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    • BULLETIN 19.03.10 Issue 10 ORDINARY PEOPLE LIVING EXTRAORDINARY LIVES There’s a reason Destination qualifiers will tell you that ‘you have to be It’s not until you reach the top of Table Bay Mountain with its there’. Nothing (no, not even EWB!) can do justice to describing a magnificent views and are handed a glass of champagne to officially Kleeneze Destination. Yes, we can tell you about staying in an ultra- toast your arrival on the Spring Destination 2010 that you will take in luxurious hotel with breathtaking views of Table Bay. But until you walk how far you’ve come. How worthwhile all the work it took to qualify into that suite and take a look outside your window, you cannot for Cape Town truly was. comprehend. Perhaps, when you think back to your pre-Kleeneze job when you We can, and will, tell you about the abundance of 5-star cuisine that’s would work above and beyond the call of duty simply to receive a available to you at every opportunity. But until you’re sat in the bonus or a firm handshake of gratitude, you can recognise what an company of other Distributors with a plateful of mouth-watering food extraordinary business this really is. in front of you and a never-empty wine glass, you cannot realise. We hope you can, because the next stop is Hong Kong. Don’t be the You’ll hear tales of travelling around the Cape Peninsula on a speed one who hears about it from others. Be the one who experiences this boat, basking in the sun, spotting seals and holding on incredibly amazing adventure. Be the one who has worked the hardest to tight! However, unless you’re on that boat laughing your socks off achieve this incredible reward. Be the one who can say with with not a care in the world, you will not understand. conviction, ‘you need to be on one of these Destinations, because Unless you were there in the Townships of Cape Town, meeting the they’re like nothing you will have ever experienced before’. Be the one inspirational people who are working so hard to turn their and their picking up hints and tips from the top Distributors while forging children’s lives around, creating monumental goals and going onto relationships that will last the length of your business. Be the one who achieve them, you won’t have a grasp on how life-changing these is there. Destinations can be. www.hongkong2010.co.uk 560-068-02
    • REACHING THE SUMMIT OF SUCCESS One cable car, one very large mountain, over 100 Distributors, bucket loads of champagne and a proposal! And we hadn’t even been in Cape Town 24 hours yet! It was 37 degrees when we touched down on South African soil, but there was no time to sit back and bask in the rays. After a quick stop-off (and gorgeous buffet lunch) at the hotel, it was off to the base of Table Mountain. There, several revolving cable cars (gondolas) took everyone to the very top of the mountain where there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and the views of Cape Town were simply magnificent. “You are the heart of Kleeneze,” said Michael Khatkar at the champagne reception on Twelve Apostles Terrace. “Enjoy every second, take back the magic, and have the best week that you’ve ever had.” We then applauded the first-time qualifiers before Michael asked Gold Distributor, Vinny Tsoi to come up and say a few words. And the few words he had to say certainly bowled over one of the Distributors. “Vinny just proposed and I said yes!” said a beaming Lorraine Lawlor a few moments later. “We’re getting married! Thanks to everyone in the team for all their help in getting us here, we really appreciate it. And I hope that they’re all on the next Conference so we can celebrate with them!” She wasn’t the only one smiling. As everyone took in the view, socialised with other qualifiers and supped their champagne, it was the perfect start to the perfect trip. “It’s just sensational,” said Premier Executive Distributor, Craig White. “We’re here on Table Top Mountain, having a champagne reception; who else would do that? You could go away, pay for a five-star holiday yourself, but it’s the extra magic that Kleeneze and being with like-minded people brings that makes this different. Kleeneze makes it 7-stars. Hong Kong is going to be superb.” As the sun went down over the first day in Cape Town, everyone headed off to Gold, one of Cape Town’s top restaurants. The food was stunning – amazing African dishes in a beautiful outdoor setting. However, what was even more fantastic was the entertainment. Traditional singers and drummers took to the tables, with masked puppeteers and Distributors even had the chance to have their face painted – South African style. A truly awesome end to a spectacular day. ”Kleeneze makes it 7-stars” 19.03.10 Issue 10 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
    • RIDING THE WAVES It was an early start for day three, because there was a lot to pack in! First a slap-up breakfast at the hotel – some had even managed to fit in a quick swim before heading down to the extraordinary buffet. Then, full and happy, it was onto the coaches for day two If you were following our Cape Town blog (http://dailydiaries.kleeneze.co.uk), you’ll already know how fond we are of these coach journeys. Firstly, they’re full of excited, mad-cap Distributors. Secondly, we have the most fabulous tour guides and an unbelievably beautiful backdrop along the way. We were split into groups; one travelled along the Atlantic seaboard, via Hout Bay and Chapman’s Peak Drive before stopping off along the way to walk up to the viewpoint overlooking Cape Point. It was supremely beautiful and helped hit home the enormity of this trip. Then it was off to the shore. On the way we saw baboons wandering along the roads (apparently, they’re not so nice to you if you get off the coaches – but from the safety of the vehicle, everyone was enraptured with them!), as well as ostriches preening in the sun! Once everyone had reached the shore line, they climbed into speed boats and went on the most exhilarating ride along the Cape Peninsula. There’s nothing more exciting/fun/thrilling than speeding along the waves under a red hot sun. The seals came out to greet us (Kleeneze-arranged, of course…). A couple of high speed hand-break turns in the water and then it was back for a lobster lunch in the sun, joining the other group who had done the same activities. “We’ve just been on a speed boat trip across the Cape Peninsula,” said a breathless Paul Melville, Gold Distributor. “It’s absolutely amazing riding the waves! This is an incredible first international conference for me. You need to be here. Find the reason why you’re doing the business, get to the meetings, plug into everything and just take action” Other first-time qualifiers were similarly enraptured: “It’s absolutely phenomenal,” explained Richard and Ranti Fallowfield, Senior Distributors. “Going on the speed boat this morning, holding on for dear life and going with the waves! It was amazing. Set your goals and go for this because it’s absolutely excellent.” “The things we’ve been doing – like the cable car up to the top of Table Mountain and riding on speed boats, it’s been absolutely fantastic,” agreed Sheryl and Pete Dutton, Bronze Executive Distributors. And the company has been incredible. You’ve just got to make it to one of these Destinations. Use the criteria to qualify and grow your business at the same time. We can’t take this totally back to people – until you’ve been on one you don’t know how brilliant they are. We’re off to see the penguins now!” They were right – we were! Boulders Beach is a surreal place, full of thousands of penguins basking in the sun. It became even more surreal as our Distributors, falling in love with the little things, checked their Cape Town bags to see if they could