Wisconsin

Snap-on Museum Experience

Merit Award 2015

With its 100-year anniversary approaching, iconic toolmaker Snap-on wanted to celebrate its success with the people who made it possible: its employees and its loyal and passionate customer base. And of course to stay on-brand, Snap-on needed the right tool for the job.

Snap-on worked with Kahler Slater (Milwaukee) to create the Snap-on Museum, a new experience in the company’s Kenosha, Wisc., headquarters. The 4,350-square-foot space doubles as a corporate museum and special-event dining room.

Kahler Slater

Charles Amundsen

Chuck Amundsen has been involved in the custom and architectural signage industry for over 35 years, with notable experience in design, engineering, estimating, sales, and management. Chuck has completed metallurgical studies certification and extensive business management training.

Charles Amundsen, Poblocki Signs
Poblocki Sign Company
West Allis, WI

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