PEOPLE IN BUSINESS
BULLETIN 26.09.08 Issue 39
TALK ABOUT A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! Hikes in prices of everything from food to fuel in recent months would make you
believe that the whole word is looking forward to a more ‘tight’ than ‘white’
Christmas. Not so! Your customers seem determined to make a splash this
Christmas and a mere three weeks after the launch of our Christmas Catalogue,
EWB has been innundated with your success stories (not that we’re complaining –
please keep them coming in!!)
Distributor of the Year, Craig White sent us some fantastic voice
messages from the Vision Group:
“I wanted to share this message from Shelagh Falconer with you, because to
receive this order from the same customer in two days [£681] is just fantastic,”
says Jean Day. “This is just the beginning of the fantastic launch of our
Christmas and Cabouchon Catalogues. What a window of opportunity. It’s really
kicking in now.”
“I am just so ecstatic, because the lady who gave me an order yesterday of
£243 rang me today and asked me to call down because she wanted to make
another order. I’ve just been down and I am absolutely shaking. I’d like to
know if anyone placed another order of £438. This is just a couple of days
after the launch of a catalogue. I’m just blown away!”
Shelagh Falconer, Silver Distributor
“Our total retail that we picked up from 216 books this time was a total £1,180 of orders. What an amazing pick up. Of course, this
hasn’t just happened overnight. A lot of the work that we put in was years ago. We’ve been in the business six years and like everyone
else we went out placed our catalogues and looked for our customers in the first six months a lot of the customers we found are still
with us six years on. I do believe that through being persistent and consistent and being methodical with what we do. To anyone who’s
going out there for the first time, I’d just like to say get out there, get your books out and be consistent and persistent and the results
will come to you too.”
Pete Flitton, Bronze Executive Distributor
When Mike and Susan Pirie had a friend round for coffee, they saw the Kleeneze Christmas Catalogue on the table and
proceeded to order £80 worth of goodies! That’s not the end of the success for the Dream Team, though. The couple also let
Ken Rooney and Karen Jorden have been using ‘spread the cost of Christmas’ inserts in their books and have had a customer place three
orders for £47, £51 and £48 - that's a total of £146.
Neil Mclean had a customer request a little longer with the Christmas Catalogue, and the next day ordered £46 of wrapping paper.
Martin and Cathy Saunders had £989 of orders last week with £440 coming from the Christmas Catalogue. Their next drop was in a new
area and for 128 books they received £277 worth of orders.
Paddy and Mary Halpin went to an area where they had poor sales last month (€30) this time with the Christmas
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catalogues they received €500!
WHAT A DIFFEREN Twenty-four little hours ago, EWB received an email confirming that
Jean and Mike Day had done it. They are officially Kleeneze’s
Six years ago, Mike and Jean both gave into the (relentless!) attempts
by Jackie and Peter White to sponsor them into the business. Previously,
they had both been earning very good salaries and simply weren’t
interested. However, when Mike was made redundant for the second
time at the age of 56 and soon after Jean found herself in the same
boat, they decided it wasn’t an opportunity they could afford to ignore
anymore. Their Kleeneze business was born.
Now, they’ve hit Premier, so EWB caught up with the couple the night
after their meeting, where they were officially recognised by Managing
Director, Jamie Stewart.
“We’ve had the goal to hit Premier since we joined the business - it
was our six year goal” explains Jean. “We watched Jackie and Peter
achieve it and knew that we could too. We haven’t come back to earth
since it was announced! It really has been fabulous. And it was
fantastic to have Jamie there last night at our meeting.”
The Days have achieved this status in an incredibly short space of
time, but are very frank when it comes to the methods they have used
to get there.
“Getting to Premier is really just about coaching others to achieve their
goals,” says Jean matter-of-factly. “That’s all this business is about.
There’s no secret to it. All you need is a solid Frontline and focus and
ON A CORSA SUCCESS To achieve Premier, you need to “That’s when she answered the ad on the Internet,” continued
have five active Bronze Executive Andy. “She didn’t tell me until the morning Jean and Mike were
Distributors in your Downline. due to come and speak to us and I just said: ‘if it’s that Kleeneze
The fifth of Jean and Day’s or Bettaware, they can get lost’! I was embarrassed, almost
Downline to qualify were Andy ashamed, at the thought of delivering catalogues in my local area.
and Helen Walsh. But Helen had made her mind up, so we just got on with it.
“Helen and Andy wanted to It was three days after we started that Jean and Mike asked us to
reach Bronze Executive in two come to a Business Opportunity Meeting and there I heard Ram
years – and they have. This Laing speak. It was as if he was speaking directly to me –
business is really just about helping others’ achieve their goals,” everything he said about feeling embarrassed when he first started
Jean Day told EWB. So we decided to catch up with this couple rang these bells. Also, when Jean and Mike had been sat on our
who were integral in helping Jean and Mike achieve their goal. sofa telling us about Kleeneze and showing us that they were
earning £7,000 a month, I had thought well if you can do that so
Andy and Helen Walsh joined Kleeneze in 2006 and following
closely in the footsteps of their sponsors, the Days, they have
rocketed up the Sales Plan to Bronze Executive Distributor. Our first full period was Period 9 of 2006. We spent the first six
months purely retailing – that was our training ground. Once
“You end up building friendships with people in this business, so we’d built up a solid customer base, then we could get out there
it makes it even more special that when we hit Bronze, Jean and and focus on the sponsoring.”
Mike achieved their goal too,” explains Andy, who works the
business on a part-time basis alongside his job working at the It was sponsoring that quickly moved the couple’s business
Head Quarters of the Post Office. forward. In order to achieve Bronze Executive, you need to have
two Gold Distributorships in your Downline, but it was having
However, Andy’s positive attitude towards the business wasn’t their eye on the prize and, again, a very simple method that has
always this way. In fact, when he heard Mike and Jean were on seen them achieve this.
their way to his home to talk to the couple about Kleeneze, his
“We just followed what Jean and Mike taught us,” said Andy
response was less than optimistic!
frankly. “It’s fantastic, because there’s this system out there and all
“Helen worked in childcare and was a lecturer for Adult Learners you have to do is follow it. You don’t even have to think!
full-time before joining Kleeneze. She really enjoyed it, even Our most important goal is to get the Vauxhall Corsa, but we will
though it was very stressful. However, when the two colleges in be going on that Cruise, as well. Hey, if we have to sit through
our area, including the one she worked for, merged into one seven days of cruising on the Caribbean in order to get our free
before we knew it, Helen had received her P45 in the post. car, then that’s what we’ll have to suffer!”
