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  1. 1. BULLETIN 31.07.09 Issue 28 JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER New books, new products and a new customer incentive – it’s all The one thing with personally going on at Kleeneze at the moment! Whether it’s the customer presenting is that you do have to incentive or our brand new product lines that are helping your sales have a thick skin. You do have to storm, we’re not sure. However, what we do know is that this is our accept the knocks, but the most successful selling front cover product ever! advantages are absolutely amazing. So with the sale success of the new Main Book and Health & Beauty When we blanket drop, we expect overtaking previous editions, we’re on track for an amazing summer. a return of a £1 a catalogue if we’re To make it even more exciting, our top twenty selling products are all lucky. With our experience, we went new lines available in our brand new catalogues. to an area we hadn’t been before and personally presented at 133 houses. It does take a Heard this week on EzeReach! little bit of time, but it’s time well spent. We received 59 ‘no’s – so 59 “Personally presenting catalogues rather than the traditional method houses we never have to go back to, another advantage over blanket of blanket dropping is a fantastic way to get down to a customer base dropping. But we did get 74 ‘yes’s’, which is fantastic. And from that - very, very quickly. It’s a shortcut really from dropping catalogues month £402 worth of orders, which averages £5.42 per catalogue. after month after month, marking down whether they’re looking at For anyone out there who’s not quite sure, I’d say - do a mix. Go into your catalogue or not and whether they’re actually buying. Personally one street and blanket drop and another to personally present. presenting catalogues, you can knock at the door, introduce yourself, It does take a bit more time, but we guarantee you the results will explain you’re from Kleeneze and ask whether they’d like to see the blow you away.” catalogue. They can either say yes or no. Andrew and Fay Roe, Bronze Executive Distributors KLEENEZE SUMMER SALES TOP TWENTY Main Book (front cover) The Ultimate Onion & Vegetable Chopper £7.50/€11.50 077852-2C Main Book (page 140) Food Bag Offer £8.50/€12.50 078808-2C Health & Beauty (front cover) Moisturising Socks Offer £6.00/€9.00 071285-2J Main Book (page 64) Set of 4 Mini Brushes £2.50/€3.75 076368-2C Health & Beauty (page 24) 2-in-1 Pedicure Tool £5.00/€7.50 055549-2J Main Book (page 87) Line Hooks £2.75/€4.25 077461-2C Health & Beauty (page 35) Magnetic Knee Strap £6.00/€9.00 056022-2J Health & Beauty (page 31) Multi-Coloured 7 Day Pill Boxes £6.00/€9.00 064980-2J Main Book (page 8) Multi Chopper £18.00/€27.00 077704-2C Main Book (page 29) Deluxe Frying Pan £10.00/€15.00 078980-2C Main Book (page 8) Potato Peeling Mitts £6.00/€9.00 077712-2C Health & Beauty (page 25) Pink Microfibre Body Wrap £14.00/€21.00 055565-2J Main Book (page 17) New Fridge Storage £8.00/€12.00 077909-2C Main Book (page 14) New Bread Keeper £10.00/€15.00 077879-2C Main Book (page 7) New Cheese Mill £6.00/€9.00 077666-2C Main Book (page 116) Battery Organiser £8.00/€12.00 073881-2C Main Book (page 109) Deluxe Z Relax Footrest - Floral £25.00/€38.00 072150-2C Main Book (page 73) Kleeneze Daily Shower Cleaner £4.00/€6.00 076821-2C Main Book (page 9) Wonder Cover £2.75/€4.25 077828-2C Health & Beauty (page 13) Hair Trimmer £4.00/€6.00 079219-2J 560-068-02
  2. 2. The activity doesn’t stop there Last week EWB published your stories and photos from Kleeneze’s contacted other nearby clubs. He’s following this up next week to see Activity Weekend. However, we’re even happier to report that this if the lads are going to action like the girls! week, even more stories came through. The Activity Weekend was It’s a fantastic opportunity to get this brilliant holiday offer out to definitely not a one-off! Scores of you continue to come together with larger groups of people in your area. Why not give it a go? The worst your teams for concentrated bouts of sales and sponsoring. thing that happens is nothing – and that’s what you will have if you Thank you for keeping us in the loop and please continue to email us don’t do anything! So what have you got to lose?” all your feedback, stories and tips for success: Doorstep Destinations has encouraged new customers to Gold Distributors Lesley and Keith Ridden found a great new place orders, meaning more sales for you and a scorching way to get our new holiday incentive out to the masses: summer for your businesses. Silver Distributor, Mark Tanner “We decided has already witnessed his sales going up: that a great “I visited my mother’s last Sunday and my eldest brother and their way to get family were down from Yorkshire. Anyway, I was surprised by my Kleeneze’s mother and my niece both giving me orders for £30 odd each. When I Doorstep told them about the holiday offer, my sister-in-law was in like a shot Destinations and she gave me an order for £46 - she had never ordered from the out to extra catalogue ever before.” people, other The Activity Weekend was merely the tip of the iceberg when than regular it comes to boosting your businesses. Whether it’s a huge customers, was team gathering, or pockets of activity here and there, to contact groups. As Lesley is the Chorus Director of Tyneside Ladies Kleeneze Distributors are unstoppable, as demonstrated by Barbershop Harmony Chorus (quite a title!), she did just that and the Bronze Executive Distributor, Sheryl Dutton here! chorus were delighted to jump at the opportunity of all taking a break “We travelled up to north Manchester last week; went to an together - destination and date still to be decided! With over 25 girls opportunity meeting, stayed over and then spent the next day on looking to take advantage of this incredible opportunity, Lesley will be activity with the team in the area. We put out over 1,300 cards and going too! With orders still being collected in, it’s fantastic to know flyers plus many hot pockets and some shop cards. we will be collecting at least an extra £500 in sales. These girls travel all over the world singing and now they’re going courtesy of a Then at the weekend I spent Saturday evening with one colleague in Kleeneze incentive. Birmingham where we put out over 900 business cards; loads of hot pockets and some posters.” Keith has taken the idea to the golf club where he plays, and also STIR IT UP FOR CHARITY Last September, hundreds of Distributors across the country got It’s not all about coffee... If you’re not a coffee MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNI 25TH NG together to mark the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning. Staff at HQ drinker then why not substitute coffee for herbal tea, SEPTEMBER also got together to raise money for the deserving cause and it proved fruit juice, water or something a bit stronger, or if to be, not only a resounding success in terms of raising money for you’re feeling adventurous, impress your guests with charity, but