Where is Arby's Corporate office Headquarters

Arby's Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1090 Hammond Dr, Atlanta, GA 30328, USA
  • Phone Number: 678-514-4100
  • Fax Number: 678-514-5346
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 75,000
  • Established: 1964
  • Founder: Leroy Raffel, Forrest Raffel
  • Key People: Paul J. Brown (Chief Executive Officer)

Arby's Headquarters Location & Directions

Arby's Headquarters Executive Team



Paul J. Brown

Chief Executive Officer

John Bowie

Chief Operating Officer

David Pipes

Chief Financial Officer

About Arby's, History and Headquarters Information


Arby's was founded in the year 1964. The company has been operational for 54 years now. The founders of the company were Leroy Raffel and Forrest Raffel. The aim of the company was to provide various fast food options, other than hamburgers, like chips, sandwiches, roasted beef, soda, etcetera.

The first franchisee store of the company was opened in the year 1965, in the state of Ohio, USA. By the year 1968, two new restaurants again opened in Pittsburg and Detroit as well. Around the 1970s, the company started expanding very fast and also started adding more food recipes to its restaurant menu as well. That’s why by the year 1981, there were already 100 stores. In the year 1991, the company was the first to offer a lite menu service, which consisted of salads and sandwiches under 300 calories. But in the year 1997, the company was sold off. After the sale of the company, the company acquired various other franchises as well, like RTM. The company also opened two of their stores in Kuwait and was expected to take over Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.4 billion.

Headquarters Info

The headquarters of the company is based in 1155 Perimeter Center West 12th floor. The name of the city is Atlanta, while the name of the state is Georgia, USA. The pin code of the area is 30338.


Arby's is an American retail restaurant chain that focuses on the production of various kinds of fast food products and recipes for its customers. The company has more than 3,400 restaurants under its name. The current CEO of the company is Paul Brown. As of the year 2007, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $1.2 billion. Also, as of the year 2013, the total number of employees currently working at the company is 74,000.


The primary services of the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of fast food recipes, like sandwiches, roasted meat, hamburgers, chips, etcetera. The company also sells low-calorie foods as well, such as salads too.

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  • Holly Hoagland says:

    I went thru your drive thru in Hazelwood MO. 63042. I ordered your Rubin. Had 1 slice of corned beef. Worst sandwich I have ever had. Reminded me of Subway which the picture on TV IS NEVER what you get. I don’t go there. I hope this is only a local issue with your Rubin. Holly Hoagland

  • Steve Lowe says:

    Hello I’m not complaining I’m wanting to comment about a very hard work that you have working at the Arbys here in Bartlesville Oklahoma his name is Jeffrey he is one great guy he always has a smile on his face he is very polite he really bust his ass working for you all in sure all Arby’s workers busy their ass but he goes above and beyond I went to Arby’s yesterday and he didn’t look like he was feeling well but he was still their busting his ass please don’t ignore this please st him know he is appreciated give the man a raise or something he deserves it Arby’s needs more good people like Jeffery and he works nights till close thanks for listening Steve.

  • Disgruntled Guest says:

    I have experienced the same problem numerous times at Arby’s in Southfield, Michigan. They make their sandwiches ahead of time and leave them out on the counter to be served. Not only that but that location is always dirty. I’ve called corporate every time and there has never been any corrective action! Next time I will report it to the health department but this time I called to try to reach Arby’s CEO. I was told he doesn’t accept phone calls. I understand that a lot of people try to contact him but it seems very odd to me that he doesn’t take calls. I’m sure he uses a phone! The person asked me if I tried reaching out to his administrator. I answered no and politely asked for their number or to be transferred. The person apologized and said they couldn’t give out that information. What kind of business operates like this!?

  • Linda Smith says:

    I would like to request that you consider opening an Arby’s in Yuba City, CA. The nearest location is 50 miles in either direction. I love Arby’s but in CA the gas prices do not make feasible to travel 100 miles round trip for a sandwich. Our town is growing fast and you would be welcomed here with open arms.
    Thank You

  • Toni Chapman says:

    I would like to suggest to your chief operating officer that there is a property available at 137th Street
    and Walsingham Road in Largo, FLorida, 33774 that was formerly a fast food restaurant (Burger King).
    Arby’s would be a welcome change for this area because of its varied menu. There is no Arby’s
    within a mile or two from this location.

