Where is Hanes brands Corporate office Headquarters

Hanes Brands Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1000 E Hanes Mill Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27105, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 336-519-8080
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 90,000
  • Established: 1901
  • Founder: John Wesley Hanes I
  • Key People: Stephen B. Bratspies (CEO)

Hanes Brands Headquarters Location & Directions

Hanes Brands Headquarters Executive Team



Stephen B. Bratspies

Chief Executive Officer

Joe Cavaliere

Group President, Global Innerwear

Michael E. Faircloth

Group President, Global Operations

Greg L. Hall

Chief Consumer Officer

M. Scott Lewis

Chief Accounting Officer and Controller

Kristin L. Oliver

Chief Human Resources Officer

About Hanes Brands, History and Headquarters Information

Hanesbrands is an American clothing company that was started in 2008. The headquarter as well as the capital store is located in 1000 E Hanes Mill Rd, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. This is the largest store across all of the USA and offers everything that the Hanesbrands includes. The original Hanes used to be a true outlet store where people would come and buy factory direct goods.

The current position of this company is such that it now operates and owns over 200 L'eggs Hanes Bali Playtex Factory Outlets and Hanesbrands Stores all across the US. And after the launch of their Champion Stores, they own around 20 Champion stores currently.

The expansion is all over Europe and Eastern Asia too, including countries like the UK, Germany, Italy and many more. It now operates more than 200 stores and outlets across the US under the brands Champion, Maidenform, L’eggs Hanes Bali Playtex, Daisyfresh, Zorba and Hanesbrands.

Hanes Brands Headquarters Photos

  • Stephanie Derry says:

    I think it’s a shame a good customer and can’t even get anyone to reply I’ve tried multiple ways of contact many times just to be ignored

  • Umberto Aminei says:

    Love your cotton. …. I plan visiting for my allowance.

  • Barbara Cross says:

    My name is Barbara, contacting on behalf of Pineview Gynecology, Dr. Cynthia Walsh. She is a board member of our local Rape and Domestic Violence Center here in Morgantown WV. We are starting a program to provide women who are in our local emergency rooms due to sexual/domestic assaults’ a change of clothing to wear from the hospital. Under garments, pants, shirts and socks are sometimes taken as evidence and women leave in hospital gowns. We were looking to see if your company could possible help with this program. Please contact me for any further information needed. The RDVIC is a place that none of us hope to have to need, but are thankful if we do. Thank you for your consideration.

  • Jenaya Bell says:

    I would like to talk to someone in the HR department about the unfair working conditions I experienced while working with this company:

  • zena says:

    I would like to know what happened to Hanes Too Sheer to Waist Pantyhose No one seems to sell them and they were my favorite pantyhose hose Will you be selling them again and is there anything that compares They were the best

  • Tammy says:

    My husband wears pocket tees t-shirts he uses it to put his cell phone in he’s an outdoorsman a mechanics works at sawmill and every time he leans forward his cell phones flipping out on the ground is there anything you can do about this issue or any product you have that would solve it

  • Victoria says:

    I am an employee in lighthouse mall in Michigan City Indiana.I and another employee were traveling to our storage space with carts talking and laughing among ourselves.as we were walking ur employee Deja is staring at us as we are communicating with each other opens up the store door as there are customers walking outside the mall and says “What you say?What u say?” So I said huh? She repeats it again.I said nothing else.Jus kept walking finishing my duties as an employee at my job.I jus feel it was totally unprofessional to open up a business door to engage to someone in that manner when u don’t know who they are nor you don’t know what is being said outside.

  • Gabe says:

    Dear Hanes,
    Wonder if you care any longer what your customers think of your Mens Socks lately. Do you care at all? Or you just became another greedy corporation selling poor and cheap products. Your socks for man were great at one time. Now you are selling cheap plastic socks that are actually a danger for people’s health with all the plastic in them. Maybe your quality control should read people’s comments on Amazon and many other websites where they sell your product. Majority of people are complaining about your product lately. Check any website. But probably you don’t care how your loyal customers feel about your product as long as you can make a buck. Otherwise how could your CEO Gerald Evans keep his $5 million dollar salary. You keep this chitty materials up you will not be in business long.

  • Patrick Riley says:

    My entire collection of Michael Jordan cards was stolen years ago. Please send me several of the Jordan cards you’ll made few years ago. I’m recovering from near death and would love to have those packs of Jordan cards to open. I’m completely unable to pay for cards but I was hoping for chance to open Jordan cards. Just figured you’ll had alot of overstock remaining.

  • Les says:

    There is no way to contact you and stop all the emails I receive. Your unsolicited click does not work. There is no email for your company.

  • Paul Bruggeman jr. says:

    Your products went to hell in a handbasket. POLYESTER IS TERRIBLE What happened to COTTON.Polyester is synthetic and makes you sweat where cotton breaths.Cutting corners on cost is not the answer. Quality over quantity is

  • Christine Clark says:

    Dear Executive of Community Service, Outreach/Marketing, and Promotion:

    From: Veterans Returning Home
    17955 East 11 Mile, Roseville MI 48066

    My name is Christine Clark, a veteran and volunteer from Veterans Returning Home in Roseville MI. We have an exciting event occurring: A Job Readiness Luncheon Affair for Homeless Veteran Women taking place on June 15, 2019, at the John B. Dingle Veterans Hospital in Detroit. This event is allowing us the opportunity to assist approximately 200 female Veterans in preparation to enter the civilian workforce. These are extraordinary women who have served our country fearlessly during these years of conflict and who are not usually on the receiving end of being shown attention in the form of services. It is our hope that you too would contribute to this event by donating some of your products to us so that we may provide individual swag bags to these women on this special day.

    We, of course, would give credit where credit is due by promoting your products and logo at this event, as well as our web site and social media. The following is a short list of the items we are seeking; women’s hair and skin care products, hair accessories, any and all things related to health, wellness, and comfort. It is our sincere desire to pamper these women if only for a day, to show our appreciation to those few women who have sacrificed for us and our country, although we need your help to pull this event off with some flair and pizzazz.

    Please contact me, Christine Clark @ chriscatthesea@gmail.com or call @ 810.588.0077 at your earliest convenience to let us know if you can participate since time and delivery of the product is of the essence.


    We are a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization funded by only private donations from those in the community who understand the sacrifices our soldiers have made. Thank you much for your time and consideration. We look forward to hearing from you soon.


    Christine Clark


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