quite terrific
- wow! The speakers were very inspiring and and we would like to thank Kleeneze for
we loved James Caan.” “Congratulations for the brilliant, amazing organising such a brilliant event.”
Paul and Heidi Davis, Showcase on Saturday. We were one of those
Genna and Ron Webber,
Silver Distributors who didn’t manage to get there but we
watched it at home - how did you guys
“Thanks for another awesome, inspirational do that?
What a fantastic Showcase! Due to illness we
and motivational Showcase and Gala Dinner. We have to tell you that we have picked up were unable to attend, but whoever thought
How do you manage to keep making them over £1500 worth of orders since the new up the idea to broadcast the event live so
better and better? And an excellent choice of catalogues came out. We did out first drop enabling us to watch it online was brilliant.
Gavin and Bonnie as Distributors of the Year - with the new ones between Christmas and Although it was not the same as being there
their support and dedication to the business is the New Year and got £600 from that round you felt you were there.”
second to none.” alone. Here’s the best bit, we’ve picked up
Janet and Colin Watts,
Toby Acton and Donna Gold, another £900 in the last 2 days - £500 of that
Bronze Senior Executive Distributors today from just 120 catalogues. People are
“Wow, what a brilliant Showcase. The Dragon
“A sensational Joyce and Pete Rowe, was no substitute, he was the real thing! A
Showcase, full Senior Distributors big thank you for all the hard work to get this
of top training Showcase out to those distributors including
and success “It has to be said that James Caan was a hero ourselves who are snowed in. I’ve sat
stories to for stepping in at the last minute to cover for mesmerised in my office this morning and
inspire us all Duncan Bannatyne. He makes all that money look forward to the afternoon session. Even
into action but he still gave up a Saturday to speak at the more so I’m looking forward to making
and all UK’s top Network Marketing company – phone calls to prospects later today while I
followed by a Kleeneze. A true Dragon’s spirit.” still have the excitement in my voice.”
great Gala Mike and Amanda Bibby, Jon Summers,
Dinner with Silver Premier Executive Distributors Senior Distributor
superb entertainment and dancing into the
early hours. Watching Michael Khatkar’s face “Unfortunately, I was unable to attend the
when he got arrested for crimes against (tie) NIA on Saturday for the Showcase, but
fashion was a treat! What a day – and it just thanks to Kleeneze, I was able to watch it
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The best of 2009
The Noughties have come to an end and the Showcase opened by looking back over the very last year of the decade; from the very
beginning of 2009 with the amazing launch of Cape Town to the very end of the year with its advertising success.
However, there’s really only one thing that can determine the success of Kleeneze and that’s you in the Network. Yes, you. So, on
January 9 2010, we recognised the Network leaders who really excelled last year in our prestigious awards ceremony.
SUSAN COLEMAN AND ROBERT HOLDFORD
Distrbutor Challenge Trophy Harry Crook Trophy
JOHN MORGAN AND GILLY MCCRONE KIMBERLEY SUNTER
The VIP Trophy – awarded for consistency of The Distributor Challenge Trophy - awarded for The Harry Crook Trophy - awarded for
effort and outstanding personal retail sales outstanding business development outstanding business development
Celebrating their septennial as personal retail sales They’ve been fantastic representatives for Ireland when What did we say about 2009 being the year that
King and Queen were Gold Distributors Susan it comes to recognition over the past couple of years. students would flock to our opportunity? Well, they
Coleman and Robert Holdford. Pocketing this In fact, our recognition parade would be a poorer only need look at this award winner for inspiration
trophy for seven consecutive years, we don’t believe place for not accommodating the large green hat that’s who joined for a flexible way of making money so she
that anyone can beat them now (yes, that is an official become synonymous with the pair. Yes, it’s John could continue her studies and look after her young
challenge and, yes, we expect you to rise to it!) Morgan and Gilly McCrone. daughter at the same time. Congratulations go to
Senior Distributor, Kimberley Sunter!
SED Challenge Cup Executive Challenge Cup
ALF AND CAROL BELL
GEOFF AND FIONA WEBB
Distributor of the Year Award
GAVIN SCOTT AND BONNIE ARAPES
The SED Challenge Cup – awarded for The Executive Challenge Cup – awarded for
outstanding executive group sales outstanding executive group sales
Distributor of the Year 2009
This couple don’t seem in any danger of slowing What a year 2009 was for this Distributorship. They
The shiniest of shiny trophies, being named the
down. Last year, along with their team, they nabbed showed a massive 58.5% year-on-year growth in
Distributor of the Year is the pinnacle of success when
three of our trophies as well as qualifying for their business, snapped up the double qualifying for
it comes to our awards. The coveted title for 2009 was
Destinations galore. Now they’re back to take the title Cyprus and Cape Town, progressed to Gold
awarded to a Distributorship that soared not one, not
of SED Challenge Cup winners for a second year in a Executive Distributor status and bagged themselves
two, but FOUR levels up the Sales Plan to Silver
row – it’s Silver Senior Executive Distributors, Geoff a rather nice Mini Cooper in the process. We can’t
Premier Executive, earning themselves a rather cool
and Fiona Webb. think of anyone more deserving to be our Executive
£43,000 cheque for Period 12. It is, of course, the
Challenge Cup winners than Alf and Carol Bell.
highly deserving Gavin Scott and Bonnie Arapes.