  • Raymond J Heck says:

    Is Arbys corporate really closing = Buffalo Wild Wings NTN contacts ???
    That is a lot of people who might be moving to another location
    Thanks for listening , Raymond

  • Tom Wedin says:

    I live in French valley, Murrieta, I have a suggestion that will make you bundles of money. On the Corner of Winchester Rd and Benton Rd, you should look at the property there to build a restraunt there. There is a Stater Bros shopping center, Popeyes, (new) Denny’s (new) Farmer Boys, and all three are so packed takes forever to get food.. This is a gold mine area, there is nothing for miles each way on Winchester Rd. Hope you can send someone to check out this area, many many new homes built in the area..Regards and please check it out you won’t be sorry………

  • Pam Veldheer says:

    After watching movies on a streaming channel recently at LEAST every five minutes the same Arby’s commercial played 5 times in a row. It was a very obnoxious commercial. We probably heard the commercial 100 times that night. I swore I wouldn’t go there because of it. Well, I’m a AFC provider and when asking the men I serve where they would like to go they chose Arby’s. So we went because it’s about them not me.Obviously I knew there was a $5 meal deal because I had just heard it 100 times! Well we get there and they were told by corporate not to sell it!!! That is plainly false advertising! I ended up spending more out of my pocket. Not a happy customer!!!

    • Tom B says:

      I agree with Pam. I used to be a customer but refuse to go because I am sick and tired of all the advertising !!! Over and over and over and over…..The food is OK but the way they advertise you would think it’s a five star restaurant..It’s just fast food…Without the cost of stupid, repetitive commercials they could probably cut the cost of their food in half. They not only waste money on advertising, they are losing customers because of it!!! Change your ways or soon you’ll have to close the doors.

  • Jeff says:

    Some of your sandwiches are very good but some aren’t. A Rubin should grilled so the bread is toasted and the cheese melted, not microwaved.When you microwave bread or toast it makes it tuff. Hero’s should also be grilled. The meat and the bread has to be grilled to be cooked correctly. Not heated in a toaster oven or microwaved. Get a grill and start making a great sandwich.

  • michele says:

    At 630 PM may 1, 2019 I went to the helena Montana Arbys store location to order dinner for my family, I went IN store to order “to go/carry out”. What a disappointment. The place was filthy, out of various food supplies, the young lady working the drive through was nasty to both customers AND other staff, her hygiene was gross. Apparently 2 staff/team members had walked out/quit, another member of the “team” had gone to calm down and have a beer. The ONLY saving grace was the FIFTEEN YEAR OLD YOUNG MAN working the counter! A baby TRYING his damnedest to hold the restaurant together! And that young man was already working past his shift end and doing a better job than most adults!!! Shame on you Arbys! Where the hell is your manager?? District Manager? With the millions you take in you cant train? pay a decent wage? obviously the franchise doesn’t give a rat’s ass about it’s employees so it stands to reason it doesn’t care about it’s customers! I did NOT give the place my business tonight nor will I EVER!
    I applaud the young man at the front counter, admire his efforts, friendliness and respect shown to ANGRY patrons and loved his smile. Arbys Franchise… You dont deserve him!!!

  • ALLY says:

    Arbyy’s fish sandwich is being ruined by serving it with Mayo instead of tartar. Oregon has a company beaver brand that makes the best tartar in the USA. Why not try it and relaunch the fish sandwich in Oregon.

  • Richard Chapman says:

    My wife and I went to the Arby’s in Sierra Vista, AZ yesterday. We had an Arby’s gift card and after we ordered we were told the machine was down to take gift cards. They told us sorry, can’t help you. So we were basically turned away. What good are gift cards if you can’t use them? They were asked when will it be fixed? They casually said: Don’t know.

  • John Love says:

    I had the worst service of all time tonight. I asked if the sliders were what the Arbys Jr. used to be. he said yes. So I ordered 20 plus other things. when they set them on the counter, I said I don’t want cheese on them. That’s when the head manger blew up at me. He said I needed to learn how to order sandwichs. Now he’s has to waste food because I’m so dum that I don’t know that the sandwichs come with cheese!! I said to him as I pointed to the meau, it doesn’t say anything about cheese. He said “you ought to know that it comes with cheese”. “You need to learn how to order a sandwich.” Then he said, as he was slinging things around, “I don’t go to your job and criticize you!!!” And he was very loud. I have never been so humiliated and yelled at like I was tonight. I’ll never go back to that Arbys as long as he is manager, and I might not go any Arbys again. I have a heart condition and I had to sit in my truck for a little while to get my heart rate down some. He was very rude. This Arbys is at 129 Luyben Hills Rd Kingston Springs, TN 37082

    • Jewel Casey says:

      I can empathize with you, John, though I’ve never (and never would) eat at an Arby’s. I would suggest, however, that someone with a heart condition should not eat at any fast food restaurant, including Arby’s. You would be well advised to eat a better diet, best done at home where you know what is in your food and how it was prepared. Be and eat well.

  • Nonya Biz says:

    watch out for Arby’s pricing-they charge a higher price than what is shown on their marquee. That would be fraud – right??

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