Snap One Adds 6 New Partner Stores

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Snap One announced that it has opened six new Partner Store locations in Secaucus, New Jersey; Lenexa, Kansas; Boise, Idaho; Fort Myers, Florida; and Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio; with an additional grand opening to come in Raleigh, North Carolina.

In addition to offering product support to regions plagued by delivery complications and product procurement issues, Snap One is using its local footprint to bring in-person training to regions across North America. This year alone, Snap One will host over 400 events across 40+ locations — one hundred more training sessions than last year.

“Snap One offers multi-level training programs that tackle everything from custom integration basics to product-specific design and installation,” said Bill Zidek, Snap One Vice President, Snap One Partner Stores. “Our events feature a special emphasis on both manufactured and 3P Snap One products including Access Networks®, Araknis, Luma Surveillance, Control4, Lutron, AVPro Edge, Digital Watchdog and beyond. Our goal is to meet Partners where they are – bringing top-line education to them — and we’re able to do so with our expanding local footprint.”

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In addition to its improved educational support, Snap One’s local expansion has transformed the procurement process for Partners by making products available at a moment’s notice. With inventory access being a major challenge over the last few years, Snap One’s Local Partner Stores have “helped ensure that the company remains a reliable supplier of the industry’s favorite brands.”

In addition to the seven openings slated this year, Snap One has also moved and expanded existing locations in Eden Prairie, Minnesota; Portland, Oregon; and San Jose, California to better serve partners. In 2023 and beyond, Snap One will continue to identify new markets ideal for Partner Store locations.

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“Our continued investment in our local footprint emphasizes our commitment to supporting Partner business, whether that’s through training and installation and advice, or streamlined product availability,” Zidek concluded. “And we’re not done. We look forward to expanding to more regions in 2024, and adding more brands to our robust product portfolio.”

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