Where is Dunhams Sports Corporate office Headquarters

Dunhams Sports Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 5607 New King Dr #125
    Troy, MI 48098
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 248-530-6700
  • Fax Number: 248-674-4980
  • Email: info@dunhamssports.com
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1937
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Jeffrey G. Lynn

Dunhams Sports Headquarters Location & Directions

Dunhams Sports Headquarters Executive Team



Jeffrey G. Lynn

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Tom Lemere

Managing Director of Advertising Dunham’S Sports

About Dunhams Sports, History and Headquarters Information

Dunham sports is a regional sport good superstore in the United States. It is owned by the Dunhamsathleisure corporation and has stores located in western to south-eastern parts of the country. The retailer chain specializes in sports goods, guns and other sports equipment. The first store was started in Michigan in 1937 as a small fishing supplies shop named Dunhams Bait and tackle. After gaining exposure through ads in the newspaper and fishing shows, the store started to get branches in other locations. Today the chain has stores in over 230 locations and sells many other products other than sports goods and equipment.

The company's headquarters is located in Michigan and the company is valued at millions of dollars. The company now sells a variety of products like apparels, sports goods, shoes, equipment for sports, hunting equipment and also general everyday use items like electronics, clothing and a lot more.

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  • Chris A says:

    I have been a Dunham’s customer since our store opened in Lenoir NC. I have purchased many items from this store including guns, ammo, clothing, kayaks, yeti coolers etc. I usually have pretty good service barring the wait at the gun counter, but that’s expected when its busy. I am writing to let you know that there is something shady going on at the Lenoir location. I know that the way we do business has been forever changed because of Covid and the lack of physical stock that is available. I am speaking about the ammunition situation. When this first started there seemed to be a good way of being fair and rationing out to make sure everyone would have a chance to get a little ammunition. The rationing of ammo is still in effect at the Lenoir store however this rule does not apply to one person that is always there. He is not a Dunham’s employee however he hands out the ammo to other customers like its his job. Also he has been viewed leaving the store with shopping carts full of ammo when other customers can only purchase a couple of boxes. I have a feeling that he is turning around and selling this to make a profit. The more concerning part is that I believe some Lenoir Dunham’s employees are involved as they call him by his name Michael. If you would like to see it for yourself, be at the Lenoir store at 10:00 am on Thursdays. He will be a bald guy usually at the front of the line.

  • Debbie Lineberry says:

    Employees not knowledgeable of product in store or the inventory. Called Anderson Indiana store for baseball pants stated the type I needed, male employee confirmed the store had what I was looking for got to the store and no baseball pants in men’s medium very disappointed. Found what I needed at another sports store, will look elsewhere other than Dunham’s in the future

  • Russell says:

    Why so much disrespect & lack of concern for customers. It’s as if I disrupted your day by asking for directions to specific items in your store. I doubt your store will last. Even with Dicks closing. Good luck. There always Meijers & Walmart. It’s your MAIN PEOPLE, directing & running your store. Wanna bet???

  • Ed A. says:

    I recently called the Dunhams store in Chillicothe Ohio. I asked if a very specific pair of men’s football cleats were in stock. The gentleman at the store said he went to the shelf and looked and that the shoes were in stock. I repeated the name of the shoe several times and he said that they had the shoes. I drove over 45 minutes to the store and the store does not even carry this specific football cleat. I spoke to the store manager and she told me to tell a cashier the next time I was in the store and they would give me a discount. The manager did not ask or take down my name. How would a cashier or another manager know about this situation? Not a good business practice. I ended up buying the cleats at a different sports store, which cost me around 30 dollars for the gas and the coupon I had for the cleats that I could not use. Plus the time to drive to the store (that didn’t have what they said the had) and back home. I am very upset with this visit and may not return. I feel like I was lied to over the phone and then brushed off after I told the manager of the problem. My son plays 3 sports and we used to buy everything from Dunhams.

  • Craig says:

    Dunham’s sports “manager” stole an already completed application to legally purchase a gun! The store manager stole the completed application and actually ran and hid. No one did Not even purchase a gun, but all of personal and confidential information that was written down, questions answered and filled out legally, everything submitted to purchase a gun legally on a federal government gun permit form was stolen by the so called “store manager”. Dunham’s sports said her name was Jennifer P, manager of Dunham’s sports, Cleveland County Mall, Shelby in Cleveland County, NC. Very disturbing and upsetting. Anyone would expect and demand an answer to what happened with personal, confidential information. Did she(store manager) purchase a gun for someone else under the stolen information? That’s certainly what one would
    think happened. She was very rude and racist towards this particular situation! I am certain one will have to take law enforcement action to have this serious issue resolved. No one should
    shop at Dunham’s sports ever again! Actions taken by store manager was very unlawful! Witness’ were present along with certainly security cameras. Issue Must be resolved ASAP!!! Terrible experience and one would have to be infuriated with stolen identity(along with federal gun laws broken by Dunham’s sports) at Dunham’s Sports in Shelby, NC, Cleveland County, NC. One can tell more about the terrible experience that would certainly have to be settled in court and possibly “shut down” this particular store. There is a belief that one store employee possibly knew the manager was in the wrong, but her hands “were tied” when store manager ran away with very personal information, i.e. completed federal documentation for gun purchase. Terrible experience and it demands answers. EVERY local gun store owner that was told about this horrifying experience has agreed Dunham’s sports was in the wrong and should be held accountable in a court of law! This is a very serious situation and Dunham’s sports must and will be held accountable! The saddest part of all is the person legally filling out the application is disabled. She is very qualified and a legal UNITED STATES citizen,
    legally and able to be a law-abiding gun owner citizen. Dunham’s sports certainly proved they discriminate against people with disabilities that are lawful gun owners! This should be addressed immediately!! Discrimination against people with disabilities!!?? Dunham’s sports certainly knows the laws on discrimination against citizens with disabilities, or do they?? The incident that took place at Dunham’s sports was against a lawful, legal, American citizen with legal gun owners permits, but was disabled and Dunham’s sports discriminated against this person for her disabilities. Wow, one would think we were past those discriminatory days against the ones with disabilities, but Dunham’s sports certainly proved they are not!! Discriminating against law abiding, legal and responsible gun owners because of a disability? There are laws that protect good people with unfortunate disabilities. Looking forward to a response from Chairman & CEO Jeffrey G. Lynn, Dunham’s Sports. Thank You

  • Dean S. says:

    Company Needs New Computer and Register systems so Sale Prices ring Correctly and function better. I have to Hit the Enter key 3000 times a Day its like Chinese Water Torture and its Stressful and Mentally harmful . if the company could update there systems they could keep more Employees and Moral would go up. Its a Tax Write Off plus asking costumers for there Phone Numbers is unprofessional , they need membership Cards like Kroger or many other companies have for the past 20 years bout . I could ring up 3x more costumers and save time and Money . Employee at Store 9074.

  • gary watkins says:

    Your Fremont Michigan store is one of the worst retail stores I’ve ever dealt with. Different employees almost every time I go in there. Recently, they were out of a sale item and my wife asked for a rain check. The sales clerk said “we don’t give rainchecks” and walked away. When I talked to the manager he gave us one but a month later and after checking several times, no item. This isn’t the first incident but just ongoing. The only reason I go there is because I get gift certificates from people. I’ve asked them in the future not to get me any for there. I would rather drive 50 miles to Grand Rapids for a sporting goods store than shop here.

  • Dale zimmerman says:

    You’re selling kayaks telling people they have lifetime warranties but the companies are out of business now I’m stuck with this broken kayak that has no warranty when your employee specifically told me it had a lifetime warranty and its plastered all over the kayak I’ve been trying to email customer service about this heinous issue of false advertising your email says it doesnt work

  • Jeff Whitehouse says:

    The ammo was purchased at the moundsville Dunham’s sport store on Lafayette ave

  • Jeff Whitehouse says:

    The Dunham’s weekly ad July 18th to July 23rd 2020 stated 9mm ammo was on sale 2 50rd. Boxes for $20 however I was charged $13.99 a box at the register when I ask her about the sale price,she stated there was no ad this,when I got home and checked the web site and there it was 2 for 10 dollars,just want to find out what the price,if I’m due a refund,I would just buy more 9mm lol thanks Jeff.

  • Deb says:

    was in Willmar store and none of the employees wore masks and when I requested they put some on they laughed and refused, of course I had mine on for their protection but the reverse apparently was a joke. I was going to purchase a brand new set of women’s golf clubs but I will now go to Dick’s where they wear masks……………sorry you folks are unprofessional and I see from previous comments that you really do suck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Nancy says:

    I was at the Tullahoma Tn store. I waited as a young man, Robert, walked by me several times; twittering his thumbs. He was not about to help me. I left. I will never shop there again.

  • BETH says:

    Bought 3 hoverboards from the Monroe Mi store on May 30,2020 2 of them don’t work tried to take them back on June 1,2020 they said no returns on hoverboards. I’m out about $400.00. My family, friends and I will no longer shop at your store that sells junk and steals your money. I hope you go bankrupt

  • Jackie Auter says:

    My grandson who has disabilities was bullied and stole from by employees at your Auburn, Indiana store today may 29th He wants a return of money or t the parking lothe right size shoes that was pre-order for pick-up. he never left the parking lot.

  • Kris D'Arcy says:

    West Bloomfield store, staff not wearing face masks and when we called one of the “managers”, he was rude, flippant, and unhelpful. Corporate offices are closed, so all-around customer service is weak.