also a great event for team-building and activity. delicious smoothies!” This year, Kleeneze and Macmillan are once again working together to Register now and make a real build on last year’s success. To make it even more fun – we’re issuing a difference by taking part in the challenge! Our target is to host 300 coffee mornings across the UK. World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. Whether you raise £10 or £200 for the World’s Biggest Coffee To register your Kleeneze coffee Morning, every penny will make a difference in changing the lives of morning call 0845 602 1246 people affected by cancer. quoting the KEYWORD COR20. After you’ve registered we’ll send “Every day 822 people in the UK are told they have cancer,” explains you a coffee morning pack with Macmillan’s Corporate Development Manager, Louise Ewers. “This is everything you need to make news that not only turns their world upside down but also affects their your event a great success. family and friends. Please remember to quote the Macmillan’s ambition is to help every one of these people by providing KEYWORD COR20 so that Macmillan them with the medical, emotional, practical and financial support they know that it is a Kleeneze Coffee Morning. need. That’s why we need your help more than ever. By simply getting together with friends and family over a cuppa, you TOP TIP will help us take a big step to reaching our ambition. Every penny you Why not invite existing and new customers to your event? This is a raise will fund more of our vital services and help to develop new ways perfect opportunity to grow your business and get to know your to change lives. customers. 31.07.09 Issue 28 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  3. 3. DIRTY DARCHEZ DOES THE DOUBLE Looking out of the office window at the grey skies and rain as we the business. I didn’t realize there was more to Kleeneze than the write EWB, we can only feel one thing about Bronze Executive catalogues. They showed me the potential. Then they took me to a big Distributor, Ivan Darch. Jealousy! As this week it was confirmed that meeting where I heard Rob Forster speak. It was hearing him that Ivan has done ‘the double’ and qualified for Cyprus AND Cape Town! signed, sealed and delivered the whole deal for me. Firstly, please can you tell our readers that EWB isn’t calling I didn’t join to earn a second income, because I already owned a you names with our headline…? successful stationery company. However, I was working really long No, that’s my nickname in the Vision hours and had massive overheads. I saw with Kleeneze that it was a Group. We all travelled to Spain and went much better lifestyle and more importantly, there was a residual to the place where they shoot all the income with the whole thing. I had my own business for six years and western films. I dressed up as a Mexican I’d never been able to increase my income or draw any more money and am now known as Dirty Darchez! because the cost of running the business was so high. For the first six months with Kleeneze, I retailed part-time while I sold So, you’re the first ‘double’ sales plan my business. After the business was sold, I went full-time. I knew this qualifier. How does that feel? was the business for me. It’s fantastic. They are pretty awesome events; you don’t want to miss them if you What are your tips for success? can help it! I’ve been to Vienna and I always put Kleeneze down to work ethic. Most days of the week, I’m Cannes before, so I know what these experiences are like. I was trying up at 5 or 6 in the morning and working until 11pm or midnight! to help someone in the team to qualify for Cyprus and I know that if Even when I started, I retailed with all the spare time I had. I earned they did it, I would get to qualify too. £871 in my first month with Kleeneze and that was just four hours a day retailing. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? You only ever get out what you put in with this business. You just My story’s a bit different. I’m friends with Richard and Clare Chantler need to strive and do more than you think you can. and when we were on holiday one year, they were telling me about ON TRACK FOR CYPRUS? We can only say one thing – keep going! If you find yourself losing motivation at any time, have a quick look at Gold Distributor Donna Clease’s story and photos below. Sunning yourself on a Cypriot beach or trying to manipulate your umbrella while dodging puddles in force 10 gales in England...(and that’s just July). We know what we’d choose! “I just wanted to say a massive thank you to Kleeneze for a very sunny, relaxing week in Cyprus! Back in January I attended the New Year Showcase at the NIA and my name was called out by Michael Khatkar as I had won a week with a friend in the beautiful Majestic Gardens Resort in Larnaka! All I had to do to win a number of prizes was put in as many orders of over £150 around the Christmas period as possible. It’s true - you have to be in it to win it! My friend and I have had such a lovely time. We had the pool to ourselves the entire week and, thanks to Kleeneze, we also had free car hire so we took full advantage and drove around the island. We visited Nissi Beach, the water park in Limassol and managed to get in a bit of retail therapy! I couldn’t come away without seeing the Le Meridien Limassol Spa & Resort which is where all of the qualifiers for the Autumn Destination are going! It looks fantastic! Thank you again. It’s been the best prize I have ever won and it’s been even better telling people!” Make sure you do whatever it takes next time the company runs an incentive like this! MAKE A GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION We all know that first impressions count and when it comes to this business, one of the best introductions is through the Showcase. We’ve lost count of the number of times we’ve heard, “I wasn’t really sure about the business until I went to the Showcase,” and, “I joined after attending my first Showcase at the NIA.” It is, without question, the best way for anyone to see Kleeneze, so ensure you get your prospect tickets in early for the Xmas Showcase. You can book straight through the Service Centre from Monday 3 August on 0844 848 5000, giving your prospect’s name, address, phone number and email address. In the same week, your prospect will receive a confirmation email (you will be copied in) which he/ she should print out and bring to the Showcase. The deadline for registering your prospects is noon on Friday 4 September. Anytime after that, you will have to register them at the NIA Box Office at the morning of the Showcase, so try and avoid the queues and the hassle by booking them in early. PROSPECTS CAN NOW ALSO BOOK THEIR TICKETS DIRECT ON OUR PROSPECT TICKET LINE - 0800 1181100. FOR PROSPECTS ONLY! ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 28 31.07.09
