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  1. 1. Issue 11 September 2012 Kleeneze – a billion dollar vision Page 6 Made for Kleeneze Page 10 Try walking in our shoes Page 12 Kleeneze works Destination 2013: Dubai and the Maldives is the next fantastic Kleeneze incentive. Who will be joining us there? Competitions, training and testimonials inside
  2. 2. Welcome to Team Talk September 2012 Editor’s note So, summer is officially over. I had such high hopes for it; dreams of days of endless sunshine and running barefoot through a field of daisies... Ok, realistically (even if the weather had been nice), the daisy field thing is actually, being a hay fever sufferer, not the most sensible way I could spend my time. However, there have definitely been a few things this summer that have kept my spirits up and they all came to a head on 1 September at the Annual Kleeneze Showcase. There’s nothing better to counteract the nights drawing in than knowing that in 14 months time you could be lying on a sun-soaked beach in Dubai or paddling in the Indian Ocean. In fact, if you’ve lost sight as to why this time of year is better for you than the average work-for-other-people folk, let me remind you what life can be like without Kleeneze: 1. The kids are back at school. Mornings involving yanking screaming children from their beds, plaiting their hair with one hand while brushing their teeth with the other to culminate with you arriving at work late with cornflakes down your shirt because you had to eat breakfast in the car in order to get them to school on time? So the screaming (theirs and yours) and the plaiting and brushing may still remain, but at least, being your own boss, you can eat your breakfast at leisure. Little things... 2. The kids are back at school. Oh yes, this deserves to be point number 2 as well, because children being back at school only means commuting is a rollercoaster of emotion and hand gestures. Avoiding the roads only means you’ll have to remortgage your home in order to buy a travel pass for the year too. 3. Your holidays are a distant memory. In a way, they made things even worse, because for those 10 days to 2 weeks you remembered all the good things about life – being outside all day long, playing with the kids, really truly relaxing. Now it’s back to the 9-5 grind, followed by evenings of mind-numbing telly. Sigh... 4. Christmas-induced debt panic. The shops are already stocking up on mince pies and you’re still paying off your credit card from last year and looking for a big pile of sand in which to bury your head. 5. Your only goal is to get through another week and hope that the weekend goes as slow as possible to prevent the onset of yet another week of thankless, unrewarding work. Luckily, for the most of you, these points are merely a distant memory, but even if they are still very fresh in your mind, you now know that Kleeneze offers the financial freedom, time flexibility and, most importantly the chance to take control of your life. We want to know why Kleeneze works for you. On pages 12 and 13, you’ll find some of the reasons Distributors have found that this business works for them, and every week in the weekly newsletter, EWB, you’ll find a Distributor testimonial to hopefully inspire you. If you’d like to see your story featured, email us at using the subject title ’Kleeneze Works’. Xenia Xenia Poole, Editor in Chief 02
  3. 3. Page 4 Page 15 The wheels are in motion for our Kleeneze business Snapshots from the Showcase It was a day of highs and even more highs! Relive the day with our photo diary Gold Distributors, John and Shelagh Irving were the lucky winners of a Mini First at the Annual Showcase. Team Talk caught up with them to find out more about their business Page 18 Page 6 Made for Kleeneze Shut up and move on! Frightened of Facebook? Trepidation when it comes to Twitter? YouScared about using YouTube? Our Distributors are here to put your mind at rest Get some HIPPO time and start thinking more fruity with our Paul McGee competition Contents Page 19 Partying for a profit ezeparty consultant, Della Tucker tells her story Page 8 A Destination that beats all others Page 20 ’Tis the season to party til Gold! They beat everyone to become the first in the Network to visit Dubai, Kleeneze style! Now Stuart and Robyn-Lee Heard are back and can tell you all about this luxury destination The run up to Christmas is the best time to get your party plan business running. So what are you waiting for? Page 10 Try walking in our shoes The simplest way to ensure you qualify for Destination 2013 is to follow the tips of those who have qualified in the past Page 22 Page 12 Recognition Kleeneze works! Period 8 was another Sales Plan success. Find out who our top Network achievers were Our Network is made up of people from all walks of life. Find out why Kleeneze works for them Page 24 Page 14 Bulk Sales A far cry from where I imagined I could be Sales are sizzling! Check out where you’ve come in the chart Kleeneze can change lives, as Gold Distributor Vanessa Hodgkinson discovered Page 27 Period round-up Managing Director, Jamie Stewart takes a look back at the highlights of Period 8 Page 28 Top earners in Period 8 Find out how much our top earners achieved in the four week Period along with what you could buy for it! 03
  4. 4. The wheels are in motion for our Kleeneze business In February 2005, the stress of Shelagh Irving’s job had left her an impossible situation. Faced with a choice between losing her sanity and losing her wage, she chose to leave work and become a Kleeneze Distributor. Seven years later, her lifestyle has never been better and now Shelagh and husband John, are our latest Mini First winners to boot! “I used to work for a high street bank,” explains Shelagh. “I was a cashier there and targets were set all the time, but it’s not like Kleeneze where you choose to achieve a target, it was very, very pressurised. Around the same time, I found out I was diabetic and we had a problem with one of the children and school, so along with the stress of the job, I broke down.” “It was really hard for me, so having the support of the team was great. It was like having extended family. I got £300 worth of orders on that first drop. ” “I stayed off for three months and when I went back it was a phased return basis – meant to be very flexible, however, one week when I asked that my hours remained the same for an extra week as I was getting very tired, I was told no. I ended up having to take another three months off and when I tried to return, after a couple of weeks, they said they were going to move me to another branch. It’s just not what you want – I needed familiarity right then. I just left, thinking it’s not worth my sanity.” “Shelagh had only been doing Kleeneze for a couple of months when I was made redundant,” remembers John. “I was working for a company repairing caravans, making a really good wage up until then. After I was made redundant, I started work with another company, but it was minimum wage and a huge drop. We simply couldn’t live on it. I worked two and three jobs over the course of that year, until I went to a company Showcase. After that, I knew that’s what I needed to do, so I joined Shelagh on the Distributorship.” Although Shelagh hadn’t been looking for a job, the couple did need some extra cash. However, then there came another bombshell – John had been made redundant. A couple of months later, Shelagh received a flyer through her door with a web address on it. Curiosity got the better of her and she found herself filling in her details. Until that point, John had been working around 60 to 70 hours a week, so Kleeneze offered not only a way to help out financially, but a complete change from the live to work lifestyle they’d been living before. “I was a bit dubious about it all, never having heard of Kleeneze before, but I went ahead with it and Andrew and Melanie Wilson sent me an information pack with a video. I sat and watched it with my daughter. She was saying: ’go on, you can do that – I’ll help you with it.’ My confidence was at an all-time low then and I only agreed because I didn’t think I’d have to meet anyone face-toface! I think I put those first 100 catalogues out in about 20 minutes, because I didn’t want to see anyone! “We’ve never worked so few hours a week as we have now,” the pair laughed. “The quality of life is so much better. For a few years, we just concentrated on retailing and we consistently hit 21% every month. However, then in September 2009, Kleeneze announced that the next Destination was New York. It was like a light bulb went off and we both said – right, we’re going there!” 04
  5. 5. Mini winners John and Shelagh Irving working on helping on them going Gold and getting there. Now we’ve done it once, we know that we can help others to do it.” The very next Period, John and Shelagh hit Gold and held it, qualifying for the Destination. “We just did more,” says Shelagh. “We were big retailers anyway, so we sponsored a few team members in and everyone just did a little bit extra. “I have to admit, up until then; I did really believe that people over-egged how good these trips were, but having been on one now I know that they’re amazing. I think it’s the fact that you’re made to feel so special. It’s all the little touches, like bypassing the queue to go up the Empire State Building for example. The best part, though, is being with this great group of people – some of whom you’ve only seen from a distance on the stage and now you’re sitting down having a chat with them over a meal. John and Shelagh’s success story doesn’t finish there either. The couple, who had it on their goals to go Bronze and hold it to win a Mini, found themselves achieving one part of the goal earlier than expected when they won the car in the Showcase draw on 1 September. “The night before the Showcase and all of that day, I was telling everyone we were going to win,” laughs John. “But when they said our names, I was in shock!” “By the time we got down onto the stage, I was shaking and holding onto John and he was shaking too,” remembers Shelagh. “It’s just all been brilliant, though. I think our friends are starting to think there might be something in Kleeneze!” I think it inspired our team members that we went to New York, as they really want to go to Dubai now. So we’re 05
  6. 6. MADE FOR KLEENEZE You’ve probably heard of people talking about social media before. In fact, the probability is you have already used it in some form or another. However, the likelihood is that you’ve yet to use it as a business tool. The good news is that social media is one of the simplest most effective tools you’ll ever use in your business. At the Showcase, we rounded up three of our Distributors that have found huge success using various forms of social media and quizzed them mercilessly as to what it’s all about! The biggest tip I can give can give everyone is to use the YouTube search bar as your training tool. There are people out there that will sell you e-books for £60, membership sites for $100 a month, and all they will do is sell you more e-books and workshops at £1000. YOUTUBE AND GAVIN SCOTT, SILVER PREMIER EXECUTIVE DISTRIBUTOR The Kleeneze YouTube channel has had over 300,000 views. What makes it so useful for everyone? Not everyone can get to all the big meetings and your mind can only take in small amounts of information at a time; remember when you were at school you used to listen to the times tables over and over again until you learned them? Or learning a new language? FACEBOOK AND DEBBIE GEE SILVER EXECUTIVE DISTRIBUTOR Kleeneze’s YouTube channel gives everyone the opportunity to watch at a time that suits them and is great for picking up free training tips. Kleeneze only put people on the channel who are driving the business, so you’re learning from the right people, who are walking the walk. Facebook has over 900 million active users. Is it really a business tool, though? I think that Facebook is an absolutely fantastic business tool if used in the right way. How can you use it to grow your business? For example, last October I had once in a lifetime opportunity of meeting the entrepreneur, Richard Branson. Whilst chatting to Richard and his staff at his head office I noticed all of them had Facebook, Twitter, Tumbler and all the social media sites up on their computers. You can use some of stories as sponsoring tools to bring new people into your team. You may also learn from a product or party plan training to learn those skills to increase your Kleeneze retail orders. I keep a folder of the most asked-about points and when I have a new Distributor who wants to learn a certain skill I can forward them the Kleeneze YouTube link to watch, and ask for their feedback. You can even make videos with your own tips too. So I asked why – and they told me that over 60% of their workforce is employed to work on all aspects of social media; whether it’s advertising, product promotion, competitions or branding, they reckon that having a massive online profile is really important for the company. How do you see YouTube evolving? Now in my eyes, if it’s good enough for Richard Branson’s business, it’s certainly good enough for mine! They say “a picture paints a thousand words” and video is much more powerful; it brings a story to life and YouTube gives the power for it to go viral. One video I made has over 225,000 views, and I’m not an expert video-maker, it’s only going to get bigger. New smart phones make it so much easier. How can you use Facebook to grow your business? Well a good example is that early this year we introduced a team group page. As soon as someone joins our team they’re added to the group and can start asking questions and interacting with other team members. We also publish recognition and all the latest Kleeneze announcements on there. 06
