Where is Bath And Body Works Corporate office Headquarters

Bath And Body Works Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 7 Limited Parkway East
    Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 800-531-4504
  • Fax Number: 614-856-6013
  • Email: customercare@bathandbodyworks.com
  • Number of Employees: 11863
  • Established: August 3, 1990
  • Founder: Les Wexner
  • Key People: Nicholas P.M. Coe

Bath And Body Works Headquarters Location & Directions

Bath And Body Works Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Nicholas P.M. Coe

Chief Executive Officer and President

Andrew Meslow

Chief Operating Officer

Leslie H. Wexner

Chairman of Limited Brands and Chief Executive Officer of Limited Brands

Camille McDonald

President of Brand Development

About Bath And Body Works, History and Headquarters Information

Bath and Body works is a retailer selling body care, hand soaps, fragrance products. It is operated under L Brands and Victoria’s Secret. The headquarters of the company is located in Columbus. The annual revenue of the company is estimated to be 2. 285 billion US Dollars.

It was founded in 1990. The first store of the company was opened in Cambridge. The second most popular of brand name of the company Bath and body works at home was launched in 1997. The company began to boom in 2000s through its television ads. In 2008 it extended its market to Canada. There were 8 stores in Canada by 2010.

Apart from body care products it also sells fragrance candles, home fragrances, etc. Today the collections of the company are world famous. Some of the most popular collections are Signature collection, Coco shea, retired fragrance, travel – sized body care, etc. The Aromatherapy collection of the company includes body creams, body lotions, massage mists, etc.

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  • Debra Dillard says:

    I am desperately searching for “Fresh Sparkling Snow” candles,, wall flowers,, travel size lotion and hand sanitizers… This is the one fragrance I just have to have in my collection… My daughter (top seller @ St. Louis Galleria) informed me that she’s not sure if this fragrance will come out this year.. I’m devastated… Please ship “Fresh Sparkling Snow products to the St Louis Galleria so I can purchase all the products I want.. Thank you, Mr. Les Wexnes ,Mr. Nicholas Coe, Ms. Camille McDonald…

     
  • Lacey Townley says:

    I would like coupons sent to my mailing address instead of my email how do I go about changing that??

     
  • Sue W says:

    06/14/2019 received my large order from Bath and Body works today and very disappointed. the box was opened and also torn with a gray flare missing and one of my wallflowers missing also. The Fed EX deliver person just drop it on the deck and left. This is the second time I have received an order from Bath and Body Works with the package torn and several of my bottles broken

     
  • Donna says:

    I would like to comment on the awful customer service I received at your store in Macedonia, Ohio. When I walked into the store on two occasions this past December, I was greeted with a smile and asked if I needed any help. These people are always great.

    However, the people at the checkouts leave a lot to be desired. On 12/14/18
    I was checked out by Cashier No. 3030014. There was no smile, no “did you find everything ok”, no nothing. She just took my basket and started ringing me up. When she finished and I paid, again, no smile, no thank you for shopping here, no happy holidays, no nothing.

    I was in the store again on 12/28/18 to take advantage of your big sale. This time I was checked out by Cashier No.1908495. Again, nothing from her. When I asked if she could put my items in two bags instead of one, she never even acknowledged that I said anything, but she did do it. When she was done and I paid, again, nothing!

    What is the problem with these cashiers? Do they not like their jobs? If not, they shouldn’t be working there. What happened to good old customer service? What happened to just being a pleasant person? I worked in customer service most of my life and never treated anyone like that. If I would have, I would have lost my job.

    Maybe these clerks need to be reminded how to treat people.

     
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