fit a penguin in there. Taking p-p-p-pick up a penguin to a whole new level, we thought. “Our highlight had to be seeing the vast array of animals from seals sunbathing just in front of the hotel and dolphins in the harbour to baboons at the side of the road!” said Bronze Senior Distributors, Heather and James O’Neil. “We saw ostriches wandering around at Cape Point and penguins on the beach at Boulders. The wildlife is just incredible here and helped to make this trip one of the most interesting and exciting we have been on.” The evening brought more fine dining at the Silvertree Restaurant. Glasses of bubbly preceded ‘Bobotie’ – a delicious local dish – followed by hot Malva pie – a delectable South African version of sticky toffee pudding! “This is just absolutely awesome,” exclaimed Bronze Executive Distributor, Ivan Darch. “I’ve always wanted to get on an international Destination, so this has been the best accolade for me so far. There’s been a bit of drinking, a bit of socialising, a bit of learning and just having an amazing time. Every day has just been packed doing the most amazing things. “All these Destinations are achievable, you know,” he added. “You need to have the belief and attitude that you can do this. They’re open to everyone. If I can, everyone can!” ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 10 19.03.10
    • “GIVE A MAN FISH AND HE’LL EA HOW TO FISH AND YOU FEED HI Almost everyone has come across the above saying at some point in their life and most definitely throughout the life of their Kleeneze business. However, conference day in Cape Town really showed the power of this phrase and was for many a thought-provoking, even life-changing day. The day started with the conference, held in the beautiful Banqueting Hall of Table Bay Hotel. Everyone showed up to listen to tales from the single-minded, resolute Distributors who held onto their dream and were rewarded for their passion. Speakers included Silver Premier Executive, Amanda Bibby; Gold Distributors John McNally, Stuart Peuleve and Mary Whinfrey; Senior Distributor Garry Luke; Bronze Executive Sandra Roper; Silver Executives Debbie Gee, John Dunkerley and Laura Kelly; Gold Executive Teresa Divers; Silver Senior Executive Sue Burras and Gold Premier Executive Peter White. The speakers inspired, trained and shared their stories with the audience, who were feverishly taking notes to take back to their teams. First-time International qualifiers, John and Lesley McNally said later: “The highlight was sharing my testimonial on stage with my fellow Kleeneze networkers. Being here is the reward of a lifetime. You have to work harder and smarter than ever and work towards Hong Kong.” The inspiration didn’t finish with the morning’s events, though. After another beautiful buffet out on the sun-soaked terrace, the group left for the local townships of the city. The history of apartheid is well-documented, but it was here Distributors saw the all-encompassing effect it had on communities. They visited the shanty towns of Langa and Khayalitsha, where they had a quick drink in a shebeen (local bar), visited a nursery school and Africa’s smallest hotel. It was inspirational and entirely humbling. Slowly, the people of South Africa are regenerating these towns and with their vision, goals and beautiful spirits – they are succeeding. If you ever wanted to see an amazing example of following a dream, it was all here. Many shed a tear at the sheer determination and joy of these people. We were greeted at the local primary school with song and dance, before meeting the key people in these communities that are making a difference. “This has blown our minds,” said Sandra Roper. “You realise that we can be building our businesses to make a difference somewhere else in the world. We’ve seen inspirational mothers that have a passion for life and improving life around here. We visited a woman, Vicky, who must have been through so much, but she’s set up this bed and breakfast so instead of people coming through and looking at – her phrase was ‘us as if we were elephants in a cage’ she’s invited people in and said look this is my neighbourhood and I love it. She’s built a business from that – a real entrepreneur. We moved on to a lady who wanted to look after children so they weren’t on the streets while their parents were out working. She started with eight children, but there was a goal board on the wall, and a vision statement and she now has 90 children that are looked after every day. They’re doing it themselves – they’re building it themselves. They have such pride and positivity. It’s humbling.” 19.03.10 Issue 10 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
    • AT FOR A DAY. TEACH HIM M FOR A LIFETIME” Visiting the Cape Town townships was something that no one could have expected. Please, please ensure you are doing everything you can to qualify for Hong Kong. You cannot miss another Destination, because experiences like these don’t happen every day. “It’s been an amazing day at the Townships,” described Dave Birtwistle. “Seeing the kids and the families and how they all work together. They’ve really got nothing but it’s everything to them. It makes you so humble. It’s been amazing to see – thank you Kleeneze.” “Visiting the townships was the highlight of our trip to Cape Town,” said Sylvia and Ram Laing. “For us personally to see the poverty and deprivation that was there was a humbling moment but we were soon to realise that the community they have is one built on helping each other and belief that things are going to change for the better. Everyone we spoke to were full of hope excitement and passionate about there community. One lady decided that she was sick of seeing children wandering round the streets so she took it upon herself to educate herself and open up a kindergarten. It just took one person in that community to change so many people’s lives and we were just so inspired by so many of the stories we heard. Just think if every one adopted the same principles in this business they too could change so many people’s lives. Adversity does not build character it reveals it. Thank you again for a fantastic experience - one we will always treasure.” “This Destination is absolutely outstanding, the best one yet,” confirmed Sue and Geoff Burras. “We’ve been on a quite a few now and they just get better and better. When we go to different places, we like to immerse ourselves in different cultures, so to see the townships, how they live and how proud the people are was incredible. It’s so moving to see the children singing and see what they’re learning. There’s so much excitement in our team for Hong Kong at the moment. As long as they have the plan in place and are following it, they’ll be there. Lots of lots of activity. Plan, do and review all the time.” “The townships were so inspirational,” agreed Jackie White. “The people there really want to build their lives and build a future for their children and they’re working so hard to do that. When we were there we were specifically told not to give the children anything, because we don’t want them to rely on this and turn to begging. We want to teach them to have self-esteem. What a fantastic philosophy. It made us feel humble to be here.” All the speeches from Cape Town are now up on the Cape Town blog: http://dailydiaries.kleeneze.co.uk ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 10 19.03.10