  7. 7. Training Social Media you don’t know but with whom you share an interest. This is why it has such profound use in political movements, sports, music, and business. For us, it’s a fabulous way to create interest about the business for prospecting, and also to really grab the attention of existing distributors with useful information. And although you can only send very short messages, you can include links to websites, photos, or any web based information really. We find people look at their Facebook page more regularly than their emails and I’d say that it’s probably been the best business tool we’ve introduced this year for team communication. How can use it for your business? I’ve also sponsored 14 people from my warm market – This is from the Facebook posts I put down on a regular basis. I don’t put business posts down all the time - I drip-feed that information so as not to overload them. There are two ways to use Twitter in your Kleeneze business; first, for your new and existing Distributors to keep in touch with what’s going on across the network – there are some things Jamie announces FIRST on Twitter before anywhere else. People see me interacting with other Kleeneze distributors, having fun and it does look like a really happy, money making business to join. I recommend you follow the #Kleeneze hashtag so you can see what others are tweeting about Kleeneze. I’ve sponsored new Distributors directly from Twitter. Secondly, it’s also been another useful tool for my warm market as its been another way of showing my warm market the business. However, it can’t do your job for you. We’re networkers, so the skill of showing a prospect the business must still be done by personal networking. How do you get started? Setting up an account is really simple. Choose a good photo of yourself –– keep it as professional as possible but still reflecting your personality. Put a bit of detail in about yourself, don’t just make it all business – you’ve got to remember you are building an online personality. you’re now an online networker. What are the dos and don’ts in using Twitter effectively? Don’t just use Twitter to spam people with adverts for your business. It’s an intuitive interactive tool and you must interact. Add friends, family and work colleagues and other Kleeneze Distributors. Then – just sit back and people-watch for a week. Observe what works and you can do this by looking at the number of likes and comments people get. I’ve seen people on there who send the same message repeatedly day in day out thinking that people will use their service or be interested in what they’re doing. If you have a broad range of interests, tweet about them. That will increase the number of people who follow you. Twitter is only as good as the people you are following. Some people when they first start using Twitter complain that it’s boring. You only see the tweets of the people you follow, so follow a healthy number of people who you’re interested in. Then interact... TWITTER AND DOUG ROPER GOLD EXECUTIVE DISTRIBUTOR What’s Twitter all about? Twitter is an online social network that allows users to post short rapid bursts of information or communication in 140 characters or less, called tweets. That’s slightly shorter than a standard mobile text message which is 160 characters. Don’t just read others’ tweets - interact with them. Re-tweet information you think is interesting. The aim of twitter is to gain followers who may then be interested in your message. Twitter allows you to connect globally with others who share your interests. In other words you can communicate instantly with people who 07
  8. 8. A DESTINATION THAT BEATS ALL OTHERS On 1 September 2012, we announced that the next incentive destination available for you to qualify for is a two-part trip to Dubai and the Maldives! “In my humble opinion, we’ve had the greatest response there’s ever been for a Destination launch,” said Director of Network “We HAVE to do it. Dubai has been on our Development, Michael Khatkar. “That’s taking into account over goal board for the last 10 years. I can’t the past few years there have been huge launches such as New believe this is finally within our grasp!” Caroline Powell York, Hong Kong, Cape Town and Miami to name but a few. “I think the reason it’s fired everyone up so much is to a certain extent because of the two parts of the Destination – Dubai AND the Maldives. However, since the launch, so many people have told me that these are “Both places are paradise! I hope to the places that have been on their dream destination wish list for many years and now it’s possible. make it in 2013. Thank you, Kleeneze, for everything you do for us Distributors” “The criteria I have written for Destination 2013 is befitting for everyone in the Network. So, whether Amrit Bhach you’re brand new or have been in for two decades, it’s very possible that you can qualify. “I desperately want all of you to be there, where every single scene you see is perfect. If you can experience even half of what I did when whilst on the filming trip, it will be a destination you will never, ever forget.” At Bracknell Kleeneze LIVE! in July of this year, we announced a competition with a prize the likes of which had never been seen in the business before. The rules were the Distributorship who achieved the highest new business sales from 1 July 2012 until 23 August 2012 would be travelling to Destination 2013 the day after the Showcase! “Fantastic, fantastic, fantastic dream destinations. Only with Kleeneze!” Matt Self Congratulations to everyone who worked so hard to get into the running for this amazing prize: 10.Lynn Macdonald “I want to be a part of this!!! 9. Mark Law and Diana Searle Susanne Lombart 8. Katrina and Ian Harvey-Winstanley 7. Andrew Buxton and Laura Kelly 6. Raymond and Miriam Turnbull “I can’t get my breath! I said to my Upline that I hoped the Destination would be Dubai and what do you do you pull that out of the hat! Yeeha!” 5. Karen and Neil Young 4. Eamon Lynch and Marie Ryan 3. Debbie Gee and David White 2. Ian Williams and Sally Mellor Claire Underdown 08
  9. 9. Destination 2013 Competition winners The winners of the competition were Bronze Executive Distributors, Stuart and Robyn-Lee Heard. Team Talk caught up with the couple on their return to find out what they thought of Kleeneze’s latest Destination. Dubai Creek and back again, so we had our own personal boat and tour guide! It’s great to see the different sides of Dubai this way, both modern and old meet with the presidential palace somewhere in between. From here we took the metro back to the hotel. Much of the metro runs on a monorail above the main freeway, so you can see Dubai almost from above! “From the moment it was announced that we had won the competition, we were completely in awe of the whole experience and journey that we were about to embark on! Late afternoon and we were picked up from the hotel in a 4 x 4 and taken out in to the desert for our evening’s entertainment which started off with a white knuckle ride up, down and side-ways down the huge sand dunes! Watching the sun set in the desert is quite an experience, we then had the chance to take a short ride on a camel before we arrived at our oasis, a traditional Arabian barbeque whilst be entertained by belly dancing and Arabic dancers. Arriving at the Westin Hotel overlooking The Palm Jumeriah (the palm islands that Dubai is so famous for), we were treated like royalty from the out-set. The hotel itself is of one of the highest standards I’ve ever seen on a Kleeneze conference and the staff really do make sure that every need is taken care of. The hotel pool is amazing and winds around the gardens and also has a private beach. The sea water is that typically tropical turquoise in colour and it’s like getting in to a bath it’s so warm! There are waiters to take care of your needs both at the pool and on the beach, so you’re never short of a drink! We spent our first day lazing at the hotel. Headed off to the Gold Souk (Market) by taxi, it was a great way to see some of Dubai’s amazing skyscrapers. Most of the taxi drivers love to double-up as their own tour guide, so you get a real feel for the city. The Souk offers everything from jewellery to fabrics to the usual tourist t-shirts as well as spice markets, most of our fun came from bartering with the traders, as this is the place to do it! Our next mode of transport was by boat - but not in the usual tourist way! One of the locals who runs a cross river taxi service, offered to take us out as the sole passengers up The third day was spent at the Atlantis Aquaventure water park, located on the Palm Islands, where we were thrilled by the rides and chilled out gently riding the currents along the canals that criss-cross the park. Of course, the highlight of the day was to achieve one of our biggest goals swimming with dolphins, a once in a lifetime opportunity at Dolphin Bay. Dubai was everything and more that we could want from a destination - the only thing missing was YOU! This is a trip that beats all others and MUST be experienced by everyone in the network. Speak to your sponsor and Upline, put a plan together and work towards this fantastic destination - if you only get out half the enjoyment we’ve just had, you’re still guaranteed a trip of a lifetime! Make sure you’re there!” 09