  4. 4. Flexibility, job security and a brilliant income to boot It is, of course, the Kleeneze opportunity. And now, more than ever, coming home with me on a number of occasions and helping me people are coming into this business with the resolution to make a with my rounds, when she saw first hand the money making more secure future for themselves and their families. opportunities and the versatility of this business, she was in! Since returning home and, as I am sure hundreds of other graduates A wheely good opportunity! have/are realising, finding no relevant job vacancies in my desired field Due to the lack of building contracts because of the recession, Barry of work, I was faced with the decision; settle for any old job or Preece was looking for a way of getting a little extra income between continue building my business? There was no chance I was going to contracts. The Kleeneze option was perfect as it provided time go back to working for someone else in an inappropriate working flexibility so that he could do any small building jobs that became environment that I had not trained for. So, whilst I am still looking for available and he could still work his Kleeneze business around them. work in my specified field, I have the ability to build a business that will As a 68 year old he is putting more energy and enthusiasm into this provide for me whenever I need it to, an incredible plan B for any business than many of the youngsters. In only his first few days he got actor entering such an unstable career. well over £360 of orders. Since obtaining a team member and increasing my retail, I have Due to the area he lives in he has lost achieved 10% for two consecutive periods. My goals now include virtually half of his original 200 sponsoring more people into my team, whilst still increasing retail to catalogues (it is a retirement area as further myself in this business.” well as having many student bedsits), Kayleigh Pace, Silver Distributor so he was desperate for more catalogues – hence the push to get the £360 (300BP) first order. Dubai-bye boss! “We joined Kleeneze on 26 October 2008. After spending 7 years in In order to build his catalogue numbers the Dubai rat race we decided to return to the UK with no real plans up he has made full use of both the on what we would do but I knew for certain that I did not want Kleeneze catalogue incentives (half another 9 to 5 office job that, with commuting time on top would Retail Kit and Full Retail Kit), also his keep me away from spending quality time with my family. Upline’s incentive of a full Retail Kit for £1,000 of orders in the first full Period With hindsight coming back at the time we did was probably not the (he couldn’t wait for a full one so he brightest thing I have done. The country was just heading into a did it in the first 3 weeks). recession and jobs were being lost in the hundreds each week. So, after doing the usual newspaper and job centre stuff for 6 weeks with How did he manage it? Well he had a secret weapon! He could not no promise of finding employment, I replied to an ad on the wait for the new super duper Catapuller to become available – so he community centre’s notice board. I liked the idea of being my own used his initiative – a wheel barrow! boss and fitting work around the family and not the other way round. At first we were a Graduate hits the Kleeneze books little sceptical that “I joined Kleeneze in January 2009 after my you could earn the hours were drastically cut at my part-time bar amounts being job at University. I knew the business worked bandied about and as my parents, Tim and Tina Pace have been in didn’t commit Kleeneze for two and a half years. Within that ourselves to start time they have reached senior level, and have with, only taking recently qualified for this year’s autumn 200 catalogue packs to try it out part time, as we still needed to find destination, Cyprus. accommodation and sort out a lot of other issues we had at the time. I initially started the business whilst still at Knowing what I know now I wish we had jumped in feet first because University. I had moved away to Stoke-on-Trent, studying Drama, trying to work out earnings for the job centre was a nightmare. So Performance and Theatre Arts. I decided to travel home and begin after getting nowhere with them we took the decision to do more with two drops a month, allowing myself to start building up a hours and with the help of our sponsor we eventually went full-time customer base for my return home in May, as I would have completed on 1 January 2009. We earned £837 in our first full period just by my degree. following the system.” Derek and Sylvia Pennell, Before moving back home, I had already signed into the business my Silver Distributors friend and housemate from University who was also a student. After 31.07.09 Issue 28 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  5. 5. Moving on up We thought you’d like to know that this week the Service Centre moved to their newly customised office in HQ. Although a move within the building may not seem of huge importance, this particular one is a milestone for the company. The move means that all Kleeneze HQ staff are now in close proximity to each other meaning inter-departmental communications are much more efficient. A handful of Network leaders who were already on site also joined us this week at HQ to celebrate this hugely important move for the company and officially open the new Service Centre. ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 28 31.07.09
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BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 7 – COMBINED 100,000 And Above John Webb & Kathryn Price 32,783.71 Denys & Laura Harris 14,387.36 Kimberley Sunter 9,390.70 Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,286,362.63 Caroline & Philip Thompson 32,779.08 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 14,376.58 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 9,362.31 Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,284,315.13 Denise & Stephen Neal 32,693.65 Clive & Pamela Lennard 14,318.28 Warwick & Christine Blakemore 9,319.49 Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,249,178.54 Alison & Michael Ogden 32,564.35 Michael & Janet Wallace 14,230.30 Cath & John Wilkinson 9,319.49 Bob Webb 1,200,008.52 Tracy & David Sheehan 32,011.25 Mark & Sarah Wildman 14,185.64 Louise Puttick 9,274.71 Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 988,092.65 David Pope 31,877.13 Sharon & Craig Davis 14,121.13 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 9,229.30 Gillian Nicholson 872,482.31 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 31,667.42 Brian & Diane Holmwood 14,095.79 John & Anita Orr 9,138.51 Terry Carr 842,704.61 Chantele & Barry Travis 31,651.97 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 14,041.52 Craig & Linda Lomas 9,120.35 Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 842,560.24 John & Sophia Clements 31,587.67 Raymond & Barbara Mann 14,033.04 Georgina & Phil Gale 9,082.18 Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 742,982.88 Clare & Martin Whitelock 31,581.72 Terry Hayden 13,920.45 Terry & Mabel Mallard 9,060.01 Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 738,518.56 