    • CATALOGUING AND CAGE For many, after jam-packed days of seeing the very best that Cape Town had to offer (and jam-packed nights of seeing what the “On our day of leisure, Gary and I decided to go off and visit Robben Island to see where Nelson Mandela bartenders had to offer), it was a struggle to get from the sun- was held for 18 years. The tour of the island and the loungers to the pool on their day of leisure – bless. prison was very educational, and to see his actual cell However, others took full advantage of their ‘day off’, going off on all all 8ft by 6ft of it was very emotional. manner of wild and whacky excursions and one Distributorship even On our way back, they stopped the ferry in the went off cataloguing! middle of the sea. We thought it had broken down, “Thanks to Kleeneze, I got to but no - there was a whale to the left side of the realise a lifetime dream. On our boat! It was truly amazing. The whole week was wonderful. Thank free day, Lee and I went shark you Kleeneze, you make our dreams come true.” cage diving. I am addicted to Jackie Norris and Gary Cooper, Silver Executive Distributors the water and spent many years “We got picked up from the hotel at 8 o’clock and travelling around the world shipped off to the other side of the island for an teaching diving, along with amazing day. It was something we’d never ever diving with many sharks including hammer heads, black tip, white tip dreamed of doing – shark cage diving out in the and leopard sharks. But the ultimate has to be the Great White Shark. middle of the Atlantic. We saw four or five sharks – Having the opportunity to come face to face with these magnificent the biggest was about 4.5 metres. And they just creatures was something I will treasure for a lifetime. hung around the cages. It was unbelievable. Only Kleeneze really do make dreams come true. Do what ever you have to with Kleeneze could we have done something like do to make sure you don’t miss out on Hong Kong, they say that’s this. From start to finish, the treatment you get on going to be even better (how do they do it?!).” these Destinations is fantastic. You can’t do this on a normal holiday.” Trish and Lee Fisher Robert Branch and Marianna Grineva Bronze Executive Distributors Bronze Executive Distributors THE HEAT IS ON Cape Town was experiencing a heat wave. Temperatures were past the mid 40s and feeling hot, hot, hot. So, what do you give over 100 hot Distributors when in Cape Town? Yes, that’s right – wine. The area of Stellenbosch is home to several wine manufacturers and Distributors were taken out for day of wine tasting in this renowned region. After a tour of the cellars, an informative explanation about various wines and how they are made and an obligatory drink of several glasses of wine, it was back on the coach and off to picnic in the heart of the beautiful countryside. “I’ve never heard wine explained with so much enthusiasm and I’ve learnt so much!” said ex-Distributor of the Year, Jean Day. “I never used to like red wine, but I do now! It’s not just that, though. It’s the setting, the way we’ve been treated. We’ve had the most fantastic day. And we’ve just had a picnic – actually, it was more like a banquet!” Funnily enough, most people took advantage of the coach trip back to the hotel to have a little nap. 47 degrees + wine + good food = sleepy Distributors. “This Destination has been absolutely fabulous,” said Bronze Executive Distributors, Keith and Helen Sandland. “We’ve been wine tasting, to Table Bay Mountain, speed boat rides, lobster lunch – it’s been incredible. Definitely not like your average holiday! We’ve seen and done so much.” “It’s been a wonderful experience,” agreed Gold Distributors, Pete and Mary Whinfrey “I don’t think we’ve had any sleep! We went on the power boat rides which was an amazing experience. We’ve seen penguins, seals, all sorts of flora and wildlife. And the food has been excellent – I think the first job when we get home will be to go on a diet!” 19.03.10 Issue 10 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
    • E DIVING IN CAPE TOWN! “Customers of ours, Gilli and David have a property in Noordhoek Cape Here we are standing beside a former 5 foot squadron Town, so when we found out where lightning aircraft. Walking into the Spring Destination 2010 was, we the hangar and smelling the said to them that we would deliver aviation fuel transported us their catalogues to them when we back more than 20 years to qualified, therefore continuing our our days in the Royal Air Force regular service! Here we are giving where we first met. We could them their latest Kleeneze catalogues!” never have achieved this visit Richard Houseago and Vanadis Fox by ourselves. Only in Bronze Executive Distributors Kleeneze!” “We’ve spent our day off doing quite a Pete and Mary Whinfrey bit of shopping and using all the facilities at Gold Distributors the hotel. This is so different to a normal holiday. You get to do absolutely everything. If you came here on your own, you might get to do one or another, but not all of this. This is five-star, prestige. In the normal 9-5 job that I used to do, we certainly couldn’t have afforded all this.” Richard and Helen Peuleve, Senior Distributors “Cape Town was absolutely awesome. From “Thank you for the most incredible trip to Cape Town. We just wanted start to finish it was an amazing experience. to say that we had a fantastic time out in the sun with so many like- The Table Bay Hotel was not only stunning minded people who quickly become friends! We are just about from the architecture to the location to the beginning to recover from the whirlwind week of wine, sights and views, but it was stunning right down to the food – we have never seen such a banquet for breakfast and don’t marble skirting boards! The excursions were think we will again until the next Kleeneze well thought out and well organised. There conference, of course! The view from our were so many fabulous experiences, from bedroom window was breathtaking. We had wonderful food and so many thrills on the Table Mountain standing in all its glory before us along with the harbour and its adventure jet boat ride to the cable car ride resident seals - it could not have been more to Table Top Mountain and Cape Point. perfect. So thank you Kleeneze and all our The whole trip was wonderful and we really enjoyed ourselves. Thank fellow Distributors for making Cape Town an you Kleeneze for all the hard work and effort you put in to organising unforgettable experience. We can’t wait for such wonderful trips for us Distributors.” Hong Kong!” Linda and Tony Gower, Silver Executive Distributors Jane and John Dunkerley, Silver Executive Distributors CAPE TOWN BRAINTEASERS – THE ANSWERS (as featured on http://dailydiaries.kleeneze.co.uk) Cape Town brainteaser 1: Which Distributorship entered Cape Town dressed as Batman and Robin and why? Lee and Trish Fisher – the Caped Crusaders! Cape Town brainteaser 2: Which Distributor had all the moves, when he jumped in to join the traditional dancers at Gold Restaurant? Peter White (who we believe has shimmied all over the world, courtesy of Kleeneze now!) Cape Town brainteaser 3: Which Distributorship celebrated a birthday in the stunning surroundings of Silvertree Restaurant on Thursday (bonus points if you guess the right age)? Ram Laing, who turned, of course, 21 (shame on you who guessed otherwise!) Cape Town brainteaser 4: Which SED admitted at the Conference that she does an ‘orders-exceeding £100 dance’ behind the bushes of her customers’ homes?! Amanda Bibby (and she says if you buy her a couple of vodka tonics, she’ll show you this dance too!) Cape Town brainteaser 5: Which Distributor nipped off after the restaurant to perform a little karaoke at a local bar? It was Mr Michael Laydon – Kleeneze’s Got Talent! ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 10 19.03.10