  10. 10. Try walking in our shoes! The best bit about Kleeneze, we think, is not only that everyone can do it, but that someone already usually has so all you need to do is copy what they did. Simples! Sandra and I have been privileged to go on 7 Kleeneze overseas conferences in the past 5 years, so we have some experience of how to qualify. 7 trips - so here are 7 tips! 1. Understand the criteria thoroughly – check with your Upline if you are in any doubt. 2. Start NOW. Don’t make the mistake of thinking: ’I have a year’. You don’t. You must make measurable progress immediately. Do something every day towards your qualification. Today, for example, we stickered up Opportunity DVDs to give to all our ordering customers as we have a customer base to collect in. 3. Have a written plan. Not a vague idea in your head of what you need to do, but a specific, written down plan of activity. 4. Don’t give up, even when you hit some obstacles. Understand right up front that you will hit some brick walls at some point in the next few months as you work towards qualifying. Those who succeed are the ones who keep going through those tough times. Everyone who has qualified for destinations in the past has experienced the same. , yrna Wellock eter and MExecutive Distributors P Silver Senior We have had the privilege of attending numerous Kleeneze Destinations so far, from Safaris in South Africa; Cruising the Caribbean on the largest sailing ship in the world; waking up in Australia to our hotel room view of Sydney Harbour with its magnificent Bridge and Opera House; to the very interesting and modern world of Hong Kong; and not forgetting last year when we visited the world famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel in ’New York - New York’ with 16 members of the team, to name just a few! 5. Think in terms of growth through new Distributors, not just increasing your personal retail. Recommend this business to everybody. For long-term sustainable growth you need lots of people in your team. 6. Download the pictures of Dubai and the Maldives from Use them to inspire yourself and your team. 7. Attend every event you can over the next year – business opportunity meetings, Kleeneze LIVE!, any events your group hold, wherever they are. Event attendance will keep you focused and help you refine your plan where needed. The Destinations can only be described as awesome, totally unique and incomparable with any other ’holiday’ out there, and Kleeneze always go that extra mile to give distributors the incredible emotional sensation of feeling very special. They’re always action packed with a full and exciting agenda, and it is little wonder that once someone has experienced one of these amazing Destinations they want to return time and again, especially as it is always with like-minded and lovely people. Doug and Sandra Roper, Gold Executive Distributors We know Destination XIII will be outstanding. The criteria is out there, so our advice is to get together with your successful Upline and devise a plan. The secret is to treat the advice very seriously indeed and follow the plan to the letter, as although there is room for some manoeuvre, it is important to keep directly on target throughout the qualification period and not leave things to chance. Doug and Sandra Roper, Gold Executive Distributors Peter and Myrna Wellock, Silver Senior Executive Distributors 10
  11. 11. Destination 2013 Criteria Dubai The Criteria Base building your business around this criteria and you’ll find it will create growth, foster sustainability and generate growth in your business, so – come Period 9, 2013 – not only will your business and income be better than ever before, you’ll also have a ticket to Dubai and possibly the Maldives too! The Mald ives REQUIREMENTS/NOTES FOR ALL QUALIFIERS: Criteria for Destination 2013 • All ’New Business Sales’ whether in Sales Plan success or League tables must be achieved by a minimum of FIVE new people Runs from Period 10, 2012 to Period 9, 2013. • New Business Sales are sales achieved by all the new distributors you sponsor / initiate into your downline over the course of the criteria Main Group: 1. Achieve a minimum level of Gold Distributor (for the first time) 2. Maintain the new position for a further three periods (They don’t need to be consecutive) 3. Demonstrate a minimum of £5000 in NEW BUSINESS SALES over the course of the qualification period • Any Distributorship that achieves Sales Plan success in Period 8 or 9, 2012 (to a minimum level of Gold), will be in qualification for Destination 2013 but must maintain their new position for a further four Periods (plus the additional requirements) • A Distributorship can only qualify for a particular destination once (multiple qualifications do not automatically qualify a Distributorship for the next destination the following year). This rule also applies to trophy winners and new Premier Distributors. New Business Sales Competition for existing Gold, Senior & Executive Distributors: Top ten in each category of Gold, Senior & Executive groups will qualify • In order to qualify, a new partner on a Kleeneze distributorship should join the business before the Distributorship begins qualification. • The programme commences at the point of departure of the international flight. Domestic flights are not included (except from Ireland & the Channel Islands). Travel insurance, airport accommodation and car parking must be arranged by the Distributorship. Top Qualifiers Group: 1. Achieve a minimum level of Bronze Executive Distributor (for the first time) 2. Maintain the new position for a further three periods (They don’t have to be consecutive) 3. Demonstrate a minimum of £5000 in NEW BUSINESS SALES over the course of the qualification period. New Business Sales Competition for existing SEDs & Premiers Top ten in each category of SED & Premier will qualify • Due to limitations at the destination we reserve the right to offer an alternative if qualifiers exceed 250. • There is no cash alternative available • Attendance is by invitation only and will be subject to the usual company verifications and account compliancy. Have you qualified for a Kleeneze Destination in the past? Or are you planning on going on Destination XIII? Team Talk wants to hear all your tips, advice and stories. Email us at REMINDER: We will count New Business Sales from the people you sponsor from Period 9, 2012 onwards. 11
  12. 12. Kleeneze works! People join Kleeneze for lots of different reasons: to make a little extra cash to help the household finances; to be able to work flexible hours that fit around a busy family life or to satisfy career ambitions and financial goals. Speak to any Kleeneze Distributor and you’ll find they all have a unique story to tell, but there is one thing they’ll ALL tell you – Kleeneze works. “I’m quite new, but Kleeneze is already working for me, because I can see a light at the end of the debt tunnel,” Andrew Hale “It works so I can always be there for them” Grace “It works for me as a residual pension plan for my retirement (which is a long way off yet!),” Mary Hession “My wife and I can work the business around our two children, who are at school. My wife also suffers from M.E., so it suits us down to the ground not having to ask permission from our bosses for time off,” Rich Getlevog “Kleeneze means I will never be made redundant again!” “Both me and my husband were able to take our eldest to her first day at school,” Fay Smith Scott Keable “It fits around my husband’s shifts and it allows us to give our children magic moments that will last a lifetime,” Tracy Eltringham “It’s going to pay for the dream holiday to America with my hubby and kiddies!” Becca Page “Kleeneze enabled me to pay off my mortgage. I love the freedom this business gives me,” Debbie Gee “Kleeneze has made me a positive person. My glass is always half full now,” Suzanne Shaw “It’s so flexible that you can earn as much or as little as you like,” Georgina Wilding “I work for myself now and not someone else. Being part of a great team has helped give me back my self-confidence,” Allison Voller “Kleeneze works for me, because I can earn the extra money to pay things like the car tax and insurance,” Dom Bottrell “Kleeneze means we can work when we want to. Thanks to its flexibility, it allows us to home educate our three boys from home,” Lisa Wright “It’s paying for the best day of my life next year – getting married to my soul mate,” Josh Fowler “It has allowed me to earn a great income around my 4 children – one of whom has Asperger Syndrome. Nothing else would allow me to be there as and when I’m needed,” Helen Sandland “I can now work around my commitments without a boss to answer to and earn the income that I choose to when I want to. Love it!” Heidi Davis “Kleeneze gives me security and has enabled me to believe in myself to achieve me dreams. I know I will never be short of money again and if I have an emergency to pay for, we can just put out more catalogues,” Lorraine Sharpe “As a single mum, it gives me the freedom to work around looking after my two children (ages 1 and 2), choosing my own hours and taking time off when I need to be there for them,” Steph Tompsett 12
  13. 13. Sponsoring Opportunity DVD “It works to help me fulfil my ambitions” Neil The new Kleeneze Works Opportunity Brochure and DVD (available from 15/10/12) Single Opportunity Brochure and DVD, code 07730, £0.75p/€0.90 Pack of 50 Opportunity Brochures and DVDs, code 23159, £35/€42 13
  14. 14. Testimonial Vanessa Hodgkinson A far cry from where I imagined I could be As time went by, the impact of having three children, and one less income in the family, soon took its toll on the finances I grew up on a council estate with my parents and two brothers. When my parents split up, I drifted between my mum and dad’s place and started to mix with the wrong crowd. None of us thought we had any future. I used to talk about what I wanted out of life, but everyone would tell me I had no chance because of where we lived. I hardly ever went to school and just hung around with my so-called friends. Something had to change! Of course, for things to change, you have to change – so I did and my life started to get better. I left school at 16 with only 2 CSEs, but found myself a clerical job and then as a typing clerk. From there I progressed to the accountancy department and there I remained. Mark and I got married a year-and-a-half after we met and soon started a family. One after another, our first three children arrived and soon eating out three times a week and regular weekends away stopped altogether. I didn’t go back to work, because childcare fees were too expensive and, luckily, Mark’s income was good allowing me to stay at home with the children. His income came with a price though and with his work being so demanding I spent a lot of time bringing up the children alone. Weekends were dominated by child-related activities and slowly our dreams had started to slip away. As time went by, the impact of having three children, and one less income in the family, soon took its toll on the finances; credit cards paid for the holidays and everyday expenses meant there was no money left for us to treat the children. Then a Kleeneze catalogue came through the door and after ordering a couple of times I decided to fill in the catalogue slip with my details and joined. Initially, I think Mark was concerned about me trying to balance my home life with my business, but came to understand that it was doing me good. Mark then took a new role as a Director for a company in North Wales, so we relocated and for five months my catalogues were in storage. I started attending regular meetings, mixing with other distributors and came to a Showcase, which really changed the way I felt about the business. All of these meetings made me see the bigger picture. Even when our fourth child was born in 2010 I carried on the business from my hospital bed and when I got home, orders were waiting for me to be sorted and delivered. The business carried on... Last September Mark had a light bulb moment! He came along with me to the Gala Dinner and was blown away by the positivity and was 14 gkinson Vanessa Hod This Kleeneze journey has helped Mark and I to dream together again and, yes, WE ARE GOING TO MIAMI! humbled by the success and recognition of the business. He told me how proud he was of my achievement in Kleeneze, which at that point was 15%, with a few team members. After we got home, Mark decided to join me in Kleeneze. This was after nearly four years of drip feeding him with CDs which he wouldn’t admit to me that he’d listened to - but I know he did! We agreed to work as a team, and to make a plan for the Miami conference. So we took advice from our Upline, Peter and Myrna Wellock, and others in the group and started putting things into action. It was like a military operation, with school, child care for our 2½ year old, massive retail, with 5am starts 3 times a week, collecting ’til the dead of night and working with new people. The Miami DVD and Will Smith’s Miami CD blasting from my car every day, all helped to keep us focused! This Kleeneze journey has helped Mark and I to dream together again and, yes, WE ARE GOING TO MIAMI! Our next goals are to qualify as Bronze Executive and to take the family to Florida. This business can give you so much; more money, freedom, friendships, confidence and recognition to give us all a fantastic lifestyle that no job can.
