How to Locate a Snap-on Tool Salesman
Snap-on makes high quality tools and tool storage for professional mechanics. Snap-on tools are sold through local franchises and the franchisees usually make regular sales stops at automotive repair shops and other places where mechanics are employed.
If a Snap-on salesperson doesn't visit your workplace, and they aren't listed in the phone book, you can contact them through Snap-on's website.
In your web browser, go to the Snap-on website (snapon.com).
Click on the link at the top of the page that says, "Find a Franchisee", or type this web address into your browser: http://buy1.snapon.com/customerselfservice/Default.aspx .
Select your type of request from the menu, and press GO.
Fill out the franchisee locator form, and click GO. Your local Snap-on franchisee will contact you.
- Snap-on makes high quality tools and tool storage for professional mechanics.
- If a Snap-on salesperson doesn't visit your workplace, and they aren't listed in the phone book, you can contact them through Snap-on's website.
- Your local Snap-on dealer may be listed in the phone book. Look in the yellow pages under "tools", or in the business white pages under "Snap-on."
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