Where is Bed Bath And Beyond Corporate office Headquarters

Bed Bath And Beyond Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 650 Liberty Ave, Union, NJ 07083, USA
  • Phone Number: 908-688-0888
  • Fax Number: 908688-6483
  • Email: customer.service@bedbath.com
  • Number of Employees: 75,000
  • Established: 1971
  • Founder: Warren Eisenberg & Leonard Feinstein
  • Key People: Steven H. Temares (CEO)

Bed Bath And Beyond Headquarters Location & Directions

Bed Bath And Beyond Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Steven H. Temares

CEO

Susan E. Lattmann

CFO

Eugene A. Castagna

COO

About Bed Bath And Beyond, History and Headquarters Information

History

Bed Bath And Beyond was founded in the year 1971. The company has been operational for almost 48 years now. The founders of the company were Leonard Feinstein and Warren Eisenberg. The former name of the company was Bed'n Bath. In the year 1985, the founders of the company were already operating 17 stores in New York and California, USA. The same year, the first superstore was also opened by the company as well, in order to remain competitive with Luxury Linens, Linens's Things and Pacific Linen. The name of the company was changed to Bed Bath & Beyond in the year 1987. In the year 1993, the company had adopted computer-based inventory management, so that it can compete with Linens'n Things, which had already implemented computer-based inventory management in the 1980s.

In the year 1992, the company was transformed into a limited public entity. During the year 1999, the company had reached its $1 billion sales milestone. By the year 2000, the company already had almost 311 stores under its name, in nearly 43 states in the USA. In the year 2007, the company had acquired Buy Buy Baby, which was followed by the taking over of Cost Plus World Market in the year 2012. Then in the year 2019, the company had reduced its number of directors to ten from the previous twelve. As of the year 2019, it was reported that the company would be closing down almost 40 of its stores. The same year, the CEO of the company, known as Steven Temares, had stepped down. The company had relied upon various promotional discounting tactics as well as coupon mailers, in order to increase its sales. Therefore, in order to increase its profits as well as beat the downturn, the company will tighten its coupon and discounting procedures. The company also started to focus more on food, drink, home decor, beauty and health products. The headquarters of the company is based on 650 Liberty Avenue. The name of the place is Union, while the name of the state is New Jersey, USA. The pin code of the area is 07083.

About

Bed Bath And Beyond is an American company that focuses on the marketing and selling of various kinds of domestic merchandises as well as home furnishing products as well, for its customers. The company has its presence in over 1,500 location in all of the 50 states of the USA. The company also has stores established in Canada, Peurto Rico and the District of Columbia. The current interim CEO of the company is Mary Winston. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $12.3 billion. Also, as of the year 2017, the total number of employees working at the company is more than 65,000. The company is also listed in the Fortune 500 companies list as well as in the Forbes Global 2000 companies list.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of products, which includes kitchenware, homeware items, cookware, home decor items, home furnishing items, domestic merchandises, bedroom and bathroom goods, dining room goods, etcetera, and also other types of home goods as well.

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  • Cheryl Dumaine says:

    I am so disappointed that your company has decided to get into politics. We are all sick and tired of all the political stuff going on especially during this pandemic. Your politics should not enter in to your sales strategies. Stopping business with My Pillow is the latest example and the one that was the straw that broke the camel’s back, so to speak, as I can no longer shop at your stores.
    Please take politics out of your sales strategies and go back to just having in your stores what your customers want to buy.

     
  • Susan Hinson says:

    To the current CEO and Board of Directors: We were extremely disappointed in your corporate decision to cave to the pressure from the political far left to deny Mike Lindell his First Amendment rights. By refusing to sell My Pillow products you are setting a dangerous precedent against free speech. We have been long time customers of BB&B and Buy Buy Baby, but will no longer shop or buy from your store or online. Many of our friends have made the same commitment. Please remove our name from any future solicitation lists. We have already unsubscribed from the email list. Seriously offended, Walter and Susan Hinson, Cary, NC 1/30/2021

     
  • Michael Troy says:

    My family has supported, Bed, Bath, and Beyond for years, and now, we see that Bed Bath & Beyond is part of the Woke, Cancel Culture, and that, is not making American Citizens who love this country, Happy. As, a matter of Fact, what I am about to say, I can promise, CEO Steve Temares that what You have done, is an insult to over 75 million American Citizens.