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EDINBURGH. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn MacDonald at Mawr (EzeReach: 0121 314 9785) and Geoff & Diane
COMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS email@example.com. Owen (EzeReach: 0121 314 4870)
16 Jan Kleeneze Ireland New Year Showcase – THE 9 Feb (second Tuesday of each month) BOM meetings at www.birminghambom.co.uk.
RADISSON BLU HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT Carlisle. Border Gate Premier Inn, Carleton, CARLISLE 28 Jan (25/02, 29/04, 27/05, 24/06, 29/07, 26/08, 30/09, 28/10,
2-9 Mar Kleeneze Spring Destination 2010 – CAPE TOWN CA4 OAD Tel: 01228 633311. 7.30pm for 8pm start. All 25/11) Showcase Opportunity Briefing, Tottenham Green
4 Sept Kleeneze Xmas Showcase – THE NIA, distributors and prospects/guests welcome. Hosts Alistair Leisure Centre, The Gold Room, First Floor, 1 Philip Lane,
BIRMINGHAM Townsend and Malcolm Bullough and will feature a LONDON N15 4JA. 7.30pm. Registration for 7.45pm start.
11 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Xmas Showcase – THE presentation of the opportunity and a guest speaker. For Special guest speakers each month. £3 per
RADISSON BLU HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT information, contact: Alistair Townsend 01228 528126 distributorship, guest free. Everyone welcome! Hosts:
6-13 Nov Kleeneze Destination 2010 – HONG KONG email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Malcolm Bullough 01228 Gary Dixon and team. Contact 07973 712 425,
675553 e mail: email@example.com. I.T.S.113915, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
13 Feb (every four weeks) Opportunity Meeting at the Whitwood 1 Feb (26/4, 21/6, 19/8, 11/10 13/12) ELTHAM open evening.
TRAINING MEETINGS - 2010 COUNTRYWIDE Inn, Pioneer Way, CASTLEFORD, WF10 5TG (1/4 mile jct We may have changed to Bi-monthly but we are still the
24 Jan FastForward Northwest Millionaires meeting at the 31 M62). 7.30pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. only open evening in South London. Open to Blue and
Holiday Inn, Wood Lane, Beechwood, RUNCORN, WA7 Please note smart dress. Hosts Graham and Georgina Red Groups. 7:30pm registration for prompt 8:00pm start,
3HA. Just off junction 12 of the westbound M56. Doors Long, Eze 01937 858018. ends around 9:30pm, then relax for a drink and a sizzle in
open 11.00 for 12.00 noon start. Still only £8 including a our own comfortable Bar & Lounge. Still only £3 per
free bumper raffle. Speakers include, Bronze Executive distributorship, guests free, dress code: smart casual.
Tim Pace, Silver SEDs Ram & Sylvia Laing, Gold SED Lyn SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, Eltham,
McDonald, Silver Premier Andy Stephenson. Further 18 Jan (First Monday of each Period – 22/2; 22/3; 19/4; 17/5; London SE9 1AA. Contact Joyce & Pete Rowe on 020
details from Mel Wilson 01524 720192. 14/6; 12/7; 9/8; 6/9; 4/10; 1/11; 29/11) Westcountry Open 8463 7133 or Ezereach 020 3393 2408 or email:
7 Feb (every four weeks) Freedom Training. 10.00am – 1.00pm Evening at Padbrook Park Hotel, Cullompton, DEVON email@example.com
(doors open at 9.30am) Best Western Moat House Hotel, EX15 1RU (signposted 5 mins from J28 on M5). All from 2 Feb (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity
Festival Way, Etruria, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST1 5BQ. Red and Blue groups welcome. Prospect focused Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St
Guest speaker: Michael Khatkar. Bookings only, £6.00 per Business Opportunity Presentation, Book Stall, Bids table, Leonards, RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm .
person. Please send cheques (payable to A de Caso) to: Testimonials, raffle and business related stands. Booking for 8pm start, £2.50 per distributor, Guests Free! Business
Adele & Jaime de Caso, 38 Poplar Close, Blythe Bridge, in starts from 7.00 pm. and the event starts at 8pm. dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton and Sue Marshall on
Stoke-on-Trent ST11 9RJ (names will be held at the door, Distributors £3 per person or £4 per couple. Guests 01425 480675 or Ezereach 02380987429
no tickets are sent out) Business dress only please, FREE. Ample parking. Accommodation, meals, coffee
9 Feb (09/03; 06/04; 04/05; 01/06; 29/06; 27/07; 24/08; 21/09;
everyone welcome. For further information, please call and bar available. Contact Sheelagh & Paul 01392
19/10; 16/11). Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn (next
01260 218574. 462710 (Ezereach 01803 898592) or Nigel & Lucinda
to Premier Inn), Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL,
01392 874412 (Ezereach 01803 898652).
