Where is Albertsons Corporate office Headquarters

Albertsons Headquarters Address and Contact

Albertsons
  • Address:  250 Parkcenter Boulevard, Boise, ID 83706, United States
  • Phone Number: 208-395-6200
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: [email protected]
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    Number of Employees: 2,81,000 
  • Established: 1939
  • Founder: Joe Albertson
  • Key People: Robert G. Miller (CEO & Chairman)

Albertsons Headquarters Location & Directions

Albertsons Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Bob Gordon

(EVP & General Counsel)

Mr. Robert B. Dimond

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President

Mr. Wayne A. Denningham

Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Jim Perkins

Executive VP of Retail Operations, Special Projects, ACME President & Eastern President

Ms. Lori Raya

President of Southwest

About Albertsons, History and Headquarters Information

History

Albertsons was founded in the year 1939. The company has been operational for almost 79 years now. The founder of the company is Joe Albertson. After WWII, the company started to grow in a steady fashion - and in the year 1959, the company became a public limited company. The company established its 100th store in the year 1964, in Seattle, USA. By the 1980s, already that number of stores increased to 283. In the year 1999, the company had acquired the American Stores Company in various cities and states of the USA. Then again in 2001, 165 stores were closed down due to no sales performance in them. Later in the year 2006, the company was made private again and was taken over by SuperValu. But, finally, in 2013, the retail stores were again acquired from SuperValu, by another company Cerberus Capital Management.

Headquarters Info

The headquarters of the company is established in 250 E Parkcenter Boulevard. The city name is Boise City, while the state is Idaho. The pin code of the area is 83706.

About

Albertsons is an American retail store that allows customers to shop for their favourite and needful groceries. The current chairman of the company is Robert Miller, while the CEO and president are Jim Donald. The company has a chain of over 2,200 stores all over America and is currently placed at 53rd place on the Top 500 Companies list made by Forbes. The current number of employees working at the company is more than 280,000, as of the year 2017. Also, the revenue for the financial year 2017, is more than $59 billion.

Services

Albertsons provide the platform for customers to shop for groceries from their retail stores, by providing one of the best shopping experiences that will definitely please a returning customer. It has stock to all of your home daily needs, be it medicines or a food item.

Albertsons ​Corporate Office Photos

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  • Ed Terrazas says:

    I was in your Hailey store today to pick-up a couple of items. When my server, a young, pretty latina girl was finished serving me I politely informed her, I that I found her Black Lives Matter face mask, deeply offensive and completely inappropriate. Perhaps she represents Albertsons’ values, perhaps not. I informed the floor manager, who was truly surprised and promise to deal with it immediately. I hope that meant the removal of a masks, representing a Racist Marxist group, dividing our country through lies and deceit while forcing their evil ideology on America. I see it again, and it will be the last time I visit your stores, which would be unfortunate, since I really like what you do. Fix this and fix it now, or bye, bye. Respectfully, A Proud American.

     
    • Jackie says:

      You are a unAmerican racist. Shame on you. Have your groceries delivered. I certainly would’ve want to see you on any street or store.

       
  • Rae Goodrich says:

    Tom Holloway at the Eagle location and his team have put together an awesome program to fight
    the covid 19 virus. Everyone who works in that store should get a gold star, through all this they have
    remained kind and helpful. I appreciate them all.

     
  • Tessi says:

    Albertson’s at 743 Henrietta Creek Roanoke, TX has put in place a “COVID” screening tent, however, the screener’s are staffed by temp agencies. None of the “temps” are required to have any kind of medical background, ie. they are amazon workers, grocery clerks, college students (unrelated fields), sanitation workers, and basically anyone who needs a job. The issue with this is that they do not understand the importance of screening properly. A manager recently passed, and other workers have been diagnosed with COVID. Yet the “temps” continue to allow employees to slide by without properly screening for any symptoms. So why even have screening tents, screening criteria, and temporary “fake” solutions if no one is going to abide by the measures put in place????!!! Albertson’s at this location is just trying to cover the fact that they now have several undisclosed COVID in their buildings. No one there is medical related and any convict off the streets can go work there. Same on you!!! This is exactly how this virus is spreading! Ignorant people paying non-medical staff to screen improperly. Soon this site to will close down. Kudos!

     
  • Marie Woodson says:

    Your workers are not wearing masks or gloves in the NE 181st & Glisan, Portland OR stores, possibly other Portland area Albertson’s. Why? Get on this NOW!

     
  • Dennis says:

    Between my wife, Martha Mcfarland, and I, we have spent 10s of thousands of dollars at albertsons. I will never shop there again. I am 74 with a heart condition and can never find a place to park at the Carlsbad, NM store. For me, I will drive to Artesia before I ever patronize you folks again. Thanks for taking such good care of your older customers.

     
  • patricia says:

    Albertsons did have a card so people could charge food..the Albertsons card..do you still have that and how can I get one.

     
  • Sheila Anthony says:

    I am writing this into the comments section because I seem to have NO other outlet. On February first I injured my Index finger on my right hand (I am right handed) on a grocery cart trying to unhook one from the others. I went to customer service to make a complaint about this and the woman behind the counter called the manager of the store so I could tell him what happened. I showed him my finger and he apologized to me for this accident, telling me the boy who was supposed to do the carts did not show up for work and he had to hire someone new. At that time he went and spoke to the new hire. The girl at the counter said if my finger did not get better to come back and fill out an accident report, which I did on February fifth. An Asst Mgr filled it out (did not give me a copy) and said someone would call me. I had been to quick care to have my finger looked at and x-rayed given medication and a split was put on my finger, since then I have been back to the Dr. because of the pain and swelling, gone to an orthopedic Dr. and sent for therapy to try to get my range of motion back. I am working on this. The woman who handles accident reports called me asked a few questions and said she would get back to me within 30 to 45 days. I called her last week because I remembered what the Manager of Nashua NH (Royal Ridge) said to me when I spoke to him. Her comment before this conversation was do you want $100? I am without the use of my finger at this time and have not heard from her since. Doesn’t anyone there care. I have ALL the paperwork about my treatments, etc. If anyone would like to see them, evidently the claims woman doesn’t.

     
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