Where is Braums Corporate office Headquarters

Braums Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 3004 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73121, USA
  • Phone Number: 405-478-1656
  • Fax Number: 405-475-2460
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1968
  • Founder: William H. (Bill) Braum
  • Key People: Drew Braum (President/CEO)

Braums Headquarters Location & Directions

Braums Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Drew Braum

President/CEO

About Braums, History and Headquarters Information

In 1968, Bill and his wife, Mary, established the first Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Store in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. During the first year, they expanded and started 24 stores in Oklahoma. In this store, they made the fresh bakery items including cookies, ice-cream cones, buns, loaves of bread and much more. In 1993, Braum’s construction crews made one of the largest milking operations in the world and held private herd there. It is based in Tuttle, Oklahoma, USA.

Braum’s is an American restaurant chain that serves ice cream, frozen yogurt, hamburgers, baked goods, sandwiches, meat products, salads, and breakfast items. This chain owns and operates almost 300 stores, with 128 stores in Oklahoma, 99 in Texas, 27 in Kansas, 13 in Arkansas and 13 in Missouri. Braum's serves customers in the United States. The stores are made within a 300-mile radius of the Braum’s Processing Plant.

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  • B says:

    Please, please take note!! Braums is NOT following CDC guidelines for handling food under current conditions and is definitely not following Mayor Holts order to wear masks! Please inform you various store managers and either provide masks/gloves for your many employees or close your stores! Braums is a go to place in the summer for many of us and you are losing alot of dedicated customers because you refuse to make it safe. Show us you care!!

     
  • Delton Tollett says:

    If this is a Family Corp. you need to consider changing the decision makers, and getting rid of your E2 Cows. They have effected every dairy product you sell. There are far more lactose tolerant people than non tolerant. I think it was a poor excuse for the change. If you need to increase your prices, then do it. People will always pay for quality. You had the finest, and your name stood for it. Don’t try to convince me that you haven’t had a drop in sales, because I talk to many people. Eat your loss and get back to business as established.

     
  • Ez says:

    Braums’ employees and especially those who cook food must wear masks and gloves amongst Covid-19.

    Employees in Del City, OK are not covering with masks and not wearing gloves amidst the rising numbers of concerned in OK state. Please do something.

     
  • Donna Aldridge says:

    I was just in your store in Broken Arrow. I have been in both stores. Why, with OK Covid cases increasing over 200%, are your employees not wearing masks? I wear a mask to protect them. Why are they not wearing one to protect me?

     
  • Patricia Ann Ramsey says:

    The Braums on Preston Road in Dallas is allowing people in their store without masks. I personally witnessed over 14 people hanging around the front door and
    In line without masks.
    When i called and spoke to the manager at 4:40 this afternoon on thursday the25th she began yelling and screaming at me and hung up on me.
    I carefully chose my words to her and did my very best to make sure she realized that I was not blaming anyone but she over reacted in such a rude way that I am not going to recommend my neighbors to go there anymore unless something is done about it. When we were at the store at the drive-through the other day my family was in the car, and we live in the neighborhood. There were at least 15 people gathered around the door way of the store and standing in line in close proximity to others and they were not wearing masks. Unfortunately, the ethnicity of the people who were not wearing the masks, are in the highest numbers in Dallas For the virus.
    I was trying to pass along the information when your manager over reacted and began to yell at me.
    I ran my own companies and my husband is a doctor at parkland and I have never seen anyone react act that way, in management before.
    This is vital information for the community and for you or workers there in the store.

     
  • Jason Hommel says:

    Masks are dangerous and have already killed several people. Meanwhile, the WHO has stated there is no evidence of transmission from asymptomatic people, and furthermore, no evidence of transmossion to 455 uninfected, exposed people. For these scienticic studies, see revealingfraud.com/2020/05/health/refuse/

     
  • Ruth Mazaheri says:

    Why are Braum’s employees not using protective devices (masks and gloves) while taking and preparing orders for customers? I have experienced this in all stores in Edmond, and OKC. Most of the workers are young people and I have seen them expose their skin (hands) while scooping ice cream and while giving the ice cream cones to customers touch the customers direct hand. This certainly does not follow CDC’s guidelines and I am surprised this has been going on throughout this pandemic. PLEASE require your employees to use gloves and put on masks while serving customers. Employees keep socializing and talking to each other. Saliva particles can be put into the food. Please respect your customers the same way that we protect your employees by wearing masks when we come into the store. Thank you!

     
    • Carrie says:

      I called the corporate office to ask about this and the reply was that they are following the recommendations set by the store’s location. I noticed that these locations are currently experiencing a spike in COVID cases but let’s ignore that. I would like to see a nationwide boycott of all businesses not requiring workers to wear masks or distance. In the midst of a global pandemic, this is uncaring on a sociopathic level. Braum’s will never see another cent from me. We have got to be smarter about re-opening. Businesses like this are part of the problem and need to go.