20 Feb (20/3; 17/4; 22/5; 19/6; 17/7; 14/8; 11/9; 16/10; 13/11; BS35 3LL. 8.00pm start. Business dress please.
11/12) Going For Gold. At: The Globe Hotel, Tuesday 18 Jan (15/2; 15/2; 12/4; 10/5; 7/6; 5/7; 2/8; 30/8; 27/9; 25/10; Distributors £2.50 per head, guests FREE. Host: Andy
Market Place, KINGS LYNN, Norfolk.PE30 1EZ (Use hotel 22/11; 20/12) Norwich Business Opportunity Evening, Cooper, E/R: 0117 911 7561.
entrance in Kings Street, opposite ’Prezzo’) 7.30pm for Holiday Inn, Ipswich Road, NORWICH, NR4 6EP 7.30pm ,
9 Feb (9/3; 6/4; 4/5; 1/6; 29/6; 27/7; 24/8; 21/9; 19/10; 16/11;
8pm prompt start. Business Dress only please. £2.50 per for 8pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Business
14/12) Hemel Hempstead Opportunity Meeting, Holiday
person. Guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact Ann & dress please. Contact Stephen on 07810 126010.
Inn, Breakspear Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2 4UA.
John Coe on 01553 829241 or Ezereach 01553 888118. 20 Jan (17/02, 17/03, 14/04, 12,05, 09/06, 07/07, 1/09, 29/09, £3 per distributor, guests free. 7.30pm for 8pm start.
27/10, 24/11) Open Opportunity Meeting at The Summit Business dress please. Hosts: Rosina & Frank Pocock.
Centre, Pavilion Road, Kirkby In Ashfield, NOTTINGHAM, Tel: 01442 256405.
OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND NG17 7LL. Junction 27 or 28 of the M1. 8pm - 9.30pm.
15 Feb (15/03, 19/04, 17/05, 21/06, 19/07, 20/09, 18/10, 15/11,
16 Jan (every four weeks) Aberdeen Opportunity and Training Telephone 01623 752008. Hosts: Margaret & Mike
13/12) South East Open Evening Bracknell. Welcomes
Meeting, Holiday Inn Express – Aberdeen Exhibition Drayton 01623 722500, or e-mail
Blue & Red Groups across the Network. Join us for an
Centre, Parkway East, Bridge of Don, ABERDEEN, AB23 firstname.lastname@example.org.
evening of FUN with Opportunity Presentations and
8AJ. 10am – 1pm, £3. Contact Lynn Macdonald at 20 Jan (17/02. 17/03, 14/04, 12/05, 09/06, 07/07, 04/08, 1/09, Kleeneze Stories. Hospitality Suite (upstairs), Bracknell
email@example.com or Tel: 01506 414456. 29/09, 27/10, 24/11) Essex Business Opportunity Meeting Leisure Centre, Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Berks,
19 Jan (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Meeting, at the Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 RG12 9SE. 7.45pm for 8.30pm start. Distributors £3 -
Ramada Jarvis Hotel, Ingram St, GLASGOW 8pm- 9pm. 5NF, J28 – M25. 7.30 for 8pm start. Business Dress guests FREE Business dress please. Contact Debbie
Contact Lynn Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org or please. Everyone welcome, hosts Richard and Vanadis. Gee on 01628 626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540.
Tel: 01506 414456. EzeReach: 01206 804 635.
25 Jan (22/2; 22/3; 19/4; 17/5; 14/6; 12/7; 9/8; 6/9; 4/10; 1/11; 25 Jan 22/2, 22/3, 19/4, 17/5, 14/6, Business Opportunity Open
29/11) Titans Training and Opportunity Meeting, Change Evening, Everyone Welcome, Supreme Inns, Bicker bar THE NETHERLANDS
of venue - Cedar Court Hotel, Mayo Avenue, Off Rooley Roundabout, BOSTON A17/A52 junction, registration 23 Jan (20/2; 20/3; 17/4; 15/5; 12/6; 10/7; 7/8; 11/9; 2/10; 30/10;
Lane, BRADFORD, BD5 8HW, 7.30pm for 8pm start. 7.30pm, £3 per person, Hosts:- Andy & Amanda Holland 27/11; 18/12) Hotel van der Valk de Cantharel, Van
Everyone welcome. Contact Neil Young on 07932 965 email:- email@example.com Eze-Reach Golsteinlaan 20, 7339 GT APELDOORN. Guest Speaker
071 or Ezereach: 0113 350 8763. Number:- 01553 886597 Michael Khatkar. 1pm – 3pm. Email Rita & Frank
27 Jan (every four weeks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, The 27 Jan (every 4 weeks) Birmingham Open BOM. The Plough & Kamsteeg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Windmill, a purpose built Conference and Seminar Harrow Hotel, 135 Hagley Road, BIRMINGHAM. 7.45pm
Centre, Dalton Piercy, HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly registration for an 8pm prompt start. Ample free parking, Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in
on A19, just north of Wynyard Park turn-off. Open good reception areas & bar for team sizzles & meeting your area? Let us know, at email@example.com
meeting, everyone welcome. 8pm Start £2.50 per head. your guests. Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access and we will include them in our weekly meetings diary.
