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Molly Maid stars in ITV's latest expose on how some modern Brits live
Positioned as the authority in the domestic cleaning industry, Molly Maid featured alongside a number of other companies involved in cleaning up Britain, in a prime time national television documentary on ITV1 last week, entitled 'Dirty Britain'.Narrated by Zoe Wanamaker, 'Dirty Britain' was a two-part documentary which aired on 15th and 22nd May exposing the remarkable things found behind the nation's front doors and those personalities dedicated to their jobs in helping to clean up Britain.
Often going over and above the call of duty, Molly Maid was well placed to provide some insight into the expectations from a variety of its customers. As a professional, discreet and trusted service, Molly Maid always takes great pride in maintaining the utmost care and regard for all of its valued customers.
The producers spent two days filming behind the scenes with a team from Molly Maid Wimbledon and with franchise owner, Sandra Redmond, in different homes - each providing character-led and anecdotal references on how the maids rise to the daily challenge of meeting differing customer expectations.
Commenting on the exposure, Pam Bader OBE, CEO of Molly Maid, said: "We were very proud to be approached to take part in such a high profile programme highlighting the great work some people do for which they often receive little recognition and are often taken for granted. We are proud of the service and quality that our maids provide to customers whose needs and expectations vary so widely - and that is what we are all about."
Molly Maid is one of the world's largest professional domestic cleaning services, carrying out 1.8 million home cleans every year worldwide. Initially founded in Canada in 1979, MOLLY MAID currently trades in Canada,USA, Japan, Portugal, and the UK.
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31st May 2012