Where is Dollar Tree Corporate office Headquarters

Dollar Tree Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 500 Volvo Pkwy
    Chesapeake, VA 23320
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 757-321-5000
  • Fax Number: 757-321-5245
  • Email: ddirect@dollartree.com
  • Number of Employees: 176100
  • Established: 1986
  • Founder: Dennis Edwards, Macon Brock, Doug Perry and Ray Compton
  • Key People: Gary Philbin

Dollar Tree Headquarters Location & Directions

Dollar Tree Headquarters Executive Team



Gary M. Philbin

President, CEO & Director

Bob Sasser

Executive Chairman

Kevin S. Wampler

Chief Financial Officer

Joseph Calvano

President of Dollar Tree Stores Canada Inc.

Neil A. Curran

President & COO of Dollar Tree Canada

Duncan C. Mac Naughton

President of the Family Dollar Stores Inc

David A. Jacobs

Chief Strategy Officer

Gary A. Maxwell

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Robert H. Rudman

Chief Global Products Officer

Michael A. Witynski

President & COO of Dollar Tree Stores Inc

About Dollar Tree, History and Headquarters Information


Dollar Tree was founded in the year 1986. The company has been operational for almost 33 years now. The founders of the company were Dennis Edwards, Doug Perry, Ray Compton and Macon Brock. The origins of the company go back to the year 1953 when a Ben Franklin store was opened by KR Perry, in Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Later onwards, the store was renamed as K&K 5&10. Then in the year 1970, Doug Perry, along with KR Perry and Macon Brock started another company known as K&K Toys. Over time, this mall concept had grown to over 130 stores on the East Coast of the USA. In the year 1986, Doug Perry, along with Macon Brock and Ray Compton started another chain store company, which came to be known as the Only $1.00. The company began its operations with only just five stores. As of the year 1991, the company K&K Toys was then sold off to KB Toys, so that the company's founders could focus on Only $1.00 company.

During the year 1993, the name of the company was changed to Dollar Tree. Two years later, in the year 1995, the company had become a limited public entity. In the year 1996, the company had acquired Dollar Bill$ and added a chain of 136 stores under its name. Then in the year 1997, the company had opened its first distribution centre in Virginia, USA. In the year 1998, the company had taken over 98-Cent Clearance Centers. The following year, the company had again taken over Only $One stores as well. The company had also acquired Dollar Express and Greenbacks, in the year 2000 and 2003 respectively. The next year, the company had opened its first store in North Dakota. By the year 2006, the company had already opened almost 3,000 stores under its name. Then in the year 2008, the company for the first time ever appeared in the list of the Fortune 500 companies. The following year, the company launched its own online e-commerce website as well. By the year 2010, the company had already opened almost 6,000 stores under its name. In the year 2012, the company had raked in nearly $7 billion in overall sales. In the year 2014, the company had taken over Family Dollar, for an amount of $9.2 billion. In the year 2015, the company had planned to sell off almost 330 stores to Sycamore Partners, which was a part of the approval process for taking over Family Dollar. As of the year 2018, the company was ranked at almost 134 places in the Fortune 500 companies list. In the year 2019, the company announced that it would be closing off 390 Family Dollar stores and also renovate other stores located in 1,000 locations. The headquarters of the company is based in 500 Volvo Parkway. The name of the place is Chesapeake, while the state name is Virginia, USA. The pin code of the area is 23320.


Dollar Tree is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of products at $1 or even less, for all of its customers. As of the year 2019, the company has its presence in over 14,700 locations all over the USA and Canada. The current CEO of the company is Gary Philbin. As of the year 2017, the overall revenue generated by the company is more than $22.2 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2018, is more than 176,100.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of products being sold by the company, at $1 or less price. The products include food and snacks, health, beauty, housewares, glassware, seasonal decor, dinnerware, craft supplies, gifts, gift bags, pet supplies, electronics, teaching supplies, toys, books, household cleaning supplies, etcetera.

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  • M says:

    December 11, 2019 Store # 4879 6768 Aloma Avenue Winter Park, Florida 32792

    I was Assaulted and Battered by the Store Manager today at 13:40 pm. Orlando Sheriff Dept. responded to my 911 call. Official filed complaint will be sent to Dollar Tree Corporate.

  • carmen d colon says:

    hi was wondering how you can get off the no rehire to beable to work again

  • Laura Martínez says:

    Hello I purchase constantly in Dollar Tree the store number 4860 in 4747 West Century Boulevard Inglewood California 90304 I would like for Dollar Tree to sell summer umbrellas and different types of tote bags foldable flexibility I mean seeing some cute ones elsewhere like animals, fruits and indifferent type of styles. Will be awesome to purchase them in Dollar Tree.