  • Kellie Flannery says:

    Would like to order a trampoline as soon as possible. Please contact me when you resume sales

  • David Nowakowski says:

    Hello. My name is Dav6id Nowakowski. I visited your Burlington, WI store recently. My experience was wonderful. Sarah, Alex, and Ben were helping me with my new gun purchase.
    They were very kind and really knew what they were doing.
    I am disabled and they treated me with total respect. They made my buying experience a real pleasure. I will definitely visit and purchase from them again. Thank you and kudos to them for all they did.

  • Emily Elkins says:

    Just an FYI folks, I bought my kayak yesterday at Dunham’s in muskogee, OK. They charged me twice for it taking a total of $519.44, when I should’ve only been charged $259.72. I called the store this morning and spoke to the General Manager, Angie Bull. She told me it happens all the time and never looked up my transaction, she never got any info from me and checked the system, and I will get my money back in 7 days, and then proceeded to tell me that she had someone else on the other line, basically that was more important than my call. So I asked if I return my kayak today, will I get all my money refunded she replied I’d still have to wait the 7 days and that they aren’t open today for me to come up there. So I guess I just paid double for my one kayak and hopefully I will eventually get my $259.72 back. Moral of the story, if Dunham’s in muskogee tells you that the machine didnt read your card and you have to rerun it, check your account first cause they’ve got some kind of B.S. scamming going on up there 🤷‍♀️

  • Mama Bear says:

    In case you actually care, your store in Statesboro, GA, is NOT concerned about the health of their employees or customers, during the CoronaVirus outbreak. They are not equipped with disinfectant, or any type of cleaning supplies to combat COVID-19. The managers are not policing the customers to ensure they are all 6 feet apart. Managers have not enhanced touch point cleaning at all, but how could they, with no cleaning supplies. You better pray that none of your employees become infected.

    • Deb says:

      I am with you mama bear no masks or clean up in the willmar mn store either since I had my mask on for their protection I requested they put one on and the employees laughed and refused to put some on!

  • Concerned Family says:

    As you try to find your loop hole of not shutting down during the Coronavirus outbreak, your employees continue to pay the price of the putting their health and safety at risk as well as there families. You have now created a health risk & are rapidly growing fear. Why are you not following the Governor of Michigan’s “Stay home, Stay Safe” Executive Order? Michigan is now ranked 5th in the Nation with Positive COVID-19 cases!

  • Phil says:

    I just wanted to let you know that your chesterfield twp., store is not taking this covid19 too serious especially not having hand sanitizer, barely any hand soap, no face mask in place for staff that wants or needs it, maybe our governor needs to walk in there and see the seriousness we are talking about!!! This is very serious especially that their is no cure do you care more for your employees or making a dollar? Hmm I guess I can answer that myself!

  • A concerned family member says:

    You are NOT a necessity. You are putting your employees and their families at risk. And going against Michigan’s Governor.

  • Marianne Albaugh says:

    To whom it may concern,

    I am astonished at the way your company is handling the risk the Coronavirus is imposing to your employees. You have no concern or value to their health.
    You are well aware of the risk you are putting your employees in. You have sent out a corporate email outlining your plan if employees get sick at one store to continue to put additional employees at risk.
    This is disturbing to say the least and hope you reconsider your approach in the next few days to help do your part in the spread of the virus.
    Greatly Concerned American Citizen,
    Marianne Albaugh

    • A concerned family member says:

      It’s actually ridiculous that the president of the company has classified their company as a necessity all on his own during the mandatory 3 week shutdown in Michigan.

    • Deb says:

      totally agree Marianne the same in Minnesota

  • Steve Danton says:

    My wife and I are 73 years old. My wife is a lung transplant patient and her
    rehab recently closed because of the virus. We are
    doing self quarantine but my
    wife needed 3 lb. weights to continue her therapy. I called
    Dunham’s and spoke to Adam and he arranged so I
    Could just pull up in front
    Of the store and he would take care of the transaction
    And he even wiped down
    The dumbbells with disinfectant.The whole transaction took place in the back of our SUV. I posted this to Lake Orion Chat room and got over 1,000
    Positive responses. He is truly a great guy and a tremendous asset to your company.