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 31,348.79 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 13,843.46 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 9,039.00 John & Audrey Gardiner 738,428.57 Melanie & Andrew Wilson 30,894.57 Patrick & Helen Loftus 13,748.96 Joe Croll 9,017.75 Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 738,428.57 Alexandra Tuesley 30,173.09 Darren & Christina Simmons 13,659.42 Varghese & Leeba Koshy 9,003.15 Muriel & Tony Judson 706,635.38 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 30,149.60 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 13,596.34 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 8,993.63 Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 704,707.27 Sharon & Andrew Bird 30,106.18 Kevin Sands 13,526.74 Kevin Rider 8,971.16 John & Jeanette Hawkes 602,597.18 Robert Gould 30,096.88 Sadie O’Boyle 13,416.79 Robert Young & Clare Mears 8,940.99 Peter & Jackie White 550,596.77 Gerwyn Duggan 30,096.88 Gavin Thomson 13,354.89 Anthony & Susan Peacham 8,940.06 Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 400,883.28 Keith Blythe 30,015.02 Martyn Cunningham 13,350.15 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 8,935.34 Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 362,032.05 John & Karina Beesley 29,649.84 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 13,306.07 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 8,933.17 Mike & Amanda Bibby 361,572.43 Steven Clements 28,726.44 Timothy & Tina Pace 13,260.47 Ian & Pauline Pilkington 8,925.95 Terence & Jean Ash 300,719.47 Tom & Bernadette Hingley 28,614.08 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 13,232.95 Joanne & Tim Powell 8,911.71 Gary & Esther Watson 298,266.60 Doug & Sandra Roper 28,417.22 Harold & Minnie Fulton 13,223.20 Paul Melville 8,909.59 Margaret & Roy Japp 276,405.79 Joseph O’Donnell 28,265.84 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 13,099.52 Karl-Josef & Brigitte Mergler 8,890.50 John & Steven Sharp 224,426.28 Angela & Stephen Burchell 28,108.64 James Dale & Claire Daniels 13,088.82 Stephen & Elaine Blay 8,851.96 Hazel & John Stephen 215,486.57 Graham & Catherine Hyde 28,102.91 Barbara Margaret Webb 13,048.59 Stephen & Rebecca Gilbert 8,798.86 Gordon & Judy Seldon 197,263.04 Michael & Sandra Laydon 27,472.95 Sandra Brown 12,993.98 Jane Spencer-Cook 8,767.14 Robert Gibbons 183,046.21 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 27,318.56 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 12,970.79 Ian & Lorraine Barnfield 8,749.83 Phil & Jean Warrington 182,795.82 Lesley Burroughs 26,984.35 Barry & Nina Mitchell 12,927.85 Antony & Aileen Gunn 8,744.74 Claire & Peter Rea 178,845.44 John & Janice Halsall 26,963.88 Darryl Allen 12,896.85 June & David Love 8,740.48 David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 169,127.61 Carole & Peter Bristow 26,934.16 James & Jane White 12,842.99 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 8,733.92 Craig & Magdalena White 166,403.58 Nicola & Jerome Neville 26,934.16 Kenny Liggett 12,801.81 Kelly & Steve Elliott 8,728.15 Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 161,579.11 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 26,825.62 Jim & Marian Lombard 12,736.99 Stewart Carnson 8,727.10 Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 156,562.99 Debbie Gee 26,610.99 Christine & Jim Foster 12,709.70 Mary Hession & Geraldine Twamley 8,698.44 Vie & Keith Robertson 150,563.49 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 26,608.36 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 12,654.07 Ron & Sue Keeler 8,685.17 John & Sarah Mckie 148,310.83 Keith Sandland 26,472.55 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 12,636.59 Ann Tawn 8,644.01 Michael & Jean Day 145,765.12 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 25,891.98 Roger & Simon Mantle 12,604.36 Marsha Barras 8,632.87 Antonio & Katharine Briffa 143,877.60 Gill & Tim Evans 25,667.46 Robert & Rosemary Annan 12,590.80 Gail & Darren Drew 8,588.50 Judy Jodrell 138,848.80 Seph O’Connell & Sarah Watson 25,500.59 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 12,267.74 Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Lawlor 8,570.28 Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 130,177.45 Conor Treanor & Linda Jameson 25,263.53 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 12,257.85 Mary & Peter Whinfrey 8,563.20 Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes 124,374.49 Stephen Clark 24,709.77 Omran Zaman 12,227.57 John & Monica Beardmore 8,549.64 Mark & Delfina Prosser 123,467.85 Martina & James Mcgrath 24,435.33 Carole & James Sunter 12,196.52 Michael Prior 8,540.76 Victor & Una Brown 116,964.82 Abigail Colclough 24,354.84 Lyn & Tony Davies 12,178.30 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 8,511.35 Sylvia & Jack Hood 114,979.81 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 24,345.59 John & Kath Clease 12,175.28 Linda Charles 8,498.83 Robert & Mary Higgins 111,326.57 Colin & Charlene Sadler 24,049.49 Gethin & Lynwen Thomas 12,054.57 John & Lesley Mcnally 8,498.83 Geoff & Fiona Webb 109,893.48 Kerry & Paul Stonall 23,987.19 Christine & Con Browning 12,033.73 Veronica Nixon 8,476.03 John & Anne Donaldson 107,936.48 Andrew Ridley 23,502.64 Ron & Heidi Body 12,033.67 Mike Victoros 8,462.16 Trevor Mitchell 101,799.24 Brian Manchester 23,479.93 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 11,976.75 Neil Jeffery & Caroline Jeffrey 8,403.82 Jill Corlett 100,075.54 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 22,985.99 Helen & Andrew Walsh 11,893.70 Alan & Barbara Rea 8,385.63 John & Christine Prosser 100,035.28 Karim & Juliet Karmali 22,971.28 Norman & Joanne Grundy 11,848.12 Peter Savidge 8,355.11 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 22,672.81 Seamus & Clare Houghton 11,847.71 Laura Thorpe & Les Ward 8,354.11 35,000 And Above Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 22,328.72 Michael & Mercy Radbourne 11,812.61 Julian & Karen Pike 8,342.77 Sunil Popat 22,197.38 Glyn Thomas 11,810.51 Emma & Chris Shafe 8,338.49 Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 96,479.61 Cheryl & David Amison 22,197.38 Cliff & Linda Parker 11,762.49 Debra & Tony Williams 8,338.40 Michael & Susan Pirie 93,034.70 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 22,197.38 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 11,755.19 Lesley & Keith Ridden 8,336.16 Andy & Carolyn Cooper 92,813.11 Ivan Darch 22,100.72 Peter & Jean Monroe 11,749.04 Anna & Nigel Lacey 8,263.17 Heather & James O’Neil 88,672.63 Jack Kirby 22,053.78 Ted & Rose Farrar 11,723.41 David & Christine Rhodes 8,255.90 Anthony Greeves 88,503.12 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 21,677.28 Norah Bohan 11,632.89 Emma & Brendon Sims 8,255.05 Carole & Benny Morris 88,128.22 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 21,649.55 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 11,629.28 Gerard Coste 8,246.16 Sue & Geoffrey Burras 86,462.27 Linda & Ian Stanley 21,109.10 Paul & Carolyn