  • Laura Martínez says:

    I was at Dollar Tree today 10- 30-2019 around 12:10 p.m. to 12:17 p.m. in the location 4747 West Century Boulevard Inglewood California 90304 a store number 4860 this is not the first time that I am being mistreated by Kathy cashiering at the time she doesn’t greet me I pay her my first purchase today by handing my 20 bill straight out to her and she place I change somewhere else except give it into my hand.
    The second purchase at this same day I paid Kathy with a 5 bill by placing it in the little payment table attached to the ATM she took like around 3to5 minutes to graph the five bill and this time she went even worse by living my change under the little table attached to the ATM I told her she needs to respect that I will report her and she respond to me Rush to report me before me has been so many complaints about her I noticed says from other customers expressing it to me also expressing have reported to the store manager verbally and the mistreatment from Katy to customers haven’t change…..
    First receipt number is 2237 04860 04 006 26301803
    Second receipt number is 2243 04860 04 006 26301803

  • Carol D. Campbell says:

    Subject: Dollar Tree Store # 40087, 11-480 Hespeler Rd. Cambridge Ontario October 23, 2019 13:53
    I do think your employees should be educated on how to be polite & well-mannered when dealing with paying customers and perhaps additional training in regards to the needs of the handicapped and their care-givers. My grand-daughter Jayde & I were shopping with her 3 year old son who has Noonan’s Syndrome; he is a special needs child. We each gave Kolsyn a toy to occupy him while we shopped. Because Kolsyn wouldn’t grasp the concept of giving back his new play-things for pricing & to avoid a disturbance and upsetting him, we put the packaging on the counter with our other purchases. We explained what we had done & why but your cashier Tammy was rude, offensive and discourteous creating an uncomfortable situation for us and the line-up of people behind us. (One of the people in line, approached us outside the store, she was as affected by Tammy’s behaviour as we were. She plans to issue her complaint as well; another lost customer? ) There was no need for Tammy’s attitude. We paid for these little toys but each left the balance of our shopping behind on the counter. Please note: Jayde lives a very stressful life on a daily basis doing the best she can in an extremely difficult position. Our shopping events are intended to help her relieve herself of stress, to relax and enjoy some peace and quiet, hoping without conflict and miserable people. Your business has now lost two(three?) paying customers and word of mouth is fabulous advertising. BTW Timing is everything, the madness of Christmas shopping is just around the corner.

  • Michael-treated badly at Grand Ledge Mi store says:

    I was in your store in Grand Ledge Mi Saturday around 3:25. There was about 17 0f us, in line, with only 1 cashier. Then the manager came out with someone else. When I said there was 2 more of you in the office and you made us wait. She tried to embarrass me by talking very loud saying , I am sorry sir, we were changing shifts. And she said it about 7 times very loudly. It just bothered me more. I think shift change was 3 pm, and they did not care about us customers. And when I said something they wanted to embarrass me. Is that what you train your managers or how you train them when they are wrong. I was in line 15 minutes and a lot of other people were to. I like your store but do I have to be treated that way. They should have made sure the customers were taken care of, don’t you think. I have the receipt at home. They will know who complained, I am in there all the time., 3 or 4 times a week. I could find another store if you want me to. Why, I live in that town, and its close. They were rude and very disrespectful. ( the manager ) She knows me. I talk to her. I am not use to being treated that way……..especially by a manager. We the customers deserve to be waited on in a timely manner and not yelled at, with respect. Right……….If they do not want to be there, please find a manager and workers that do want to treat us fairly.

  • Mariaelena Ricker says:

    To whom it may concern,
    My name is Maria, and the reason why I am writing you this comment is to let you know about two of your employees. I for the most part shop at the Weymouth, Massachusetts in Riverside Plaza. One of your employees her name is Jamie I believe she is a Assistant Manager and she has ALWAYS given me EXCELLENT customer service and has a great personality with a smile. I do not know if you award your employees for their hard work but she is one that desires it!! On the other hand, and I was on the fence about this, but you need to know about your store Manager, Rebecca, I do my best to have a good attitude with workers at any store, but Rebecca is one rude, inconsiderate individual. She has on many occasions has had a mean, nasty demeanor. And for the life of me can’t figure it out why. Now, according to your Mission Statement the first one on the list is ATTITUDE, and I am not satisfied nor happy with Rebecca’s attitude that needs to be fix-like quick. I know we are human but this is a consistent scenario with her. But, anyway, thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
    Mariaelena Ricker