The exhibit features classic 1960s and earlier automobiles alongside Snap-on tools, equipment and tool storage from throughout the company’s 90 year history. Other displays will tell the Snap-on story through rare signage, advertising and product evolution kiosks. A highlight of the exhibit is a fully restored 1950s Snap-on dealer van. “Snap-on is pleased to support the Kenosha History Center and share its 90 year history and vintage tools as part of this special exhibit,” said Jack Michaels, retired chairman, president and CEO of Snap-on. “Snap-on and the automobile have been an important part of Kenosha’s history for decades, and we are proud to help bring them together in this unique exhibit.”
The display opened to the public beginning Dec. 16 and will remain open through Sept. 25, 2011. The History Center is located at 220 51st Place.
“The Labor Department is committed to helping all workers who have lost jobs through no fault of their own — including those in the nation’s auto communities,” said Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis. “Helping these workers in Wisconsin get back on a career path is good for working families, local communities and the economy as a whole. It makes sense and it’s the right thing to do.”
“One Michelin star means a very good restaurant in its category, a place offering cuisine prepared to a consistently high standard,” the site’s website says.
Mantuano also owns Mangia in Kenosha.
First Banking Center, Burlington, — which also has a branch in Kenosha — was closed today by the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, which appointed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as receiver. To protect the depositors, the FDIC entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with First Michigan Bank, Troy, Michigan, to assume all of the deposits of First Banking Center.
All deposit accounts, excluding certain brokered deposits, have been transferred to First Michigan Bank, Troy, Mich. For more information on First Michigan Bank, visit www.firstmichiganbank.com.