Easigrass reaches new heights
Mehran Zarrebini has many strings to his bow, he is the CEO of PFE International Inc who own Van Dyck Carpets and are licensee holders for Easigrass South Africa. As if that wasn’t enough he just climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in an epic personal challenge that took him way out of his comfort zone. Under the guidance of Mehran, Easigrass South Africa has gone from strength to strength building a nationwide network of partners that pride themselves on high quality installations and 100% customer satisfaction. This dedication to the Easigrass brand stood Mehran in good stead to be able to take on the Kilimanjaro climb. Mehran is no stranger to challenges and has previously climbed Mount Damvand in Iran at an altitude of 5600m but Kilimanjaro, being in Africa, was a climb that was close to his heart. Statistics show that only 50 percent of climbers reach the summit of Kilimanjaro and it can take anything between 5 to 9 days so the fact that Mehran completed the climb in 5 days is beyond impressive.
Showing that Easigrass is never too far from his mind, despite being 5895 metres above sea level, Mehran shared his experience with a piece of Easigrass artificial grass, which he photographed at the summit. That must be the highest piece of artificial grass in the world! Speaking to Mehran after the climb we were completely in awe of his achievement but also his philosophical attitude which has made him the success that he is today.
“It’s good from a personal perspective but also from a business one. We are often so focused on the nitty gritty we forget the bigger picture. Getting to the top is only half the journey, it soon dawns on you that you have to get back down the mountain”
Congratulations Mehran. We are very proud of you here at Easigrass. Everest next!?