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Kleeneze 2010 ewb 45

  1. 1. BULLETIN 19.11.10 Issue 45HOW DO YOU DESCRIBE THE INDESCRIBABLE?At some point in your Kleeneze career, you will chance upon a Destination qualifier. It is very likely that, upon speaking to them, they will tell youthat these experiences are indescribable and ‘you just need to be there’.Now, these are not merely flippant words uttered by those who don’t want to tell you about their experiences. Telling you that this event was‘indescribable’ is not an off-the-cuff remark made by those who can’t be bothered to depict their five-star trip. And saying that you need to bethere is certainly not something you should ignore. No one’s telling you that you should have been there. No one’s saying it would have beennice if you could have made it. Although these last two statements are true, it is far more that you NEED to be there.Over the next eleven pages, we’ll be telling you about what happened when 176 qualifiers landed in the incredible city of Hong Kong. We’ll bedoing our best to describe the indescribable.You’ll see pictures of a city that has more skyscrapers than any other in the world. We’ll take you on a tour of a place that can boast more RollsRoyces per person than any other city in the world. You’ll see a hotel that is positioned among the finest luxury hotels in the world. And you’llhear from the people who undoubtedly have more passion, enthusiasm and energy than any others in the world – our Kleeneze Destinationqualifiers; people that – quite frankly – you could drop off in a B&B in Skegness and who would still make that time more enjoyable, exhilaratingand motivating than anywhere else in the world.Remember, the next time you hear ‘you need to be there’, don’t take it as anything else but an order. We’ll see you in New York. 560-068-02
  2. 2. We SED it would be sp Our Top Qualifiers touched down in Hong Kong on Sunday 7 November 30 minutes ahead of schedule – they simply surpass themselves when it comes to achievement, even when it comes to flights! Welcomed with a dazzling lion dance display from the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the SEDs had soon checked into their luxury rooms in the Grand Hyatt and changed to get ready for a sumptuous welcome meal at the five-star Hutong Restaurant. The next morning saw the first full day for our Top Qualifiers and what a day it was. They were transported to a millionaires’ world, as they arrived for the Kleeneze Leaders’ Seminar at the Aberdeen Marina Club - an exclusive club where membership is by invitation only and costs wealthy locals £100,000 to join! After a couple of hours of intensive business discussion the group enjoyed an EIGHT course lunch before boarding inflatable speed boats that took them to board ‘Grand Cru’ – the Hyatt’s own 180 foot shining white motor cruiser! Once aboard, the Top Qualifiers enjoyed non-stop champagne as they sat with feet dangling in the on-deck Jacuzzi, absorbing the Hong Kong sunshine.A fearless Mike Bibby bravely pets the lion Top Qualifiers enjoy five-star northern Chinese cuisine and stunning views of the Hong Kong skylineStraight off a twelve-hour flight! They scrub up well don’t they?! 19.11.10 Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  3. 3. pectacular and it was! Michael ‘Flatley’ Khatkar attempts to wow the leaders with his A welcome Mojito? Don’t mind if I do, says Rosemary Rowntree version of Riverdance to no avail Oh it’s a hard life. All that champagne to drink on board luxury yachts and so little time… ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 45 19.11.10
  4. 4. LET’S GET THIS PARTY STARTED! Phew, the Main Group arrived just in time to time to take control of the situation and bring this conference to order. They failed! It was party all the way from the moment their planes touched the tarmac. It was an incredible evening. Groups of ten boarded sampans at the harbour. These are traditional fisherman’s boats and our new favourite way to travel! The destination was the Jumbo Restaurant – a massive, floating restaurant in Aberdeen Harbour. Distributors set off for their first night in Hong Kong“Wow what a sight,” exclaimed Richard Houseago and Vanadis Fox.“Going by boat we had a short trip around the area and because itwas dark you could see the skyscraper buildings lit up like gold andsilver jewels.” Everything in Hong Kong is massive – including this amazingGreeted by a drink and a dragon dance at this unique restaurant, floating restaurantsome made their way straight to the sumptuous buffet while othersstopped to have their palm read or their name painted out in Chinesebefore settling in for a heady first night in Hong Kong.Special congratulations went to Annette Bradley, Kerry Edees,Sohail Ahmed and Lesley Davies & Wendy Meddelton whowere presented on the night with their cash bonuses forholding Gold beyond the qualification period.“All Kleeneze destinations are fabulous but Hong Kong really took ourbreath away. Whether it was the mix of ancient culture and high techmodernity, or whether it was something as simple as a huge‘Welcome Kleeneze Qualifiers’ banner draped at the top of the cablecar ride - whatever the experience Kleeneze always do it with style. But what’s this I see in your future? You’ll be taking a long journey…. to New York!We had the BEST gala dinner we’ve ever been to, dancing away in theGrand Ballroom at the Hyatt, and a fabulous evening underfloodlights at the races, but for us the highlight was sharing thewhole experience with ten others from our team, shopping indowntown Hong Kong & laughing so hard all week. Thank you somuch Kleeneze!”Doug and Sandra Roper Qualifying for these destinations is hungry work! 19.11.10 Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  5. 5. HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESSProsperity, happiness and health were all granted to our Destination qualifiers onday three in Hong Kong. Of course, as soon as you start a Kleeneze business youare already awarded these things, so our qualifiers are on the course to seriouswealth, happiness and a nice long life.How so? You may ask. Well, it’s all to do with a large fish and a bridge…On Tuesday morning, everyone piled on the coaches out to tour Hong KongIsland. First stop – Repulse Bay, home to one of the most beautiful beaches inHong Kong. However, it’s also home to the Longevity Bridge (cross it and addthree days to your life!), the Fish of Prosperity (throw a coin into its mouth and itwill bring wealth) and an assortment of other statues, which bring happiness,health and luck. Needless to say, the statues and bridge had a great deal ofattention from our qualifiers! The plaice to be for wealthThen it was off to Stanley Street Market where a colourful hodgepodge of stallscrammed full of bargain goodies awaited everyone. After a spell of haggling, itwas back on the coach, arms laden with shopping bags, and off for a spot oflunch, but getting there was something else!The coaches took everyone back to Wan Chai where Distributors made anincredible ascent up Victoria Peak on the famous Peak Tram. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience as the tram steadily climbed up the peak through the toweringHong Kong skyscrapers. The view at the top was spectacular. As was the buffet!Some disappeared after lunch to a local spa to have a pedicure with a difference,as they had their feet nibbled on by tiny fish! Others just settled for sitting in thesun with an ice cream until the coaches returned once more to bring everyone Hmm, now to get back to the other side without wiping those days back off…back to the hotel.THE BRIGHT LIGHTS OF HONG KONGLater that evening, it was time to go and watch the world-renowned Symphonyof Lights. This display was named the world’s largest permanent light and soundshow by the Guinness World Records and features 44 buildings on both sides ofthe Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong accompanied by music.Of course, to watch this in Kleeneze style, there was only one way, so it was off toboard the ferry and get right in the heart of the action.Once the spectacular show had finished, traditional Chinese cuisine awaited at theJade Garden restaurant. With somewhere in the region of ten courses,Distributors chowed down and had a great giggle.The night wasn’t over yet, though, because Temple Street Night Market awaited.Everything from electronics to clothing was there to be snapped up at bargain Hunting for a bargainprices. A bit of midnight shopping is always a good thing! The Symphony of LightsENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 45 19.11.10
  6. 6. PEOPLE IN BUSINESSOur Hong Kong speakers brought the perfect mix of training and inspiration to the stage. Next stop New York! We asked Hong Kong qualifiers what was more important when it came to qualifying for Destinations – believing in yourself or hard work. And the result was a resounding – BOTH. This is why our Conference day in Hong Kong was the perfect mixture of training and motivation. The day was launched by recognising all our first-time qualifiers before Managing Director Jamie Stewart launched some exclusive news. Hong Kong qualifiers were the first to hear of our half-price recruitment offer, the new Distributor websites, the front cover product competition and the launch of the second edition of Ezecook.Work hard, believe in yourself and you can join us at the next Destination! 19.11.10 Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  7. 7. WE’RE ALL WINNERS WITH KLEENEZE! Debbie, Helen, Sylvia and Helen celebrate their winnings Distributors line up to have a little flutter For many, the night at Happy Valley races was the highlight of the Destination. Hong Kong’s race track in the middle of the city is a sight to behold and Kleeneze nabbed the VIP box for a night of fine dining, wining and winning. “The whole week was jam packed with amazing sight seeing, shopping, fabulous and interesting food and sharing all of this with so many inspirational people. Everything we did was amazing. One of our favourite times was going to the Happy Valley Racecourse. What an amazing setting, and a wonderful atmosphere. Not only did we win big with getting to Hong Kong we also won at the races! It was a fantastic opportunity to meet and share stories and tips with so many great people, some we can call wonderful friends now. If you want to get to New York believe you can do it and do whatever it takes. Thank you Kleeneze for a trip of a lifetime and WE WILL see you in New York!” Gilly McCrone and John Morgan Lee and Michelle Pattinson discuss what they’re going to spend their winnings on with Ian and Katrina HawkerENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 45 19.11.10
  8. 8. KLEENEZE REACHESVertigo sufferers look away now. Day five inHong Kong saw qualifiers travelling throughthe city and out to Lantau Island where theyall boarded cable cars to Ngong Ping. Therenowned cable car is a visually spectacular5.7km bi-cable ropeway on which you take inthe most incredible views during the 25minute ride to the very breathtaking top.Here was a little village, where Distributorscould either relax with an ice cream, do a littleshopping and mingle. However, they also hadthe chance to go further afield and climb the260 steps up to the giant Buddha statue –Tian Tan.Now, don’t think we’re over-exaggeratingwhen we say giant. This statue is constructedfrom 202 bronze pieces, weighs over 250tonnes and soars 34 metres into the air.Simply unbelievable. Better than a day out at Alton Towers! When in Hong Kong…! Distributors dress the part to meet the Qualifiers upon reaching the top said: “you Buddha believe in yourself” famed Buddha 19.11.10 Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  9. 9. THE VERY HEIGHTS!