Guests free Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Sue to the room (upstairs). Only £3 per distributorship, guests
DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY.
Phoenix 01642 918340 / Peter Neesham 01642 918258. free (bring loads & see your business grow). If you want
2 Feb (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, 2010 to be your best year ever – don’t wait till then – your
CHANGE OF VENUE – Premier Inn, Haymarket, 2010 business starts NOW. Hosts Gerard & Claire Tucker-
Thousands of prizes on the day! (continued) CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3
Opportunity DVDs Verity & Richard Bloor, Jacqueline Akhurst & Steven Ellis, David & Megan Saville, Camilla & David Cadman, Anne Chambers Kleeneze
Branded Waterproofs Chaitali & Ajit Nath, William Tonner, Paul Meikle, Mike Perkins, Mark & Christine Bell Kleeneze Branded Polo Shirts Glenn & Claire
Few, Hugh Smith, Cynthia & Peter Hayes, Alan Leech, Maurice & Lisa Edwards Ralph New Year Showcase ticket refunds Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox,
Gordon & Judy Seldon, Amanda & William Hodgson, Paul & Carolyn Blaxall, Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks, Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee, Jason Morris, Alison
& Robert Maris, Robin Hockley, Christopher & Lynne Marshall, Kate & Lee Russell, Sandra & Ian Mansley, Ian & Elizabeth Lennon, Peter & Mary Kettle, Deborah &
Alan Dewar, Keith Lovell, Andrew Townhill, Mark & Alison Bird, Paul Brown & Nicola Mitchell, Georgina & Phil Gale, John & Shelagh Irving, John Slater, Keith
Cartwright, Daphne Scott & Paul Youngson, Stephen & Rebecca Gilbert, Richard & Ranti Fallowfield, Lee & Fiona Henshaw, Richard Howe, Elizabeth & Martin
Lloyd, Lee Jones, Diane Robertson & Gary Drinkwater, Helen & Simon Colam, Paul White, Richard & Kim White, Charlotte Sowerby & Stephen Howell, David Elt
& Jill Burton, Gail & Darren Drew, Stephen & Laine Shepherd, Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent, Ann & John Coe, Dipal Jayanti, Graham & Georgina Long, Barry &
Nina Mitchell, Tracey Esteves & Linda Woolf, Stephen & Samantha Holmes, Peter & Karen Yearsley, Iain Maccallum & Kelly Johnstone, Dennis Puckering, Jasper &
Helen Brawn, Pierce & Janet Hartley Limited Edition Kleeneze Fleeces Joyce & James Holden, Philip Paxton, Michael & Kim Bernie, Janet & Roger Bowen,
Marcus Rogers, Adrian & Carol Pope, Jean Sidhu & Antony Watkins, Stefan Frienling, Karen & Peter Flitton, Trish & Lee Fisher, William & Sharon Stevenson,
Angus Mcewan, Mel & Glenn Tyler, Carol Hone, Debra & Tony Williams, Marcell & Joanne Treanor, Colin & Sarby Turnbull, Tracey Burton & Gary Todd, David
Wilson & Julie Knight, Alan Davey & Wendy Herwig Avanti Holidays (flights to the value of £500) Donald & Barbara Davies, Judit Ugrin & Laszlo Varga,
Mikaela & Andrew Brown, Lyn & Tony Davies Cyprus Holidays Nigel Stott & Eunice Freer, Jennifer & Martin Amos, Susan Alexander-Barnes, Pauline Cave &
Alan Parmenter, Susan & Craig Hickson, Di & Marc Webster.