    • Deb says:

      Well Steve the same is not happening in other states total lack of sanitizing or face masks…………horrible will never shop there again

  • Christy Towles says:

    My mom and I went shopping in your Maysville Ky store today. We went in to purchase a 22 rifle that was listed in your black friday sales ad. This was going to be a gift to my nephew for Christmas. My mom stated to the salesman that she was buying this for my nephew as a Christmas gift and the salesman immediately told her “Well if you are not going to be the one to use this gun i cannot sale it to you.” She ask him why and he stated that the law states if you are not going to be the one using it then they are responsible for what happens after you purchase it and he will lose his job!!! Are you serious? My nephew hunts as a sport which is fully supported by our entire family! So please tell me how a 16 year old is going to be able to do this if he is unable to purchase this himself …. I am not schooled on Kentucky or even federal gun laws and completely agree with all of the paper work and background checks involved in purchasing a gun but I do not agree with a salesman telling her that he cannot sell it to her if she’s not going to be the one using it… that he is responsible for her!! Is a car salesman responsible for someone he sold a care to if they are drinking and driving that car and fatally injures someone while behind the wheel of it?!! NO!!! I think she deserves an apology from your company and that maybe you should have the NRA come in and update your employees on gun laws and also have someone come in and give them some training on customer service!!!! I am also going to get in touch with our local news station who does investigative reporting and involve them in this situation. Thank You. #previouscustomer #2ndamendment

    • Chip says:

      Dunhams makes their own rules and laws! I’m done with Dunhams I hope every store shuts down

      • Nick G says:

        Chip, you should read the FFL law for purchasing firearms. Dunham’s is just following the law. If you want to complain about a store making their own rules and laws, you should go to Dicks and try and buy a gun.

    • Nick G says:

      The FFL paperwork asks if you are purchasing the firearm for yourself of someone else. The employee could have gone ahead with the sale but the ATF would have denied your mom purchasing the firearm. Kudos for the employee being straight forward with you. It is not a Dunham’s rule/policy. It is a federal law.

  • Archie Mclaughlin says:

    Went into your store in Rockingham, N.C. this afternoon after receiving your
    sales coupons on line. Wanted to buy a couple buckets of .22 and 9 mm ammo
    but could not find anyone to wait on me. This happens quite often. Complained
    to the cashier and was informed to take my complaint to corporate as they
    were the only ones that could do anything about shortage of staff. Hence, this
    is my complaint.

  • Donald Simmons says:

    I was accosted by one of your employees in your Alpena store today. I have PTSD and was yelled at and chased after all because the employee didn’t understand her job. I attempted to call your corporate number but was brushed off to a voicemail. All I wanted to do was receive the difference between my purchase and the current sale price ending today. If you do not want to honor your companies policy fine just do not raise your hands at me and yell at me when I try to show you the sale ad Dunhams sent me this am on my phone and yell at me you know how to do your job. also when someone tells you they have PTSD that doesn’t mean chase after me continuing to yelling at me. Now you have my receipt and no chance of ever getting me or my friends and family to spend a dime at your stores and we are a hunting fishing outdoors kind of people up here. I have spent more than I care to admit with you for many years but you have had the last cent I will ever spend with you. I will gladly order online from your competitor in the future

    • Guillermo Cruz jr says:

      I came in your store in Bay City mi.
      To buy some hunting boots.
      About 5 Days ago..
      The boots I bought hurt my feet.. I came and exchange d them for a new pair.. I had money coming back from the other boots. A total of $61.48,
      When I ask about
      My money they said
      I can only get my money back on a gift card.. After I spent cash.
      I have called the main office nothing.
      I’m just recently
      Homeless in the street of Bay City mi. I bought a lot more then boots..
      Now you motherfuckers won’t call me back,and give me my money back.
      I’m home less..
      On disability,I spent most of my disability money buying close to stay warm at your store..
      I needed my$ 61.48.. for food..
      I can’t read or spell
      And your associate at the bay City store
      Said in front of the other customers he didn’t believe me, and forced me to except the gift card . I needed that money for food.
      I’m home less..
      I hope you fuckers go hungry some day.. I forgot you have my money, so you are probably eating something good right now.. f****** thieves.. f****** thieves..

  • Mike says:

    Went into Dunham’s yesterday to purchase my son shoes for basketball and ask if they matched dicks prices and was informed no so I went home and ordered them online. So I thought prices where matched. Save $22.00

  • Dixie Wagner says:

    We were so EXCITED to get one of your stores in Dickinson ND. But there is NEVER people to wait on you! We just walked out without over $450.00 worth of product because nobody came to open the bullet cabinet. This is NOT the 1st time this has happened to us & many other people have complained about the same problem!



  • Terry says:

    Purchased a $60 game camera Friday come to find out somebody returned three months earlier and forgot to take there pictures off the card.. it was also damaged thought it was illegal to sell something for new when it’s been used. Going to call them in the morning if not we’ll be getting hold of the lawyer

  • Terry says:

    Do they sell returned stuff as new.

  • Ron Starr says:

    Black Friday. I saw a item I want to purchase. Went early the store and they said they only received 2 of the item I wanted and would not special order it. It took 30 minutes for them to figure this out. And I asked about a gun case and the Dunham’s clerk told me that he doesn’t know anything about them. Not good for Dunham’s reputation!

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