“As first time qualifiers with Kleeneze it was amazing toexperience first hand the attention to detail that manyprevious international conference qualifiers have told usabout; everything from the refreshing welcome drinkson arrival at the Grand Hyatt through to the welcomebanners, signs and announcements at various venues.The company did everything possible to make us feel atease and appreciated,”Tony and Sue Peacham“It’s so hard to pinpoint one highlight for us as therewere so many, but the private room overlooking therace course has definitely got to be one of the biggest -it was incredible! When you stepped out the roomonto the balcony it made you feel like royalty, it washard to imagine that we were worthy of being in sucha place.” Dean Worrall, Sam Rushton, Paul Melville and Annette Bradley are satisfied to see thatRichard and Shanade Sherratt Kleeneze’s arrival in Ngong Ping has been accordingly recognised! While others settled for a cup of tea, this bunch were more determined to do some Tai-chiENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 45 19.11.10
  10. 10. MAKING IT A NIGHT TO REMEMBER It was the final night in Hong Kong. However, no time to shed a tear (plus it would have made our mascara run) because it was the night of the Gala Dinner. And what an amazing Gala Dinner it was. After the group Gala Dinner photograph, qualifiers made their way to the reception to grab a welcome refreshment and sign our Hong Kong banner. Then it was into the exquisitely done-out grand ballroom for the night’s main event. The food was spectacular, the entertainment even more so. But, as ever, it was the company we loved the most. A perfect end to the perfect Destination! “Thank you Kleeneze for an experience of a lifetime in such an exciting and vibrant city,” said Ann Ashley and Roger Samuel. “Apart from the fantastic destination it was brilliant to be able to meet and build new friendships with other distributors on the trip.” We have to say in reply to Ann and Roger and every other Distributor on this trip – thank YOU. We may organise these Destinations, but it’s YOU and only YOU that make them the incredible experiences that they always are. And to future Destination qualifiers – we’ll see you in New York!Distributors of the Year, Gavin and Bonnie, are thefirst to sign our wall of fameMickey Mouse and Banksy apparently also qualified Our new favourite band, Square Eyesfor Hong Kong… 19.11.10 Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  11. 11. BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 11 – COMBINED100,000 And Above 15,000 And Above Johanna & Stuart Peuleve 13,637.72 Richard & Suzanne Tibbetts 8,850.84Lynn Macdonald 2,539,478.78 Angela & Stephen Burchell 34,633.63 Trevor & Janet Rawding 13,631.31 Jeanette & David Ward 8,849.91Nasko Ratchev 2,537,844.91 Alison & Michael Ogden 33,923.75 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 13,506.65 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 8,845.41Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,510,708.14 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 32,464.69 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 13,481.59 Peter & Angela Abrahams 8,817.04Bob Webb 1,322,726.58 Abigail Colclough 32,092.49 Arthur & Irene Bennett 13,474.36 Deborah Morgan 8,785.75Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 1,121,392.63 David Pope 32,089.72 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 13,371.80 Kimberley Sunter 8,766.48Gillian Nicholson 995,620.36 John & Janice Halsall 31,473.51 Patricia Fisher 13,340.38 Sarah Darch & Timothy Philp 8,765.68Terry Carr 944,551.08 Lesley Burroughs 31,333.70 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 13,315.47 Michael Prior 8,760.53Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 944,331.21 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 31,281.67 Warren & Pamela Sewell 13,305.64 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 8,751.91Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 836,777.53 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 31,170.63 Stephen & Rebecca Gilbert 13,265.03 Stephen & Laine Shepherd 8,697.14Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 826,051.73 Trish & Lee Fisher 31,143.29 Jim & Vicky Smith 13,223.57 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 8,679.02Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 819,372.35 Graham & Georgina Long 30,967.51 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 13,148.56 Christine & Ian Brennan 8,662.30Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 815,046.17 Alexandra Tuesley 30,445.76 Sakuntla Kalyan & Richard Lovesey 13,131.52 Kenny Liggett 8,654.92Muriel & Tony Judson 781,295.56 Chantele & Barry Travis 29,206.69 Wendy Fielding 13,099.73 Gareth Rickhuss & Janette Pyne 8,641.45John & Jeanette Hawkes 687,944.42 Ram & Joginder Singh 29,118.01 James Dale & Claire Daniels 13,049.32 Kim Atherton 8,633.38Peter & Jackie White 605,448.84 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 28,923.66 Mark Law & Diana Searle 12,996.10 Margaret Wright & Jacqui Whittingham 8,608.09Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 470,669.84 Nicola & Jerome Neville 28,419.21 Raymond & Barbara Mann 12,989.65 Adrian & Margaret Lynch 8,582.52Mike & Amanda Bibby 421,999.50 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 28,133.88 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 12,956.54 David & Lynn Bole 8,578.71Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 382,273.18 Seph O’Connell & Sarah Watson 27,849.81 Timothy Murphy 12,951.24 Paul & Carolyn Blaxall 8,564.04Margaret & Roy Japp 349,756.20 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 27,767.53 Darryl Allen 12,941.09 Amanda & Peter Graham 8,523.92Terence & Jean Ash 303,161.10 Brian Manchester 26,845.78 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 12,941.09 Sue Phoenix 8,506.43Gary & Esther Watson 301,254.10 Paul Flintoft 26,740.94 Sandra Brown 12,941.09 Colin & Gillian