15.01.10 Issue 02 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 13 – COMBINED
100,000 And Above Christopher & Louise Brown 31,589.95 Chantele & Barry Travis 14,896.98 Peter Gallant & Claire Mckay 9,586.12
Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,136,782.42 John & Sophia Clements 31,510.99 Clive & Pamela Lennard 14,730.82 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 9,524.26
Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,132,372.94 Tracy & David Sheehan 31,456.95 Stephen Clark 14,728.06 Veronica Nixon 9,503.59
Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,104,763.66 Alison & Michael Ogden 31,032.59 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 14,646.60 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 9,417.33
Bob Webb 1,130,041.40 Ram & Joginder Singh 30,745.85 Carole & James Sunter 14,488.44 Christine & Jim Foster 9,370.40
Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 915,667.55 John & Jenny Holden 30,353.64 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 14,324.30 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 9,359.23
Terry Carr 776,466.26 Graham & Georgina Long 30,096.80 James Dale & Claire Daniels 14,123.49 Lorraine & Mark Collins 9,336.35
Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 776,075.63 Michael & Sandra Laydon 29,771.05 Mike & Dawn Gough 13,976.48 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 9,262.23
John & Jeanette Hawkes 567,849.43 Angela & Stephen Burchell 29,575.39 Cheryl & David Amison 13,944.29 Caroline & Simon Harvey 9,250.15
Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 381,034.44 Steven Clements 29,575.39 Sunil Popat 13,944.29 Sharon & Craig Davis 9,241.33
Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 364,372.57 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 29,523.57 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 13,944.29 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 9,225.39
Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 363,058.01 Richard & Clare Chantler 29,351.58 Roger & Simon Mantle 13,940.36 Henry & Diana Crosby 9,223.46
Gillian Nicholson 351,498.05 Andrew & Sue Boswell 29,052.36 Kevin Sands 13,908.03 Caroline & Mark Sellars 9,171.60
Muriel & Tony Judson 348,220.13 Trevor Mitchell 28,841.01 Paul Meikle 13,878.48 Stephen & Barbara Courtney 9,115.85
Mike & Amanda Bibby 340,781.84 Deborah & Allan Dewar 28,778.42 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 13,834.72 Peter & Angela Bach 9,115.85
Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 328,723.09 Caroline & Philip Thompson 28,572.55 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 13,746.21 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 9,058.59
Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 298,775.26 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 28,089.00 Trevor & Janet Rawding 13,657.50 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 9,023.25
Peter & Jackie White 290,698.08 Trish & Lee Fisher 27,998.03 Linda & Tony Gower 13,608.69 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 8,999.65
Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 287,464.05 Alexandra Tuesley 27,894.08 Donna & Charles Warr 13,554.52 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 8,982.99
Terence & Jean Ash 272,550.20 Susan & David Darton 27,631.65 Michael Amor-Wilkes 13,548.03 Terry Drew 8,978.09
Gary & Esther Watson 270,852.48 Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 26,924.97 Michael & Janet Wallace 13,323.67 Anthony & Susan Peacham 8,969.38
Robert Gibbons 187,021.45 Tom & Bernadette Hingley 26,858.35 Pamela Jarvis 13,119.38 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 8,913.51
Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 169,242.60 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 26,552.39 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 13,079.24 Marcus & Joyce Emerson 8,887.94
Claire & Peter Rea 165,130.83 Jack Kirby 26,300.51 Lesley Burroughs 13,034.36 Beryl Wynter & Aaron Smalling 8,840.84
Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 160,048.65 Allan Ledwidge 26,272.60 Tim Sandom 12,944.84 Chris & Nicky Evans 8,800.74
John & Sarah Mckie 149,529.03 Anthony Greeves 26,029.68 Gavin Thomson 12,905.09 Sadie O’Boyle 8,759.34
David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 140,997.46 Carole & Benny Morris 25,993.08 Keith & Helen Sandland 12,844.62 Cath & John Wilkinson 8,720.51
Vie & Keith Robertson 137,801.58 Martin & Yvonne Boyce 25,967.11 Martyn Cunningham 12,823.56 Susan Clements 8,688.77
Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes 132,680.86 David Pope 25,293.26 Bev & Dave Townsend 12,794.64 Paul & Gosia Hammond 8,667.34
Tony & Katharine Briffa 129,943.89 Kerry & Paul Stonall 25,217.09 David Potter 12,722.90 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 8,613.37
Victor & Una Brown 113,628.94 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 25,216.35 Paul Flintoft 12,618.17 Jacqueline Akhurst & Steven Ellis 8,600.11
Margaret & Roy Japp 112,457.86 Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 25,005.59 Mark & Sarah Wildman 12,600.41 William & Agnes Burgess 8,598.34
Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 102,066.92 Julie Collier & Peter Richards 24,550.18 James & Jane White 12,576.31 Steven Bond & Susan Blunt 8,582.80
Justin & Olivera Toner 24,420.25 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 12,527.43 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 8,564.73
Declan O’Neill 24,420.25 Omran Zaman 12,427.72 David & Heather Flannagan 8,555.06
