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Snap-on Corporate Office

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Snap-on Corporate Office Address

Snap-on
2801 80th Street
Kenosha, WI 53143

Contact Snap-on

Phone Number: (262) 656-5200
Fax Number: (262) 656-5577
Website: http://store.snapon.com
Email: Email Snap-on

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Executives

CEO: Nicholas T. Pinchuk
CFO: Aldo J. Pagliari
COO: Jeanne M. Moreno

Snap-on History

Snap-on is manufacturer, designer, and marketer of tools and equipment that are marketed to professional tool users.

Snap-on was founded as The Snap-on Wrench Company in 1920 by Joseph Johnson and William Seidemann.

The company’s first product was a new socket wrench that had ten sockets that snapped on to five interchangeable handles.

Today Snap-on manufactures hand tools such as wrenches, sockets, ratchet wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, punches and chisels, saws and cutting tools, power tools, electric tools, and tool storage products.

The company also provides PC-based diagnostic products and “under car” shop implements for mechanics and car makers.

Snap-on sells products under the Snap-on, Blackhawk, Lindstrom, ShopKey, and Sun brand names.

Snap-on is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SNA, is a member of the S&P 500, is #694 on the Fortune 1000, has 11,300 employees, and had $3.29 billion in revenue in 2013.

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Chris Watts November 22, 2017 at 4:32 pm

Hi my name is Chris Watts I own a repair shop in Lenox,Ga and have recently leased a dirt track in Norman park,Ga and am looking for sponsors.Just thought I would give it a shot for sponsor ship for our next racing season sincerely Chris Watts p.s if u could help us out would be greatly appreciated 229-402-XXXX

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Derrick Acy October 17, 2017 at 5:55 pm

I no longer work as a mechanic but have snap on tools to replace and repairs. Most of the sliders have worn out to the point the drawer is a nightmare to close or open. Many sets are missing pieces and I want to replace them. Can I ship the slides to you? Thank you

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Theresa bulovas April 18, 2017 at 4:09 pm

You had trump at your factory today, he stood on that stage and lied to the American people. My husband has been a auto mechanic and shop owner 45 years I would say has purchased half a million dollars worth of tools and and other merchandise from snap on well guess what. I will do everything in power for him to make his purchases from Matco.

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Al September 12, 2017 at 5:08 pm

Theresa,
How about stop pushing your political bull**it onto others. There is a time and place for it and this is not one of them. If you do not like the POTUS, tough. Others do. Go find a ANTIFA rally. Also, I will see your half a million and raise it another half million.

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antonio lewis January 10, 2017 at 4:21 pm

My name is Antonio and i am the owner of Superb Grill. I do onsite catering and I would like to extened my catering service to you this summer.I specialalized in BBQ.
Antonio Lewis
847-800-9585
superbgrill.net

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BRANDY January 6, 2017 at 3:36 pm

Currently James Godwin is the Snap-On franchisee that comes to my location. Horrible experience. I work a large company and he is suppose to come to each of the departments. Wash Bay, Service Bay, Body Shop, Pain Booth.. .. .. all in different areas.

First I have given him tools that needed replaced/repaired well over a month ago. He has no information on them, cannot tell me if they have been ordered, an eta on them, nothing. He constantly tries to talk me into getting another type, different part number, that he carries on the truck.. No, it doesn’t go with my set. Not to mention, this is only when I can get him to come to my department. Rarely!!!
For the past 2 months he as only been at my department 3 times… Find out from other departments that he has been sharing my credit information with them and my payment amount, along with other personal information. Isn’t that against the law? Nor James Godwin or any other Company for that matter are allowed to share any personal information on any of his customers. Cannot get him to come to my department, cannot get an ETA on my parts that need repaired/replaced, and cannot stop sharing personal information on his customers.
I am ready and fully willing to sell everything Snap-On item I have and all my boxes. It is not worth it. Personal information being shared with others, cannot get tools in a timely manner, Tools aren’t as dependable as they use to be.
Until I started dealing with James Godwin, I never had any issues. Now it’s non-stop. Telling me I don’t current use truck credit, so he doesn’t have to come to me for payment. It belongs to corporate.. Funny been paying my bills for years with all other Snap-on trucks .
I’m done with Snap-on.. I am a very good customer and do not deserve to be treated the way I am with this company. Good luck to those who have James Godwin and their Snap-On provider.
I hope your personal information doesn’t get shared to others.

thank you

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Ronaldo linares January 6, 2017 at 2:26 pm

i need to make a complaint about a sales person that I give him some tools for repair , but he is not answering my calls please call me at 951 334 XXXX thank you.