Campbell 8,479.83John & Steven Sharp 284,970.83 Joseph O’Donnell 26,634.52 Jerome Hadley & Marissa Gigg 12,906.07 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 8,457.57Hazel & John Stephen 274,589.84 Allan Ledwidge 26,303.39 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 12,892.34 Belinda Barnes & John Shearer 8,455.71Gordon & Judy Seldon 216,921.23 Karim Karmali 26,031.12 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 12,882.68 Joanne & Tim Powell 8,454.25Robert Gibbons 215,539.10 John & Karina Beesley 25,378.76 Peter & Cathy Legg 12,841.19 Julie Golding 8,453.91Craig & Magdalena White 210,730.49 Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee 25,113.66 Bill & Joyce Rowe 12,800.25 David Goacher 8,452.99Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 197,616.34 Jen & Garry Luke 24,756.99 Sarah Jenkins 12,800.25 Justine & Steve Giergiel 8,448.93Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 192,159.16 Karen & Peter Flitton 24,693.89 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 12,798.13 Toni Yates & Martin Webb 8,418.91John & Sarah Mckie 178,578.70 Angela & James Macleod 24,246.28 Tavis Taylor 12,786.16 Stuart Chantler & Claire Garrod 8,410.99Phil & Jean Warrington 177,910.31 Helen & Andrew Walsh 24,166.29 Anthony & Susan Peacham 12,691.74 Susan Clements & John Dowding 8,410.99Claire & Peter Rea 171,795.03 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 24,164.52 Gail & Darren Drew 12,624.11 Sharon & Steve Agnew 8,397.54Judy Jodrell 170,874.55 Conor & Linda Treanor 23,322.54 David & Jenny Gerry 12,564.97 Andrew Allen-Melvin 8,393.29David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 165,654.77 Gill & Tim Evans 23,074.48 Pierce & Janet Hartley 12,536.36 Ann Ashley & Roger Samuel 8,373.91Michael & Jean Day 163,343.69 Mark & Sarah Wildman 22,911.59 Stephen & Joyce Milne 12,296.34 Alex Dewar & Lucie Hannah Marcus 8,371.86Stephen Geldard 152,180.05 Linda & Tony Gower 22,769.23 Heather Brown 12,260.76 David & Claire Fallon 8,364.75Vie & Keith Robertson 148,566.88 Gloria & Clive Davies 22,748.96 Sandra Ellis 12,255.49 Annette Bradley 8,353.37Tony & Katharine Briffa 140,751.46 Bill Caddy 22,681.99 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 12,247.98 Phillippa Snow & Ky Hale 8,353.37John & Anne Donaldson 136,821.93 Linda & Ian Stanley 22,611.49 John & Jenny Caton 12,232.44 Tony Henshall 8,338.66John & Christine Prosser 127,401.61 Steve & Cathy Chambers 22,563.20 Neil & Susan Maclean 12,198.59 June & David Love 8,314.96Sylvia & Jack Hood 125,428.30 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 22,530.00 Sylvia & Gary Green 12,189.25 Noel & Eileen Carson 8,305.73Victor & Una Brown 125,259.37 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 22,369.29 Elizabeth & George Kerr 12,153.63 Andrew & Lucinda Bates 8,301.36Robert & Mary Higgins 122,827.60 Robert Wellock 22,139.17 Paul & Helen Wilson 12,125.00 Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 8,297.67Michael & Susan Pirie 122,203.25 Cindy & David Brown 22,139.17 David & Heather Flannagan 12,109.03 Veronica Nixon 8,291.69Geoff & Fiona Webb 117,867.64 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 21,962.81 Norah Bohan 12,092.43 Tammy Mullins & Simon Lanning 8,276.94Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 117,414.15 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 21,842.52 Ann Searle & Philip Linsey 12,082.00 Linda & Steve Tinkler 8,244.51Jill Corlett 112,412.84 Amy Warrington 21,655.66 Angela Wallace 12,032.56 Deryck & Jane Easton 8,237.72Sue & Geoffrey Burras 111,436.14 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 21,525.48 Michael & Julia Tolton 11,977.21 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 8,228.57Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 106,958.78 Diane & Geoff Owen 21,412.59 William & Jane Warrington 11,966.09 Paul Bate & Thomas Johnson 8,222.17Heather & James Oneil 104,302.78 Timothy & Tina Pace 21,383.44 Graham & Christine James 11,935.20 Luisa Byrom & Andy Newton 8,218.50Malcolm Ashmore 103,556.82 Ivan Darch 21,365.76 Anthony Mervin 11,879.75 Julie Bullivant 8,201.28Adele & Jaime De Caso 103,556.82 Rosemary & Christopher Day 21,089.36 Ian & Carol Parker 11,847.38 Lee & Michelle Pattinson 8,198.21Trevor Mitchell 100,368.29 Debra & Oliver Pusey 21,073.45 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 11,781.00 David Bond & John Watkins 8,176.10 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 21,070.92 Andrew & Denise Hunt 11,779.34 Gavin & Trish Conway 8,165.84 Peter & Jean Monroe 11,776.84 Michael & Ann Jones 8,149.8935,000 And Above Colin & Charlene Sadler 21,020.19 Cliff & Linda Parker 11,699.38 Emma Colley 8,142.78Sue & Steve Ferguson 99,345.86 Martina & James Mcgrath 21,006.40 John Smith 20,885.25 Henry & Diana Crosby 11,673.48 Zoe Climpson & Will Joseph 8,116.52Irene Wilson 98,550.00 John & Lesley Mcnally 11,628.91 Tony & Julie Brown 8,109.67Andy & Carolyn Cooper 96,515.80 David Belcher 20,670.29 Keith & Patricia Phillips 20,644.89 Linda Charles 11,628.91 David & Gail Slee 8,099.20Anthony Greeves 87,908.90 Lesley Davies & Wendy Meddelton 11,477.51 Justin Rowe & Tracy Bell 8,089.42Stephani & Bill Neville 87,098.14 Phil Curtis 20,622.44 Robert Gould 20,602.25 Janet & Andrew Mitchell 11,439.33 Susan & Tony Cater 8,087.99Dave & Susie Horton 86,878.88 David & Christine Rhodes 11,397.48 Ian & Deborah Wightmore 8,084.31Carole & Benny Morris 85,340.86 Gerwyn Duggan 20,602.25 Ann & John Coe 20,602.13 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 11,394.56 John Greenwood 8,081.50Lauren & Peter Jackson 82,222.33 Seamus & Clare Houghton 11,379.15 Philip & Alison Wimbles 8,079.98John & Jenny Holden 81,488.51 Gordon & Patrick Davidson 20,496.50 Harold & Minnie Fulton 20,487.90 Vivienne & Richard Washington 11,308.71 Elizabeth & Keith Tomlinson 8,062.44Declan O’Neill 79,215.76 Tony Fasulo & Julie White 11,260.24 Diana Schuch & Alan Ward 8,062.37Steve & Debbie Roper 78,639.28 Richard & Helen Peuleve 20,452.07 Brian & Gay Redstone 20,231.04 Catherine & Stephen Lord 11,248.69 Angela Power 8,059.78Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 77,323.54 Dean & Rachel Rothwell 11,245.26 Susan Walton 8,051.46Olivera Toner 77,177.11 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 20,226.77 Karen Jordan & Kenneth Rooney 20,179.20 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 11,207.14 Peter Savidge 8,041.50Andrew & Sue Boswell 76,987.60 Declan & Monica Manning 11,207.08 Philip & Kerris Torkington 8,040.26Susan & David Darton 73,902.81 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 20,030.44 Elaine & Martin Spafford 19,937.76 David & Elaine Luke 11,149.52 David Haines & Kay Marie Handforth 8,040.26Angela & Norman Campbell 73,583.79 Terry Card 11,136.19 Graham Taylor & Simon Selfridge 7,999.50Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 73,221.90 Christine & Jim Foster 19,892.89 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 19,766.66 Michael Godwin 11,045.23 Gordon & Glenys Taylor 7,999.50Stephen & Debra Nell 72,688.19 Louise Puttick 10,940.01 Tracy Southern 7,993.71Gaynor Morgan 72,440.65 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 19,750.07 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 19,700.39 Fay & Andrew Roe 10,865.61 Linda & Graeme Kirkwood 7,986.36Peter & Myrna Wellock 72,401.49 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 10,839.32 Susan & Graham Green 7,976.06Marcell & Joanne Treanor 72,269.35 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen Mcloughlin 19,558.24 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 19,347.21 Alex & Kathleen Langler 10,836.51 Chris Southern 7,947.42David & Rosie Bibby 71,379.53 Bob & Diane Goulding 10,820.80 Steven Bond 7,946.93Glenn & Caroline Royston 71,258.39 Darren & Christina Simmons 19,202.46 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 19,189.34 Peter Gallant & Claire Mckay 10,812.03 Simon Luckett & Cristina Simoes 7,940.24David & Samantha Branch 70,972.08 Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman 10,694.31 Christina & Rob Cann 7,933.13Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 70,545.60 David Byatt & Janet Smith 19,107.34 Alison & Kevin Thomas 18,927.78 Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton 10,669.52 Clive & Beverley Currier 7,930.94Deborah & Allan Dewar 70,525.31 Gerard Coste 10,651.80 Mark & Debbie Walsh 7,921.36Nuala & Ronan Mcdonald 69,739.95 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 18,923.72 Terry & Jane Hodge 18,771.51 Susan Hook 10,642.86 Jayne & Gary Burcombe 7,912.46Michelle Kennedy 67,383.14 Ann Tawn 10,595.57 Rita & Peter Noble 7,907.05Rosina & Frank Pocock 67,380.62 Jennifer & Martin Amos 18,690.80 Gareth & Gil Duffy 18,640.32 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 10,590.55 Stephen & Elaine Blay 7,892.17Ramon & Sylvia Laing 67,220.20 David Wilson & Julie Knight 10,590.37 Richard Howe 7,891.06Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 66,272.41 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 18,521.11 John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone 18,494.57 Jane Philpott 10,549.26 Peter & Joyce Rowe 7,875.53Julie Collier & Peter Richards 65,437.42 Kate Lee 10,530.92 Richard Roberts 7,852.00Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 64,867.22 Michael & Janet Wallace 18,434.09 Michael Amor-Wilkes 18,208.34 Peter & Caren Neesham 10,511.03 David & Deborah Lord 7,841.22Karen & Neil Young 64,078.88 Craig & Linda Lomas 10,491.23 Tim & Freda Drinkwater 7,841.22Eve & Norman Branch 62,940.90 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 18,071.50 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 17,754.16 Bob & Rosemarie Hardy 10,486.00 Richard & Kim White 7,831.45Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 62,940.90 Ian & Anita Saville 10,459.93 Steve Kelly 7,811.47Helen & Paul Allgood 62,656.19 Nichola & David Walmsley 17,740.41 Harry Hancock 17,425.64 Stacy & Jonathan Beck 10,413.81 Ray & Cathy Powell 7,808.57Chris & Julia Norton 60,348.85 Sarah Trim 10,391.07 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 7,794.13Brian Harwood 59,930.48 Kevin Rider 17,350.52 Paul Melville 17,294.29 Sharon Bullock & David Taylor 10,306.24 Willie Louw 7,784.82Craig & Mary Hawkes 59,775.82 Carole & James Sunter 10,220.38 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 7,779.46Helen Brooks 59,642.58 Tim Sandom 17,283.37 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 17,250.81 Bernadette Murray 10,143.44 Steve & Ann-Marie Richardson 7,763.18Stanley & Roy Stewart 59,417.80 Chris & Nicky Evans 10,123.31 Sharon Smith & Kevin Pilkington 7,761.81Mike & Dawn Gough 57,876.26 Keith & Veronica King 17,241.42 Kodwo Anderson 17,241.42 Ronnie & Chris Mclachlan 10,106.08 Judith & David Ripley 7,761.81Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 57,117.97 Paul & Avril Coleman 10,067.35 Maryan & Don Nicolson 7,752.72John & Wendy English 55,271.23 Christine Sykes & Aidan Fisher 17,175.72 David & Judith Mccreath 17,138.69 Graham & Marion Whitaker 10,067.35 Morna Campbell & Donna Mcloone 7,746.39Jane & John Dunkerley 54,253.59 Kerry Edees 10,018.58 Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 7,744.69Christopher & Louise Brown 54,128.53 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts 17,103.83 Yvonne & Jonathan Coffey 17,098.07 Shane & Emma Sullivan 7,735.08Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 51,768.88 7,500 And Above Liz & Andy Gowland 7,731.12Alan Meldrum 51,751.78 Paul Meikle 17,095.16 Julian & Karen Pike 17,073.97 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 9,998.02 Carol Stephen & Gary Watson 7,729.80Belinda & Peter Clarke 50,608.83 Julie & Anthony Martin 7,727.62Richard & Clare Chantler 48,751.73 Maria & Shane Treanor 16,812.11 Michele & Henry Moss 9,976.31 Kevin Sands 16,784.56 Janet & Roger Bowen 