35,000 And Above John & Janice Halsall 24,306.66 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 12,267.35 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 8,522.57
Robert & Mary Higgins 99,313.55 Alan Meldrum 23,930.52 Patrick & Helen Loftus 12,215.06 John & Kath Clease 8,498.91
Jill Corlett 98,838.24 Chris & Julia Norton 23,602.75 Stanley & Roy Stewart 12,124.65 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 8,486.59
Gordon & Judy Seldon 98,261.10 Angela & Norman Campbell 23,247.64 Elaine & Martin Spafford 12,123.34 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 8,447.47
Heather & James O’Neil 97,874.96 Marcell & Joanne Treanor 23,147.85 Tavis Taylor 12,077.86 Michael & Anne Barnaville 8,439.56
Craig & Magdalena White 91,289.38 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 23,099.90 Ivan Darch 12,043.38 Jane & Howard Philpott 8,421.18
Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 90,372.86 Graham & Catherine Hyde 22,938.33 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 12,038.71 Karen & Steven Glew 8,420.35
John & Steven Sharp 89,947.52 Nicola & Jerome Neville 22,484.07 Timothy & Tina Pace 11,932.56 Seamus & Clare Houghton 8,402.74
Hazel & John Stephen 87,229.08 Julie & Anthony Cornick 22,272.83 Wendy Fielding 11,879.77 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 8,388.88
Dave & Susie Horton 82,664.53 Jane & John Dunkerley 22,224.32 Markus Klötzer & Petra Romoser 11,829.43 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 8,358.17
Mel & Irene Wilson 82,512.83 Brian Manchester 22,032.01 Harry Hancock 11,798.48 Sandra Brown 8,358.17
Sue & Geoffrey Burras 81,214.88 Debbie Gee & David White 21,956.31 Bill & Joyce Rowe 11,796.63 Darryl Allen 8,358.17
Sue & Steve Ferguson 74,927.84 Karim Karmali 21,955.82 Sarah Jenkins 11,796.63 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 8,354.25
Phil & Jean Warrington 73,086.20 Keith & Patricia Phillips 21,730.77 Mary Hession & Geraldine Twamley 11,558.80 Christine & Con Browning 8,345.90
Lauren & Peter Jackson 69,351.84 Amanda & Andrew Holland 21,570.80 Kimberley Sunter 11,398.07 Craig & Linda Lomas 8,253.20
Stephani & Bill Neville 68,974.65 Angela & James Macleod 21,270.05 Declan & Monica Manning 11,390.13 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 8,245.80
David & Rosie Bibby 68,609.55 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 21,263.46 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 11,322.49 William & Sharon Stevenson 8,215.50
Nuala & Ronan Mcdonald 66,724.49 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 21,071.32 Karen & Peter Flitton 11,291.28 Diane & Geoff Owen 8,198.97
Michael & Jean Day 65,477.23 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 20,080.84 Barbara Margaret Webb 11,210.77 Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman 8,194.08
Ramon & Sylvia Laing 64,315.21 Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 20,025.94 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 11,187.76 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 8,171.23
Steve & Debbie Roper 63,672.24 Debra & Oliver Pusey 19,895.24 Catherine & Stephen Lord 11,151.92 Claire & Paul Howells 8,166.80
David & Samantha Branch 61,229.57 Alf & Carol Bell 19,886.86 Philip & Alison Wimbles 11,145.91 Ian & Pauline Pilkington 8,163.26
Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 58,544.95 Cindy & David Brown 19,810.45 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 11,131.75 Jeanette & David Ward 8,124.97
John & Wendy English 57,543.65 Robert Wellock 19,810.45 William & Jane Warrington 11,109.03 Kelly & Steve Elliott 8,113.22
Judy Jodrell 57,458.90 Gerwyn Duggan 19,641.10 Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 11,102.41 Norman & Joanne Grundy 8,104.60
Stephen & Debra Nell 53,182.57 Robert Gould 19,641.10 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 11,096.55 John Rees & Diane Mowels 8,090.13
Mark & Delfina Prosser 52,427.61 Steve & Cathy Chambers 19,586.45 Peter & Cathy Legg 11,089.95 Sarah Trim 8,017.38
Brian Harwood 52,147.58 Keith & Veronica King 19,422.63 Jen & Garry Luke 11,085.86 Bentley & Catherine Knight 7,980.05
Peter & Myrna Wellock 51,334.24 Kodwo Anderson 19,422.63 Joanne & Tim Powell 11,083.57 Stuart & Maureen Orr 7,979.19
Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 51,306.55 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 19,193.58 Linda Charles 11,081.32 Christine & Ian Brennan 7,975.92
Eve & Norman Branch 51,306.55 Seph O’Connell & Sarah Watson 19,168.48 John & Lesley Mcnally 11,081.32 Pierce & Janet Hartley 7,886.47
Glenn & Caroline Royston 47,507.56 Joseph O’Donnell 18,931.39 Paul Melville 11,080.67 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 7,881.72
Helen Brooks 44,843.23 David Belcher 18,817.04 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 11,025.03 Julian & Karen Pike 7,874.25
James Curtis 44,769.35 John Smith 18,623.18 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 10,989.35 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 7,843.45
Roger & Barbara Green 44,334.81 Denise & Stephen Neal 18,591.74 Michael Godwin 10,815.97 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 7,835.11
John & Anne Donaldson 44,273.13 Richard & Helen Peuleve 18,554.70 Lyn & Tony Davies 10,741.38 Liz & Andy Gowland 7,830.24
Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 44,006.73 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 18,553.93 Ann & John Coe 10,713.79 Linda & Steve Tinkler 7,819.95