  15. 15. Events Annual Showcase 2012 SNAPSHOTS FROM THE SHOWCASE 15
  17. 17. Events Annual Showcase 2012 17
  18. 18. Competition S.U.M.O Shut Up and Move On! Do you have fruity thinking? Do you operate on Hippo Time? Ever fallen prey to the Martyr Syndrome? If you don’t know what we’re talking about, it’s about time you were taught how to Shut Up and Move On! Paul McGee’s refreshing look at personal development (S.U.M.O.) is a straight-talking guide to creating and enjoying a brilliant life. For those who were at the Kleeneze Christmas Showcase in 2008, you’ll remember him as the guest speaker who wowed the crowd. The trainer is also known as the man who worked with Manchester United Football Club and England’s World Cup winning rugby coach, Sir Clive Woodward. Of course, Shut Up and Move On isn’t really quite as harsh as it sounds! It’s more of a wake-up call for us to stop, reflect, move on and do something. Paul’s no-nonsense guide helps you silence that inner critic – the voice inside your head that highlights your weaknesses and undermines your confidence. S.U.M.O will give you seven questions in times of stress that will give you that strength to deal with whatever it is and effectively move on: 1. Where is this on a scale of 1 – 10 (where 10 equals death!)? 2. How important will this be in six months’ time? 3. Is my response appropriate and effective? 4. How can I influence or improve the situation? Competition You can now win FIVE COPIES of S.U.M.O for you and your team! To be in with a chance, simply answer this question: Personal Development coach, Paul shares his surname with magician’s assistant, Debbie McGee. But which magician is she connected to? a)David Blaine b)Paul Daniels c)Harry Potter Send your answer along with your Distributor account number to by Friday 26 October, using SUMO as the subject title. 5. What can I learn from this? 6. What will I do differently this time? 7. What can I find positive in this situation? Congratulations to our winners of July’s competition, who have won ezecook products – the Mandolin Sliver, Oil Sprayer, Garlic Grater and Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl. Rich Haydon & Gill Pritchard; Craig Boyes; Maria and Derrick Longwright; Robert and Kelly Straw; Matleena Elonheimo; Jacqui & Steve Ellis; Kath & John Clease; Glenn Hadgraft; Georgina Wilding; Kate Moffett The answer was C: 3 See the DSA for full terms and conditions. 18
  19. 19. Testimonial Della Tucker Partying for a profit For many single parents, being able to work part-time or flexible hours is far more important than anything else. Being the sole breadwinner in the family, along with providing a role model for their children is immensely important, however, jobs that provide that sort of flexibility can be thin on the ground. Until now that is. “As a single mum with 2 children, I was always looking for a way to boost my income,” explains Silver Distributor, Della Tucker. “I’d been a guest at a party plan event before and really enjoyed the sociable shopping experience. It seemed as though becoming a party plan consultant was exactly what I had been looking for. The opportunity to earn an extra income whilst having fun and meeting new people was ideal. Plus, it got me out of the house and – as much as I love my children, it gave me some much-needed adult company! Della Tucker “I mentioned this to some friends of mine Nick and Anna Padfield, who told me about ezespa. They showed me the products and told me a little bit about the company. I was immediately impressed by the quality of the products and the amazing prices. I had never heard of Helen É before, but it was clear that these were premium quality cosmetics with a fabulous portfolio and they would not be difficult to sell. That together with the backing of a long established award winning and hugely successful direct selling company made the decision to join easy one, and I couldn’t wait to get my kit and get started. The opportunity to earn an extra income whilst having fun and meeting new people was ideal “I joined ezespa at the end of April, and my first party was £335. After just 3 parties I have achieved 10% and have sponsored 2 people into my team. “This is the beginning of something big and I want to be a part of the huge success that I know this company is going to achieve with party plan. My focus at the moment is to build a successful business not just for myself but for the people working with me, an accomplished and motivated team who will enjoy and embrace the business, and of course I will be going for Gold. “Destination 2013 is in my sights and there is a ticket to wherever that might be with my name on it. I want to share my vision for the future with everyone around me, infect my team with my enthusiasm and excitement and of course share the success that is ours for the taking. “Party plan is a fantastic concept, and I can’t think of a better way of earning a living. I hope that one day this will be my full time career and that I can spend the rest of my working life being paid to party!” 19 After just 3 parties I have achieved 10% and have sponsored 2 people into my team Party plan is a fantastic concept, and I can’t think of a better way of earning a living
  20. 20. ’Tis the season to party til Gold! We rocked, wrapped, sparkled and laughed at Santa’s Workshops, as we put the ezeparty opportunity firmly on the map near you Are you Going with Goals or Going for Gold? Either will take you a few miles closer to Dubai and the Maldives How is your challenge going to retail £4k in the season? What will you spend your £1k income on? A goal is something which is achieved when the mood it was made in has passed. Is it time to re evaluate, climb the party tree and light up your life with ezeparty sparkle? To help you on your way Louisa, Lisa and I are holding live parties around the country. Would you like to hold one in your business? Read how successful these events have been: “Just a little feedback from the fab ezespa and make up party you did for us. Everyone there enjoyed the whole evening. The 8 round tables were full. In fact, we had over 60 people attend with at least 5 new consultants recruited, 10 Distributors going to do parties themselves and 9 party bookings achieved from the night. Plus lots of people watching across the country on a live webinar very impressed at seeing and being part of a live party. And that’s exactly what happened. With 60 or so Distributors and guests in attendance, the evening was filled with fun, coaching, sponsoring and sales as Nadine, Lisa and Louisa took us through the finer points of running a great ezespa party - complete with a couple of make-overs. The booking prizes were a real buzz with lots of people going home with big smiles and very excited. We also raised £75 for the Kleeneze Macmillan charity. Thanks ever so much once again for creating a fantastic party atmosphere, which encourages people to have a go themselves. I am sure this will be a permanent fixture in many Distributors’ diaries.” The whole evening was a sparkling success, and a great way to learn whilst you earn.” Geoff and Fiona Webb Silver Senior Executive Distributors Sue Burras Silver Senior Executive Distributor “What can I say about the fabulous Nadine Ward and her glamorous assistants at the Live Party Night at Nottingham? “What a fabulously enjoyable evening we had recently, as Nadine and her ezeparty Angels (aka Lisa and Louisa) descended on Nottingham to run an ezeparty in action event. Fantastic night with lots of fun frolics and training showing us all how the professionals run a party. To actually see what a party would be run like by the three glam girls was a treat in itself, topped off by the fact that it was also used as a great way to support a charity. I highly recommend getting along to one of these. Even if you are not intending doing parties yourself, it’s a brilliant learning process helping you to understand how a party would be run.” It occurred to us that not everyone feels confident to run a party and not everyone feels they can fill a room full of people to make a party a success - and whilst the coaching events have been fantastic - there’s nothing like the ’real thing’ - so we thought, why not combine the lot by running a real party that Distributors could bring a guest or 2 along, learn from the ’masters in action’ (mistresses!) take some personal sales on the night and whilst we’re at it raise some money for charity as well? James O’Neil Bronze Senior Executive Distributor 20