Blaxall 11,619.07 Andrew Webber & Kerryann Perry 8,232.28 Martin & Yvonne Boyce 86,047.52 Rosemary & Christopher Day 20,865.84 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 11,574.36 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 8,208.75 Dave & Susie Horton 84,376.09 Paul Flintoft 20,858.59 Wendy Fielding 11,502.06 Angela Wallace 8,207.21 Declan O’Neill 82,480.91 Harry Hancock 20,644.72 William & Sharon Stevenson 11,490.36 Negin & Michael Backhouse 8,206.58 Mel & Irene Wilson 81,403.11 Robert Wellock 20,551.32 Bob & Diane Goulding 11,487.58 Chris & Nicky Evans 8,202.68 Justin & Olivera Toner 80,785.50 Allan Ledwidge 20,517.04 Sarah Jenkins 11,479.42 Lesley & Steven Tombs 8,185.63 Nuala & Ronan Mcdonald 80,218.40 Cindy & David Brown 20,495.58 Jim & Vicky Smith 11,466.70 Brian & Grainne Quigley 8,131.14 Angela & Norman Campbell 78,494.83 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 20,483.16 Patricia Fisher 11,426.79 Alex Dewar 8,128.74 Sue & Steve Ferguson 77,883.16 Karen Olivant & Peter Flitton 20,435.31 Terry Drew 11,413.69 Peter Gallant & Claire Mckay 8,123.02 Marcell & Joanne Treanor 77,601.93 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 20,152.51 Catherine & Stephen Lord 11,351.78 Angela & Robert Clark 8,072.54 David & Rosie Bibby 77,477.50 Amanda & Andrew Holland 20,127.40 Bill & Joyce Rowe 11,333.92 Diana Babbage & Joanna Turner 8,068.23 Lauren & Peter Jackson 75,488.50 Brian & Gay Redstone 20,078.99 Michael Godwin 11,288.59 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall 8,059.97 Stephani & Bill Neville 71,057.34 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 19,924.27 Michael & Julia Tolton 11,231.49 Maryan & Don Nicolson 8,053.35 Julie Collier & Peter Richards 70,290.02 Caroline & Simon Harvey 19,768.05 Pete Gill & Amy Kisnorbo 11,229.97 Markus Klötzer & Petra Romoser 8,047.77 Malcolm Ashmore 70,220.24 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 19,761.34 Declan & Monica Manning 11,205.79 Patricia & Dennis Corser 8,043.55 Adele & Jaime De Caso 70,220.24 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 19,745.73 Heather Brown 11,204.01 Sarah Trim 8,025.52 Rosina & Frank Pocock 68,370.61 Michael Amor-Wilkes 19,507.63 Richard & Greta Brownridge 11,196.73 Sharon Waters & David Allsop 8,016.93 Susan & David Darton 66,470.60 Terry & Jane Hodge 19,426.02 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 11,177.54 John Greenwood 8,003.95 Gaynor Morgan 64,707.10 John Smith 19,400.78 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 11,160.49 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 8,001.96 John & Jenny Holden 64,170.44 Steve & Cathy Chambers 19,391.18 Ian & Cheryl Cooke 11,078.81 Emma Colley 7,992.26 David & Samantha Branch 64,126.58 Linda & Tony Gower 19,262.81 Ian & Carol Parker 11,070.06 David & Elaine Luke 7,990.30 Lindsay Gonsalves & Daniel Young 61,760.42 Tim Sandom 19,256.72 Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 11,016.14 Gavin & Trish Conway 7,987.08 Andrew & Sue Boswell 60,708.99 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 19,116.71 Graham & Christene James 7,966.41 Steve & Debbie Roper 60,321.84 John & Wendy English 59,781.41 Amy Warrington 18,961.53 7,500 And Above Michael & Anne Barnaville 7,920.06 Phil Curtis 18,727.37 Karen Lewis & Kevin Marriott 10,968.75 Adrian Fisher 7,911.33 Deborah & Allan Dewar 57,459.69 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 18,489.13 Marie Andrews 7,911.33 Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 57,102.64 John & Jenny Caton 10,960.09 Alison & Kevin Thomas 18,342.39 Sarah Sancho 10,944.54 Helen & Simon Fogwill 7,903.38 Ramon & Sylvia Laing 56,949.48 Jen & Garry Luke 18,327.45 Shelly Warriner 7,896.90 Peter & Myrna Wellock 56,133.24 Fay & Andrew Roe 10,839.96 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 18,286.60 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 10,825.45 Linda Wood 7,889.95 Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 55,784.71 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 18,241.09 Sarah Darch 7,871.67 Alf & Carol Bell 54,845.23 Elaine Hilder 10,754.48 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 18,231.06 Claire Mires 10,744.18 Rita & Peter Noble 7,852.70 Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 53,775.94 Debra & Oliver Pusey 18,135.55 Alex & Kathleen Langler 7,852.55 Eve & Norman Branch 53,715.07 Susan Hook 10,738.18 John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone 18,116.33 John & Mary Marsh 10,735.10 Allan & Maxine Lawford 7,849.76 Mike & Dawn Gough 53,238.49 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 18,016.23 Linda & Graeme Kirkwood 7,824.71 Karen & Neil Young 51,533.24 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 10,697.56 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 17,989.33 Susan Walton 10,683.78 Christopher & Emmanuelle Elmer 7,819.18 Craig & Mary Hawkes 50,038.20 Kodwo Anderson 17,935.18 Susan & Julian Brunton 7,814.45 Richard & Clare Chantler 49,434.81 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 10,608.44 Keith & Veronica King 17,935.18 David & Deborah Lord 10,600.51 Rachael & Chris Wild 7,812.40 Chris & Julia Norton 49,210.41 Gloria & Clive Davies 17,876.34 James & Vicky Holmes 7,812.40 Stephen & Debra Nell 49,001.66 Tim & Freda Drinkwater 10,600.51 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 17,781.78 David & Jenny Gerry 10,566.88 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 7,810.70 Glenn & Caroline Royston 47,996.85 Ann & John Coe 17,687.19 Deborah Morgan 7,810.70 Jay Singh 47,995.98 Mark James 10,557.60 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 16,851.38 Kate Lee 10,527.66 Kevin Howe & Leah Harper 7,805.21 Brian Harwood 47,742.24 Bernadette Murray 16,834.16 David & Heather Flannagan 7,803.45 Alan Meldrum 47,197.15 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 10,523.32 Pamela Jarvis 16,687.13 David Potter 10,508.72 Karen & Colin Popiolek 7,803.28 James Curtis 47,032.05 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 16,675.42 Douglas & Theresa Hack 7,781.41 Julie & Anthony Cornick 46,996.32 David & Lynn Bole 10,439.14 Bev & Dave Townsend 16,652.63 Clare Haines 10,418.42 Margaret Jarman 7,762.09 Jane & John Dunkerley 45,949.47 Paul & John Meikle 16,652.52 Chris Southern 7,759.43 Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 45,830.98 Trevor & Janet Rawding 10,416.34 Diane & Geoff Owen 16,613.49 Elizabeth & George Kerr 10,270.07 Tracy Southern 7,759.43 Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 44,767.02 Angela & James Macleod 16,595.68 Linda & David Leadbetter 7,752.17 Helen Brooks 44,356.24 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 10,241.13 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 16,585.09 Karen & Steven Glew 10,232.93 Philip Gaffney & Isabella Wharton-Gaffney 7,752.17 Stanley & Roy Stewart 44,190.85 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 16,481.84 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 7,749.60 Michelle Kennedy 42,891.01 Isobel & James Orr 10,229.42 Neil & Susan Maclean 16,481.84 