Rosina & Frank Pocock 43,248.73 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 18,514.46 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 10,704.57 John Greenwood 7,799.08
Michelle Kennedy 43,226.48 Brian & Gay Redstone 18,477.65 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 10,575.55 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 7,796.10
Craig & Mary Hawkes 43,004.25 Colin & Charlene Sadler 18,449.99 Barry & Nina Mitchell 10,573.80 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 7,787.11
Karen & Neil Young 41,716.29 Phil Curtis 18,361.28 Linda & Ian Stanley 10,560.58 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 7,784.48
Helen & Paul Allgood 41,430.62 Abigail Colclough 17,720.10 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall 10,459.98 Stuart Chantler & Claire Garrod 7,762.44
John & Christine Prosser 41,163.31 Gareth & Gil Duffy 17,579.27 David & Jenny Gerry 10,396.02 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 7,755.99
Steven & Sarah Curtis 39,649.26 Rosemary & Christopher Day 17,526.13 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 10,389.56 Michael Collin & Gwendoline Hannan 7,747.89
Eamonn & Anne Roe 39,604.26 Gloria & Clive Davies 17,487.63 Amy Warrington 10,380.41 Glyn Thomas 7,717.74
Andy & Carolyn Cooper 39,498.18 Clare & Martin Whitelock 17,464.69 Terry Hayden 10,311.70 Kevin Rider 7,709.15
Sylvia & Jack Hood 39,376.74 Gaynor Morgan 17,410.99 June & David Love 10,273.29 Gail & Darren Drew 7,690.87
Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 39,165.36 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 17,410.76 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 10,235.51 Ronnie & Chris Mclachlan 7,682.71
Belinda & Peter Clarke 38,125.88 Terry & Jane Hodge 17,342.20 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 10,184.20 Dean & Rachel Rothwell 7,676.36
Debbie & Trevor Collins 37,172.70 Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 17,173.57 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 10,183.63 Anthony Mervin 7,674.97
Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 37,054.23 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 17,138.02 Christopher Conroy 10,183.63 Pete Gill & Amy Kisnorbo 7,665.20
Su & Jas Bains 36,977.37 Alison & Kevin Thomas 17,024.53 John & Mary Marsh 10,170.77 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 7,661.08
Geoff & Fiona Webb 36,812.84 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 16,984.51 Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee 10,149.53 Karl-Josef & Brigitte Mergler 7,642.85
Jay Singh 36,583.25 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 16,741.02 Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 10,128.09 David & Lynn Bole 7,608.80
Adele & Jaime De Caso 35,600.66 Doug & Sandra Roper 16,520.74 Richard & Greta Brownridge 10,016.50 John & Jenny Caton 7,606.74
Malcolm Ashmore 35,600.66 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 16,380.59 Michael & Mercy Radbourne 7,604.34
John Webb & Kathryn Price 35,430.37
Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 35,404.15
Sharon & Andrew Bird 16,234.93 7,500 And Above Paula Macleod & Pierre De Spa 7,598.69
Ron & Judy Speirs 16,222.44 Patricia Fisher 9,986.01 Adrian Fisher 7,594.86
Andrew & Cheryl Williams 15,949.62 Stephen & Laine Shepherd 9,969.68 Marie Andrews 7,594.86
15,000 And Above Darren & Christina Simmons 15,735.94 Janet & Terry Mulley 9,888.67 Elaine Hilder 7,593.70
Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 34,504.50 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 15,714.82 Michael & Lianne Rust 9,888.67 Clare Haines 7,593.70
Toby Acton & Donna Gold 34,243.97 Gill & Donato Sepe 15,510.41 Robert Young & Clare Mears 9,880.84 Georgina Marshall & Will Goodger 7,587.32
Rhian & E Anthony Jones 34,099.31 Warren & Pamela Sewell 15,213.57 John & Karina Beesley 9,842.71 Peter & Caren Neesham 7,575.73
Melanie & Andrew Wilson 33,858.40 Peter & Jean Monroe 15,034.65 Ian & Carol Parker 9,787.98 Richard Howe 7,563.35
Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 32,973.70 Andrew & Denise Hunt 9,684.08 Susan Walton 7,529.87
Michael & Susan Pirie 32,471.05 10,000 And Above David & Christine Rhodes 9,653.92 Emma & Chris Shafe 7,518.52
Derrick & Maria Longwright 31,761.97 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 14,942.59 Angela Wallace 9,606.79
* Please note: Bulk Sales Figures (combined) for Period 12 are now available to view on the DSA
ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 02 15.01.10
THERE’S SNOW BUSINESS LIKE KLEENEZE
Distributors? We think you should be renamed ‘Troopers’. Thousands of
you braved the icy roads and snow to join us on Saturday for our
occasion, but watched the whole thing live on the Internet in our own
home. What a brilliant idea.
explosive launch into 2010. Unfortunately, overly treacherous We were glued to the screen the whole time. It was without a doubt
conditions in some parts of the country meant that some physically the best Showcase to date. The speakers were all inspirational and truly
couldn’t attend the Showcase, no matter how desperate they were to motivational; the amount of prizes awarded was absolutely mind-
be there. blowing. Plus the cookery session was very enlightening and
However, here at Kleeneze, we like to embrace the challenges and so, entertaining.
for the first time ever, the Showcase went world wide as we broadcast Congratulations to Bob Webb on his excellent talk and also to Gavin
live on the Internet and Bonnie on becoming Distributors of the Year once again.
