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Where is Foot locker Corporate office Headquarters

Foot Locker Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 11 W 34th St
    New York, NY 10001
    USA
  • Phone Number: +1 212-971-9449
  • Fax Number: (212) 720-3700
  • Email: service@footlocker.com
  • Number of Employees: 15141
  • Established: September 12, 1974
  • Founder: F. W. Woolworth and Santiago Lopez
  • Key People: Richard A. Johnson

Foot Locker Headquarters Location & Directions

Foot Locker Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Richard A. Johnson

Chairman, President & CEO

Lauren B. Peters

Executive VP & CFO

Bryon Milburn

CEO & President of Champ Sports

Stephen D. Jacobs

Executive VP & CEO of North America

Lewis Phillip Kimble

Executive VP & CEO of International

William Scott Martin

Senior Vice President of Strategy & Store Development

About Foot Locker, History and Headquarters Information

History

Footlocker was founded in the year 1974. The company has been active for almost 44 years now. The founders of the company were Santiago Lopez and F W Woolworth. The company had branched off the Kinney Shoe Corporation. The first store of the company was opened in Puente Hills Mall, California, USA. By the year 1989, the company had adopted a strategy to open ten speciality stores at each major mall of the country - an idea that never came into fruition.

Around the 1980s and the 1990s, the company’s sales declined and thereby closed all stores in the USA, which were operating under the Woolworth’s name. Woolworth Corporation still remained the parent company of Footlocker but changed the name from Woolworth to Venator Group. The company had shut down all its other stores, as Footlocker was the only sub-company that was successful. In the year 2004, it was reported that the sales of Footlocker rose by almost 19 per cent. As of the year 2014, the company is currently ranked at number 400 in the Fortune 500 companies list.

The headquarters of the company is based in 330 West 34th Street. The name of the place is New York, while the name of the state is New York, USA. The pin code of the area is 10001.

About

Footlocker is an American company that focuses on the selling of various types of athletic footwear and also clothing as well. The current chairman, president and CEO of the company are Richard A Johnson. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $7.7 billion. Also, as of the year 2017, the total number of employees working at the company is more than 32,000. As of the current date, the company has over 3,300 stores under its name.

Services

The primary services of the company include allowing customers to have the retail presence to purchase various kinds of footwear, sportswear, apparels and also clothing as well. The company has multiple types of sub-brands under its name too, besides selling other well-known brands such as Nike, which accounts for almost 70 per cent of the company's products.

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  • PISSED OFF PARENT says:

    I have been trying to contact someone from your corporate location about an employee and their racial comments and remarks that was sent to my son… Spent THOUSANDS there on shoes this year- and this is who yall employ and NO ONE ANSWERS THE PHONES

     
  • ConcernedFraud Customer says:

    I called store # 08699 and inquired about their ID policies on credit card purchases; the “manager” told me that “we are not supposed to ask for ID on cards that have chip”. I had my wallet stolen from my vehicle and within an hour the thief went to this store and made several attempts with all my credit cards and finally one went through, at which time he proceeded to purchase 3x $400 dollar charges. We are talking about $1200 worth of shoes in 3 different charges within minutes of each other; apparently that did not raise any “flags” as per this manager!! I hope you will investigate this store for possible fraud involvement. I am giving all this information to the detective that is investigating this crime.

     
  • W Mansfield says:

    Re: Order Number: 3190044120818100647409
    Order Date: 12 December 2018

    On 12 December 2018 I ordered:

    Nike Air Max 97 Premium Mens Shoes Size 6.5 SKU: 314213483804075 in black-white-varsity red for my son for Christmas. To explain we are not a wealthy family, far from it. I am a single parent, I work full time and in the evening too. My son really loved these trainers and so we agreed that this would be his only present for Christmas as they are very dear and I have two sons to buy for.

    The order was delivered to my place of work and I did not open the box as the order summary sheet was correct.

    On Christmas day my son opened his gift to find that the shoes weren’t the ones that he chose, or that I ordered. My son, to his credit has been very understanding although he was visibly disappointed. I assured him that it would be sorted.

    I called Footlocker on Boxing day and spoke to Luigi whom informed me that I had to arrange for UPS to collect the shoes and await a refund and then I could order some more. I explained to Luigi that I did not feel it was fair to expect me to arrange UPS, wait in for collection, wait for a refund and then re-order and also said how could he guarantee that this wouldn’t happen again. Luigi then said I could take them back to my local store some 24 miles away! 48 mile round trip, petrol, parking and that’s without traffic! I could also get 10% off my next pair of trainers – which wouldn’t even cover the mileage! I explained to Luigi that ordinarily if the problem with the order had been my fault, I could appreciate this returns policy but the order was not my fault in anyway whatsoever. I asked to speak with a supervisor and he said everyone was on holiday. I asked him to escalate the matter and have someone contact me. No one has contacted me.

    I then called Footlocker again on 27th December 2018, went through the whole process again and asked if the matter had been escalated, I was told “I don’t know”, I asked that the matter be escalated again and still no one has called or emailed me.
    Continued…

    -2-

    On 28 December 2018 I tweeted Footlocker and messaged via Twitter but have heard nothing. I have Tweeted and messaged several times without reply.

    I have Facebook messaged and still no reply.

    I have emailed service@footlocker.com as per Google but this bounced back. I have emailed, several times, questions_en@footlocker.eu and received several ticket numbers and emails confirming receipt and promising to get back to me and guess what… nothing.

    I wondered whether anyone else has experienced a complete lack of customer care from Footlocker and so looked on line and it is an absolute disgrace. There is no customer care, customers are being ignored. It appears that once Footlocker has a customer’s money that is all they care about. I assure you customer care ensures customers come back. A firm’s reputation is very important especially in these times of Social Media, not that Footlocker seem to care about this.

    It has now been 11 days of continual messaging to have received no replies. I have spent hours trying to get this matter resolved and nothing.

    I am sure you can appreciate my complete frustration at the way I have been treated. I have bought many shoes over the years for my sons from Footlocker, although from Guildford branch (now sadly closed). My son STILL hasn’t got his Christmas present. It is a farce and shame on you!

    I shall not give up my complaint. Rest assured that I will do everything I can to get this matter resolved to my satisfaction.

    Just to reiterate I appreciate mistakes happen but companies should, if it is THEIR error, sort the problem out, without making the customer run here there and everywhere. I was upset now I am beyond furious.

    I would appreciate someone, somewhere getting back to me, otherwise I will be taking this matter to trading standards, CAB and even, if absolutely necessary a solicitor.

     
    • Tobdog says:

      Footlocker clearly suck. I bought shoes from the store online and haven’t received them it’s been two weeks for a 2 day service. Unbelievable
      Now they said the shoes are sold out but I found them online.

       
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