Philip & Alison Wimbles 10,199.89 Richard Radbourne & Yvonne Kirk 7,740.38 Eamonn & Anne Roe 42,808.12 Gareth & Gil Duffy 16,434.43 Mervyn Baxter 7,734.03 Steven & Sarah Curtis 42,165.60 Niall & Eileen Mckenna 10,150.01 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 16,392.88 Pierce & Janet Hartley 10,135.46 Tony & Julie Brown 7,725.75 Helen & Paul Allgood 42,059.58 Nichola & David Walmsley 16,132.29 Lee & Fiona Henshaw 7,709.42 Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 41,127.01 Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 10,132.44 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 16,050.15 David & Judith Mccreath 10,131.67 Jayne & Gary Burcombe 7,702.85 Ram & Joginder Singh 40,503.40 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 15,976.40 Martyn Regan & Verity Antcliff 7,698.45 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 40,178.72 Stephen & Joyce Milne 10,060.56 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 15,755.94 Christopher Conroy 10,038.28 Sylvia & Gary Green 7,691.98 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 39,729.60 Timothy Murphy 15,564.25 Robert & Alison Evans 7,683.26 Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 39,136.02 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 10,038.28 Leslie & Moira Harris 15,506.75 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 10,007.91 Mauro Vieira 7,683.26 Christopher & Louise Brown 38,938.65 Angel & Stuart Hill 15,506.75 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 7,680.27 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 38,857.22 Jake Ellington 9,973.53 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 15,495.68 William & Jane Warrington 9,874.14 Jennifer & Martin Amos 7,664.54 Roger & Barbara Green 38,565.29 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 15,479.99 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 7,663.22 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 38,475.02 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 9,864.95 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 15,423.06 Allan & Myra Collins 9,827.28 Margaret Playle 7,640.87 Ron & Judy Speirs 38,106.07 Tavis Taylor 15,274.31 Archie Curtis & Faye Wareham 7,637.52 Gill & Donato Sepe 37,550.97 Linda & Steve Tinkler 9,808.28 Elaine & Martin Spafford 15,225.30 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 9,704.70 Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 7,634.31 Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 36,559.83 Bill Caddy 15,072.33 Paul Tonkin 7,626.21 Graham & Georgina Long 36,445.42 Christine & Ian Brennan 9,658.27 Warren & Pamela Sewell 15,051.88 Ann & Robert Campbell 9,643.43 Hannah Twigg & Simon Richards 7,605.56 Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 36,335.65 Belinda Barnes & John Shearer 7,602.72 Belinda Clarke 36,200.80 Mark Law & Diana Searle 9,635.44 Derrick & Maria Longwright 35,583.57 10,000 And Above Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 9,633.25 Christine & Michael Paxton 7,598.52 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 14,963.39 Rhys & Susan Williams 9,625.58 Alan & Rebekah Larner 7,596.19 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 35,352.00 Anthony Mervin 7,591.05 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 14,904.64 Anthony & Leslie Carrick 9,617.03 David Belcher 14,795.98 Peter & Cathy Legg 9,557.11 Richard Tibbetts & Suzanne Pilcher 7,581.09 15,000 And Above Robert & Jennifer Clifton 14,754.77 Steve Richardson & Ann-Marie Burras 9,510.96 Barbara Tibbs 7,565.41 Debbie & Trevor Collins 34,484.62 David Byatt & Janet Smith 14,687.59 Henry & Diana Crosby 9,478.63 Stewart Lonsdale 7,561.49 Su & Jas Bains 34,204.09 Richard & Helen Peuleve 14,661.85 Marion & Anthony Homer 9,473.58 Tony Henshall & Sarah Whittall 7,515.73 Keith & Patricia Phillips 34,109.36 Vivienne & Richard Washington 14,658.46 David & Heather Herring 9,439.83 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 7,501.16 Trish & Lee Fisher 33,819.28 Donna & Charles Warr 14,564.59 Ian & Anita Saville 9,426.12 Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 33,648.30 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 14,490.28 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 9,407.92 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 33,177.57 31.07.09 Issue 28 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  7. 7. LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS COMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 3HA. £2.50 per person, guests free. Business dress please. Hosts:- Mary & Harry Fullerton email: & Amanda Holland ( Eze Reach:- 01553 886597. 12 Aug Kleeneze Gold Day – KLEENEZE HQ (Book now: or Tel: 0151 601 2972. 18 Aug (four weekly) Burton Upon Trent Opportunity Meeting, The email 26 Aug (every four weeks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, The Riverside Hotel, Riverside Drive, Brandson, Burton-Upon- 5 Sept Kleeneze Xmas Showcase – THE NIA, Windmill, a purpose built Conference and Seminar Centre, Trent, STAFFORDSHIRE, DE14 3EP 8pm-9.30pm (doors . BIRMINGHAM Dalton Piercy, HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly on A19, open 7pm). £3 per distributor, guests free. The Kleeneze 12 Sept Kleeneze Ireland Xmas Showcase – THE RADISSON just north of Wynyard Park turn-off. Open meeting, everyone business presented in a fun and informative presentation. SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT welcome. 8pm Start £2.50 per head. Guests free Whilst providing an easy and relaxed atmosphere. The ideal 7 Oct Gold Rush IV – LOCATION TO BE CONFIRMED Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Steve Geldard and combination for you to introduce your friends and family to 17-21 Oct Kleeneze Autumn Destination – CYPRUS Cathy Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564. ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix Kleeneze. Free entry to guests. Hosts: David & Anne ITS 514235. Pemberton-Smith, contact, 9 Jan 2010 Kleeneze New Year Showcase & Gala Dinner – THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM 26 Aug (23/9, 21/10, 18/11, 16/12) Leeds Business Opportunity Tel. 07739 041843. Meeting, Holiday Inn, Brighouse, Clifton Village, LEEDS, HD6 19 Aug (16/09, 21/10, 18/11, 16/12) Redruth Business Opportunity 16 Jan 2010 Kleeneze Ireland New Year Showcase – THE 4HW. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £3 per distributor, guests free. Meeting at Tricky’s, Tolgus Mount, Redruth, CORNWALL, RADISSON SAS HOTEL, DUBLIN AIRPORT Business dress please. Contact Angel Hill on 07931283957 TR15 3TA. 7.45pm for 8pm start. Everyone welcome. Still 2-9 Mar 2010 Kleeneze Spring Destination 2010 – CAPE TOWN or Stuart Hill on 07792002402. only £2.50 per Distributorship, Guests free. Hosts: David and Jenny Gerry. Contact on 01209 714067, TRAINING MEETINGS - 2009 COUNTRYWIDE SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES, ITS 297533. 