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CRAFTSMAN celebrates 95 years of building pride 

Mississauga, Ontario – May 17, 2022 – American tool icon CRAFTSMAN®, a Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) brand, is celebrating its 95th anniversary this month.

To help celebrate with its customers, which include homeowners, home builders, auto enthusiasts, and master mechanics, CRAFTSMAN Canada is doing a long weekend giveaway contest on their Instagram page for a chance to win a V20* Cordless Outdoor Equipment package. To enter, follow Craftsman Canada at @craftsmanca on Instagram, comment #CRAFTSMAN95 and contest entrants mention their favourite CRAFTSMAN tool. Enter from Friday May 20th to Friday May 27th.

CRAFTSMAN celebrates 95 years of building pride 

“CRAFTSMAN has a rich heritage that has been passed down proudly from generation to generation,” said Heather Kang, Global Chief Marketing Officer of Tools for Stanley Black & Decker. “For nearly a century, we have been the brand people trust to get the job done. Today’s CRAFTSMAN continues that legacy.”

Founded in the United States in 1927, CRAFTSMAN has been a leader in hand, power and outdoor tools and is known for standing behind its products with some of the most trusted and reliable warranties in the industry. In its nearly 100 years, CRAFTSMAN’s signature red tools have played a part in history, from the introduction of CRAFTSMAN electric drills in 1929 to the release of cordless electric riding mowers in 1974. Staple items such as a CRAFTSMAN hammer and screwdrivers even aided in the removal of part of the Berlin Wall. The American icon brand has evolved and expanded to incorporate new products and technologies, including lines such as the CRAFTSMAN V20* Cordless System, V-Series™ line of premium hand tools and its iconic S2000 storage units among others.

* 20V MAX* battery, maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.


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