SNAP-ON HALVES FRANCHISE JOINING FEE

Toolmaker Snap-on has halved the start-up fee for people wishing to join its mobile sales franchise for a limited time.

Alex McNellan took advantage of the cut-price offer

The package is available across the UK, and the only condition applied to the new offering is that new recruits must be able to train and be out on the road by 30th March 2020. The same offer had been trialled in across a limited area in 2018.

“I’d been a Snap-on customer for years and had always been interested in the starting up with my own van, but it was the promotional price that encouraged me to finally decide to just go for it,” says Alex McNellan, who launched his business during the 2018 promotion. “I think it’s an incredible opportunity for people like me, who might be on the fence about investing in their own business”.  

 

 

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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