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Marc Shinault, the mobile company store manager for Snap-on Tools, draws the name of the winner of a tool storage unit valued at $5,600 as a prize for customers who donated a new, unwrapped toy to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. This is the second year that Snap-On has contributed to the organization. Toys will be distributed to the Salvation Army, the Children's Burn Center at Doctors Hospital and other local organizations.   EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
Marc Shinault, the mobile company store manager for Snap-on Tools, draws the name of the winner of a tool storage unit valued at $5,600 as a prize for customers who donated a new, unwrapped toy to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. This is the second year that Snap-On has contributed to the organization. Toys will be distributed to the Salvation Army, the Children's Burn Center at Doctors Hospital and other local organizations.

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