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NCE A DAY MAKES
consistency. In the first three years of joining the business, we worked inspire; we, ourselves have followed in the footsteps of Peter and
around the clock. We worked weekends and never had a holiday, Jackie White,” explains Jean. As for anyone who has just started up
apart from when we qualified for the with the business and wants to make it their
Conferences the company put on. We knew goal to capture the coveted title of Premier
that in order to reach Premier, which is an Distributor? The Days’ advice is simple:
elite level, we would have to put in the energy
“You need to want it. Put your dedication for
and the effort.”
this business before everything else. A big part
Reaching Premier Distributor status means of success, I believe is getting people to the
that Jean and Mike are entitled to an meetings. When we first started our meetings,
immediate £3000 bonus, immediate Jackie and Peter used to travel up to teach us
qualification for the next Spring Destination, how to hold them. Then when we got to
immediate qualification for the next two Gold, they let us get on with it. We used to
Autumn Destinations, plus the increased have our meeting at a Travel Inn with only 5
income due to Premier Bonuses. It’s certainly people. Now we hold it at the Park Royal for
nothing to be sneezed at, but the couple are about 100-200 people – that speaks volumes.
taking it all in their stride and even have their Once a month, we also meet our key
next goal all mapped out. frontlines on a Saturday afternoon, plus we
travel all around the country to meetings. It’s
“We’re not going to relax,” Jean stresses. “Our next goal is to become
commitment to other people.
Principal. Now we’ve got to this level, we just need to take baby steps
to keep on moving up the Sales Plan by helping our Bronze Executives “The best advice we could give to new Distributors is work harder,
reach SED. We now have a fabulous residual income, but one of the contact warm market and don’t work with the wrong people. Work
nicest things is to see the people who started up with us, doing so with walkers, not talkers. The attitude of people in this business is
well in the business. They’re such loyal, committed people.” infectious and hard to describe to other people.
Once your attitude is right and your mindset is right and
It is this belief in other people that has helped Jean and Mike become
you can achieve anything.”
part of the exclusive club that is Premier. “We have always wanted to
FROM BREEDING SNAILS
TO SPEEDY SALES!
Of course, just as Andy and Helen have helped Jean and Mike You need to take just a minute out of your time to talk to your
with their goal, Downline from the Walsh’s is a couple who have customers – even if you know you need to get on and deliver
just gone Gold. Cathy and Geoff White joined Kleeneze just more catalogues.”
seven months ago and have already made their way up the Sales Just before they retired, the couple decided to invest in property.
Plan to collect their bright shiny Gold medal! However, due to a global economic downturn, they regrettably
“It was a great surprise,” laughs Geoff. “I can’t even tell you how lost money in this venture. Now, they’re quickly making a success
we got there really. We just get out, deliver the catalogues and of their business, though, and with one of the most incredibly
collect and somehow we arrived at Gold. I really have the highest positive attitudes we’ve come across in a long time, have their
regard for the company, for all the support they offer you; it’s sights set on moving even further up the Sales Plan.
things like when Amtrak went into administration, the speed of “When we first joined, we looked at all these people with their
which Kleeneze turned that around. gold medals and thought ‘can we really achieve these things?’ But
“However, our success is really all down to our Upline, Helen it can be done!” says Geoff. “If we can do it, anyone can! We’ve
and Andy. They offer us so much support – in all ways; practically got our goals to keep on climbing up the Sales Plan now, but one
and emotionally.” of our main ones at the moment is to get out to America to visit
Geoff (72) and Cathy (56) joined Kleeneze after they retired and our daughter.”
found out that they had lost their pensions. The drastic news had
them looking for an alternative where they could make money – HOW TO JOIN THE PREMIER LEAGUE:
and fast! To become a Premier Distributor, you need to have five active
Bronze Executive Distributors in your Downline. For someone to
“Before we retired, we worked in the catering business – all
different aspects of it, from corporate to fast food. We catered for reach Bronze Exeuctive Distributor level, they need to have two
the Liverpool Festival Gardens for two years. At one point, we Gold Distributors in their Downline.
even built a snail farm – at the time it was the biggest one in Premier Distributors are entitled to:
Europe! However, the one thing that we’ve learnt from working in
• One-off payment of £3000
the catering business that has helped us with our Kleeneze
business is customer service. Each customer would always get a • Increased income due to Premier Bonuses
personal ‘good morning’ and eye contact. This is something we’ve • Immediate qualification for the next Spring Destination
carried on and it has helped to build our customer base. • Immediate qualification for the next two Autumn Destinations
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“Who says that top people in Kleeneze don’t retail any more? Here are Silver Premier Executive
Distributors, Mike and Amanda Bibby dropping off 578 catalogues! If Mike and Amanda Bibby still
do it, what are you waiting for?!” Darren and Caroline Weston, Distributors
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IT’S A KLEENEZE CHRI
“There have been some outstanding orders already from the Christmas with the big Christmas guy himself ‘Robbie’ the singing Reindeer. Our
Catalogue, and the next few periods will give us all the opportunity of sales went from almost £1.05 per book dropped to £2.10 per book
some high earnings. and placed our final order of the Period for £348 retail from 165
books. Our first period has resulted in £297.46 earnings, our first
So if you have’'t already done so, get those Christmas book circulating
sponsored new distributor already out getting orders in period 10, and
among your customers.
another 2 new people in the wings for the coming weeks.
We have been in this business for 12 years, and THIS year’s Christmas
There is no better time to start with Kleeneze with ‘Robbie’ doing all
Catalogue is the best we have had!"
the selling for you and people looking for that extra income. Add to
Mike and Margaret Drayton that, the fact that we are already sitting on over £300 worth of orders
already in Period 10, we are looking to have a great start with enough
Mike Pirie also shocked us with the statistic that 95%
income to last more than the 12 Kleeneze Days of Christmas.”
of his team who did HIT their bonus level (in Period 9),
are retailing with the new Christmas Catalogue. The
“In the past, September has been
5% who missed out, do not yet have it.
traditionally the month when people are
If you want to see who in your team has got the ‘planning’ their Christmas purchases, but
right tools to achieve all their goals over the this year it looks set to be very different.
next few Periods, check your GSA (Group Sales Analysis). People are spending and if you have yet
If they have already got the Christmas Catalogue, the
to get your Christmas books out
letter ‘c’ will show after their name in brackets (c). If not, it
to your customers, you are missing
will be blank. A
out big time!
Elsewhere, Ian Pilkington contacted us to tell us that Shaun Bradbury "We put out 306 books with the
has amassed a whopping £920 of orders from the Christmas Christmas Catalogue in and received £918.39 in sales this week. Of
Catalogue in four days! Moments afterwards, he found out that this £215 is for Christmas product. However, we have had several pre-
Shaun’s total had risen to £1960, to be ordered over the next 12 orders filled out to the value of £274, as well.”
weeks, thanks to his spread the cost of Christmas form. Gail and Stuart McKibbin, Senior Executive Distributor
Diane and Bob Goulding also had great news for us: “Here are the fantastic stats on our first drop using the
“Liz Blake on her first pick-up of Christmas orders Christmas Catalogue.
texted me to say that she had £56 orders for On a drop expected to bring £180 in orders, we have received £365
Christmas. Five minutes later, another text came of which £117 are Christmas items. One customer who only ever
through letting me know she had another £43. spends about £3, spent £6.50 of which £3 was Christmas products,
And then a third text letting me know she had and a customer who has only ordered once before spent £75 of which
another £59. That’s £918 of orders, of which £60 was on Christmas items.
£286 were for Christmas – in September!
To top this off, I have just delivered the £75 order and, thanks to our
Also, one of our new starters, Karen Campbell, has just placed her first demonstration, received an order for the reindeer. Not a bad result
order of £250 from the Christmas and Main Book!” considering that, after being told last year that September was too
early for the Christmas Catalogue, I actually have
Distributor Peter McCormick has started at a great time, as his Cabouchon at the front and Christmas at the back of the pack.
sales can testify!
Our order this week instead of being £500 as expected was actually
“We started putting books out in the first week of period 9 and £670 including £20 Cabouchon!”
dropped 80 catalogues. We did get £97 worth of orders and dropped
Katrina Harvey and Ian Winstanley, Gold Distributors
another 90 that week and reached a total of £180 worth of sales. By
day 10 we had already recovered our initial investment of £130 which
“Our latest drop resulted
in thirty seven customers
Following great help and support from our upline Nick and Bridgette ordering £443 from the
Linton-Butt, a visit to our first conference and a really inspiring meeting Christmas Catalogue.“
with Glyn Hobden, we set about retailing the Christmas book with Mike and Ann Jones
great gusto. By splitting out the Christmas Book with either Health & Gold Distributors
Beauty or the Main Book we doubled our opportunity to open doors
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“What a great advert our new T-shirts are! We love them and feel they make us look more businesslike and
professional. When Geoff was shopping recently, the shop assistant asked him all about Kleeneze. Geoff gave
him an information pack and we will be following this up.” Geoff and Maggie Shepherd, Silver Distributors
ISTMAS NUMBER ONE
“We put out 80 books on Wednesday where
CHRISTMAS TOP TEN
normally 25 have previously ordered, but the
other 55 have never done anything. We've still
got 18 books to go back for tomorrow, but
1. Holly, Back Page, code: 032212-32, £20/€30
we already have eight orders - one of them a
2. Animated Merry Christmas Reindeer, Front Cover, code: 043796-32, £17/€25.50
first-timer, with a total order of £156.50,
thanks largely to a single customer order of 3. Gift Wrap & Decoration Organiser, Page 32, code: 031267-32, £8/€12
£75, including a £25 Railways DVD set from 4. Snow Domes, Page 28, code 030961-32, £3/€4.50
the Christmas book. Of this total order, 5. Winter Friends luxury Cards, Page 30, code 030791-32, £3/€4.50
£66.00 was from the Christmas book.“ 6. Let There Be Lights Mug, Page 18, code 032468-32, £5/€7.50
Jan and Roger Bowen
7. Gift Label Dispenser, Page 34, code 031518-32, £3/€4.50
Senior Distributors 8. Bubble Sword, Page 38, code 033278-32, £3/€4.50
9. Mr Turkey, Page 23, code 014354-32, £20/€30
10. Gripping Stuff Card Ribbon, Page 36, code 083364-32, £5/€7.50
89 shopping days until Christmas and the media is still full of horror stories Treat yourself
of the credit crunch. However, we’re pleasantly surprised to find that home Probably the most compelling reason to home shop is the prices. You can
shopping is actually BENEFITTING from this economic downturn. Why? make whopping savings by shopping out of the Kleeneze catalogue, as we
Manifestly, because with so many watching their pennies this year, the have the most competitive prices around. In a climate when even the tooth
high street is simply too expensive, but there are a few other reasons that fairy is less giving, make sure you treat your nearest and dearest and
make home shopping the most attractive option for Christmas: yourself this Christmas.
Park yourself on that sofa Be selective
With petrol prices at a record high, it’s really no wonder why people are Ever got down one end of the high street, remembered you wanted to
choosing to leave their car in the garage rather than heading out to the buy your grandfather his annual pair of socks only to have to struggle all
shops. Home shopping is a great way to get all of the gifts you need the way back, laden with parcels, usually in a downpour and a very foul
without cutting down on costs to pay for petrol. mood. Thanks to our selection of five catalogues, there are hundreds of
different items at your fingertips.
Home shopping is simply the most convenient way to get everything you Take your time
need for Christmas. Forget fighting the crowds, driving around endlessly There’s always one family member that’s, let’s face it, difficult to buy for.
for a parking space or having to unceremoniously dump the children Rather than traipse endlessly round the shops looking for that perfect gift,
somewhere so you can get their gifts. You don’t even have to brush your catalogue shopping means you can flick through the books and get some
hair or remove your favourite, seen-better-days, fluffy bunny slippers. Just great ideas for a present they’ll never forget.
sit down with a nice cup of tea and shop to your heart’s content.
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LEARN WHILE YOU EARN EVENTS
COMPANY CONFERENCE AND TRAINING DAYS 22 Oct (every 4 wks) Teeside Opportunity Meeting, Blue Bell Hotel,
Acklam Road, MIDDLESBROUGH TS5 7HL. Easy access
13 Oct (10/11) Business Opportunity Evening at The Holiday Inn,
Lake View, Bridge Rd, Impington, CAMBRIDGE CB24 9PH.
8 Oct Kleeneze Gold Day – KLEENEZE HQ (Book now – from A19. Open meeting, everyone welcome. 8pm Start 7.30 for 8pm Start. Business dress only please. Distributors
email Lloyd.firstname.lastname@example.org) £2.50 per head. Guests free £3 guests Free. Everyone Welcome! Host Craig White,
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THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM Distributor. This is the first meeting. Please notify your team then relax for a drink and a sizzle plus visit our well stocked
members and guests of this event. Contact: Roger Mantle at Sales Aids table. £3 per distributorship, guests free, dress
22-28 Mar Kleeneze Spring Destination Conference 2009 –
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Parry on 01691 777 232. 8463 7133. ITS: 317 688.
9 May 09 Kleeneze Summer Showcase – THE NIA, 21 Oct (18/11) Business Opportunity Meeting. The Thurrock Hotel,
5 Sept 09 Kleeneze Christmas Showcase and Gala Dinner 2009 –
SOUTH/MIDLANDS/WALES Ship Lane, Aveley, ESSEX, RM19 1YN. 7.30pm start. £3 per
Distributor, guests free. Hosts: Gill Nicholson 07808 763058
THE NIA and HALL 3, ICC, BIRMINGHAM 29 Sept (four weekly) Open Business opportunity meeting at the and Andy and Sue Boswell 01634 323326,
Churchillian Pub, Portsdown Hill, Cosham, PORTSMOUTH email@example.com.
Hampshire PO6 3LS. Ample parking. 7.45pm for an 8pm 13 Oct (3/11, 1/12) Herts BOM at the Novotel Stevenage,
TRAINING MEETINGS - 2008 COUNTRYWIDE prompt start. Business dress please. £2 per distributor.
Guests free. Hosts Caroline Roberts and Martin Bell on
Knebworth Park, Stevenage, HERTFORDSHIRE SG1 2AX
(on J7 of A1M) 8.00pm - 9.30pm. Doors open at 7.15pm for
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02392 430411. networking. £2.50 per person - guests FREE. Evening
Bristol Road, FALFIELD, GL12 8DL. 1.30pm – 4pm. Guest
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Arrive ready to learn, depart ready to earn! For further details, Holiday Inn, Ipswich Road, NORWICH. Business dress only, Recognition, The Best 'Crazee' Raffle in Town, Great Multi-
contact Gillian Nicholson 07808 763058, email please. Distributors £3, guests free. Everyone welcome! Host Coaching, Guest Speakers Plus Lots of 'Whooping' &
firstname.lastname@example.org. Craig White, contact 020 8626 9541. ‘Hollering’. Interactive Sozzle in the bar afterwards. Business
2 Oct (6/11, 4/12) SED Success Seminar. The Grangemoor Hotel, 30 Sept (28/10,25/11) Hemel Hempstead Business Opportunity Dress (and Suits). Open Herts Meeting. Everyone Welcome!
St Michaels Road, Maidstone, KENT, ME16 8BS. Every Meeting. Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, HEMEL Hosts: Group Victory. Contact Mike Lunn & Fiona Deans Tel:
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Presentation). 7.30pm start. £3 per Distributor. Guests free. 01442 256405. 15 Oct (12/11 10/12) New Business Opportunity Meeting open to
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Knowledge is King here on the day. Book Raffle and 722500. 21 Oct (18/11) Bristol Opportunity Meeting. Ship Inn (next to Premier
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ESSEX. Guest speakers Gail and Stuart McKibbin. 1.30pm - 2 Oct (30/10,27/11) Worthing Opportunity Meeting, The Pashley distributor. Guests FREE. Raffle prize draw. Hosts KerryAnne
4pm. £2.50 per person. Guests free. Arrive ready to learn, Suite, Shoreham Airport, Shoreham by Sea, WEST and John Watkins, tel: 07815 128169. ITS 508435.
depart ready to earn! For further details, contact Gillian SUSSEX, BN43 5FF. £3 per person, includes one raffle 22 Oct (every 4 weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting at Newtown,
Nicholson 07808 763058, email ticket. Guests free. Chantele and Barry Travis. Contact: POWYS, SY16 1LH. 7.45 pm for an 8.00pm start finishing at
email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org. 9.00pm. £1 per Distributor - Guests Free. Everyone welcome
2 Oct (first Thursday of the month) Business Opportunity Meeting. Business dress only please. Contact Roger Mantle 01686
628 423 or Wilf Parry 01691 777 232.
OPPORTUNITY MEETINGS - NORTH/SCOTLAND St Leonards Hotel, Ringwood Road, St Leonards,
RINGWOOD, Hampshire, BH24 2NP 7.30pm for 8pm start,
. 23 Oct (20/11,18/12) Leicester Business Opportunity Meeting, The
30 Sept (every four weeks) Glasgow Opportunity Meeting at the £2.50 per person. Business dress please. Hosts Bob Dalton Field Head Hotel, Markfield Lane, Markfield, LEICESTER,
Quality Hotel, 99 Gordon Street, GLASGOW, next door to and Sue Marshall on 01425 480675 or ITS 119727. LE67 9PS. http://www.thefieldhead.com. £3 per
Glasgow Central Railway station. 8pm-9pm. Contact Lynn 5 Oct (2/11, 30/11)FAST START Training. Newton Regis Village Hall, distributorship. Registration 7.30pm/7.45pm. Starts 8pm. For
Macdonald at email@example.com or Newton Regis, TAMWORTH Staffordshire, B79 0NL. 1.30pm further information, contact Andy and Sharon Bird on 0116
Tel: 01506 414456. for 2pm Start, Distributors £3, guests free.|Training to suit 233 0966.
8 Oct (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Meeting. Parkside every level, Host: Dave Pemberton-Smith 23 Oct (20/11, 18/12). Sussex Business Opportunity Meeting. The
Hotel, PONTEFRACT, 1/2 mile Jct. 32 M62 toward (email:firstname.lastname@example.org or Voice Mail:119853). Halland Forge Hotel on A22, Halland, SUSSEX, BN8 6PW.
Pontefract. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £2.50 per person, guests 8 Oct (second Wednesday of every month) The After Eight Fantastic training from guest speakers. £2.50 per Distributor,
free. Hosts Graham and Georgina Long. Tel: 01757 268830. Opportunity Meeting. Chobham Rugby Club, Fowlers Wells, guests free. 7.30pm for 8pm prompt start. Business dress,
ITS 119857. Windsor Road, CHOBHAM, Surrey, GU24 8NA. Doors open please. Hosts: Judy and Gordon Seldon, Tel: 01903 893887.
8 Oct (every 4 wks) North East Business Opportunity Meeting, 8pm, 8.30pm start – 10pm. £2.50 per Distributor, guests free. 30 Oct (every last Thursday of the month) Business Opportunity
Quality Hotel, Boldon Business Park, SUNDERLAND. NE5 Everyone welcome. Mike and Amanda Bibby always in Meeting. Tottenham Green Leisure, The Gold Room, first
9PE. Easy Access from A19. Open meeting, everyone attendance. Bookstall and Sales Aids. Business dress floor, 1 Philip Lane, LONDON, N15 4JA. 7.30pm for 8pm
welcome. 8.00pm START £2.50 per head. Guests free please. Hosts: Vicky and Hugh Scott, Tel 01483 473318, start. Special guest speakers each month. £3 per
Opp/Training/Recognition/Raffle/Table Steve Geldard and VikkiAScott@aol.com. distributorship, guests free. Everyone welcome. Contact
Cathy Brookes ITS 119822 Sue Phoenix ITS 514235. 8 Oct (5/11, 3/12) Swindon Business Opportunity Meeting, Gary Diamond Dixon on 07973 712425 or ITS 113915.
14 Oct (every four weeks) Edinburgh Opportunity Meeting, Campanile Hotel (formally the Ibis) Delta Business Park,
Edinburgh Training Centre, 16 St Mary's Street
EDINBURGH, EH1 1SU. 8pm 9pm. Contact Lynn
SWINDON, SN5 7XG. Everyone welcome. 8pm start please REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
wear business dress £2.50 per distributor Guests Free. 2 Oct (30/10, 27/11) Business Opportunity Meeting. Cooney’s
MacDonald at email@example.com. Please contact Steve or Debra Nell on 01793 887978. Hotel, Ballymahon, LONGFORD.
16 Oct (four weekly) Going for Gold. Ramada Jarvis Hotel, Ingram 8 Oct (5/11, 3/12) Business Opportunity Meeting. The Firs Club, 7 Oct (7/10, 4/11) Limerick Business Opportunity Meeting,
St, GLASGOW, 7.30 for 8pm. Business dress please. All Firs Lane, FOLKESTONE, Kent, CT19 4QF, off junction 12 Woodfield House, Ennis Road, LIMERICK.
welcome. £3 per distributor, guests free. Further info contact M20. 7:30 for 8:00pm prompt start. Business dress, please. 8 Oct (5/11) Galway Business Opportunity Meeting, Menlo Park
Tom and Kate Forbes, 0141 626 0013, Andrew Walkinshaw Distributors £2, guests free. Hosts Emma and Chris Shafe. Hotel, GALWAY.
07915 063458, or Bob Park 0191 247 1821. Tel: 02083 389887 Voicemail: 164892. 14 Oct (11/11) Business Opportunity Meeting, Quality Hotel, On
20 Oct (17/11) Business Opportunity Meeting, Holiday Inn, Wood 8 Oct (5/11, 3/12) Somerset Business Opportunity Meeting. The New Ross Roundabout, Wexford Town, WEXFORD.
Lane, Runcorn, MERSEYSIDE, WA7 3HA, Jct. 12 M56, 8pm Bathpool Inn and Restaurant, Bathpool, TAUNTON, TA2
start. £2.50 per person. Guests free. Contact Mary and Harry
Fullerton, tel: 0151 4277108, email:
8BE. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £2 per Distributorship, Guests
free. Contact Chris and Jacqui Hill on ITS 237999, tel: 01458
firstname.lastname@example.org. 841 046, email SomersetBOM@TopRewards.co.uk or Gerald 4 Oct Bastion Bastion (Best Western) Amsterdam Airport Hotel,
20 Oct (17/11, 08/12) Business Opportunity Meeting, David Lloyd Longman on ITS 297398, tel: 01460 55614, email Vuursteen 1, 2132 LZ, HOOFDDORP, Nederland
Leisure, Barton Embankment, Trafford Park, MANCHESTER, Gerald@Goldpot.uk.com. www.bastionhotel.nl/onzehotels/airport 12noon-2.00pm. Free
M17 8RH. Doors open: 19.30 - 21.30, Everyone parking and free shuttle bus to and from the airport. Email
9 Oct (6/11, 4/12) Gloucester Business Opportunity Meeting.
welcome/Guests Free, business dress please, raffle. Contact Rita Weyn & Frank Kamsteeg at email@example.com.
Twigworth Lodge (Premier Travel Inn), Tewkesbury Road,
Warren and Pam Sewell: 0161 749 8863. Twigworth, GLOUCESTER, GL2 9PG. 7.45pm for 8pm start.
22 Oct (every four weeks) Business Opportunity Evening. The £3 per distributorship, guests free. Host: Mike Perkins, ITS
Do you have any Training or Opportunity meetings in your
Holiday Inn, Clifton Village, Brighouse, LEEDS, HD6 4HW. 508802 firstname.lastname@example.org. area? Let us know, at email@example.com and we
8pm start. Business dress only, please. Distributors £3, will include them in our weekly meetings diary.
guests free. Everyone welcome! Host Craig White, contact
020 8626 9541.
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Issue 39 ENTERPRIZE WEEKLY BULLETIN
BULK SALES FIGURES PERIOD 9 – COMBINED
100,000 And Above Eve & Norman Branch 41,507.38 Andrew Medlam 18,377.91 Gary & Iris Dixon 10,788.36 Gavin & Trish Conway 8,372.15
Nasko Ratchev & Oksana Karachun 2,065,516.97 Julie & Anthony Cornick 41,415.41 Richard Houseago 18,372.73 Brian & Diane Holmwood 10,745.62 Graham & Jennifer Shaw 8,367.83
Bob Park & Lynn Macdonald 2,063,195.10 Jane & John Dunkerley 40,601.36 Warren & Pamela Sewell 18,345.04 Andrew Platten & Tracie Lowndes 10,669.94 Mark & Sarah Wildman 8,367.18
Gavin Scott & Bonnie Arapes 2,021,616.89 Helen & Paul Allgood 40,218.11 Jack Kirby & Chantelle Molloy 18,183.29 Rosie Ward & Jack Kerbel 10,664.05 Valerie & Tony Montero 8,355.95
Bob Webb 1,061,667.38 Chris & Julia Norton 39,831.07 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 18,157.19 Denys & Laura Harris 10,659.54 Don & Morna Campbell 8,349.36
Allan & Billie-Dee Moffat 909,232.80 Gill & Donato Sepe 39,734.67 Karim & Juliet Karmali 18,134.34 Heidi & Ron Body 10,653.31 Peter & Cathy Legg 8,343.04
Gillian Nicholson 865,678.46 Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 38,965.58 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 18,081.63 Philip & Alison Wimbles 10,651.25 Lyn & Tony Davies 8,327.59
Terry Carr 756,317.26 Ram & Joginder Singh 37,275.23 Amanda & Andrew Holland 17,927.50 Christine & Jim Foster 10,595.03 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 8,324.72
Rob Forster & Ray Aziz 756,222.77 Brian Harwood 36,748.82 Gareth & Jeanette Jones 17,710.87 Sarah Sancho 10,530.94 David & Gail Slee 8,314.40
John & Audrey Gardiner 744,726.50 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 35,807.84 Nichola & David Walmsley 17,599.58 Tracey Payne 10,480.77 William & Jane Warrington 8,292.39
Glyn & Elizabeth Hobden 744,711.18 Colin Roy Scott-Smith 17,543.22 Amelia & Hannah Mchard 10,456.04 Linda Charles 8,287.55
Gloria & Clive Davies 17,519.61 Kulwant & Mandeep Kalon 10,400.22 Martin Douglass & Jane Rollings 8,286.07
Chris & Wendy Mason-Paull 727,604.29 15,000 And Above Alison & Kevin Thomas 17,503.55 Jim & Vicky Smith 10,339.35 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 8,259.05
Freda Fenn & Heather Summers 630,224.05 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 33,897.93
Margaret Moore & Carren Arscott 617,116.10 Jean-Marc Bordeau & Alexis Thorpe 17,484.47 Elizabeth & George Kerr 10,317.08 Janet & Roger Bowen 8,246.38
Helen Lambert & Richard Woods 33,759.03
Muriel & Tony Judson 587,342.29 Neil & Susan Maclean 17,484.47 Michael & Janet Wallace 10,289.19 Geoffrey & Berenice Davey 8,225.94
Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 33,454.56
John & Jeanette Hawkes 530,914.10 Ian & Carol Parker 17,446.21 Bob & Diane Goulding 10,277.67 Steven Bond & Susan Blunt 8,213.94
Belinda Clarke 33,413.51
Peter & Jackie White 447,747.11 Rosemary & Christopher Day 17,396.19 Tavis Taylor 10,266.50 Mikaela & Andrew Brown 8,192.07
Andrew & Ann Meldrum 33,076.75
Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton 345,107.38 Harold & Minnie Fulton 17,185.50 David Belcher 10,266.15 Marcus & Joyce Emerson 8,180.43
Christopher & Louise Brown 32,444.89
Stephen Bourne & Anne Binks 338,812.28 Pamela Jarvis 17,128.55 Richard & Helen Peuleve 10,266.15 Jackie & Paul West-Hook 8,178.91
Alison & Michael Ogden 31,305.36
Margaret & Roy Japp 321,834.71 Christine Lappin & Simon Place 17,002.53 Sharon & Steve Agnew 10,191.01 Paul & Anna Scott 8,169.49
Carol & Bruce Manktelow 31,124.50
Mike & Amanda Bibby 314,480.70 Allan Ledwidge 16,998.27 John Morgan 10,100.96 Harvey Kent & Kerry Edees 8,167.58
Roger & Barbara Green 30,930.11
Terence & Jean Ash 278,949.82 John & Kath Clease 16,972.87 David Potter 8,146.45
Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 30,852.48
Amy Warrington 16,950.74 David & Jenny Gerry 8,125.57
Gary & Esther Watson 276,745.40 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 30,817.60
Claire & Paul Howells 16,946.72
7,500 And Above Alan & Philippa Lenthall 8,121.46
John & Steven Sharp 269,996.23 Keith & Pauline Blythe 30,630.60 John & Mary Marsh 9,999.25
Hazel & John Stephen 259,638.08 Christopher Young & Helena Edwards 16,777.16 Seamus & Clare Houghton 8,111.33
Tracy & David Sheehan 30,571.71 Mary Hession 9,963.85
Phil & Jean Warrington 178,472.70 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 16,712.45 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 8,092.74
Daniel & Ann Keeble 30,542.74 Shirley Gowland & Josephine Davies 9,952.90
Gordon & Judy Seldon 171,226.28 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 16,678.06 Veronica Nixon 8,082.85
Debbie & Trevor Collins 30,542.74 Henry & Diana Crosby 9,940.83
Robert Gibbons 166,828.60 Ann & John Coe 16,677.03 Louise Puttick 8,054.02
Michael & Sandra Laydon 30,398.83 Emma Colley 9,885.05
Derek & Eileen Wagstaff 161,726.86 Markus Klötzer & Petra Romoser 16,481.48 Tsahai & Jake Ellington 8,052.13
Derrick & Maria Longwright 30,306.28 Patrick & Helen Loftus 9,845.30
Claire & Peter Rea 161,670.76 William & Sharon Stevenson 16,396.68 Richard & Greta Brownridge 8,051.94
Graham & Georgina Long 30,182.88 Kevin Rider 9,844.91
Andy Stephenson & Claire Branch 149,779.60 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 16,392.28 David Russell 8,051.36
Peter & Sheryl Dutton 29,859.21 Michael Prior 9,841.77
David & Anne Pemberton-Smith 144,670.77 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 16,333.05 Ian & Deborah Wightmore 7,994.45
Su & Jas Bains 29,749.92 Craig & Linda Lomas 9,766.90
Craig & Magdalena White 142,454.77 Dawn & Bruce Marsden 16,139.70 Rod & Mairi Marshall 7,987.45
Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 29,027.45 Stuart & Carol Butler 9,765.46
Michael & Jean Day 141,986.87 Leslie & Moira Harris 15,992.09 Mark Law & Diana Searle 7,978.84
Stephen Smith & Dennis Chamberlain 28,987.62 Margaret & Michael Drayton 9,755.00
John & Sarah Mckie 139,300.98 Angel & Stuart Hill 15,992.09 Julian & Jayne Snare 7,960.83
John Webb & Kathryn Price 28,675.78 Ian & Anita Saville 9,753.12
Melvyn & Lucy Mortimer 139,249.08 Kerry & Paul Stonall 15,746.78 Jennifer & Geoffrey Bell 7,960.37
Sharon & Andrew Bird 28,429.36 Barbara Geraghty & John Russell 9,687.03
Keith & Vie Robertson 136,927.22 Christine & Ian Brennan 15,538.46 Jeske Didsbury-Schol & Brian Didsbury 7,954.50
Lesley Burroughs 28,282.35 Warwick & Christine Blakemore 9,686.73
Judy Jodrell 133,796.12 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 15,363.37 Laura Thorpe & Les Ward 7,940.76
Chantele & Barry Travis 27,612.62 Colin & Gillian Campbell 9,599.82
Tony & Katharine Briffa 128,641.92 Keith Sandland 15,212.54 Adrian Fisher 7,938.59
Keith & Patricia Phillips 27,478.68 Lynda & David Buchan 9,589.42
Mark & Delfina Prosser 121,855.46 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 15,208.70 David Nutley & Marie Andrews 7,938.59
Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly 27,428.89 Catherine & Andrew Barraclough 9,571.41
Michael & Susan Pirie 119,550.05 Raymond & Barbara Mann 15,053.89 Mike & Anne Airey 7,904.16
Trish & Lee Fisher 26,956.41 Kelly & Steve Elliott 9,568.99
Victor & Una Brown 114,725.90 David & Heather Flannagan 7,892.90
Melanie & Andrew Wilson 26,602.71 Michael Amor-Wilkes 9,514.22
Linda & Steve Tinkler 7,882.93
Eamon Lynch & Marie Ryan 109,497.04 Caroline & Philip Thompson 26,566.40 10,000 And Above Christopher Conroy 9,508.43
Roger & Gillian Coupe 7,868.55
Trevor Mitchell 107,849.42 Linda & Tony Gower 26,247.45 Isobel & James Orr 14,949.51 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 9,508.43
Stephen Geldard & Catherine Brookes107,420.01 Willie Louw 7,851.02
Gordon & Patrick Davidson 26,015.02 Karen Olivant & Peter Flitton 14,882.59 Barbara Margaret Webb 9,463.33
John & Anne Donaldson 104,499.25 Stephen & Elaine Blay 7,825.88
Richard & Clare Chantler 25,662.17 Steve & Cathy Chambers 14,851.25 Amraj Khan 9,410.52
Robert & Mary Higgins 103,801.21 Richard & Raquel Brennan 7,811.45
Tom & Bernadette Hingley 25,654.84 Bev & Dave Townsend 14,810.34 Karen Bradley & Antonio Alonso 9,400.67
Raymond & Miriam Turnbull 100,171.98 Declan & Monica Manning 7,802.54
John & Karina Beesley 25,528.03 Andrew Ridley 14,786.48 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 9,368.46
Karen Lucas 7,801.24
Stephen Clark 25,001.55 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 14,686.34 Ron & Sue Keeler 9,367.42
Lena Morrish & Dima Nikolayenko 7,796.20
35,000 And Above Gill & Tim Evans 24,956.57 Roselyn & Gavin Thomson 14,582.10 Paul Bray 9,325.57
Barry & Nina Mitchell 7,788.77
John & Christine Prosser 98,316.46 David Pope & Stephanie Garrod 24,896.59 Caroline & Simon Harvey 14,232.91 Raymond & Susan Kirkland 9,324.68
Mandy Foskett & Trevor Swift 7,781.72
Sylvia & Jack Hood 95,730.48 Denise & Stephen Neal 24,875.87 Tony & Wendy Vallerine 14,159.91 Cormie Marshall & Gwen Drysdale 9,293.83
Shorne & Judith Hodds 7,779.00
Anthony Greeves 92,890.05 Stuart & Gail Mckibbin 24,830.80 Kevin Sands 14,139.74 Tim Sandom 9,273.01
John & Denise Dawkes 7,778.77
Carole & Benny Morris 91,792.95 Alnashir & Yasmin Ratanshi 24,655.73 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 14,110.57 Christine & Con Browning 9,264.75
Chris & Nicky Evans 7,768.66
Martin & Yvonne Boyce 90,782.64 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard 24,439.66 Sarah & Ivan Darch 14,080.30 Wendy Fielding 9,257.74
Jayne Clarkson & Philippa Menzer 7,749.51
Jill Corlett 90,610.91 Seph O’connell & Sarah Watson 24,376.03 Robert Webb & Dawne Kovan 14,059.89 Joy Dwyer & Verena Clarke 9,244.78
Scott Wolstenholme & Helen Maher 7,749.50
Geoff & Fiona Webb 89,017.21 Graham & Catherine Hyde 24,344.04 Roger & Simon Mantle 13,904.40 Bernie & Barbara Klinger 9,197.27
Sammy & Kenza Linton 7,746.85
Sue & Claire Ferguson 81,572.87 Conor Treanor & Linda Jameson 24,284.45 Robert & Jennifer Clifton 13,856.65 Anthony & Susan Peacham 9,182.05
Jeanette & Roy Bonella 7,745.06
Andy & Carolyn Cooper 80,207.82 Harry Hancock 24,112.81 James & Jane White 13,712.65 Michael Godwin 9,146.51
Geoff Taylor & Alison Moore 7,741.61
Declan O’neill 79,492.46 Gerry Melanephy & Heather Brown 13,710.88 Bill & Joyce Rowe 9,117.45
Robert & Jennifer Radbourne 7,736.98
Justin & Olivera Toner 78,081.82 Maureen Mcloughlin 23,959.49 Timothy Murphy 13,655.89 Sarah Jenkins 9,117.45
Andrew O'riordan 7,732.49
Dave & Susie Horton 77,293.24 Terry & Jane Hodge 23,635.08 Martyn Cunningham 13,603.99 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 9,115.06
Negin & Michael Backhouse 7,730.50
Angela & Norman Campbell 74,295.31 Debbie Gee 23,574.25 Keith & Teresa Faulkner 13,585.18 Debra & Oliver Pusey 9,085.42
Catherine & Geoffrey White 7,724.49
Marcell & Joanne Treanor 73,657.39 Toby Acton & Donna Gold 23,431.10 Stephen & Joyce Milne 13,531.01 Patricia Fisher 8,998.40
Marion & Anthony Homer 7,718.07
Mel & Irene Wilson 72,376.37 John & Sophia Clements 23,317.28 Steven Mee & Jaqueline Mullings 13,416.99 Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton 8,917.19
Victoria & Matthew Lawrence 7,702.26
Nuala & Martin Mcdonald 72,306.25 Robert Wellock 23,066.55 Angela & James Macleod 13,381.45 Paul Smith & Angela Solomon 8,888.75
David & Diane Wraight 7,702.26
David & Rosie Bibby 72,000.46 Cindy & David Brown 23,066.55 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 13,355.02 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 8,884.48
Mark & Adele Gallacher 7,696.37
Heather & James O'neil 71,269.65 Kodwo Anderson 22,869.15 Clive & Pamela Lennard 13,285.24 John & Anita Orr 8,841.22
Mike Victoros 7,693.78
Malcolm Ashmore 70,426.54 Keith & Veronica King 22,869.15 John & Jenny Caton 13,221.79 Caroline & Mark Sellars 8,826.14
Melanie & Dominic Constable 7,692.96
Adele & Jaime De Caso 70,426.54 Sunil Popat 22,853.90 Diane & Geoff Owen 13,200.61 Anita Morris 8,816.15
Lynne & Neil Smith 7,692.05
Sue & Geoffrey Burras 69,094.65 Cheryl & David Amison 22,853.90 Lesley & Gordon Whittington 13,197.81 Terry Card 8,806.35
Sarah Trim 7,682.25
Julie Collier & Peter Richards 66,517.32 John & Janice Halsall 22,782.06 Raymond & Lorraine Satchell 13,011.69 Kevin Howe & Leah Harper 8,798.05
Lesley & Keith Ridden 7,681.16
John & Jenny Holden 66,132.55 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 22,627.53 Jen & Garry Luke 12,967.79 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 8,797.56
Ann & George Blackman 7,675.08
Lauren & Peter Jackson 65,469.40 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 22,479.45 Shirley Pere & John Barnes 12,952.65 Paul Holroyd 8,778.73
Julie & Colin Bullivant 7,672.61
Andrew & Sue Boswell 63,302.62 Steven Clements 22,011.83 John Smith 12,787.56 Trevor & Janet Rawding 8,774.32
Nick Oakley 7,669.32
Stephani & Bill Neville 61,433.70 Joseph O’donnell 21,791.83 Robert & Rosemary Annan 12,687.91 Brian & Grainne Quigley 8,762.67
Julian & Karen Pike 7,661.67
John & Wendy English 58,729.63 Robert Gould 21,576.83 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 12,632.52 Frank & Lee Johnson 8,715.30
Ian & Cheryl Cooke 7,658.97
David & Samantha Branch 57,917.07 Gerwyn Duggan 21,576.83 Norah Bohan 12,497.71 Melissa Bruyer-Egermann &
David & Deborah Lord 7,652.29
Ramon & Sylvia Laing 56,704.20 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 21,540.29 Alana Hampshire & Keith Banks 12,414.92 Frederic Bruyer 8,711.40
David & Elaine Luke 7,643.55
Susan & David Darton 56,676.70 Colin & Charlene Sadler 21,513.83 Iain & Jackie Swanston 12,363.45 Linda & Graeme Kirkwood 8,698.46
Gary & Sandra Dodd 7,641.22
Carol Simpson & Douglas Clark 55,302.68 Alexandra Tuesley 21,508.98 Phil Curtis 12,319.07 Ian & Elisabeth Aitchison 8,687.05
Linda Leadbetter 7,639.32
Rosina & Frank Pocock 53,868.55 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 21,330.72 Mark James 12,222.50 Andrew Nicoll & Danielle Young 8,681.86
Ian & Elizabeth Campbell 7,633.34
Steve & Debbie Roper 52,401.87 Brian & Gay Redstone 21,138.05 David Byatt & Janet Smith 12,199.49 Ellen & Sean Friedberg 8,680.77
Joanne & Tim Powell 7,630.50
Stanley & Roy Stewart 50,823.42 Doug & Sandra Roper 21,001.24 Bill Caddy 12,036.73 Omran Zaman 8,671.30
Tim & Freda Drinkwater 7,626.76
Lindsay Gonsalves & Danny Young 50,298.63 Alf & Carol Bell 20,973.60 Catherine & Stephen Lord 11,968.12 Christina & Rob Cann 8,656.09
Pierce & Janet Hartley 7,615.21
Gaynor Morgan 50,289.91 Paul Flintoft 20,923.23 Louise Wellock & Nathan Sylvester 11,937.79 Mark Taylor & Sharon Wood 8,645.13
George & Carol Murray 7,593.92
Peter & Myrna Wellock 50,134.71 Maria Monaghan & Shane Treanor 20,840.85 Darryl Allen 11,937.79 Patricia & Dennis Corser 8,612.83
Suzanne Yarwood & Daniel Hibbert 7,593.89
Caroline Harris & Craig Cox 49,142.41 Angela & Stephen Burchell 20,712.18 Donna & Charles Warr 11,918.01 Rhys & Susan Williams 8,612.54
Timothy & Tina Pace 7,583.30
Glenn & Caroline Royston 47,913.93 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 20,568.46 Sandra Brown 11,743.74 Emma & Chris Shafe 8,607.27
Gail & Darren Drew 7,577.36
James Curtis 47,512.68 Gareth & Gil Duffy 20,517.40 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 11,651.09 Claire Mires 8,604.38
Tony Henshall & Sarah Whittall 7,572.92
Mike & Dawn Gough 47,423.35 Kenneth Rooney & Karen Jordan 20,459.01 Mandy & Ken Clarke 11,602.48 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 8,585.76
Paul & Helen Wilson 7,571.28
Stephen & Debra Nell 46,561.80 Carole & Peter Bristow 20,258.34 Paul & John Meikle 11,437.52 Linda Wood 8,582.83
Michael & Nancy Parnis 7,563.80
Ron & Judy Speirs 46,435.78 Nicola & Jerome Neville 20,258.34 Vivienne & Richard Washington 11,437.02 Maryan & Don Nicolson 8,574.82
Lynne Flaxman 7,551.18
Deborah & Allan Dewar 45,828.27 Clare & Martin Whitelock 20,168.27 Stefan & Samantha Frienling 11,384.12 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 8,555.90
Jennifer & Paul Jacobs 7,520.91
Karen & Neil Young 45,477.56 Martina & James Mcgrath 20,119.72 Elaine & Martin Spafford 11,249.62 Robert Young & Clare Mears 8,538.18
Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 7,503.36
Andrew & Carolyn Walkinshaw 45,260.69 Abigail Colclough 20,063.88 Darren & Christina Simmons 11,175.53 Cath & John Wilkinson 8,537.76
Alan Meldrum 44,343.27 Christopher & Lynne Marshall 20,057.31 James Dale & Claire Daniels 11,144.64 Antony & Aileen Gunn 8,533.92
Gene De Donatis & Janet Tynan 42,604.11 Terry & Sid Drew 19,684.90 David & Judith Mccreath 11,064.97 Suzanne & Richard Woolven 8,519.65
Craig & Mary Hawkes 42,514.57 Andrew & Cheryl Williams 19,020.06 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 11,064.97 Elizabeth & Ian Hyams 8,492.20
Michelle Kennedy 42,470.91 Helen & Andrew Walsh 18,789.04 Sally Print & Darren Phipps 11,046.47 Lesley Taylor & John Jones 8,471.89
Eamonn & Anne Roe 42,408.73 Susan Richards & Sarah Deakin 18,649.88 Michael & Julia Tolton 10,954.90 Kira Mckibbin & Andrew Thomas 8,459.43
Jay Singh 42,399.53 Karen & Steven Glew 18,587.53 Richard & Judy Taylor 10,946.23 Jon Turner 8,413.27
Steven Curtis & Sarah Kellow 42,389.65 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 18,537.24 Susan Hook 10,863.39 Minesh Padhiar 8,411.77
Helen Brooks 41,877.28 Brian Manchester 18,404.08 Marsha Barras & Nigel Nattress 10,862.90 Lesley Brown & Mark Veidman 8,403.76
Robert Branch & Marianna Grineva 41,507.38 Elaine Fenwick 18,377.91 Linda & Ian Stanley 10,831.64 George Bratty 8,386.18
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