25 Aug (22/9,20/10,17/11,15/12) Hemel Hempstead Opportunity 31 July (every four weeks) Aberdeen Opportunity and Training 3 Aug (31/8, 28/9, 26/10, 23/11,16/12) Norwich Business Meeting, Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, HEMEL Meeting, Holiday Inn Express – Aberdeen Exhibition Centre, Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, Ipswich Rd, NORWICH. HEMPSTEAD HP2 4UA. £3 per distributor, guests free. Parkway East, Bridge of Don, ABERDEEN, AB23 8AJ. 10am NR4 6EP 7.30pm for 8pm start. £3 per Distributor, guests . 7:30pm for 8pm start. Business dress please. Hosts: Rosina – 12.30pm, £3. Contact Lynn Macdonald at free. Business dress please. Contact Stephen on & Frank Pocock. Tel: 01442 256405. or tel: 01506 414456. 07810126010. 25 Aug (22/9; 20/10; 17/11) Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn 19 Aug (16/09) Opportunity Showcase/Going for Gold GLASGOW, 4 Aug (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity (next to Premier Inn),Thornbury Road, Alveston, BRISTOL, Pentagon Centre, Washington St, GLASGOW. 7.30pm for Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards, BS35 3LL. 8.00pm start. Business dress please. Distributors 8pm start. Business dress please. £3 per distributor, guests RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm start, . £2 per head, guests FREE. Host: Andy Cooper, ITS 124171. free, all welcome. Contact Tom and Kate Forbes 0141 626 £2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton T. 01179 819526. 0013, Andrew Walkinshaw 07915 063458, Bob Park 07968 and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727. 804327. 26 Aug (23/9, 21/10, 18/11, 16/12) Somerset Business Opportunity 5 Aug (2/09, 30/09, 28/10, 25/11) West Sussex Business Meeting, The Bathpool Inn, Bathpool, TAUNTON, TA2 8BE, 22 Aug (every four weeks) Aberdeen Opportunity and Training Opportunity Showcase at the Royal George, Upper 7.30pm for 8pm start. £3 per Distributorship, guests free. Meeting, Holiday Inn Express – Aberdeen Exhibition Centre, Shoreham Road, Shoreham-by- Sea, WEST SUSSEX, BN43 Carlsberg don’t do BOMs, but if they did, they’d probably Parkway East, Bridge of Don, ABERDEEN, AB23 8AJ. 10am 6TA, on the Holmbush Roundabout. Fantastic training from say this is the best BOM in the world...but you need to come – 12.30pm, £3. Contact Lynn Macdonald at guest speakers followed by a scintillating sizzle for only along to find out! Contact Chris and Jacqui Hill on 01458 or tel: 01506 414456. £2.50 per Distributor, Guests FREE. 7.30pm for 8pm prompt 851046, 0967 661442, ITS 237999, Ezereach: 01458888065 23 Aug (every four weeks) Freedom Training. 10.00am – 1.00pm start, Business dress please. Hosts:- Judy & Gordon Seldon, email (doors open at 9.30am) Best Western Moat House Hotel, 01903 893887. 27 Aug (24/9,29/10,26/11,17/12) Showcase Opportunity Briefing, Festival Way, Etruria, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST1 5BQ. Special 5 Aug (2/9,30/9,28/10,25/11) Essex Business Opportunity Meeting Tottenham Green Leisure Centre, The Gold Room, First guests Jean and Mike Day. Bookings only, £6.00 per person. at The Holiday Inn, Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, Floor, 1 Philip Lane, LONDON N15 4JA. 7.30PM. Please send cheques (payable to A de Caso) to: Adele & J28 – M25. 7.30 for 8pm start. Business Dress please. Registration for 7.45PM start. Special guest speakers each Jaime de Caso, 38 Poplar Close, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on- Everyone Welcome Hosts Richard & Vanadis. EzeReach: month. £3 per distributorship, guest free. Everyone welcome! Trent ST11 9RJ (names will be held at the door, no tickets 01206 804 635. Hosts: Gary Dixon and team. Contact 07973 712 425, are sent out) Business dress only please, everyone welcome. 10 Aug Westcountry Open Evening at Padbrook Park Hotel, I.T.S.113915, or e mail: For further information, please call 01260 218574. Cullompton, DEVON EX15 1RU (signposted 5 mins from J28 14 Sept (third Monday of every month) South East Open Evening on M5). New to the Open Evening David Bibby will be doing BOM with a twist. Forest Suite, Bracknell Leisure Centre, OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND personalised training at 7.00pm. Call us with your requests for training / topics to be covered. One to one or small Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Berks, RG12 9SE. 7.45pm for 4 Aug (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, 8.30pm start. Distributors £3 single/£4 joint, guests free. groups, bring your team for a training session. All from Red Business dress please. Contact Debbie Gee on 01628 Edinburgh Training Centre, 16 St Mary’s Street and Blue groups welcome. Prospect focused Business 626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540. Everyone welcome EDINBURGH, EH1 1SU. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn Opportunity Presentation, Book Stall, Bids table, across the Network (blue and red groups). MacDonald at Testimonials, raffle and business related stands. Booking in 5 Aug (every four weeks) Kleeneze Opportunity Presentation starts from 7.00 p.m. and the event starts at 8p.m. Evening. Holiday Inn STOKE-ON-TRENT ST5 4DL. M6 J15 Business dress only. Please arrive early for a prompt start. Distributors £3 per person or £4 per couple. Guests FREE. REPUBLIC OF IRELAND Ample parking. Accommodation, meals, coffee and bar 26 Aug (four weekly) Open Opportunity Meeting at Brennans Green Doors open at 7:30pm, presentation from 8:00 till 9:15pm. available. Contact Sheelagh & Paul 01392 462710 (Ezereach Isle Hotel, Newlands Cross, DUBLIN 22, at 8pm; €5 per Hosts: Adele & Jaime de Caso 01260 500081. 01803 898592) or Nigel & Lucinda 01392 874412 (Ezereach distributorship, guests free. Contact Audrey 086-8352012 or 9 Aug (four weekly) Fast Start Training, The Riverside Hotel, 01803 898652). Jim 087-2103983. Riverside Drive, Brandson, Burton-Upon-Trent, 12 Aug (26/8; 9/9; 23/9; 7/10; 21/10; 4/11; 18/11; 2/12; 16/12; 30/12) 18 Oct The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm. STAFFORDSHIRE, DE14 3EP 12-2pm. £3 per distributor, . Swindon Opportunity Meeting, The Link Centre West Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and guests free. A two-hour meeting that covers all you and your SWINDON SN5 7DL. 8pm start in the Blades Bar next to the Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; team need to know in developing your Kleeneze business. Reception, £2.50 per distributor Smart Dress. Everyone Come along and join in a fun and informative gathering of 8 Nov Training Meeting at the Abbey Leix Manor Hotel, welcome. Hosts: Steve and Debra Nell contact on tel: 01793 experienced and committed Kleeneze people. Hosts: David ABBEYLEIX, 12.30pm. Guest speaker Bob Webb. Tickets 887978 or Ezereach: 01793 238909 & Anne Pemberton-Smith, contact are €7.50 per person and are on a first come basis/€12 on 12 Aug The Herts Open Evening (open to Blue & Red Groups), the door. Please book early for yourself and your team to, Tel. 07739 041843. Express Hotel by Holiday Inn, (next to Matalan) Danestrete, avoid disappointment. Contact Eamon Lynch and Marie 11 Aug (second Tuesday of each month) BOM meetings at Carlisle. STEVENAGE, Hertfordshire, SG1 1XB. Ryan on 044 9330826; Border Gate Premier Inn, Carleton, CARLISLE CA4 OAD tel: Welcome/Opportunity/Testimonial/Recognition/Crazee 01228 633311. 