       
  • Sara Wilkins in Weatherford, TX says:

    Store #140: 1505 S Main St, Weatherford TX
    1505 S Main
    Weatherford TX 76086
    United States
    Phone: 817.594.0811

    I have had countless problems at this store using GIFT CARDS. After check out, to get your balance, you have to call a phone number. That is crazy! At Walmart, there is no problem because the balance is printed on my receipt.

    Countless times in the past year, the clerks have tried to through away my gift cards after use because it printed a balance of “$ 0.00”. However, each time, I knew I had money left on the cards. The manager would be called and he would be able to print out a receipt WITH the balance on it and sure enough, I would have plenty to buy something the next trip.

    Recently this year, they got a new POS (Point Of Sale) card reader. Now, if you want to know your balance, you have to call.

    Perhaps the programmer for the POS card reader didn’t know what he was doing? It is very much a huge problem they need to fix.

     
  • Pam says:

    I frequent your store in Salina kansas 656 south Ohio. So with that I say your employees don’t know what a tennis ball size of ice cream dip looks like! It’s bad enough that we know which employees know how to scoop it and who doesn’t. We average at least once a week driving from Abilene kansas to Salina kansas just for ice cream. Please help me out on getting what I paid for. Thank you!

     
  • Santee Newman says:

    I am a previous employee at your store in Carthage MO. Am sad to say that I was subjected to constant discrimation.By asst. Manager Kara Morris.There are a lot of your employees who indulge in use of illegal drugs.You should drug test ramdomly .I’ll be filing a discrimination complaint with the EEOC against asst.manager Kara Morris.Terrible Management.
    I quit because of unjust treatment as of 01-09-20.

     
  • Angela says:

    I ordered four piece chicken strip combo to go, at Braum’s in Tecumseh, Ok. While I waited for my order, I watched an employee empty a bag of fries in the deep fryer. When I received my order, once I left. I reached in my bag for fries, my fries was cold and my chicken strips. If I wanted cold food, I would made myself a lunch meat sandwich at home with chips.
    ….Disappointed with Braum’s employees!!!

     
  • Arlene says:

    My order was not correct. I ordered 2 big breakfast Sunday morning with bacon and it was correct on the ticket but they put sausage instead. I don’t like the sausage. The gravy was like water. I think it was because it was a weekend crew. During the week I always get correct and good food. Order #752805 store 221. Dec 1. 9:09 am. ? very disappointed.

     
  • David Baker says:

    I witnessed a young manager in Ozark handle a situation completely wrong. I would suggest better training so that would not happen again. All she did was piss off the customer even more.

     
  • Rhonda Brown says:

    I want to email Drew.

     
  • Sharon Ulrich says:

    Friday evening, July 26, 2019, I was driving south of Oklahoma City into Texas and a Braum’s truck was driving aggressive and could have created an accident not once but twice. The first time it came behind me, I was passing a vehicle at a speed of 76mph (the speed limit was 70). It came up behind me going at least 85mph and was trying to force me off the road to get me out of its’ way. I sped up and was able to get back into the right lane to let the truck pass. Later there was a steep grade with a truck lane which slowed the truck down. About a half hour later the same truck roared up behind me again – going the same fast speed. Only this time, the traffic was busier than it was before. Again I was passing a vehicle in the left lane at about 76mph, only this time I had no where to go. The right lane was busy and there was traffic in front of me. The truck came right up on my bumper and blinded me with the truck headlights. Since I was blinded, my first instinct was to brake, but had I done that the truck would have ran over me. I couldn’t see very well but then the vehicle I was passing in the right lane could see a problem was occurring between me and the Braum’s truck. The car braked allowing me room to get in between vehicles in the right lane and out of the truck’s way. The truck was going a good 85mph in a 70mph speed zone. I was not able to get any numbers off the truck. If you can track the truck driver on I-35 on July 26th around 7p.m., please tell the truck driver an accident could have easily happened. Deaths would have occurred.

     
  • Karen says:

    I was in a Braums today in Sapulpa, Ok store #25 It was the nastiest sore I have been in. There were dead flies lying on the windowsills. Two Braum’s employees were eating their lunch and even moved so I could take the pic!!!! When I mentioned to them about all the dead flies all they said was ‘Ya, they’re everywhere’ . They didn’t even care. I tried to send this to a different help page but it would never process. This store was in disarray, employees seemed confused…….someone really needs to help them!

     
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  • Harvey Flaming says:

    What has happened at Yukon Main Street Store – didn’t recognize anyone today and service not a usual – we shop there weekly

     
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