    We see, that Bed Bath & Beyond has gone to war with these 75 Million American Citizen, by Cancelling, Mike Lindell’s Business (The Pillow Guy), because he holds different views then obviously, Bed Bath & Beyond, especially you, CEO Steve Temares. So, I must warn Bed Bath & Beyond, that The 75 million Americans whom you have insulted, is now gearing up to Boycott the Company of Bed Bath & beyond, as well as every other company that associates with Bed Bath and Beyond, unless We as American citizens receive a huge Apology on Cable News CNN, MSNBC, FOX, ANN, NewsMax, CBS, NBC, ABC, to the 75 million American Citizens, and especially, Mike Lindell (The My Pillow Guy), then reestablish a working relationship with his company, and put the childish cancel culture behind you. If not, I promise this, Just like the world is seeing stock drops in FB, & Twitter, among others who has adopted the childish cancel culture, Bed Bath & Beyond will find themselves in similar, if not worse, such as, going out of Business, leaving you, and your many employees, in the unemployment line. This comment is not a Brag, it’s a promise. We are 75 million strong, and we are tired of playing the communist/Fascist, Cancel Culture, name calling, Childish, blaming game. We will resist you, unless Bed Bath & Beyond, drops their weapon of Cancel Culture, and become grown ups. You MUST commit to our demands, or else, it is war.

     
  • M. Murillo says:

    Waiting for a shipment, emailed that the delivery would be on Fri. 8/28 by the end of the day so stayed home all day. Called FedExp with tracking number saw that it was labeled on 8/24 but it wasn’t with FedExp. Emailed BB&B wanting an update. Today 8/31 FedExp suggests contacting the Company shipping item but is unknown, have no respond from BB&B now have sent three emails. Now calling the on line number to contact them being hung up once already and am still waiting. I will be contacting headquarters next to find out where the third party whom they ordered from so that it may be possible to contact them to find out if FedExp was contacted to pick up. I also looked up in trying to cancel my order so that I could get my money back and order this local to be delivered no option to do so. BBB7098718065 ordered on 8/20.

     
  • Troy Macintosh says:

    Bed Bath & Beyond is not an essential business as in you do not provide medical supplies, adequate sustenance, etc. So please tell your associates, your real associates who are on the front lines of your stores, the sales floor associates and managers who are afraid to travel to work everyday and are struggling to keep their jobs that you feel your bottom dollar is more important than their well being.

    And before you defend yourself by saying corporate is also staying open, I know damn well a select bunch of you are entitled and working from home during this pandemic. You not only put your associates at risk by keeping doors open but also your customers so its exceptionally clear that you care about money and nothing more.

    I could very much understand if you were an essential establishment but by Bed Bath & Beyond logic the ability to walk in and buy a wok or a set of silverware is of dire importance to the community and worth the risk of infecting others.

    Many establishments have already taken measures to reduce this pandemic, yet your hours are even still the same.

    Corporate greed.

     
  • Scott Wilson says:

    It is STRANGE AND It is unclear why Natalia Dorunitcheva working as a Manager in your company.

    Her LinkedIn profile says that she graduated from University.
    That lady NEVER went to University and NEVER FINISHED ANYTHING. She is from Republic Of Belarus
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalia-dorunitcheva-2002616b Very deceptive profile!!! Shame on you

     
  • Shelly Marsh says:

    This is a complaint. Today my husband and myself went to your Medicine Hat store to pick up a few items. We needed a few short glasses, you had some on your shelf, marked $1.69 each. We wanted a few more than you had on your shelf asked a very polite young man if there were any more, he went to ask a manager named “Sean”
    Sean told us we could not buy the glasses as they where display only. Zero signage saying display only the glasses are marked $1.69 each. Are you kidding me?? Something wrong here somewhere. I still believe that “Sean” is dead wrong, can you help me out here. Please feel free to call me 403-527-2700

     
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