Where is Bealls Corporate office Headquarters

Bealls Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 700 13th Ave E
    Bradenton, FL 34208
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 941-747-2355
  • Fax Number: 941-708-4321
  • Email: help@beallsflorida.com
  • Number of Employees: 2256
  • Established: 1915
  • Founder: Robert M. Beall Sr.
  • Key People: Stephen M. Knopik

Bealls Headquarters Location & Directions

Bealls Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Stephen M. Knopik

Chief Executive Officer

Daniel Love

President

Michael Maddaloni

Vice President of Tax and Treasury

Richard C. Judd

Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President

Dan Doyle

Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Vice President

Joe Iannello

Chief Information Officer and Vice President

Kirk Vanzee

Senior Vice President of Store Operations and Real Estate for Bealls Department Stores

About Bealls, History and Headquarters Information

Bealls is a chain of retail stores. It consists of 3 chains namely Bealls Outlet stores, Bealls stores and Bunulu Bealls Inc. Bealls is the parent corporation of all the 3. Bealls Texas and Bealls Florida are the subsidiaries of Bealls.

The common headquarters of all the subsidiaries is located in Bradenton, Florida. There are more than 500 Bealls stores spread across the US subcontinent.

It was founded by Robert Beall in 1915. He began a small store to sell dry goods in Bradenton with the name The Dollar limit. Every product sold was with in a dollar justifying its name. The business boomed after second world war. The Bealls Outlet was founded in 1967. There are more than 400 Bealls outlets in the US. It gained its popularity with its discounted prices.

Bunulu was launched in 2015. It is completely devoted to casual outdoor lifestyles. There are 3 stores operating under this subsidiary.

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  • Kathy Hall says:

    I live in the Vernon TX and I was shopping at Beall’s in Vernon Tx……and I held up an item, and ask for a price for it….the “ asst manager yelled at me…l ma’am you shop here all the time, you know what is marked down, and what’s not! You are rude and hateful to “my” employees.” This was done in front of 3 ppl in line waiting to be checked out, and my friend, who was in the far back corner, and she heard her yelling, and I was humiliated, and embarrassed…. I’m not just another shopper, I have reached the platinum status, and spent several thousand dollars, in the last few years!! I’ve owned my own business, and have worked in retail, since I was 18….. the customers were always right, no matter what, you do not yell at the CUSTOMER!!!! I checked my items out, and my friend, paid for her merchandise, and we left….. one of the customers, that was shopping At the time, came up to me outside, telling me, that she heard every word…. the whole store her attacking you”. Her Name is, “TRIA JANAID” if this is how your employees talk to your customers, I will pay my card off….. and take my business elsewhere…… she may of had a bad day, still she has no right to speak to me, in that manner…. you lost 4 customers yesterday….. and I told all of my friends, that I shop with, and there comment, “ I won’t shop in that store anymore….. I do hope you read this and contact me back….. you have my name, and my email…..

     
  • Tammy Heitz says:

    I would like to know why the Plus sized clothing and Maternity clothing are under the Plus sized tab on your website? I am offended that the two are together.

     
  • steve taylor says:

    I can’t get through on the phone. I recently purchased a Bealls Outlet $200 gift card. I have subsequently been informed the gift card cannot be used at a Bealls store…only at a Bealls Outlet store. Is that possible?

     
  • Jeanette Brew says:

    Unable to apply for job, locked out after too many attempts.

     
  • Dava Lange says:

    I live in Paris, Tx. We have a Bealls store here that is essential to this area but the manager here will not staff the store with even remotely enough employees. I have been there at 10:00 am regularly when there was only one register open and maybe 2 other employees on the floor. It is very frustrating to those who shop there on a regular basis. I have been going 50 miles away to shop just to avoid the inconvenience and frustration of this managers inconsiderate attitude for the customers that keep this store in operation. I think he needs a bit of guidance from corporate.

     
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