    • CAPTURING Here’s the final full list of all our qualifiers (alphabetical order): Lorraine & Ian Balcombe, Alf & Carol Bell, Michael & Amanda Bibby, David Birtwistle Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly, Richard & Clare Chantler, Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris, Patricia & Dennis Corser, James Dale & Claire Daniels, Ivan Darch, Mike Ranti Fallowfield, Sue & Steve Ferguson, Trish & Lee Fisher, Christine & James Foster, Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth, Debbie Gee & David White, Linda Jack Kirby, Ramon & Sylvia Laing, Christine Lappin & Simon Place, Michael & Sandra Laydon, Derrick & Maria Longwright, Jennifer & Garry Luke, Christophe Heather & James O’Neil, Timothy & Tina Pace, Johanna & Stuart Peuleve, Richard & Helen Peuleve, Rosina & Frank Pocock, John & Christine Prosser, Claire & Melissa Squires & Ian Slade, Linda & Ian Stanley, Kerry & Paul Stonall, Paul Tawn & Clare Bason, Chantele & Barry Travis, Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Lawlor, Bob W 19.03.10 Issue 10 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
    • CAPE TOWN e & Angela Tonkin, Andrew & Susan Boswell, Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva, Mikaela & Andrew Brown, Susan & Geoffrey Burras, Lesley Burroughs, & Jean Day, Adele & Jaime De Caso, Deborah & Allan Dewar, Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward, Jane & John Dunkerley, Peter & Sheryl Dutton, Richard & a & Tony Gower, Clare Haines, Amanda & Andrew Holland, Dave & Susie Horton, Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox, Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree, r & Wendy Mason-Paull, John & Lesley McNally, Alan Meldrum, Paul Melville, Denise & Stephen Neal, Stephen & Deborah Nell, Alison & Michael Ogden, Peter Rea, Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee, Doug & Sandra Roper, Keith & Helen Sandland, Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes, Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark, Webb, Geoff & Fiona Webb, Mary & Peter Whinfrey, Peter & Jackie White, Craig & Magdalena White, Mel & Irene Wilson ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 10 19.03.10
    • LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS COMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS 7 Apr (5/5, 2/6, 30/6, 28/7, 25/8, 22/9, 20/10, 17/11, 15/12) BRIGHOUSE BOM, Brighouse Holiday Inn, Brighouse 6 Apr (04/05; 01/06; 29/06; 27/07; 24/08; 21/09; 19/10; 16/11). Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn (next to Premier 20 Mar Kleeneze Success Seminar, PARK PLAZA HD6 4HW. Dress Code - Business Suit. Host - Craig Inn), Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL, BS35 3LL. HOTEL, BELFAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT White 01733808670 8.00pm start. Business dress please. Distributors £2.50 Doors open for Registration at 11am. Start is 12pm per head, guests FREE. Host: Andy Cooper, E/R: 0117 10 Apr (every four weeks) Aberdeen Opportunity and Training prompt and the event finishes at 4.30pm. 911 7561. Meeting, Holiday Inn Express – Aberdeen Exhibition 4 Sept Kleeneze Xmas Showcase – THE NIA, Centre, Parkway East, Bridge of Don, ABERDEEN, AB23 6 Apr (4/5; 1/6; 29/6; 27/7; 24/8; 21/9; 19/10; 16/11; 14/12) BIRMINGHAM 8AJ. 10am – 1pm, £3. Contact Lynn Macdonald at Hemel Hempstead Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, 11 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Xmas Showcase – THE lynn@lynnmacdonald.com or Tel: 01506 414456 Breakspear Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2 4UA. £3 RADISSON BLU HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT 13 Apr (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Express by per distributor, guests free. 7.30pm for 8pm start. 6-13 Nov Kleeneze Destination 2010 – HONG KONG Holiday Inn Glasgow City-riverside, Stockwell Street, Business dress please. Hosts: Rosina & Frank Pocock. GLASGOW, G1 4LW 8pm- 9pm. Contact Lynn Tel: 01442 256405. TRAINING MEETINGS - 2010 COUNTRYWIDE Macdonald at lynn@lynnmacdonald.com or Tel: 01506 414456. 12 Apr (110/5; 7/6; 5/7; 2/8; 30/8; 27/9; 25/10; 22/11; 20/12) Norwich Business Opportunity Evening, Holiday Inn, 20 Mar (17/4; 22/5; 19/6; 17/7; 14/8; 11/9; 16/10; 13/11; 11/12) 13 Apr (second Tuesday of each month) BOM meetings at Ipswich Road, NORWICH, NR4 6EP 7.30pm for 8pm , Going For Gold. At: The Globe Hotel, Tuesday Market Carlisle. Border Gate Premier Inn, Carleton, CARLISLE start. £3 per Distributor, guests free. Business dress Place, KINGS LYNN, Norfolk.PE30 1EZ (Use hotel CA4 OAD Tel: 01228 633311. 7.30pm for 8pm start. All please. Contact Stephen on 07810 126010. entrance in Kings Street, opposite ‘Prezzo’) 7.30pm for distributors and prospects/guests welcome. Hosts Alistair 14 Apr (17/02, 17/03, 14/04, 12,05, 09/06, 07/07, 1/09, 29/09, 8pm prompt start. Business Dress only please. £2.50 per Townsend and Malcolm Bullough and will feature a 27/10, 24/11) Open Opportunity Meeting at The Summit person. Guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact Ann & presentation of the opportunity and a guest speaker. For Centre, Pavilion Road, Kirkby In Ashfield, NOTTINGHAM, John Coe on 01553 829241 or Ezereach 01553 888118. information, contact: Alistair Townsend 01228 528126 NG17 7LL. Junction 27 or 28 of the M1. 8pm - 9.30pm. 21 Mar Titans Business Building Seminar The Cedar Court Hotel, email: ali5kids@sky.com, Malcolm Bullough 01228 Telephone 01623 752008. Hosts: Margaret & Mike Mayo Avenue, Rooley Lane, BRADFORD BD5 8HW Tel 675553 e mail: malcolmbullough@hotmail.com. Drayton 01623 722500, or e-mail 01274 406606 off J26 M62. 11.30am - 5pm Top Line up mikedrayton@btinternet.com. of Speakers - Eamon Lynch & Maria Ryan (GOLD SED) Gary & Esther Watson (Platinum SED)Tracy Payne & SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES 17 Apr (12/05, 09/06, 07/07, 04/08, 1/09, 29/09, 27/10, 24/11) Essex Business Opportunity Meeting at the Holiday Inn, Harvey Kent (Silver Exec) Knowledge is King will be 22 Mar (19/4, 17/5, 14/6, Business Opportunity Open Evening, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, J28 – M25. present. £1 in the bucket money draw. Raffle and an Everyone Welcome, Supreme Inns, Bicker bar 7.30 for 8pm start. Business Dress please. Everyone Awesome Recognition Parade Across Pd12 2009 - Pd Roundabout, BOSTON A17/A52 junction, registration welcome, hosts Craig White. EzeReach: 01206 804 635. 3.2010 Only £10 per head. Book into this event by 7.30pm, £3 per person, Hosts:- Andy & Amanda Holland 19 Apr (17/05, 21/06, 19/07, 20/09, 18/10, 15/11, 13/12) South logging onto www.titans-seminars.co.uk No tickets are email:- a.holland075@btinternet.com Eze-Reach East Open Evening Bracknell. Welcomes Blue & Red issued. Your name will be on a list on the door upon Number:- 01553 886597 Groups across the Network. Join us for an evening of entrance. This is an open event for everyone . A Training 22 Mar (19/4, 17/5, 14/6, 9/7, 6/9, 4/10, 1/11, 29/11) Westcountry FUN with Opportunity Presentations and Kleeneze Event not to be missed - www.titans-seminars.co.uk Open at Padbrook Park Hotel, Cullompton, DEVON, Stories. Hospitality Suite (upstairs), Bracknell Leisure 28 Mar The Big 1 Event, in NOTTINGHAM, is now FULLY EX15 1RU (signposted 5 mins from J28 on M5). All from Centre, Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Berks, RG12 9SE. BOOKED. Thank you for everyone’s support with this Red and Blue groups welcome. Prospect focused 7.45pm for 8.30pm start. Distributors £3 - guests FREE event, details of the next event in September will be Business Opportunity Presentation, Training, Book Stall, Business dress please. Contact Debbie Gee on 01628 published shortly. Bids table, Testimonials, raffle and business related 626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540. 