  21. 21. Training ezeparty update So what are you waiting for? Gather your teams together for great training with instant results. All Distributors bring guests and enjoy the full party live experience. All sales, bookings and recruits go to the person who brought the guest. You Boost your business and build your knowledge the ezeparty way. We are what we repeatedly do – excellence, therefore, is not one action, but a habit. Have fun by repeating your ezeparty experiences. Go for Gold this Christmas! You will be thrilled you did! Nadine 21
  22. 22. From our top retailers to those who have reached 10% for the very first time, over the next few pages, you’ll find the names of those whose achievements are very much to be shouted about. Recognition In no other business will you find such a recognition and reward scheme! Congratulations to all of you who achieved your goals in Period 8 and, for our new starters, we hope to see your name on these pages very soon! Personal Retail TOP 3 1st Kelly & Matthew Self 2nd Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 3rd Melissa Squires & Ian Slade Personal Sales Group TOP 3 £8,223 1st New Business Sales TOP 3 £27,100 1st Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard £7,855 2nd Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard £16,599 2nd Ann & John Coe £7,095 3rd 22 £8,444 Mike & Amanda Bibby £16,595 3rd Paul & Carolyn Blaxall £23,344 Richard & Clare Chantler £7,939
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Recognition Top performers Top 50 Period 8 Personal Retail No. Distributor Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Kelly Self & Matthew Self Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford Melissa Squires & Ian Slade Steven Divito Paul Brown & Nicola Mitchell Kevin Davies & Deborah Parker Margaret Foster & Ian Foster Matthew Elliott & Nicola Elliott Colin John Francis & Sarah Marie Francis Karen Hall & Robert Evans Lynne Trowell & David Trowell Ian Wightmore & Deborah Wightmore William Melia & Linda Moore Lorraine Collins & Mark Collins Richard Wheatley & Karen Wheatley Saddique Hussain Kelly Elliott & Steve Elliott Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec Peter Savidge Paul Hammond & Gosia Hammond Anthony Mervin Jane Mousley & David Mousley Chris Wright & Annette Wright Patrick Mckenna Bob Pauley & Sue Pauley Alison Beal & Geoffrey Ault Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman Ian Hickton & Rachel Hickton Sean Nicholls & Maura Nicholls Satwinder Sagoo Lance Clapton & Deborah Clapton Adam Fairclough & Jennifer Thornley Jeffrey Margrave David Marsden & Elizabeth Marsden Abigail Allgood Mark Oreilly & Sue Oreilly Marie Simmonds & Jeremy Simmonds Paul Parish & Pauline Parish Angela Wallace Emma Parker & Steve Kendrick Paul Meikle Martyn Cunningham Margaret Morris & Alan Morris Melanie Coo & John Pickersgill Jean Sidhu & Antony Watkins Gavin Conway & Trish Conway Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone Sanjay Sharma Chantele Travis & Barry Travis Personal Sales Group Sales £8,223 £7,855 £7,095 £6,876 £6,855 £6,707 £6,445 £6,329 £6,294 £6,085 £5,908 £5,842 £5,391 £5,239 £5,198 £5,159 £5,028 £5,027 £4,993 £4,896 £4,800 £4,787 £4,782 £4,757 £4,746 £4,652 £4,629 £4,582 £4,519 £4,512 £4,427 £4,401 £4,387 £4,369 £4,348 £4,340 £4,221 £4,214 £4,199 £4,182 £4,132 £4,109 £4,106 £4,103 £4,052 £4,008 £3,995 £3,994 £3,977 £3,928 New Business Sales This figure will not include break-away Gold Distributors or non-qualifying Gold Distributors (includes all adjustments). This figure includes all new initiations plus their sales from Period 6-8 Distributor Name Distributor Name Sales Stuart Heard & Robyn-Lee Heard Ann Coe & John Coe Paul Blaxall & Carolyn Blaxall Kevin Rider Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson Abigail Colclough Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent Chantele Travis & Barry Travis Stacy Beck & Jonathan Beck Mike Bibby & Amanda Bibby Janet Mitchell & Andrew Mitchell Marie Simmonds & Jeremy Simmonds Rob Forster & Ray Aziz Ian Williams & Sally Mellor James White & Jane White Bob Goulding & Diane Goulding Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Tsoi Karen Young & Neil Young Peter Wellock & Myrna Wellock Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec Kate Lee & Nicola Spence Tracy Sheehan & David Sheehan Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford Stephen Jessop Michael Walker & Michelle Anderson Melissa Squires & Ian Slade Debra Pusey & Oliver Pusey Adam Swire & Deborah Heron Abigail Allgood Linda Cannings & Alan Cannings Cath Wilkinson & John Wilkinson Mark Williamson & Lisa Hughes Alex Langler & Kathleen Langler Peter Abrahams & Angela Abrahams Susan Walton Michael Mccaul & Diane Ruth Mccaul Andrew Fountaine Colin Turnbull & Sarby Turnbull Beryl Wynter John Halsall & Janice Halsall Jane Mousley & David Mousley Lynne Trowell & David Trowell David Bole & Lynn Bole Peter Savidge Sohail Ahmed Kim Keable & Scott Keable Adam Humphrey & Coleen Humphrey Heather Brown & Alan Brown William Melia & Linda Moore Sheelagh Humphries & Paul Humphries 23 £27,100 £16,599 £16,595 £16,493 £13,289 £13,151 £13,013 £12,648 £12,341 £12,296 £12,160 £12,057 £11,961 £11,810 £11,733 £11,605 £11,580 £11,439 £11,100 £10,961 £10,949 £10,776 £10,764 £10,756 £10,546 £10,218 £10,194 £10,117 £10,048 £9,971 £9,939 £9,876 £9,844 £9,831 £9,813 £9,721 £9,528 £9,526 £9,440 £9,432 £9,419 £9,415 £9,408 £9,403 £9,388 £9,382 £9,311 £9,251 £9,212 £9,208 Sales Stuart Heard & Robyn-Lee Heard £23,344 Mike Bibby & Amanda Bibby £8,444 Richard Chantler & Clare Chantler £7,939 Ian Williams & Sally Mellor £7,348 Debra Pusey & Oliver Pusey £7,282 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly £6,412 Andrew Shaw £6,097 Paul Flintoft £5,693 Kim Keable & Scott Keable £5,329 Karen Young & Neil Young £5,250 Clive Currier & Bev Currier £4,662 Gaz Edwards & Laura Dobedoe £4,547 Kevin Rider £4,359 Margarida Gray £4,152 Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Tsoi £4,116 Kenneth Fisher & Linda Fisher £4,063 Peter Wellock & Myrna Wellock £3,922 Mike Gough & Dawn Gough £3,840 Nick Sassanelli & Grace Sassanelli £3,692 Doug Roper & Sandra Roper £3,634 Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan £3,503 Sarah Philp & Timothy Philp £3,487 Jane Mousley & David Mousley £3,394 Susan Walton £3,379 Stuart Doran & Rosalind Doran £3,314 Angela Power £3,264 Steve Roper & Debbie Roper £3,209 Debbie Gee & David White £3,199 Brian Holmwood & Diane Holmwood £3,113 Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain £3,075 Katrina Harvey-Winstanley & Ian Harvey-Winstanley £3,074 Ann Coe & John Coe £3,066 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall £3,002 Ricky Molyneux & Trisha Gemmell £2,917 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec £2,847 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox £2,830 Deborah Dewar & Allan Dewar £2,816 Rosina Pocock £2,796 John Webb & Kathryn Price £2,763 Stephen Nell & Debra Nell £2,745 Bernie Hough & Kelly Woodroffe £2,741 Craig White & Magdalena White £2,696 Mark Law & Diana Searle £2,670 Wayne Francis & Belinda Beale £2,661 Christine Sykes £2,649 Bob Goulding & Diane Goulding £2,625 Sohail Ahmed £2,619 Louise Wilson & David Wilson £2,615 Joanne Skinner £2,615 Emma Downes £2,560