“Friday 8 January, 4.30pm, and the panic sets in as the car windscreen We were delighted to see that Destination X has now been confirmed
split into several long cracks! Next slot for a new one? Monday. First as Hong Kong. We attended the last Kleeneze Conference there back in
Showcase we’ve missed in years and we were totally gutted. the early 90s and it was a brilliant experience - not to be missed.
Woke up grumpy on Saturday morning, but at 10.30am the Blackberry We both feel that our batteries have now been re-charged and look
buzzes with an email from Kleeneze. “Showcase streaming live on the forward to going onwards and upwards this year.
Internet.” Fantastic! It was home Showcase Sizzle time!
Barbara and Alan Peachey, Bronze Senior Executive Distributors
Congratulations on a great idea for anyone who couldn’t attend for
unforeseen or personal reasons and would otherwise be there. We “I was really disappointed when I had to cancel Birmingham due to
think this will also encourage others to get there and soak up the snow, but I would just like to say how delighted I am that I can watch
amazing atmosphere. online! It’s almost like being there.
Thanks again for starting our New Year on a massive high. Thank you for offering this as an alternative – I really appreaciated it.”
Andy and Jane Martin, Silver Distributors Susan Walton, Gold Distributor up in the frozen north
east of Scotland!
“Unfortunately we were unable to attend the Showcase on this
A brrrrr-illiant week for Kleeneze and Parcelforce
The snow offered up some interesting challenges to both the Network and our Just wanted to send you a picture of our newest team
supplier Parcelforce. It seems that nothing’s going to stop you though and, even member, Camilla. We thought you should see this as we
better, you’re having a great time too! have never seen such commitment and dogged
“It took us 3 hours on Thursday to dig our car out onto the drive and a further determination from anyone. She turned up this morning
hour on Friday, with the help of our neighbours, to clear the close so we could get ready to go and deliver whatever the weather threw at her!”
to the Showcase. We were packed with our survival kit and set off early Saturday Mark and Alison Bird, Silver Distributors
morning to pick up a team member, James Martin, who had cycled 3 miles to “Just so you know, a little bit of
meet us. snow isn’t going to put me off retailing! Bring it on!”
The Showcase was great and the boost everyone needed from the challenges of Dave Reeve and Steph Bond, Silver Distributors
the last few weeks. However, when we arrived home we had another fantastic
“We had to hunt a bit to
surprise. Our Kleeneze order had arrived in perfect condition (most of our post has
find banks open to pay
been arriving through the letter box soaking wet!). It is packed and we are clearing
into our account!
the snow from yesterday to get out and deliver the goods before the forecast of
However, a bit of snow
20cms arrives this evening.
doesn’t stop us and our
Well done for a great Showcase and pass our thanks onto Parcelforce for a job customers are getting used to us collecting books
well done!” on the right day what ever the weather! After all 3
Diane and Bob Goulding, Bronze Executive Distributors inches isn’t worth getting excited about!”
Gill and Jon Barry, Silver Distributors
“I would just like to say a massive thank you to all at Kleeneze. Parcelforce came
today with the second part of my order…on a Sunday! Wow!” “I heard that we were in for snow in our area this
Belinda Clarke, Silver Executive Distributor weekend so I thought I’d just drop a few catalogues
near my house to customers only. The results speak for
“According to the news this country has come to a standstill and snow has reached
themselves; I put out 28 books and on foot in heavy
the top of the Old Trafford stands.
snow I collected back in 25 including knocking on the
Nonetheless, my Kleeneze order that I put in on Tuesday, arrived on time. Well doors for them, I collected £102. Just over
done and a big thank you to the Kleeneze and Parcelforce staff who braved it into £4 per catalogue.”
work and got my order to me. This has enabled me to do my bit and deliver the Nick Sassanelli, Silver Distributor
goods to our customers on the day I told them Iwould.”
Mike Bradley, Silver Distributor “Last year, I was sitting in a stuffy office with no
window, just yearning to get out into the snow and
“Can you please pass on our deepest thanks to the staff at the Service Centre and have some fun! Well, nothing stops us retailing now! I
the wonderful guys at Parcelforce. Despite messages of delayed deliveries in these collected catalogues in the snow using my son’s sledge and it was such fun, I had
dreadful weather conditions, the orders we placed on Monday and Tuesday this to stop myself jumping in the snow and doing snow angels! It was such fun whilst
week have arrived today, Thursday, before 10am!” earning our extra cash for Christmas!”
Sheelagh and Paul Humphries, Gold Distributors Nicola Mitchell, Silver Distributor
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