9,947.07 Sheelagh & Brian Carter 7,721.93Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 48,706.33 Niall & Eileen Mckenna 7,707.96Doug & Sandra Roper 48,622.76 Lyn & Tony Davies 16,776.90 Michael & Lianne Rust 9,864.46 Pamela Jarvis 16,755.68 Janet & Terry Mulley 9,864.46 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 7,700.83Eamonn & Anne Roe 47,277.38 Gareth & Lynette Tucker 7,693.78Alf & Carol Bell 46,998.12 David Potter 16,714.72 Sara & Steven Smith 9,856.84 Georgina & Phil Gale 16,667.81 Alan & Rebekah Larner 9,829.05 Margaret & Michael Drayton 7,684.46Roger & Barbara Green 46,669.00 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall 7,679.68Tracy & David Sheehan 46,017.41 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 16,377.72 Douglas & Theresa Hack 9,778.23 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 16,344.67 Sheelagh & Paul Humphries 9,768.26 Michelle & Paul Tucker 7,678.52Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 45,213.01 Katrina & Ian Hawker 7,674.65Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 45,008.93 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 15,996.77 Michael & Anne Barnaville 9,758.96 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 15,992.76 Brian & Diane Holmwood 9,732.74 Paula & Kevin Beckitt 7,666.91Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 44,562.30 Roger & Gillian Coupe 7,666.36Clare & Martin Whitelock 44,139.60 Christopher Conroy 15,855.70 Christine & Con Browning 9,702.14 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 15,855.70 Patricia & Dennis Corser 9,674.12 Ricardo Monteiro & Natercia De Sousa 7,658.30James Curtis 43,433.38 Alan & Rae Gray 7,653.17Su & Jas Bains 43,110.52 Sharon & Craig Davis 15,806.53 Lorraine & Mark Collins 9,619.41 Norman & Joanne Grundy 15,696.52 Leslie & Moira Harris 9,577.02 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 7,643.58Debbie & Trevor Collins 43,110.52 Gabrielle & Christopher Brace 7,641.40Sharon & Andrew Bird 42,928.07 Lee & Fiona Henshaw 15,629.17 Angel & Stuart Hill 9,577.02 Donna & Charles Warr 15,602.65 Markus Klotzer & Petra Romoser 9,541.40 Steven Divito 7,637.33Andrew & Ann Meldrum 42,682.22 David Tomkinson 7,625.42Melanie & Andrew Wilson 41,800.97 Patrick & Helen Loftus 15,594.52 Kathleen Watson 9,533.26 Terry Hayden 15,568.94 Georgina Marshall & Will Goodger 9,530.69 Nigel Le Long 7,619.83Gill & Donato Sepe 41,597.76 Adrian Fisher 7,618.86John Webb & Kathryn Price 41,041.42 Richard & Greta Brownridge 15,534.19 Javid Khan 9,527.52 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 15,504.59 Marion & Anthony Homer 9,511.97 Marie Andrews 7,618.86Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 40,938.43 Emma & Chris Shafe 7,613.28Graham & Catherine Hyde 40,850.00 Isobel & James Orr 15,336.17 Ian & Pauline Pilkington 9,501.80 John & Kath Clease 15,326.16 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 9,488.11 Arthur & Maureen Nicholl 7,603.90Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 40,841.09 Alison Beal & Geoffrey Ault 7,603.48Derrick & Maria Longwright 40,431.33 Martyn Cunningham 15,088.92 Gavin Thomson 9,442.57 William & Sharon Stevenson 15,074.08 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 9,228.40 Nigel Oliver & Amanda Massey 7,597.77John & Sophia Clements 40,274.54 Ged & Judith Leah 7,589.66Peter & Sheryl Dutton 40,205.42 Jackie & Stuart Bower 9,204.16 Christine & Michael Paxton 7,587.89David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 39,957.07 10,000 And Above Ian Williams & Sally Mellor 9,199.15 Sarah & David Messer 7,581.64Ron & Judy Speirs 39,908.81 Omran Zaman 14,968.60 Cath & John Wilkinson 9,198.50 Robert Young & Clare Mears 9,192.76 Vicky & Craig Austin 7,570.23Debbie Gee & David White 39,567.19 Barbara Margaret Webb 14,914.77 Emma & Mark Mackelden 7,568.56Tom & Bernadette Hingley 39,310.67 Denys & Laura Harris 14,913.05 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 9,178.14 Glenn & Claire Few 9,160.94 Sandra & Chris Nelms 7,568.40Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 39,079.06 Daniel & Michelle Marshall 14,889.67 John & Anita Orr 7,565.26Jay Singh 38,823.75 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 14,815.89 Jane & Andrew Connor 9,157.91 Lynne Flaxman 9,153.84 Mervyn Baxter 7,565.26Stephen Clark 38,688.59 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 14,789.18 John Rees & Diane Mowels 7,563.87Amanda & Andrew Holland 38,199.77 Barry & Nina Mitchell 14,526.20 Paul & Andrea Towler 9,138.72 Ron & Heidi Body 9,095.63 Martyn Regan & Verity Antcliff 7,562.47Toby Acton & Donna Gold 38,104.21 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 14,500.03 Nicola Poor & Lewis Griffiths 7,560.66Steven & Sarah Curtis 37,999.92 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 14,449.00 Karl-Josef & Brigitte Mergler 9,087.17 Elizabeth & Alan Bland 9,085.36 Stewart Lonsdale & Susan Allen 7,553.89Denise & Stephen Neal 37,812.94 Iain & Jackie Swanston 14,352.93 Katie & Mark Johnson 7,553.65Rhian & E Anthony Jones 37,712.33 Vincent Tsoi & Lorraine Lawlor 14,303.40 Kelly & Steve Elliott 9,068.31 John & Mary Marsh 9,060.39 Richard & Patricia Rogers 7,546.25Sunil Popat 36,900.87 Bev & Dave Townsend 14,220.80 Martin Stoves 7,539.86Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 36,806.76 Caroline & Simon Harvey 14,219.01 William & Agnes Burgess 9,030.98 Glyn Thomas & Rose Rees 9,006.49 Paul & Gosia Hammond 7,534.41Caroline & Philip Thompson 36,129.31 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 14,152.56 Ted & Rose Farrar 7,526.52Steven Clements 36,113.40 Roger & Simon Mantle 14,076.24 Mary Hession & Geraldine Twamley 8,945.97 Sarah Sancho 8,918.44 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 7,502.66Michael & Sandra Laydon 35,540.54 Clive & Pamela Lennard 13,997.37 Brian & Karen Lockett 7,500.29Kerry & Paul Stonall 35,409.26 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 13,897.36 Michael Collin & Gwendoline Hannan 8,897.29Keith & Helen Sandland 35,183.66 Robert & Rosemary Annan 13,820.84 Gareth Daw 8,887.25 James & Jane White 8,884.12ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN Issue 45 19.11.10