  24. 24. THE TOP 500 Bulk Sales No. Distributor Name 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 Debbie Gee & David White Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward Amanda Holland & Andrew Holland Kevin Rider Tracy Sheehan & David Sheehan Gabrielle Broadstock & Paul Broadstock Stuart Heard & Robyn-Lee Heard Roger Green & Barbara Green Sharon Bird & Andrew Bird James Curtis Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox John English & Wendy English Alexandra Tuesley Sunil Popat Paul Tawn & Clare Bason Karim Karmali Su Bains & Jas Bains Clare Whitelock & Martin Whitelock Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan John Webb & Kathryn Price Ron Speirs & Judy Speirs Derrick Longwright & Maria Longwright Jay Singh Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree Graham Long & Georgina Long Eamonn Roe & Anne Roe Caroline Thompson & Philip Thompson Melanie Wilson & Andrew Wilson Chantele Travis & Barry Travis David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee John Halsall & Janice Halsall Stuart Mckibbin & Gail Mckibbin Trish Fisher & Lee Fisher Michael Laydon & Sandra Laydon Barbara Ann Peachey & Alan John Peachey Alison Ogden & Michael Ogden Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts Kerry Stonall & Paul Stonall Keith Sandland & Helen Sandland Alan Meldrum Ian Clarke & Agnieszka Clarke Jennifer Amos & Martin Amos Ram Singh & Joginder Singh Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris Laurence Wiseman & Rosemary Wiseman Stephen Clark Robert Wellock Ivan Darch Cindy Brown & David Brown Debra Pusey & Oliver Pusey Lesley Burroughs Harold Fulton & Minnie Fulton Norman Grundy & Joanne Grundy David Pope Justin Rowe & Tracy Bell Michael Allsop & Jennifer Allsop Seph Oconnell & Sarah Watson Nicola Neville & Jerome Neville Rhian Jones & E Anthony Jones Elaine Spafford & Martin Spafford Amelia Mchard & Hannah Mchard Karen Flitton & Peter Flitton Lorraine Balcombe & Ian Balcombe Christopher Conroy Georgina Goodger & Will Goodger Sales No. Distributor Name 34,281 33,964 33,903 33,698 33,125 32,450 32,424 31,865 31,122 30,597 30,568 30,076 29,996 29,669 29,419 29,419 29,365 29,217 28,773 28,444 28,340 28,297 27,743 27,520 27,317 27,160 27,145 26,935 26,734 26,062 25,860 25,482 24,934 24,437 23,405 22,752 22,719 22,691 22,274 22,273 21,966 21,947 21,873 21,719 20,881 20,612 20,279 19,717 19,709 19,618 19,601 19,552 19,537 19,504 19,098 18,890 18,685 18,618 18,582 18,354 18,311 18,198 17,197 17,170 17,160 17,160 17,152 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 Sales Michael Wallace & Janet Wallace Christine Sykes Robert Dolan & Jacqueline Dolan Christine Foster & Jim Foster David Rhodes & Christine Rhodes Andrew Meldrum & Ann Meldrum Steve Chambers & Cathy Chambers Timothy Pace & Tina Pace Mark Wildman & Sarah Wildman Heather Brown & Alan Brown John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo Paul Meikle Sakuntla Kalyan & Richard Lovesey James Dale & Claire Daniels Linda Stanley & Ian Stanley Kevin Sands Denise Neal & Stephen Neal Mark Law & Diana Searle Helen Walsh & Andrew Walsh Ann Coe & John Coe Tony Fasulo & Julie White-Fasulo Peter Dutton & Sheryl Dutton Robert Young & Clare Mears Terry Hodge & Jane Hodge Paul Flintoft Paul Blaxall & Carolyn Blaxall Colin Sadler & Charlene Sadler Joseph Odonnell Veronica Nixon David Wilson & Julie Knight Steven Harding & Narissa Mather Daniel Marshall & Michelle Marshall Martina Mcgrath & James Mcgrath Paul Melville Marie Simmonds & Jeremy Simmonds John Smith John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone Jude Joyce & Steve Joyce Richard Peuleve & Helen Peuleve Anthony Peacham & Susan Peacham Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning Alison Thomas & Kevin Thomas David Byatt & Janet Smith Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy Bob Goulding & Diane Goulding Phil Curtis Christopher Marshall & Lynne Marshall Conor Treanor & Linda Treanor David Mccreath & Judith Mccreath Arthur Cuthbert & Susan Cuthbert Omran Zaman Linda Gower & Tony Gower Angela Wallace Daisy Fickling & Richard Fickling Sarah Philp & Timothy Philp Karen Boardman & Scott Boardman Carole Sunter & James Sunter Tavis Taylor Barry Bradbury & Cecilia Bradbury Georgina Gale & Phil Gale Jillian Griffiths & Peter Griffiths Colin Turnbull & Sarby Turnbull Clive Currier & Bev Currier Pamela Jarvis James White & Jane White Martyn Cunningham Coleen Batchelor & Stephen Batchelor 24 No. Distributor Name 16,882 16,757 16,724 16,684 16,451 16,388 16,300 16,021 16,021 15,818 15,555 15,517 15,458 15,200 15,057 15,046 14,668 14,581 14,515 14,459 14,450 14,381 14,325 14,030 13,983 13,829 13,824 13,818 13,651 13,638 13,612 13,338 13,332 13,259 13,134 13,115 13,113 12,903 12,798 12,728 12,723 12,719 12,710 12,696 12,647 12,633 12,378 12,342 12,311 12,311 12,282 12,151 12,117 12,049 12,036 12,014 11,944 11,903 11,870 11,746 11,656 11,614 11,591 11,576 11,548 11,456 11,394 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 Stuart Hill Leslie Harris & Moira Harris David Gerry & Jenny Gerry Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson Kimberley Sunter Janet Mitchell & Andrew Mitchell Jane Connor & Andrew Connor Maria Kowalkowski & Lee Kowalkowski Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent Bernie Klinger & Barbara Klinger Stephen Shepherd & Laine Shepherd Tim Sandom Lyn Davies & Tony Davies Darren Simmons & Christina Simmons Gill Sepe & Donato Sepe Diane Owen & Geoff Owen Gareth Duffy & Gil Duffy Richard Fallowfield & Ranti Fallowfield Michael Godwin Seamus Houghton & Clare Houghton Jackie Bower & Stuart Bower Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall Clive Lennard & Pamela Lennard Sheila Fowler & Nigel Fowler Stacy Beck & Jonathan Beck Bev Townsend & Dave Townsend Rosemary Day & Christopher Day Catherine Lord & Stephen Lord Gill Evans & Tim Evans Tony Vallerine & Wendy Vallerine Jeffrey Topple & Frances Topple Christopher Smith & Sarah Smith Bill Caddy John Clements & Sophia Clements Alnashir Ratanshi & Yasmin Ratanshi Stephen Gilbert & Rebecca Gilbert Vikki Titterrell & Bernie Titterrell Ian Williams & Sally Mellor John Beesley & Karina Beesley Kenneth Rooney & Karen Rooney Kim Atherton Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Tsoi Steven Clements Angela Burchell & Stephen Burchell Gail Drew & Darren Drew William Warrington & Jane Warrington Jen Luke & Garry Luke David Luke & Elaine Luke David Hullah & Brenda Hullah Craig Lomas & Linda Lomas Justine Giergiel & Steve Giergiel Gloria Davies & Clive Davies Sharon Davis & Craig Davis Kathleen Watson Javid Khan Lee Pattinson & Michelle Pattinson Christopher Young & Helena Edwards Narendra Kalon & Kashmir Kalon Joanne Powell Ian Parker & Carol Parker Stephen Wilson & Marie Bell David Potter Gerard Coste Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec Kate Lee & Nicola Spence Raymond Satchell & Lorraine Satchell Robert Clifton & Jennifer Clifton Sales 11,217 11,217 11,149 11,074 11,052 11,049 11,013 10,901 10,844 10,822 10,812 10,700 10,686 10,625 10,588 10,547 10,427 10,384 10,379 10,372 10,359 10,352 10,342 10,318 10,285 10,261 10,241 10,153 10,135 10,044 10,043 9,953 9,898 9,882 9,882 9,879 9,876 9,841 9,798 9,666 9,656 9,650 9,634 9,634 9,629 9,591 9,587 9,572 9,548 9,505 9,430 9,387 9,338 9,319 9,319 9,319 9,293 9,284 9,251 9,244 9,215 9,211 9,148 9,135 9,124 9,080 9,045
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Recognition Top 500 See the inside back page for our TOP 100 achievers No. Distributor Name 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 Terry Hayden Chris Evans & Nicky Evans Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford Stephen Jessop Andrew Hunt & Denise Hunt Yvonne Coffey Neil Maclean & Susan Maclean Sandra Ellis Sandra Brown Darryl Allen Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester Michael Walker & Michelle Anderson Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin John Clease & Kath Clease Caroline Harvey & Simon Harvey Barry Mitchell & Nina Mitchell Christine Brennan & Ian Brennan Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse Kira Thomas & Andrew Thomas Jaqueline Mullings & Steven Mee Michael Collin & Gwendoline Hannan Melissa Squires & Ian Slade John Caton & Jenny Caton Maria Treanor & Shane Treanor Adam Swire & Deborah Heron Iain Swanston & Jackie Swanston Antony Gunn & Aileen Gunn Laura Mcloughlin & George Kerr June Love & David Love Fay Roe & Andrew Roe Abigail Allgood Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor Peter Neesham & Caren Neesham Linda Cannings & Alan Cannings Alex Dewar Cath Wilkinson & John Wilkinson Denys Harris & Laura Harris Mark Williamson & Lisa Hughes Julie Golding Alex Langler & Kathleen Langler Louise Lewis & Paul Lewis Kenny Liggett Peter Abrahams & Angela Abrahams Susan Walton David Jamieson Michael Mccaul & Diane Ruth Mccaul Margaret Jarman Pierce Hartley & Janet Hartley Allan Ledwidge Sharon Bullock & David Taylor Toni Yates & Martin Webb Trevor Rawding & Janet Rawding Louise Puttick Brian Holmwood & Diane Holmwood Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras David Bole & Lynn Bole Barbara Margaret Webb Marion Homer & Anthony Homer Andrew Fountaine Stuart Chantler & Claire Garrod Gordon Taylor & Glenys Taylor Robert Annan & Rosemary Annan Tony Brown & Julie Brown Beryl Wynter Jane Mousley & David Mousley Lynne Trowell & David Trowell David Flannagan & Heather Flannagan Sales 9,033 8,997 8,970 8,963 8,943 8,868 8,860 8,848 8,845 8,845 8,845 8,789 8,748 8,724 8,721 8,694 8,675 8,636 8,627 8,568 8,550 8,515 8,500 8,431 8,431 8,404 8,402 8,399 8,395 8,389 8,374 8,356 8,317 8,309 8,295 8,283 8,255 8,230 8,224 8,204 8,198 8,196 8,193 8,177 8,105 8,101 8,097 8,093 8,074 8,070 8,054 8,037 8,031 8,022 8,009 7,996 7,988 7,951 7,940 7,938 7,932 7,916 7,909 7,867 7,850 7,846 7,844 No. Distributor Name 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 Sales Peter Savidge Sohail Ahmed Kim Keable & Scott Keable Janet Bowen & Roger Bowen Adam Humphrey & Coleen Humphrey Arthur Bennett & Irene Bennett Christine Lappin Alan Larner & Rebekah Larner William Greaves & Helen Greaves William Melia & Linda Moore Sheelagh Humphries & Paul Humphries Graham Taylor & Simon Selfridge Richard Roberts Ann Stapleton & John Stapleton Michael Tolton & Julia Tolton Peter Monroe & Jean Monroe Bob Pauley & Sue Pauley Ricky Molyneux & Trisha Gemmell Richard Wheatley & Karen Wheatley Sue Phoenix Matthew Elliott & Nicola Elliott Norah Bohan Jill Mason & David Mason Richard Brownridge & Greta Brownridge Colin John Francis & Sarah Marie Francis Henry Crosby & Diana Crosby Clare Haines Kodwo Anderson Keith King & Veronica King Paul Brown & Nicola Mitchell Kelly Self & Matthew Self Saddique Hussain Sylvia Green & Gary Green Graham James & Christine James Karen Marriott & Kevin Marriott Jerome Hadley Mikaela Brown & Andrew Brown Shirley Pere & John Barnes Gerard Tucker-Mawr & Claire Tucker-Mawr Annette Bradley Nichola Walmsley & David Walmsley Lorraine Collins & Mark Collins Patricia Laing Johanna Peuleve & Stuart Peuleve Patrick Loftus & Helen Loftus Harry Hancock William Stevenson & Sharon Stevenson Wendy Fielding Donna Warr & Charles Warr Timothy Murphy Peter Allan & Natalie Fawcett Julie Storey Graham Carter & Lorna Carter Geoffrey Davey & Berenice Davey Vivienne Washington Andrew De Caso & Vicky De Caso Adrian Lynch & Margaret Lynch Gordon Davidson & Patrick Davidson Christine Richards & Geoffrey Richards Amy Warrington Sara Smith & Steven Smith Ted Farrar & Rose Farrar Liz Gowland & Andy Gowland John Mcnally & Lesley Mcnally Sarah Trim Susan Hook Steven Divito 25 7,836 7,823 7,819 7,780 7,759 7,741 7,731 7,699 7,691 7,676 7,674 7,663 7,663 7,657 7,610 7,598 7,591 7,582 7,579 7,569 7,565 7,564 7,563 7,559 7,543 7,539 7,534 7,524 7,524 7,521 7,517 7,496 7,486 7,473 7,452 7,389 7,309 7,272 7,261 7,248 7,207 7,149 7,122 7,112 7,078 7,016 6,984 6,970 6,956 6,921 6,894 6,885 6,882 6,869 6,854 6,854 6,833 6,822 6,780 6,768 6,750 6,743 6,738 6,717 6,677 6,670 6,638 No. Distributor Name 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 Margaret Drayton & Michael Drayton Mary Hession & Geraldine Twamley William Burgess & Agnes Burgess Roger Coupe & Gillian Coupe Kelly Elliott & Steve Elliott Patricia Fisher Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham Douglas Hamilton & Kirsteen Hamilton Diane Rattray & Paul Rattray Andrew Williams & Cheryl Williams Kevin Davies & Deborah Parker Dean Rothwell & Rachel Rothwell Tammy Mullins & Simon Lanning Karen Glew & Steven Glew Nigel Le Long Simon Matthews & Kerri Matthews Angela Fitzgerald & Peter Slinger Stephen Courtney & Barbara Courtney Peter Bach & Denise Bach Kathleen Carolan & Dominic Carolan Nick Sassanelli & Grace Sassanelli Robert Gould Frederick Mason & Karen Mason Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore Jim Smith & Vicky Smith Shaun Allsopp & Susan Allsopp Gavin Conway & Trish Conway Stephen Blay & Elaine Blay Lesley Davies & Wendy Meddelton Rita Burleigh Jean Sidhu & Antony Watkins Gavin Thomson Pauline Cave & Alan Parmenter Julie Martin & Anthony Martin Rosina Greenwell Ann Searle & Philip Linsey Peter Creed & Cheryl Creed Diana Schuch & Alan Ward Peter Rowe & Joyce Rowe Carlo Hrynkiewicz & Cherry Hrynkiewicz Emma Mackelden & Mark Mackelden Lynda Platts & Pauline Bell Peter Legg & Cathy Legg Ryk Downes Sarah Messer & David Messer Lesley Whittington & Gordon Whittington Sheelagh Carter & Brian Carter Albert Berry & Caroline Berry Andrew Davidson Judit Ugrin John Irving & Shelagh Irving Anna Padfield & Nicholas Padfield Alan Gray & Rae Gray Alice Lloyd Joe Croll Michelle Wirdnam & Chris Wirdnam Hayley Thirkettle & Craig Thirkettle Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel David Arapes & Paula Arapes Oswald Elrick Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman Terry Card Michael Ankin & Shirley Ankin John Shearer Elliott Dewar & Amy Taylor Sales 6,620 6,620 6,603 6,598 6,565 6,526 6,523 6,515 6,503 6,502 6,486 6,476 6,467 6,452 6,445 6,396 6,384 6,367 6,367 6,342 6,315 6,307 6,278 6,259 6,258 6,176 6,175 6,172 6,141 6,138 6,132 6,124 6,096 6,094 6,078 6,074 6,072 6,042 5,972 5,951 5,907 5,903 5,878 5,855 5,848 5,830 5,803 5,750 5,739 5,725 5,704 5,689 5,686 5,686 5,675 5,663 5,657 5,650 5,617 5,617 5,563 5,546 5,539 5,500 5,485
  26. 26. VP Volume Profit First-time qualifiers in Period 8 VP - 10% Mechelle Barnett Robert Chamberlain Christopher Hooper Ruth Clapperton Christina Eagle & Lucie Ingram Balwant Pandya Ronald Stone Georgia Douglas & Scott Town Stephanie Crisp Hayley Miller Diarmuid Corkery Karen Pagani Maxine Cross Noaman Hassan Samantha Middle Lilian Musa Jo Newman Angela Jackson & Michael Jackson Jacqueline Hilton Mark James Lee Tremaine Aaron Van-Horne Carl Oakes & Robert Oakes Gregory Roulston Pamela Gillies Robert Smith Sharron Birds Kevin Mckee Ian Stone & Jennifer Stone David Long & Katie Marks Krzysztof Lisiecki Kerry-Anne Sidwell Emma Poad Harmid Arora Andrew Hale Karen Shifa Dawn Brookes Shane Macdonald & Michelle Macdonald Samantha Cowley Laeticia Boland & Stephen Gardner Nikola Day Ben Owen Declan Giffen Ellen Finlay Kelly Jeffery Daniel Walden Emma Scott Catherine Holmes Maria Woodard Jacqueline Mkwawa Sam Duckerin Barry Wyatt Victoria Bunnett David Somerville Marlene Somerville & Robert Somerville Hannah Margetts Michael Moseley Jonathan Darton Dorothy Buxton Malcolm Pennington Anthony Webb Samuel Camara Jane Malcomson Simon Oliver Stephen Barry & Susan Barry Kate Johnstone Julie Gower Simone Kelly Rab Bowden & Avril Bowden Deborah Savill Avril Rowe Jacqueline Cawte Michael Fuller Sharon Ridgley Giesela Hawthorne-Slater Mandy Oconnor George Hamilton Aaron Russell Melissa Davis & Mark Davis Sandra Pressley Nigel Pooley & Cindy Foreman Gemma Fox John Stewart Farah Asif Nicola Martin Aaron Aitken Janice Chandler Peter Feen Steven Plummer Daniel Boziean Anthony Matley Christopher Shepherd Lorraine Garcia Alison Keir & Terrance Keir Jade Baxter Timea White Antony Bardsley VP - 13% David Parry & Adrienne Dominique Parry William Hilton & Barbara Hilton Lea Jones & William Jones Justin Nolan Jordan Laing Paula Johnson Stephen Willerton & Allison Smith Robert Gunter Valerie Godefroy Katrina Lawson & Darryll Evans Judy Bowden-Black Sheila Downes Patricia Weldon Patricia Nordby David Beasley Douglas Jones Ian Graham Gordon Mcgill & Fiona Mcgill John Bolderson Jon Newell & Samantha Bailes Joanne Rengert & Tony Sykes Karina Fullwood Noel Orr Michael Briggs Stephen Thomson & Toni Thomson Linzi Fisher 26 William Winkworth Paul Savill Tessa Wyn Jones Paula Small VP - 15% Derek Smith Subhajit Sengupta Kurshid Anwar Andrew Heathcote Darius Ward Roger Carragher & Martina Carragher Zachary Harvey Marion Edwards & Peter Edwards Kath Preston VP - 18% Angela Power Samantha Chipman Emma Downes Lucy Sheldon & Simon Sheldon VP - 21% Michelle Wirdnam & Chris Wirdnam Peter O’Sullivan TEN ACTIVE WIDE - PERIOD 8 Steve Roper & Debbie Roper Craig White & Magdalena White Heather O’Neil & James O’Neil Abigail Colclough* Bob Webb Richard Chantler & Clare Chantler Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly Stuart Heard & Robyn-Lee Heard Allan Moffat & Billie-Dee Moffat Rob Forster & Ray Aziz Lindsay Gonsalves & Daniel Young* Andrew Boswell & Sue Boswell Antonio Briffa & Katharine Briffa Mike Gough & Dawn Gough John Hawkes & Jeanette Hawkes Adele De Caso & Jaime De Caso Mike Bibby & Amanda Bibby Peter White & Jackie White Karen Young & Neil Young Peter Wellock & Myrna Wellock * 1st Time Gold Incentive The Gold incentive means that people who hold Gold for 6 consecutive Periods will qualify for 10 Income Kits. If they continue to hold Gold for a total of 10 out of 13 Periods, they will qualify for a cash bonus of £1,500. That’s a 50% increase in the cash reward and over £300 pounds of catalogues to further increase your income! Congratulations to the following Distributorships who have qualified for the Gold Incentive, holding their status for a total of 10 out of 13 Periods! Stephen Jessop Christopher Smith & Sarah Smith Michael walker & Michelle Anderson
  27. 27. Jamie Stewart The build up to a Showcase is always a busy time here at HQ, but really that’s just the beginning – the real work starts now. We’ve already seen Distributor numbers rise in the past few months and it’s hardly surprising. Millions are unemployed and with mortgage rates going up alongside the cost of living rising all the time, the Kleeneze opportunity has a broader appeal than ever before. That’s why I know that now is the perfect time to start building our billion dollar business. As I explained at the Showcase, we are in an industry measured in dollars so it stands to reason that we measure our business in dollars too. This month, we’ve already made serious inroads into starting on that figure. Our Earn Now, Pay Later kits have seen sponsoring figures soar and with more catalogues out there, our new starters are seeing a faster return on investment. The launch of Direct Despatch has also created a huge murmur in the Network, as we suspected it might! It’s one of the most significant moves in the business over the past decade. Everyone knows that e-commerce is a major part of modern retail and the introduction of your own Kleeneze shop was our first step to taking a bite of that particular profitable apple. However, it came with the restriction that you could only take orders within a certain distance from your home and your customers had to pay on delivery. Direct Despatch has done away with that restriction meaning you can compete with all other online retailers. We’re expecting that this innovation for Kleeneze will also have a direct impact on your sponsoring too, as it broadens the appeal of the business even more to a new generation of Distributors who want to run an online business or perhaps blend traditional retail with online. The other massive step forward we’re going to be taking is international expansion into Spain. Done right, this is going to create a huge impact on growth for the company. We’re anticipating a full launch of this in September 2013, so watch this space! So those are a just a couple of things that we’re doing at HQ to ensure we hit that billion dollar figure. However, the important question is how much of this jaw-dropping figure do you want? If you want to know how much of it you can have, that’s easily answered – as much as you want! My vision is for Kleeneze to hit the Billion dollar annual turnover in 2023, as the business turns 100. At HQ, we’re willing to do whatever it takes and provide whatever tools you need in order to turn this vision into a reality. Jamie 27 Jamie Stewart Period round up
  28. 28. Recognition Top performers THE TOP 100 Bulk Sales No. Distributor Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Nasko Ratchev Lynn Macdonald John Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes Bob Webb Allan Moffat & Billie-Dee Moffat Rob Forster & Ray Aziz Freda Fenn & Heather Summers Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott Muriel Judson & Tony Judson Gillian Nicholson Glyn Hobden & Elizabeth Hobden Peter White & Jackie White Chris Mason-Paull & Wendy Mason-Paull John Hawkes & Jeanette Hawkes Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks Mike Bibby & Amanda Bibby Gary Watson & Esther Watson Margaret Japp & Roy Japp Craig White & Magdalena White Gordon Seldon & Judy Seldon Robert Gibbons John Sharp & Steven Sharp Hazel Stephen & John Noble Stephen Andy Stephenson & Claire Stephenson Melvyn Mortimer & Lucy Mortimer Robert Higgins & Mary Higgins Claire Rea & Peter Rea Michael Day & Jean Day David Pemberton-Smith & Anne Pemberton-Smith Stephen Geldard & Sheila Smith Philip Warrington & Jean Warrington Judy Jodrell John Mckie & Sarah Mckie Karen Young & Neil Young Raymond Turnbull & Miriam Turnbull Sylvia Hood & Jack Hood Geoff Webb & Fiona Webb John Donaldson & Anne Donaldson Helen Lambert & Richard Woods Michael John Pirie & Susan Pirie Sue Burras & Geoffrey Burras John Prosser & Christine Prosser Heather Oneil & James Oneil Andy Cooper & Carolyn Cooper Sue Ferguson & Steve Ferguson Keith Robertson Steve Roper & Debbie Roper Antonio Briffa & Katharine Briffa Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan Sales No. Distributor Name 1,782,501 1,781,175 1,761,167 855,590 851,626 703,762 622,670 618,828 600,972 581,403 496,830 491,822 476,720 454,639 323,956 312,502 280,970 245,129 198,680 198,081 166,697 161,276 154,070 149,282 145,939 131,206 121,042 120,599 112,661 108,588 104,900 98,650 98,421 96,469 91,046 84,661 82,249 81,557 78,757 78,559 76,848 76,197 75,281 71,112 70,980 69,986 69,232 68,118 66,139 63,729 51 52 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Peter Wellock & Myrna Wellock Malcolm Ashmore Adele De Caso & Jaime De Caso Stephani Neville & Bill Neville Abigail Colclough Chris Norton & Julia Norton Glenn Royston & Caroline Royston Jill Corlett Susan Darton & David Darton David Bibby & Rosie Bibby Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain Michelle Kennedy John Holden & Jenny Holden Lauren Jackson & Peter Jackson Stephen Nell & Debra Nell Andrew Walkinshaw & Carolyn Walkinshaw Andrew Boswell & Sue Boswell Irene Wilson Richard Chantler & Clare Chantler Trevor Mitchell Caroline Cox & Craig Cox Helen Allgood & Paul Allgood Ramon Laing & Sylvia Laing Lindsay Gonsalves & Daniel Young David Branch & Samantha Branch Deborah Dewar & Allan Dewar Jane Dunkerley & John Dunkerley Dave Horton & Susie Horton Alf Bell & Carol Bell Eve Branch & Norman Branch Robert Grinev-Branch & Marianna Grinev-Branch Anthony Greeves Carole Morris & Benny Morris Nuala Mcdonald & Ronan Mcdonald Christopher Brown & Louise Brown Craig Hawkes & Mary Hawkes Gaynor Morgan Brian Harwood Olivera Toner & Justin Toner Doug Roper & Sandra Roper Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark Julie Collier & Peter Richards Angela Campbell & Norman Campbell Marcell Treanor & Joanne Treanor Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth Mike Gough & Dawn Gough Belinda Clarke & Peter Clarke Rosina Pocock Stanley Stewart & Roy Stewart Graham Hyde & Catherine Hyde Contact details. Kleeneze Ltd Express House Clayton Business Park Clayton Le Moors Accrington, BB5 5JY Website: +44 (0)844 848 5000 28 Sales 36838 61,962 61,890 61,890 59,962 58,486 58,470 58,223 57,325 55,705 55,404 53,718 53,649 52,256 51,864 51,666 50,981 50,848 50,634 50,429 49,695 48,616 48,239 48,059 47,694 46,751 45,188 43,742 43,737 43,720 43,260 43,260 43,228 43,228 42,992 42,413 42,326 41,666 40,885 38,928 38,695 38,253 37,006 36,977 36,971 36,547 35,803 35,692 35,612 34,930 34,827 56368380