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Tangeala bevens December 22, 2016 at 3:07 pm

I have been searching for an email address to get ahold of somebody about an invention that I have patent that would be awesome for Snap-on or anybody actually that is a mechanic diesel mechanic tractor mechanic anything like that but I can’t find an email address

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Scott Bryant August 19, 2016 at 8:06 pm

I am a long time snap-on tools customer around 22 yrs roughly, I have never had a complaint about snap-on till I came to colorado springs, I am very upset that nick thomas is the dealer that is supposed to service us, I have broken and tools missing and would like to replace them, i have called customer service for all the good that did, still havent seen the dealer, and dont really want nick thomas back period, just send us some one else, someone who wants customers, who will take care of us.
We cant buy tools if nobody shows up, does snap-on tools have so many customers that they cant take on and service a few more?
I have alot of snap-on tools and boxes and I am really tempted to get rid of all snap-on tooling and buy mac and cornwell

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Jill July 18, 2016 at 6:57 am

The way that Snap On managers in Australia treat their best customers borders on disgusting.
Franchisees are treated as employees and loaded up with stock that is not saleable and then not returnable for credit.
The do not care if the franchisee goes under ,as long as he has purchased enough stock to make the figures to keep the franchisor happy.!!!!!
Then if you do not sell product and collect enough money to show you are servicing the customers,you are again treated like S*##T and told that you are no good for the business and are asked to leave.
By the way, do not get sick or take time off or once again you are no good for the business.!!!!
I could add more ,but what is the point ,no one is going to listen or read this or reply to this .
I will leave it at that .

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Ernie June 1, 2016 at 5:02 pm

I wish I had snapon guy.. that we can count on.. ours just drives by… don’t even look this way.. my tool box need some sliders.. just don’t know what say any more…any help to get some slider for my box.

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CEO:Nicholas T. Pinchuk February 7, 2016 at 2:00 pm

CEO: Nicholas T. Pinchuk
Snap-on
2801 80th Street
Kenosha, WI 53143
Dear Sir:
I have a 1/4″Drive kit of Snap-on Tools(including: (10) 6pt. sockets, (3) 12pt. sockets, (1) swivel socket, (1) pull bar, (3) extensions, (1) ratchet, and (1) nut driver. The nut driver is the subject of this correspondence. The kit was a gift from my deceased twin brother, in the 70’s. I think he paid $74 for it at the time. Unfortunately, the handle on the nut driver crumbled when I attempted to use it, around the first of November 2015.
I have always heard that Snap-on had excellent warranty on all their products. So, I saw the Snap-on truck stopped at the NAPA Store in Milledgeville, Georgia. There were two(2) people with the truck. The regular Jobber and a substitute in training. They both looked at the nut driver and handle and told me to give them three (3) weeks. That would be December 11, 2015. I went to the NAPA Store about 10:00 AM, the appointed time, and waited (but no show). Finally, I gave a NAPA employee a note for the Snap-on employee or substitute with my name, phone number, and a reminder of the damaged tool that I wanted replaced. They never called, and the next time I went to town, the NAPA employee said the substitute told him that he did not know anything about it
My next strategy was to go to my mechanic, David Dixon (Brown’s Body Shop) on Hwy. 212, Milledgeville, Georgia (478-363-3204). He talked with them about my nut driver and they knew nothing about it. He said that if I would leave it with him, he would handle it for me. David found the truck in town on Wednesday, Januay 6, and they told him, they would get it in one month. That would make it due on February 3, 2016.
I took my car to David on Friday February 5, 2016, for an oil and filter change. I still have not had a response from Snap-on or my tool replaced.
I am sorry that the Regular Jobber’s wife is seriously ill, and understand that a substitute has much to learn; however, I do believe that from November 20th until February 5th is adequate time to have my tool replaced or at least communicate with me.
I request that you check into this matter and help me get it resolved, through whatever means are necessary. I am 74 years old and don’t regularly purchase tools any more.
I was told that this 1/4″ drive kit (metal box) would sell for $350,today. (you can imagine the value I would place on it being a gift from my deceased identical twin brother).
Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.
Sincerely,
Franklin W. Akin
Milledgeville, Georgia 31061
My cell phone is (478)-454-****

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