  12. 12. Congratulations to all our HONG KONG QUALIFIERS TOP QUALIFIERS Mike & Amanda Bibby Bob Webb Mike & Jean Day Geoff & Fiona Webb Adele & Jaime De Caso Peter & Myrna Wellock Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree Craig & Magdalena White Ram & Sylvia Laing Peter & Jackie White Heather & James O’Neil Karen & Neil Young Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes MAIN GROUP Sohail Ahmed Debbie Gee & David White Richard Radbourne & Yvonne Kirk Jacqueline Akhurst & Steven Ellis Stephen Geldard Stewart & Elaina Renton Helen & Paul Allgood William & Helen Greaves Christine & Geoffrey Richards Jennifer & Martin Amos Norman & Joanne Grundy Gareth Rickhuss & Janette Pyne Ann Ashley & Roger Samuel Claire Haines Andy Ridley & Louise Lee Derek & Susan Bannister Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton Doug & Sandra Roper Alf & Carol Bell Pierce & Janet Hartley Sam Rushton & Dean Worrall Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts Brian Harwood Keith & Helen Sandland Alan Bennett Katrina & Ian Hawker Andy Shaw & Ricardo Ferreira Albert & Caroline Berry Craig & Mary Hawkes Geoff & Maggie Shepherd David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin Ian & Rachel Hickton Stephen & Laine Shepherd Verity & Richard Bloor Heather Higgins & Neil James Richard & Shanade Sherratt Annette Bradley Amanda & Andrew Holland Joanne Skinner Marie & Stephen Burnett-Hockey Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox Derek & Denise Smith Linda & Alan Cannings Adam & Coleen Humphrey Sharon Smith & Kevin Pilkington Richard & Clare Chantler Sakuntla Kalyan & Richard Lovesey Kimberley Sunter Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford Raja & Ruby Karunakaran Adam Swire & Deborah Heron Jennifer & Jim Corby Ian & Lorraine Keyte Chrissy Sykes & Aidan Fisher Daniel Davies Helen Lambert & Richard Woods Carol Talmage & Steven Dowling Lesley Davies & Wendy Meddelton Alan & Rebekah Larner Paul Tawn & Clare Bason Debbie & Allan Dewar Mark Law & Diana Searle Ken Thomson Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward Daniel & Michelle Marshall Allison Voller & David Armstrong Jane & John Dunkerley John & Lesley McNally Angela Wallace Kerry Edees Paul Melville Helen & Andrew Walsh Tony Fasulo & Julie White John Morgan & Gilly McCrone Mark & Debbie Walsh Karen & Peter Flitton Chris Pagett Keith & Kathleen Ward Andrew Fountaine Lee & Michelle Pattinson David Wilson & Julie KnightMartin Gardner & Allison Butterworth Tony & Sue Peacham Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
  13. 13. LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTSCOMPANY SHOWCASES AND TRAINING DAYS Motorway junction: M62, Junction 31. Everyone welcome. Please note smart dress. Hosts Graham & meeting your guests. Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access to the room (upstairs). Only £3 per distributorship,8 Jan 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! 2011 – New Year Launch – HALL Georgina Long. Eze 01937 858018. guests free (bring loads & see your business grow). Hosts 3, the ICC, BIRMINGHAM Gerard & Claire Tucker- Mawr (EzeReach: 0121 314 9785) 14 Dec (second Tuesday of each month) BOM meetings at5 Feb 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – RED COW MORAN and Geoff & Diane Owen (EzeReach: 0121 314 4870) Carlisle. Border Gate Premier Inn, Carleton, CARLISLE HOTEL, DUBLIN www.birminghambom.co.uk. CA4 OAD Tel: 01228 633311. 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. All5 Mar 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – STONELEIGH PARK, distributors and prospects/guests welcome. Hosts Alistair 6 Dec Eltham Open Evening. We are still the only open evening WARWICK Townsend and Malcolm Bullough and will feature a in South London. Open to Blue and Red Groups. 7.30pm presentation of the opportunity and a guest speaker. For registration for prompt 8.00pm start, ends around9 Apr 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – THE LANCASTRIAN information, contact: Alistair Townsend 01228 528126 9.30pm, then relax for a drink and a sizzle in our own SUITE, NEWCASTLE email: ali5kids@sky.com, Malcolm Bullough 01228 comfortable Bar & Lounge. Still only £3 per 675553 e mail: malcolmbullough@hotmail.com. distributorship, guests free, dress code: smart casual.7 May 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – THE BRISTOL HOTEL, Eltham Conservative Club, 254 High Street, ELTHAM, BRISTOL 18 Dec Leeds Open Evening, Holiday Inn Leeds Garforth, London SE9 1AA. Contact Joyce & Pete Rowe on 020 Wakefield Road, LEEDS, LS25 1LH. 7.30pm for 8.00pm4 Jun 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – THE DW STADIUM, 8463 7133 or Ezereach 020 3393 2408 or email: start. Dress code: Business Suit. Host – Craig White WIGAN jpr9@o2.co.uk. 0173380867025 Jun 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – MACDONALD 7 Dec (First Tuesday of every month) Business Opportunity INCHYRA GRANGE HOTEL, FALKIRK Meeting. St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES Leonards, RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm .10 July 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour – BLUE MOUNTAIN 22 Nov Business Opportunity Meeting Portsmouth, The for 8.00pm start, £3 per distributor, Guests Free! Business GOLF CLUB, BRACKNELL Churchillian Pub – Portsdown Hill Road, PORTSMOUTH, dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton and Sue Marshall on23 July 2011 Kleeneze LIVE! On Tour - RED COW MORAN PO6 3LS. Distributors £2. Guests Free. 8.00pm start. 01425 480675 or Ezereach 02380987429. HOTEL, DUBLIN Business Dress please. Contact Carol/Alf 023 92 613034. 