28 Mar (30/5, 25/7, 19/9, 14/11) Gillian Nicholson’s Wealth Events stands. Booking in starts from 7.00 p.m. with small group 26 Apr (21/6, 19/8, 11/10 13/12) ELTHAM open evening. We Training Thurrock Hotel, THURROCK, Essex. Registration training from David Bibby. Presentation starts at 8p.m. may have changed to Bi-monthly but we are still the only 11:00 for prompt start at 11:30hrs. Finish 2pm. £4.00 per Distributors £3 per person or £4 per couple. Guests open evening in South London. Open to Blue and Red distributor – Guests free. Further information email: Gillian FREE. Ample parking. Accommodation, meals, coffee Groups. 7:30pm registration for prompt 8:00pm start, Nicholson at wealthevents@btinternet.com Arrive ready to and bar available. SPECIAL GUESTS FOR MARCH, ends around 9:30pm, then relax for a drink and a sizzle in learn, leave ready to earn! Wealth of Income, Wealth of MIKE AND AMANDA BIBBY! Contact Sheelagh & Paul our own comfortable Bar & Lounge. Still only £3 per Knowledge, Wealth of Friendships. 01392 462710 (Ezereach 01803 898592) or Nigel & distributorship, guests free, dress code: smart casual. 4 Apr (every four weeks) Freedom Training. 10.00am – 1.00pm Lucinda 01392 874412 (Ezereach 01803 898652) Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, Eltham, (doors open at 9.30am) Best Western Moat House Hotel, 24 Mar (every 4 weeks) Birmingham Open BOM. The Plough & London SE9 1AA. Contact Joyce & Pete Rowe on 020 Festival Way, Etruria, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST1 5BQ. Harrow Hotel, 135 Hagley Road, BIRMINGHAM. 7.45pm 8463 7133 or Ezereach 020 3393 2408 or email: Guest speaker: Gill Nicholson. Bookings only, £6.00 per registration for an 8pm prompt start. Ample free parking, jpr9@o2.co.uk person. Please send cheques (payable to A de Caso) to: good reception areas & bar for team sizzles & meeting 29 Apr (27/05, 24/06, 29/07, 26/08, 30/09, 28/10, 25/11) Adele & Jaime de Caso, 38 Poplar Close, Blythe Bridge, your guests. Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access Showcase Opportunity Briefing, Tottenham Green Leisure Stoke-on-Trent ST11 9RJ (names will be held at the door, to the room (upstairs). Only £3 per distributorship, guests Centre, The Gold Room, First Floor, 1 Philip Lane, no tickets are sent out) Business dress only please, free (bring loads & see your business grow). If you want LONDON N15 4JA. 7.30pm. Registration for 7.45pm everyone welcome. For further information, please call 2010 to be your best year ever – don’t wait till then – your start. Special guest speakers each month. £3 per 01260 218574. 2010 business starts NOW. Hosts Gerard & Claire Tucker- distributorship, guest free. Everyone welcome! Hosts: Mawr (EzeReach: 0121 314 9785) and Geoff & Diane Gary Dixon and team. Contact 07973 712 425, OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND Owen (EzeReach: 0121 314 4870) www.birminghambom.co.uk. I.T.S.113915, or email: garydiamonddixon@aol.com. 22 Mar (19/4; 17/5; 14/6; 12/7; 9/8; 6/9; 4/10; 1/11; 29/11) Titans 27 Mar (Last sat of every month) Announcing the new PORT Training and Opportunity Meeting, Change of venue - Cedar Court Hotel, Mayo Avenue, Off Rooley Lane, TALBOT BOM at the Twelve Knights hotel Margam rd THE NETHERLANDS Port Talbot, South Wales SA13 2DB. £3 per person, 20 Mar (17/4; 15/5; 12/6; 10/7; 7/8; 11/9; 2/10; 30/10; 27/11; BRADFORD, BD5 8HW, 7.30pm for 8pm start. Everyone guests free. Starts 1pm till 3.30pm. Free parking, less 18/12) Hotel van der Valk de Cantharel, Van Golsteinlaan welcome. Contact Neil Young on 07932 965 071 or than 1 mile from junction 38 of the m4. Host: Raymond 20, 7339 GT APELDOORN. 1pm – 3pm. Email Rita & Ezereach: 0113 350 8763. Underwood. All welcome. Ezereach: 01792-824532, e- Frank Kamsteeg at f.kamsteeg@home.nl. 24 Mar (every four weeks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, The mail: raymondunderwood@btinernet.com Windmill, a purpose built Conference and Seminar Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in 29 Mar (26/4; 24/5; 21/6; 19/7; 16/8; 13/9; 11/10; 8/11; 6/12; Centre, Dalton Piercy, HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly your area? Let us know, at meetings@kleeneze.co.uk 3/1/2011. Bassaleg, NEWPORT, GWENT, Open on A19, just north of Wynyard Park turn-off. Open Opportunity meeting at The Ruperra, 73 Caerphilly Road and we will include them in our weekly meetings diary. meeting, everyone welcome. 8pm Start £2.50 per head. Bassaleg Newport NP10 8LJ. J28 M4. DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY. Guests free Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Sue (www.theruperra.co.uk for directions) Doors Open 7pm Phoenix 01642 918340 / Peter Neesham 01642 918258. Start 8pm. Admission £2.50 each, Guests Free. Dress 30 Mar (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, code smart casual please. Comfortable surroundings to CHANGE OF VENUE – Premier Inn, Haymarket, enjoy a drink and sizzle afterwards. For more details EDINBURGH. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn MacDonald at contact Nick Newham & Jeanette Legge on Ezereach lynn@lynnmacdonald.com. 02920 007 637 or 07791 891 208 31 Mar (every four weeks) Opportunity Meeting at the Whitwood 6 Apr (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity Inn, Pioneer Way, CASTLEFORD, WF10 5TG (1/4 mile jct Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St 31 M62). 7.30pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. Leonards, RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm . Please note smart dress. Hosts Graham and Georgina for 8pm start, £2.50 per distributor, Guests Free! Business Long, Eze 01937 858018. dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or Ezereach 02380987429 Issue 10 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
    • BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 2 – COMBINED 100,000 And Above Tom & Bernadette Hingley 36,137.67 Peter & Jean Monroe 14,352.55 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 9,568.44 Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,485,304.14 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 35,864.18 Clive & Pamela Lennard 14,318.57 Geth & Lynwen Thomas 9,544.01 Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,481,448.29 Graham & Catherine Hyde 35,194.34 Anthony & Susan Peacham 14,285.43 Ron & Heidi Body 9,465.33 Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,452,514.09 Gill & Donato Sepe 35,171.54 Varghese & Leeba Koshy 14,212.30 Sarah Trim 9,452.04 Bob Webb 1,328,320.35 James & Jane White 14,122.11 Steven Bond 9,443.63 Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 1,059,701.07 15,000 And Above Ian & Pauline Pilkington 14,018.14 Sarah Darch & Timothy Philp 9,441.83 Gillian Nicholson 943,699.75 Graham & Georgina Long 34,901.35 Claire & Paul Howells 14,007.28 Brian & Diane Holmwood 9,438.75 Terry Carr 902,055.95 Melanie & Andrew Wilson 34,824.10 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 13,966.98 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 9,431.53 Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 901,927.64 Sharon & Andrew Bird 34,726.36 Michael Godwin 13,875.55 Anthony & Leslie Carrick 9,408.27 Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 803,946.53 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 34,366.51 Helen & Andrew Walsh 13,853.68 Kimberley Sunter 9,374.60 Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 781,430.81 Debbie Gee & David White 34,042.09 Iain & Jackie Swanston 13,771.93 Pete Gill & Amy Kisnorbo 9,372.67 Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 760,831.34 Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 33,884.62 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 13,738.05 Allan & Myra Collins 9,367.32 Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 753,057.60 Allan Ledwidge 32,744.31 Angela Wallace 13,709.73 Sarah Sancho 9,367.06 Muriel & Tony Judson 720,076.05 John & Janice Halsall 32,465.01 Wendy Fielding 13,695.06 Craig & Linda Lomas 9,280.54 John & Jeanette Hawkes 663,169.86 Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee 32,444.00 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 13,690.27 Christine & Ian Brennan 9,273.59 Peter & Jackie White 564,243.21 Doug & Sandra Roper 31,898.11 Denys & Laura Harris 13,685.46 Binil Mathew & Sherry Theckanath Chacko 9,210.33 Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 451,237.21 Clare & Martin Whitelock 31,674.50 Bill Caddy 13,567.93 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 9,179.81 Mike & Amanda Bibby 405,967.12 Caroline & Philip Thompson 31,572.86 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 13,445.42 Shorne & Judith Hodds 9,164.81 Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 379,496.76 Sunil Popat 31,392.99 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 13,426.54 Diana Babbage & Joanna Turner 9,128.92 Margaret & Roy Japp 361,230.77 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 31,304.69 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 13,296.48 Sadie Oboyle 9,084.45 Terence & Jean Ash 314,818.89 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 30,794.01 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 13,289.34 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 9,084.45 Gary & Esther Watson 312,147.87 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 29,923.47 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 13,263.25 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 9,080.68 John & Steven Sharp 293,112.03 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 29,604.10 Bill & Joyce Rowe 13,224.06 Frederick & Karen Mason 9,056.34 Hazel & John Stephen 283,717.74 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 29,145.62 Sarah Jenkins 13,224.06 Elizabeth & George Kerr 9,053.70 Robert Gibbons 218,851.49 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 29,036.01 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 13,087.10 Ian & Lucy Bradwell 9,032.08 Gordon & Judy Seldon 207,030.46 Stephen Clark 28,950.50 Neil & Susan Maclean 13,087.10 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 8,998.96 Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 200,347.52 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 28,527.97 James Dale & Claire Daniels 13,086.93 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 8,935.93 Claire & Peter Rea 187,121.46 Kerry & Paul Stonall 27,761.83 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 13,077.29 Ann Tawn 8,882.62 Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 178,018.49 Keith & Patricia Phillips 27,558.45 Declan & Monica Manning 13,027.38 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 8,870.99 Craig & Magdalena White 173,680.26 Jack Kirby 27,408.25 Tavis Taylor 13,026.73 Bentley & Catherine Knight 8,867.14 Vie & Keith Robertson 172,722.47 Brian Manchester 27,345.59 Sandra Brown 12,863.17 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 8,841.50 John & Sarah Mckie 171,454.02 Michael & Sandra Laydon 26,850.20 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 12,863.17 John Rees & Diane Mowels 8,812.76 Phil & Jean Warrington 160,911.59 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 26,837.85 Darryl Allen 12,863.17 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 8,747.30 Tony & Katharine Briffa 160,730.91 Karim Karmali 26,679.96 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 12,820.37 Lynne Flaxman 8,713.80 David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 157,756.32 Alexandra Tuesley 26,375.38 Stephen & Joyce Milne 12,818.95 Joe Croll 8,709.93 Michael & Jean Day 148,134.96 Linda & Tony Gower 26,017.38 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 12,804.64 William & Agnes Burgess 8,692.27 Stephen Geldard 143,700.33 Robert Gould 25,856.00 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 12,782.29 Clare Haines 8,665.78 Judy Jodrell 137,491.58 Gerwyn Duggan 25,856.00 Warren & Pamela Sewell 12,691.57 Antony & Aileen Gunn 8,645.16 Mark & Delfina Prosser 123,217.21 David Pope 25,774.40 Barry & Nina Mitchell 12,640.76 Bob & Diane Goulding 8,640.85 Victor & Una Brown 121,415.93 Ivan Darch 25,652.84 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 12,599.09 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 8,616.05 Sylvia & Jack Hood 119,619.02 Amanda & Andrew Holland 25,533.53 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 12,563.83 Louise Puttick 8,559.88 Michael & Susan Pirie 117,753.20 John & Karina Beesley 25,150.21 Roger & Simon Mantle 12,501.26 Jess Kochery Varghese & Ancil Issac 8,548.46 Robert & Mary Higgins 115,817.88 Jen & Garry Luke 25,055.98 David Potter 12,496.86 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 8,543.48 Geoff & Fiona Webb 113,745.24 Chantele & Barry Travis 24,840.88 Norman & Joanne Grundy 12,452.56 Christina & Rob Cann 8,528.43 Heather & James O’Neil 111,442.79 Steve & Cathy Chambers 24,816.76 David Byatt & Janet Smith 12,448.34 Susan Clements 8,518.03 John & Anne Donaldson 110,074.37 Lesley Burroughs 24,783.56 Seamus & Clare Houghton 12,423.90 Yvonne & Jonathan Coffey 8,467.65 Jill Corlett 109,345.65 Conor & Linda Treanor 24,683.61 John & Jenny Caton 12,318.45 Anne & Michael Grieve 8,462.44 Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 109,017.50 Nicola & Jerome Neville 24,634.83 Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 12,286.08 John & Lesley Mcnally 8,459.12 Andy & Carolyn Cooper 104,047.48 Debra & Oliver Pusey 24,430.67 Isobel & James Orr 12,194.01 Linda Charles 8,459.12 John & Christine Prosser 103,754.42 Paul Flintoft 23,845.54 David & Jenny Gerry 12,115.14 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 8,450.44 Sue & Geoffrey Burras 100,689.49 Seph Oconnell & Sarah Watson 23,844.07 Angel & Stuart Hill 12,107.50 Lesley & Steven Tombs 8,382.85 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 23,780.01 Leslie & Moira Harris 12,107.50 Sylvia & Gary Green 8,376.15 35,000 And Above Colin & Charlene Sadler 23,387.16 Paul Melville 12,089.99 Paul & Gosia Hammond 8,375.29 Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 96,290.33 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 23,371.91 Claire Mires 12,064.29 Susan Walton 8,342.37 Trevor Mitchell 93,146.55 Keith & Helen Sandland 23,069.42 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 12,047.33 Colin & Gillian Campbell 8,323.70 Mel & Irene Wilson 92,528.30 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 22,922.57 Christine & Con Browning 12,001.40 Jeanette & David Ward 8,312.77 Dave & Susie Horton 87,636.99 Robert Wellock 21,922.61 Barbara Margaret Webb 11,958.41 Janet & Andrew Mitchell 8,311.47 Stephani & Bill Neville 85,993.85 Cindy & David Brown 21,922.61 Gavin Thomson 11,891.50 Kevin Rider 8,246.25 David & Rosie Bibby 84,118.26 Joseph O’Donnell 21,727.88 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 11,831.79 Linda & David Leadbetter 8,236.21 Anthony Greeves 81,363.90 John Smith 21,460.09 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 11,805.63 Philip Gaffney & Isabella Wharton-Gaffney 8,236.21 Malcolm Ashmore 79,846.12 Rosemary & Christopher Day 21,329.42 Pierce & Janet Hartley 11,724.78 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall 8,231.56 Adele & Jaime De Caso 79,846.12 Brian & Gay Redstone 21,319.54 Timothy Murphy 11,647.70 Martina & James Mcgrath 8,215.52 Lauren & Peter Jackson 79,683.91 Karen & Peter Flitton 21,271.44 Raymond & Barbara Mann 11,563.71 Richard Tibbetts & Suzanne Pilcher 8,203.29 Sue & Steve Ferguson 79,628.71 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 21,242.78 Sharon & Craig Davis 11,557.57 Richard Roberts 8,164.13 Steve & Debbie Roper 79,369.29 Gill & Tim Evans 21,171.20 Ian & Carol Parker 11,503.69 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 8,143.84 Carole & Benny Morris 79,306.56 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 20,770.16 