What is the Snap on franchise?

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The Snap-on franchise is a leading manufacturer of a range of high quality hand and power tools, industrial tools, tools, associated storage products, tool boxes, automotive diagnostics, and shop equipment.

The franchise company also sells directly to mechanics in their work place, and offers them with financing options to help grow their businesses.

In 1920, the franchise company ‘snapped on’ to a world first, and were the original developers of the interchangeable socket. Since then, the company has become a global leader in manufacturing and providing tools for skilled motor vehicle workers.

Where are the Snap-on Franchises?

The 5500 plus Snap-on franchises are located in the U.S, Canada, New Zealand and Australia and run their franchise business from specially designed and constructed mobile stores.

What does Snap-on offer its Franchisees?

Snap-on franchisees are afforded their very own exclusive territory – which has been company assessed and approved for potential clients – within which to operate there franchise business.

Unlike more traditional, stand alone businesses, Snap-on franchisees actively visit their clientele so are never left waiting fro customers to visit them. In this way, intimate business relationships can be established. And while clients are given one-to-one professional and friendly service, this helps each Snap-on franchisee can grow their business from a solid customer base.

More over, the mobile nature of the business means no lease overheads that would come from a fixed location.

What is the cost of franchising with Snap-on?

Snap-on franchisees enjoy the benefits of being associated with a franchise which isn’t built on the usual franchise fees. The franchisor is in the same business as its franchisees – providing the automotive mechanics industry with tools and equipment.

What does Snap-on require from its Franchisees?

Snap-on automotive franchisees do not need prior experience in the field of mechanics because each franchisee takes part in an extensive training program, which includes one week in the USA at Snap-on’s Training Centre in Dallas.

The most important attributes for a Snap-on franchisee are the drive to succeed, customer skills and a solid work ethic.

In 1988, Snap-on was brought to New Zealand and Australia, and the franchise’s Head Office currently maintains over 155 franchisees.

Franchise opportunities are presently available nationally and enquires are welcomed. Franchisees can take the exceptional opportunity to become their own boss and to build their business on an established brand.

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