8 Dec (second Wednesday of every period – Blue) Mighty Oaks3 Sept 2011 Kleeneze Xmas Showcase & Gala Dinner – the 24 Nov Essex Business Opportunity Meeting at the Holiday Inn, Opportunity Meeting. Ye Olde Bell, Barnby Moor DN22 NIA and HALL 3, the ICC, BIRMINGHAM Brook Street, BRENTWOOD, CM14 5NF, J28 – M25. 8QS near A1, 5 minutes north of RETFORD. 7.30pm for 7.30 for 8.00pm start. Business dress please. Everyone 8.00pm start. Dress: Smart casual please. We promote10-16 Nov 2011 Kleeneze Destination – NEW YORK welcome, hosts Richard & Vanadis. EzeReach: 01206 804 Ed Ludbrook’s Coaching approach. Everyone welcome. 635. Guest Speaker: Michael Khatkar. £3 per distributorship, £1 per guest. Maria and DerekTRAINING MEETINGS - 2010 COUNTRYWIDE 25 Nov Open Evening and Opportunity Showcase, Tottenham Longwright (Ezereach 01522 718671).11 Dec Going For Gold. At: The Globe Hotel, Tuesday Market Green Leisure Centre, The Gold Room (1st Floor) 1 Philip 13 Dec South East Open Evening Bracknell. Welcomes Blue & Place, KINGS LYNN, Norfolk. PE30 1EZ (Use hotel Lane, Tottenham, LONDON N15 4JA. A prospect Red Groups across the Network. Join us for an evening entrance in Kings Street, opposite ‘Prezzo’). 7.30pm for focused, benefits led, presentation of the Kleeneze of fun with Opportunity Presentations and Kleeneze 8.00pm prompt start. Business Dress only please. £2.50 Business Opportunity and ‘the four principles of Stories. Hospitality Suite (upstairs), Bracknell Leisure per person. Guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact Ann business’. 7.30pm registration for prompt 8.00pm start. Centre, Bagshot Road, BRACKNELL, Berks, RG12 9SE. & John Coe on 01553 829241 or Ezereach 01553 £3 per distributor. Guests FREE Dress code: Business. 7.45pm for 8.30pm start. Distributors £3 - guests FREE 888118. Everyone welcome! Hosts: Tony & Sue Peacham on 0208 Business dress please. Contact Debbie Gee on 01628 521 4664 or Ezereach 0203 051 8333 or email: 626327 or Kate Lee on 0118 9268540.22 Jan New Year, New York Training Workshop, venue EXETER. payitforward2004@aol.com, and John Hawkes on 077672011 11 am – 5 pm. £7 per person to include lunch and 14 Dec Hemel Hempstead Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, 620441 or email: jahawk1923@aol.com. refreshments throughout the day. Contact David Bibby for Breakspear Way, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD HP2 4UA. £3 more information and to book places on 01392 875442 or 29 Nov Last Open Evening before Christmas. Special guest per distributor, guests free. 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. daverosiebibby@talktalk.net. speaker Silver Executive Michael Ogden. Training on Business dress please. Hosts: Rosina & Frank Pocock. alternative lead generation. Mince pies and Devon clotted Tel: 01442 256405. cream will be served!! Westcountry Open at PadbrookOPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND Park Hotel, Cullompton, DEVON EX15 1RU (just 5 mins23 Nov (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Express by from J28 on M5 signposted). New York Based Training REPUBLIC OF IRELAND Holiday Inn Glasgow, City-Riverside, Stockwell Street, with David Bibby at 7.00 pm sharp. Presentation starts at 15 Dec (Week 3 of every Period). Portlaoise Open sizzle/training, GLASGOW, G1 4LW 8.00pm- 9.00pm. Contact Lynn 8p.m. Distributors £3 per person or £4 per couple. Guests The Food Court, The Midway Centre, PORTLAOISE. Macdonald at lynn@lynnmacdonald.com or Tel: 01506 FREE. All from Red and Blue groups welcome. Prospect 7.30pm – 8.30pm. No charge, just buy a tea or coffee. 414456. focused Business Opportunity Presentation, Training, For more details, contact Kathleen Carolan on Book Stall, Bids table, Testimonials, raffle and business 0879092508 or EzeReach 059 86 47500.29 Nov Titans Training and Opportunity Meeting, Cedar Court related stands Ample parking. Accommodation, meals, Hotel, Mayo Avenue, Off Rooley Lane, BRADFORD, BD5 coffee and bar available. Contact Sheelagh & Paul 01392 8HW, 7.30pm for 8.00pm start. Everyone welcome. Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in 462710 (Ezereach 01803 898592) or Nigel & Lucinda Contact Neil Young on 07932 965 071 or Ezereach: 0113 your area? Let us know, at meetings@kleeneze.co.uk 01392 874412 (Ezereach 01803 898652). 350 8763. or EzeReach 01772 977402 and we will include them in 29 Nov Business Opportunity Open Evening, Everyone Welcome, our weekly meetings diary.1 Dec (every four weeks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, The Supreme Inns, Bicker bar Roundabout, BOSTON DEADLINE FOR WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS 4PM TUESDAY. Windmill, a purpose built Conference and Seminar A17/A52 junction, registration 7.30pm, £3 per person, Centre, Dalton Piercy, HARTLEPOOL, TS27 3HN, directly Hosts:- Andy & Amanda Holland email: on A19, just north of Wynyard Park turn-off. Open a.holland075@btinternet.com Eze-Reach number: 01553 meeting, everyone welcome. 8pm Start £2.50 per head. 886597. Guests free. Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table. Sue Phoenix 01642 918340 / Peter Neesham 01642 918258. 1 Dec Swindon Business Opportunity Meeting 8pm start, business dress please. Guests Free, Distributors £2.50.7 Dec (four-weekly). Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting at Premier Blades Bar, The Link Centre, Whitehill Way, SWINDON. Inn Morrison Link Road, Haymarket EDINBURGH. 8pm SN5 7DL. Everyone welcome. Contact Steve & Debra until 9pm. Everyone welcome. £3 single, £4 joint Nell 01793 238909. distributor. Contact - Jim & Jane White Ezereach 0141 530 9724. 1 Dec (every 4 weeks) Birmingham Open BOM. The Plough & Harrow Hotel, 135 Hagley Road, BIRMINGHAM. 7.45pm8 Dec Opportunity Meeting (change of venue) The Bridge Inn, registration for an 8.00pm prompt start. Ample free Altofts Lane, Whitwood, CASTLEFORD, WF10 5PZ. parking, good reception areas & bar for team sizzles & Issue 45 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN