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Visit by Mayor recognises business growth
Cleanall Services of Leyland, Lancashire, was recommended by North & Western Chamber of Commerce for a visit by the Mayor of South Ribble to recognise exceptional business growth in the area.
The visit was organised by the Chamber and was attended by the Mayor of South Ribble, Councillor Mary Green, her husband and consort Tony Green and Carl Rogers (business development manager at the Chamber).
The Mayor met all office and warehouse staff including Pauline Tyson, company secretary, who has been with Cleanall since its beginning 48 years ago.
Speaking at the visit, Ian Gilston, managing director of Cleanall, said: "We are proud to be visited by the Mayor and the Chamber as it is testament to both our substantial recent growth and our support of enterprise in and around Leyland.
"What was clear from speaking to the Mayor was her genuine interest in how we, as a business, operated and the products we provide. It was also nice to see the time the Mayor and her consort took out to chat with our staff across all departments - a gesture which I know they greatly appreciated."
The Mayor commented: "Cleanall is obviously a friendly place to work. Having met all the people it is great to experience the really good vibe. This is a shining example of a developing business and one that helps build the local economy whilst representing the region on a wider basis."
Image: Councillor Mary Green, Mayor of South Ribble, her husband and consort, Tony Green, Carl Rogers, BDM at N&W Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, Lee Bailey, director at Cleanall and Ian Gilston, Cleanall managing director.
14th April 2016