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Faith Fitzgerald acquires new Tidy Green Clean franchise for Highlands and Moray

By Calum MacLeod

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Faith Fitzgerald, regional director for Tidy Green Clean Highlands and Moray.
Faith Fitzgerald, regional director for Tidy Green Clean Highlands and Moray.

Environmentally friendly commercial cleaning company Tidy Green Clean (TGC) has appointed a new franchisee to keep its Highland and Moray clients spick and span.

Faith Fitzgerald has a background in both commercial cleaning and business education.

Based in Elgin, she has lived in the region for many years and is already building her team and her business with the support and backing of TGC.

“Tidy Green Clean is a business that puts people and its core values about the high standards, technology, and the environment at its heart,"she said.

"I am looking forward to working with businesses across the region to show just what that means. It’s clear from the success of my fellow TGC regional directors that our customers benefit from high quality service, the latest tech used for cleaning and monitoring our progress, and hygienically clean working environments. I am excited to be a part of this growing business.”

Andrew Alleway, TGC’s co-founder and managing-director stated: “We are delighted to welcome Faith as our new regional director for Highlands and Moray; she’s an outstanding individual who brings both commercial cleaning experience and a strong background in business with her. There’s no doubt that what Tidy Green Clean offers, to both potential franchisees, employees and customers, is highly attractive and very successful. This is why, even in the challenges presented this year, we have been able to recruit Faith as a new regional director franchisee. We wish her every success and all our support for the bright future ahead of her.”

With its base in the Aberdeen area, Tidy Green Clean has now grown to seven different franchises across Scotland.

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