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The Snap Source, Inc.
PO Box 4965
Troy, MI 48099

1-800-725-4600 (North America and Canada)
1-248-280-1411 (Local and International)

About You


The Snap Source® has a diverse customer base from consumers to small manufacturers to distributors of our packaged product. We have three portals to help make purchasing snaps and tools in any volume an easy experience.


This portal can be accessed by anyone interested in knowing more about our snaps and tool products. The minimal snap quantities are available. Our SnapSetter® tools are great for individual use or prototyping projects for production.


This business purchasing portal can be accessed for customers that want to purchase our snaps in bulk. We work with WAH, SMB, designers and production
businesses. The purchase of
snaps are in bulk quantities
starting at 100+ snap units per
item. We stock large volumes
of snaps to supply a production
of any size. This portal is
accessed using a login and


This portal is for independent sewing, quilting and craft businesses that would like to purchase our packaged product for store display and sale. This portal is accessed using a login and password; all accounts must go through a pre-authorization process.


The Snap Source® Customer Definitions:

Consumer: a person who purchases goods and services for personal use

WAH: a Work-At-Home business making products to sell in which people work in their homes and use their own equipment. Sometimes referred to as the "cottage industry"

SMB: a privately owned and operated business. SMB is an abbreviation for small and medium-sized business, sometimes referred to as small and midsized business. A business with 100 or fewer employees is generally considered small in size, while one with 100-999 employees is considered to be medium in size.

Designer: someone who designs clothing

Manufacturer: the making of goods by hand or machine in volume for resale

Reseller: a company or individual (merchant) that purchases goods with the intention of selling them rather than consuming or using them in production