Ian & Anita Saville 11,477.90 Georgina Marshall & Will Goodger 8,137.27 Martin & Yvonne Boyce 75,034.58 Phil Curtis 20,721.09 Mary Hession & Geraldine Twamley 11,412.10 Sara & Steven Smith 8,129.10 Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 74,717.12 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 20,508.39 Karl-Josef & Brigitte Mergler 11,410.39 Simon Luckett & Cristina Simoes 8,120.43 Susan & David Darton 74,488.60 Harold & Minnie Fulton 20,352.84 Roger & Gillian Coupe 11,408.46 Rita & Peter Noble 8,120.43 Nuala & Ronan Mcdonald 74,350.38 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 20,193.43 Richard & Greta Brownridge 11,396.13 Janet & Roger Bowen 8,119.11 Declan O’Neill 72,145.66 Harry Hancock 20,011.05 William & Jane Warrington 11,342.36 Rhys & Susan Williams 8,117.82 David & Samantha Branch 71,753.22 Abigail Colclough 19,939.65 Carole & James Sunter 11,309.58 Paula Macleod & Pierre De Spa 8,116.69 Rosina & Frank Pocock 71,491.95 Kevin Sands 19,640.49 Michael & Anne Barnaville 11,286.86 Jacqueline Akhurst & Steven Ellis 8,114.81 Justin & Olivera Toner 70,633.03 Terry & Jane Hodge 19,626.90 David & Elaine Luke 11,261.56 Tammy Mullins & Simon Lanning 8,109.62 Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 66,898.04 Bernadette Murray 19,606.63 Christine Sykes & Aidan Fisher 11,257.55 Sharon & Steve Agnew 8,087.43 Ramon & Sylvia Laing 66,470.10 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 19,579.90 Norah Bohan 11,208.20 Anna & Paul Scott 8,073.78 Angela & Norman Campbell 66,276.34 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 19,533.82 David & Christine Rhodes 11,206.85 Kim Atherton 8,066.37 Alan Meldrum 66,136.96 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 19,470.56 Gerard Coste 11,148.37 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 8,058.35 Marcell & Joanne Treanor 65,805.91 Michael & Janet Wallace 19,348.60 Fay & Andrew Roe 11,136.81 Stewart Lonsdale & Susan Allen 8,056.81 Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 65,012.64 Patrick & Helen Loftus 19,216.44 Dean & Rachel Rothwell 11,136.33 Karen & Lee 8,022.56 Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 62,322.92 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 19,188.87 Marion & Anthony Homer 11,012.92 Kenny Liggett 7,985.69 John & Wendy English 61,975.33 Angela & James Macleod 19,142.52 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 10,997.31 Sally Print & Darren Phipps 7,974.24 John & Jenny Holden 61,302.55 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 19,064.23 Christopher Conroy 10,997.31 Jasbir Kaur 7,973.37 Glenn & Caroline Royston 61,026.83 Jim & Vicky Smith 18,950.52 Kelly & Steve Elliott 10,979.04 Alex & Kathleen Langler 7,972.95 Gaynor Morgan 60,981.66 Pamela Jarvis 18,883.98 Chris & Nicky Evans 10,976.18 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 7,966.94 Deborah & Allan Dewar 60,179.42 Gareth & Gil Duffy 18,808.88 Patricia Fisher 10,943.01 Douglas & Theresa Hack 7,944.64 Peter & Myrna Wellock 59,177.60 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 18,560.02 Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman 10,923.24 Peter Savidge 7,942.92 Julie & Anthony Cornick 57,756.14 Mark & Sarah Wildman 18,524.42 Janet & Terry Mulley 10,901.99 Jennifer & Martin Amos 7,917.19 Andrew & Sue Boswell 57,655.04 Robert & Rosemary Annan 18,400.38 Michael & Lianne Rust 10,901.99 David Russell 7,912.65 Julie Collier & Peter Richards 57,647.68 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 18,363.82 Robert Young & Clare Mears 10,892.35 Ron & Sue Keeler 7,909.38 Jane & John Dunkerley 56,753.15 Alison & Kevin Thomas 18,315.03 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 10,858.27 Jason Leigh 7,899.39 Stephen & Debra Nell 56,717.60 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 17,801.25 Philip & Alison Wimbles 10,843.61 Linda & Alan Cannings 7,890.01 Helen Brooks 56,632.86 Amy Warrington 17,797.30 Georgina & Phil Gale 10,791.01 Gabrielle & Christopher Brace 7,870.75 Craig & Mary Hawkes 56,541.65 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 17,758.81 Jackie & Stuart Bower 10,683.35 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 7,865.05 Richard & Clare Chantler 56,033.92 Ann & John Coe 17,663.04 Nigel Le Long 10,669.62 Michael & Mercy Radbourne 7,826.62 Stanley & Roy Stewart 55,853.05 Diane & Geoff Owen 17,559.78 Trevor & Janet Rawding 10,644.81 Sandra Ellis 7,801.97 Michelle Kennedy 55,778.82 Terry Hayden 17,358.31 Boban Abraham & Gimma Boban 10,641.29 Cormie Marshall & Gwen Drysdale 7,794.16 Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 55,165.92 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 17,329.68 Kate Lee 10,640.92 Liz & Andy Gowland 7,786.81 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 55,156.88 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 17,319.07 Terry Card 10,600.38 Daniel & Michelle Marshall 7,784.00 Eve & Norman Branch 54,293.87 Kodwo Anderson 17,137.98 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 10,563.95 Emma Colley 7,769.55 Karen & Neil Young 53,842.55 Keith & Veronica King 17,137.98 Mark Law & Diana Searle 10,490.74 Michael Prior 7,765.76 Helen & Paul Allgood 53,357.66 Timothy & Tina Pace 17,046.15 Marcus & Joyce Emerson 10,481.20 Margaret & Michael Drayton 7,764.31 Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 53,342.41 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 16,722.40 David & Lynn Bole 10,375.42 Glenn & Claire Few 7,752.98 Brian Harwood 53,133.99 Darren & Christina Simmons 16,688.49 Andrew & Denise Hunt 10,358.20 Suzanne Jane & Robin Colbourne 7,736.23 James Curtis 52,383.75 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 16,680.27 Terry Drew 10,328.67 Mark Jones 7,711.34 Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 49,651.35 Jim & Marian Lombard 16,565.28 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 10,317.03 Paul & Elaine Evans 7,699.04 Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 49,559.26 Linda & Ian Stanley 16,482.41 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 10,308.10 Jane & Andrew Connor 7,692.74 Alf & Carol Bell 48,296.84 William & Sharon Stevenson 16,474.14 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 10,303.57 Negin & Michael Backhouse 7,692.16 Roger & Barbara Green 47,928.34 John & Kath Clease 16,411.05 Veronica Nixon 10,249.57 Lorraine & Mark Collins 7,691.48 Mike & Dawn Gough 47,701.69 Elaine & Martin Spafford 16,398.85 Gail & Darren Drew 10,240.39 Alan & Barbara Rea 7,675.12 Belinda & Peter Clarke 47,590.10 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 16,387.61 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 10,176.22 Adam Swire & Deborah Heron 7,670.10 Steven & Sarah Curtis 47,447.52 Gloria & Clive Davies 16,316.92 Catherine & Stephen Lord 10,140.79 Susan & Gerald Osborne 7,669.30 Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 46,997.35 Caroline & Simon Harvey 16,233.88 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 10,136.77 Stephen & Laine Shepherd 7,665.05 Christopher & Louise Brown 46,958.15 Martyn Cunningham 16,176.89 Tim & Freda Drinkwater 10,136.08 Anthony Mervin 7,658.06 John & Sophia Clements 46,441.32 Bev & Dave Townsend 15,946.61 David & Deborah Lord 10,136.08 Alan & Rebekah Larner 7,655.25 Steven Clements 43,454.18 Donna & Charles Warr 15,943.76 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 10,106.17 Justin Rowe & Tracy Bell 7,653.15 Eamonn & Anne Roe 42,523.86 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 15,913.61 Cath & John Wilkinson 10,049.63 Kathleen Watson 7,653.04 Chris & Julia Norton 42,489.10 David Belcher 15,815.55 John Greenwood 10,010.97 Alan Bennett 7,652.89 Jay Singh 41,922.13 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 15,760.22 Peter & Angela Bach 7,650.31 Angela & Stephen Burchell 41,853.63 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 15,742.67 7,500 And Above Stephen & Barbara Courtney 7,650.31 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 41,530.10 Heather Brown 15,714.76 Peter & Angela Abrahams 9,999.06 Caroline & Mark Sellars 7,646.71 Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 41,187.83 Richard & Helen Peuleve 15,693.00 Graham & Christine James 9,923.18 David Lewis 7,640.56 Debbie & Trevor Collins 40,025.47 Christine & Jim Foster 15,678.63 Diana Schuch 9,902.47 Michael Collin & Gwendoline Hannan 7,627.34 Su & Jas Bains 39,942.27 Michael Amor-Wilkes 15,665.04 Julian & Karen Pike 9,875.33 Susan Hook 7,620.81 Ron & Judy Speirs 39,686.37 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 15,550.93 Markus Klotzer & Petra Romoser 9,859.76 Ronnie & Chris Mclachlan 7,595.19 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 39,672.36 Nichola & David Walmsley 15,436.67 Vivienne & Richard Washington 9,858.12 Richard Howe 7,589.51 Derrick & Maria Longwright 38,427.87 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 15,404.25 David & Heather Flannagan 9,846.27 Karen Lewis & Kevin Marriott 7,587.24 John Webb & Kathryn Price 38,360.58 Omran Zaman 15,310.74 Glyn Thomas 9,829.43 Sheelagh & Paul Humphries 7,586.47 Denise & Stephen Neal 38,343.55 Alex Dewar 9,777.62 Andrew Webber & Kerryann Perry 7,573.50 Alison & Michael Ogden 38,156.80 10,000 And Above Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 9,756.16 Gavin & Trish Conway 7,569.41 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 37,842.03 Paul Meikle 14,949.91 John & Mary Marsh 9,744.60 Andrew Nicoll & Danielle Young 7,567.85 Tracy & David Sheehan 37,451.45 Tim Sandom 14,902.10 Henry & Diana Crosby 9,721.85 Niall & Eileen Mckenna 7,563.88 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 37,246.13 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 14,735.14 June & David Love 9,717.13 Emma & Chris Shafe 7,548.72 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 37,168.73 David & Judith McCreath 14,735.14 Peter & Cathy Legg 9,677.93 Paul & Avril Coleman 7,539.35 Ram & Joginder Singh 37,123.73 Lyn & Tony Davies 14,677.57 Patricia & Dennis Corser 9,669.24 Joy Dwyer & Verena Clarke 7,536.84 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 37,075.85 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 14,409.76 Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton 9,648.56 Jeanette & Roy Bonella 7,535.58 Trish & Lee Fisher 36,691.11 Michael & Julia Tolton 14,362.17 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 9,594.51 Stuart Chantler & Claire Garrod 7,534.75 Ann & Robert Campbell 7,532.14 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 10 19.03.10
    • WE’RE BACK - BUT NOT FOR LONG, BECAUSE WE’RE OFF TO HONG KONG! Everyone we spoke to in Cape Town was determined to get as many “I’ve got to say that Cape Town is absolutely fantastic. It’s been of their team mates out to Hong Kong in November as possible. wonderful to see so many people who are coming on an international “Nobody really joins Kleeneze to go on one of these trips,” Doug Destination for the first time. It’s a fantastic mix of people. We’ve all Roper said. “They join for the income. But, you have to achieve them. had so much fun together. Sandra and I have built our business around these trips. It helps to There’s lots of excitement in our team about move your business forward. You need to take massive action and lots Hong Kong now. Make sure you’ve set your of it.” goals. Everyone knows what to do. Get Building your business – who would have believed it could be this sponsoring and get people off to a good rewarding?! start in the business. Hong Kong may be the “We had a fabulous time out in Cape Town – it was truly an next Destination, but you need to think experience never to be forgotten. To think this business all starts with about the next and the next and the next. distributing your first catalogue and speaking to your first potential Hong Kong could be the start of the next 10 team member - its amazing how far you can take not only your conferences for you.” business but your lifestyle. Jackie White, Gold Premier Executive Distributor We intend to help and support as many “We’re home safe and sound from a truly team members as possible to achieve the amazing conference in Cape Town. We had a success our first time qualifiers John and fun-filled, packed agenda of events giving us Lesley McNally have had and more. We have a chance to see a lot of what the city has to a fantastic team spirit and very colourful offer. team status. 2010 is going to be a very We’ve had loads of laughs, made some great exciting year! For anyone who would also like new friendships, eaten and drunk far too to achieve success, it has to start with you. much, been pampered in 5-star luxury where Have a plan that you believe in and make sure you take advice from nothing is too much trouble and gained lots of useful information to those who are qualified to guide you. Then make sure you action your help improve our business plan with immediate effect and continue to do so daily, regardless of what challenges might come your way. We are so fired up to make the rest of this year equally if not more fantastic than these first few periods. Hong Kong is just around the The criteria to qualify for Hong Kong would be a good choice to use corner and we’re really looking forward to sharing it with lots of team for you to be able to move your business forward, and in the worse members so they too can see the wonder of a Kleeneze conference - it case scenario if you just miss Hong Kong think of how much bigger blows your mind.” your cheque would be?? So very much a win-win situation.” Michael and Sandra Laydon, Gold Executive Distributors Jim Dale and Claire Daniels, Senior Distributors “As a Cape Town Qualifier, I vaguely “It’s been the most fantastic Destination. remember the competition from Period 10 to Even after all the build up from the company Period 1 2010 being announced but that – it’s far exceeded our expectations. There’s was it. I had goals of my own: to do no way you could go on a normal holiday BP2000+every period, to have a PSG of at and compare it to this. Even if you could least BP 3,400 and to qualify at Bronze afford it and even if you did the same Executive a few times. I sponsored a few activities, it would be lacking the camaraderie people, and basically worked my socks off for and positivity that Kleeneze brings. three months. I qualified at Bronze in Period To qualify for Hong Kong, it’s all into the planning. You will not do this 12 and then 13. The latter was vey special unless you have a plan. That plan might change a few times along the because that was the first time since 2001! way, but that doesn’t matter. Keep to it and follow it step by step. The rest was down to the team. I did a newsletter every period. I did Have a laser focus. Don’t have the mentality that you have to do the an email to the team every week listing their retail. I went to every minimum of the criteria. Do all you need to do. meeting I could. I only became aware that I was in the frame on It will strengthen your businesses and in qualifying for Hong Kong, January 23 when I attended Mike and Amanda Bibby’s workshop. you’ll be in a strong position to qualify for the next, your business will What an incredible reward for all the work I put in from October to be stronger and your cheque will be bigger It’s as simple as that. end of Period 1. It certainly pays to be a headless chicken!” Do as much as you can and get it in the bag early. Michael Ogden, Silver Executive Distributor You don’t want to miss it.” Andrew Buxton and Laura Kelly, Silver Executive Distributors 19.03.10 Issue 10 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN