Forget the fireworks and grilling out. What you should really be doing Fourth of July weekend is watching how Snap-on sockets are made when Discovery’s Science Channel airs a special “How it’s Made” episode featuring Snap-on sockets on Friday, July 3 at 9:00 p.m. EST.
“We are honored to have Snap-on tools featured on this informative and entertaining program,” said Alicia Smales, vice president of marketing for Snap-on Tools. “‘How it’s Made’ does a tremendous job of showing and explaining the manufacturing process. We are very excited for the world to see how the best sockets are made.”
Currently airing on the Discovery’s Science Channel, “How it’s Made” is a documentary program showing how everyday items are manufactured. Six Snap-on tools were chosen in all to be used in “How it’s Made” including a pneumatic impact wrench, ratchet, combination wrench, socket/extension set, screwdriver set and a rolling red toolbox. The show airs in over 180 countries and reaches over 100 million viewers. Check local listings for air dates in your area on both the Discovery Channel and Science Channel.
For additional information on Snap-on, visit www.snapon.com.