7.30pm for 8pm start. All distributors and 6 Dec The Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. KILDARE, 12pm. Raffle/Success Training/Bids Tools Table/Networking. prospects/guests welcome. Hosts Alistair Townsend and Tickets cost €10, guests free. Contact Eamon Lynch and 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. £3 per person - guests FREE. Malcolm Bullough and will feature a presentation of the Marie Ryan on 044 9330826; Business dress and open mind please. Contact: Mike Lunn opportunity and a guest speaker. For information, contact: & Fiona Deans. Tel: 01438 361 794. Mob: 07508 025 008. Alistair Townsend 01228 528126 email: Malcolm Bullough 01228 675553 Email: EzeReach: 01462 889 461. THE NETHERLANDS 8 Aug (12/9,3/10,31/10,28/11, 19/12) Hotel van der Valk de 12 Aug (9/9,14/10,4/11,2/12) Folkestone opportunity evening, The Cantharel, Van Golsteinlaan 20, 7339 GT APELDOORN. 18 Aug (every four weeks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting, Firs Club, Firs Lane, Cheriton, FOLKESTONE CT19 4QF. £2 Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5 1pm – 3pm. Email Rita & Frank Kamsteeg at per distributor, guests free. 7:30pm for 8:00pm start. 9PE. Easy access from A19. Open meeting, everyone Business dress please. All welcome. Hosts Emma & Chris welcome. 8.00pm start £2.50 per head. Guests free Shafe. Ezereach: 01227 808744. Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in your 17 Aug (14/9, 9/11, 7/12) Open to Blue & Red Groups. Eltham Open Cathy Brookes, tel: 0191 521 4564, ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix area? Let us know, at and we Evening at the Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, ITS 514235. will include them in our weekly meetings diary. ELTHAM, London, SE9 1AA. 7.30pm registration for prompt 18 Aug (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Meeting, Ramada 8pm start, ends around 9.30pm, then relax for a drink and a DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY. Jarvis Hotel, Ingram St, GLASGOW 8pm- 9pm. Contact sizzle plus visit our well stocked Sales Aids table. £3 per Lynn Macdonald at or tel: 01506 distributorship, guests free, dress code: smart casual. Hosts 414456. Joyce and Pete Rowe. Tel: 020 8463 7133. EzeReach 19 Aug (16/9, 14/10, 11/11, 9/12) Business Opportunity Meeting No: 020 3393 2408. Still the only BOM/Open Evening in Parkside Hotel PONTEFRACT 1/2 mile off Jct 32 M62 South London. towards Pontefract 7:30 for 8pm start guests free Hosts 17 Aug (14/9 12/10 23/11) Business Opportunity Open Evening Graham & Georgina Long 01757 268830 ITS 119857. (Now on Mondays), All welcome The Lincoln Suite, 24 Aug (21/09, 19/10, 16/11) Merseyside Business Opportunity Lincolnshire Oak Hotel, East Road SLEAFORD, Lincs, NG34 Meeting, Holiday Inn RUNCORN, Wood Lane, Beechwood, 7EH 7.30pm, £3 per distributor, Guests free. Contact:- Andy ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 28 31.07.09
  8. 8. REWARDING SERVICE We’re huge fans of recognition in this business and believe that hard work should be rewarded. This is why we’ve arranged for the people who help your business run smoothly to be acknowledged accordingly. Last week, Managing Director Jamie Stewart spoke at a Parcelforce conference saying, “You don’t just deliver parcels – you deliver pay cheques.” This statement sums it all up for the company, who almost a year ago today took over as our new carriers, stating: “We realise that we’re delivering more than parcels. We’re also delivering a commitment to you and your businesses.” of on behalf Awarded At the same conference, Jamie also launched a new quarterly and annual award to keep the depots striving for complete success when it comes to meeting your delivery expectations. to GATWICK The awards are based on performance data, as well as any feedback that comes through from our Service Centre. DEPOT The first quarter (April, May, June) winner went to the Gatwick Depot who delivered 99.67% of parcels on time. The second place winner was Carlisle depot with 99.66% and third was Leeds with 99.63%. As recognition for Top Performance The winners receive an engraved trophy along with £100 of Kleeneze vouchers. At the end of the year, the in Annual Trophy along with £250 of Kleeneze vouchers will be awarded to the depot that has shown Quarter One consistent commitment to 2009 Kleeneze Distributors. AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY DELIVERY SCHEDULE Don’t forget: the 0870 333 6688 number is no longer available. If dialled, you will be asked to redial BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY AUGUST 2009 0844 848 5000. UK Mainland Order date Order Day Delivery Day Delivery Date 24.8.09 Monday 13.15pm to Tuesday 13.15pm Thursday 27.8.09 COMPLIANCE UPDATE 25.8.09 26.8.09 Tuesday 13.15pm to Wednesday 13.15pm Wednesday 13.15pm to Thursday 13.15pm Friday Tuesday 28.8.09 01.9.09 Catalogue thefts: over the past few weeks an increasing 27.8.09 Thursday 13.15pm to Friday 13.15pm Wednesday 02.9.09 number of catalogue thefts have been reported to the 28.8.09 Friday 13.15pm to Monday 13.15pm Thursday 03.9.09 compliance department. Regrettably this has resulted in two distributorships having their accounts closed. It is important to Northern Ireland Post codes BT1 to BT90 Plus R.O.I Dublin 1 to 24 remember when retailing that there are no territories and if you Order date Order Day Delivery Day Delivery Date do come across another distributor’s catalogues or meet 24.8.09 Monday 9.15pm to Tuesday 9.15pm Thursday 27.8.09 another distributor always be polite, courteous and don’t 25.8.09 Tuesday 9.15pm to Wednesday 9.15pm Friday 28.8.09 interfere with their catalogues. 26.8.09 Wednesday 9.15pm to Thursday 9.15pm Tuesday 01.9.09 27.8.09 Thursday 9.15pm to Friday 9.15pm Wednesday 02.9.09 ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE 28.8.09 Friday 9.15pm to Monday 9.15pm Thursday 03.9.09 Work is taking place on the main power supply to our Remaining Irish Postcodes, International, Highlands & Islands of Scotland, Channel Computer Centre on Sunday 2 August 2009. Islands and Isle of Man As a result the web sites will not be available between 11:30 Order date Order Day Delivery Day Delivery Date 24.8.09 Monday 9.15pm to Tuesday 9.15pm Friday 28.8.09 and 21:00 on that day. Please also be aware that Service Centre 25.8.09 Tuesday 9.15pm to Wednesday 9.15pm Tuesday 01.9.09 systems may be disrupted on the morning of Monday 3rd 26.8.09 Wednesday 9.15pm to Thursday 9.15pm Wednesday 02.9.09 August, although we will be doing everything we can to 27.8.09 Thursday 9.15pm to Friday 9.15pm Thursday 03.9.09 minimise the level of disruption. We thank you for your patience 28.8.09 Friday 9.15pm to Monday 9.15pm Thursday 04.9.09 and understanding in this matter and please accept our The Service Centre will be closed Bank Holiday Monday apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Issue 28 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN