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Interstate Batteries Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 12770 Merit Dr suite 1000
    Dallas, TX 75251

  • Phone Number:
    +1 972-991-1444

  • Fax Number: 469-221-4633

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 1500

  • Established: 1952

  • Founder: John Searcy

  • Key People: Scott Miller

Interstate Batteries Headquarters Location & Directions

Interstate Batteries Headquarters Executive Team



Scott Miller

Chief Executive Officer and President

Will McDade

CFO, VP, President of PowerCare Segment and GM – PowerCare Segment

Mickey Elam

President of Interstate Battery Franchising & Dev. & President of Retail Acquisition Dev.

Dale A. Herold

President of Distributor Operations and General Manager of Distributor Operations

Walt Holmes

President of All Battery Center and General Manager of All Battery Center

Tyler Reeves

President of National Accounts and General Manager of National Accounts

Jon Savage

President of International Distributor Development – China

Grant Dismore

Chief Supply Chain Officer and Vice President

Dorothy Jones

Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President

Onyeka Nchege

Chief Information Officer and Vice President

About Interstate Batteries, History and Headquarters Information


Interstate Batteries was founded in the year 1952. The company has been operational for almost more than 67 years now. The founder of the company was John Searcy. Starting in the year 1950, the founder of the company began selling and also delivering various kinds of car batteries to wholesalers, located in the Fort Worth and Dallas area of Texas, USA. The name of the company was after the Interstate Highway system, that was being built across the USA during that time. In the year 1978, the founder of the company had retired and left the leadership of the company to the then chairman and president of the company, known as Norm Miller. During the 1980s, the company had almost 50 distributors located around Canada and the USA.

Also, during that specific time, the company also created the Interstate Batteries Great American Race. The race made 13 vintage car owners along with their vehicles go on a two-week, cross country rally. The company started advertising on radio shows, along with national TV commercials as well. Then in the year 1990, the president post of the company was given to the brother of the founder, known as Tommy Miller, while Norm Miller still remained the CEO of the company. The company also got involved in NASCAR races as well, which was the fastest growing professional sport in the USA, during that time. The company had also become the sponsor of the new Winston Cup team of coach, Joe Gibbs, in the year 1992. This made the team win the prestigious Winston Cup Championship, in the year 2000. In the year 2004, the president and CEO of the company were Carlos Sepulveda. Carlos Sepulveda was succeeded by the son of the company’s founder. The headquarters of the company is based in 12770 Merit Drive suite 1000. The name of the place is Dallas, while the name of the state is Texas, USA. The pin code of the area is 75251.


Interstate Batteries is an American company that focuses on the selling and distribution of various kinds of batteries for automobiles, for its customers, all over the USA. The current CEO and president of the company are Scott Miller. As of the year 2013, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $1.5 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company is more than 1,500. The company has more than 200,000 dealers, spread all across the USA. The company also operates about 200 stores – both owned by the company as well as franchisee stores as well. The company also have distributors in Australia, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, etcetera.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence, in order to purchase various kinds of automotive batteries, sold by the company itself. The company also sells marine and RV batteries, along with batteries for lawn and garden mowers as well.

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  • Unhappy Potential Employee says:

    I recently applied for a position with your company. Your corporate recruiter Kim Blaney contact me right away for an interview. It took her a week to respond to a simple question of what was the salary range. I asked her to provide me with some date and time she had available for an interview… that was 2 weeks ago and still no response. Needless to say, I am no longer interest in the position , your company now leaves a bad taste in my mouth, and I will be sure to share my poor experience with people I know. I suggest you get a new corporate recruiter.

  • Michael Griffin says:

    Interstate batteries warranty is a shame. I have a less than 2 year old AGM battery that is suppose to have a 3 year free replacement. The Huntsville Al Governors drive warranty center said it works to 50% which is the warranty limit and would not replace an obviously bad battery. The manager at the store could care less. I will make sure that everyone on the Alabama bass Federation knows all about the Interstate battery loop hole philosophy and will exercise my consumer rights to leave the proper reviews on this junky $400 battery. Wow just pathetic how you treat customers.

  • Todd Epp says:

    I took in a battery that i got in sept of 2020, it is bad you have a 30 month replacement policy. They checked it overnight and called left a message said it was bad come in and get your free replacement. When i got there they charged me 134.00 that is not free. I buy all my batteries there for 4 cars, and i just bought 4 deep cycle batteries for work $800 i have 12 more to buy for work guess where i am not going to buy those at yeah you guessed it. Pretty shitty service.

  • Joseph sotello says:

    Hello , and good morning my name is mr Joseph sotello I want to share my experience with a couple of your stores on 8,25,2021 I purchased 2 rv batteries deep cycle recon then after just 5 weeks they were no good so I went back to the same store 480 Madeira st in San gabriel cal and they said they didn’t have any so then I asked that can I get 2 new batteries and that I would pay the difference he said he’d check comes back to tell me that they could only give the core charge on both batteries I said there under the 3months h warranty he said sorry about that so then I ask d when would he have some replacements he says d he didn’t know that he’d try a coupl more centers tried irwindal and they didn’t have any and he called sun land they said they had one battery so he said he would charge one of the batteries and to retake the other one to sun land I said ok so then I drive all the way to sun land when I arrive they told me they just sold it I said San Gabriel called you and you said you had one but they never told them that to hold it for me and sun land didn’t have any batteries either and he took my number and said if they get any they would call so now I’m very upset I go back to San Gabriel and give them the other battery to charge as well th n com back a couple days later to find out that neither of the batteri s I just bought from San Gabriel are no good won’t take a charge and ask d again n if I purchased 2 new ones can I get the full amount of my original purchase said no only the core charge but he see what he could do told me he can give me 2 cranking batteries with a 6month warranty so I took them however there not what that’s needed for my rv a couple of days later Tony the manager at sun land Tod me he found to rv type batteries but were smaller the the regular rv batteries I think d him what San Gabriel gave me he said that’s wrong would work for me but to bring those 2 back to him for the core charge and I would get the smaller ones so I had to uninstall the batteries again take them to sun land to exchange and had to install them again and I hav no limbs I’m disabl d so had to pay some each time I had to take out and have put back in do to the fact of this battery situation I received a parking ticket 103.00 dollars for the ticket since I couldn’t move my rv I still don’t have the right size batteries yet all this has cost me a mint and since I’m disabled I’ve gone threw very drastic stress and hell going threw all this I’m ready to call th advocate for disabled people of California my number is 626 469 1723 jlsinc13@ Gmail .com please assist me in handling this venture the transaction number of this whole ordeal is 151845 I don’t understand what good is a warranty when they won’t abide by it thank you

  • Diana P. May says:

    I have spent 7 months attempting the get a warranty service on an MT 24F Interstate battery that was bought at a vendor in Westhampton, Central Richmond, Virginia. The battery was no good and failed in 5 days. The vendor told me to contact Interstate on Pouncey Tract Road in Glen Allen, Virginia. The service was rude, gang only I suspect and they tried to itemize the on site repair guaranteed as “free 24 month warranty service with replacement ” which was nothing of the sort.

    They keep ignoring me now that we have called the AG of Virginia in on them for not showing up or properly handling the matter trapping someone who had 2 batteries from Interstate go out in 3 weeks. The first one provided was a SUV or boat battery the second was correct. There is nothing wrong with the vehicle they are just fooling around with the gangs and I am not in the gangs.

    Do you have another warranty service Interstate location in Richmond, Virginia that can come to the car at 6000 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia this week and simply install another MT 24F and reset the electric windows because it is raining into the vehicle, the windows are open on one side because the battery is totally dead. Am I pissed. Yes indeed.

    Please provide someone who is not gang only or black only.

    Thank you,
    Diana May

  • Tony Singh says:

    I have trucking business and I purchase around 500 Interstate batteries per Year from Stockton CA branch. Before they will fix battery which is under warranty for one year. Now they refuse to do so. They are making excuses and blaming that we give back battery for no reason. I talked to them multiple times but no help. I asked then what does this one year warranty stand for. Very upset and unhappy with the service. Finally I moved to a different Dealership.

  • Apfaywi38@yahoo.com says:

    I’m contacting you about one of your locations located in Indianapolis Indiana on the 21st and Shadeland Avenue.I work anywhere from 12 to 18 hour shifts rest is important to me every weekend the alarm system goes off at this location I have spoken with the store manager and he continues to happen I don’t know if you’re getting other complaints from the neighborhood but it’s really annoying to me is there anyway you could take care of this issue

  • Cecil thompson says:

    I used your batteries for years the batteries I have from you lately have been junk!! I have got diesel trucks and atvs I farm don’t have time to keep replacing batteries so I went with someone else get batteries where they used to be!!


    i called for a local dealer and spoke to a salesman in the san jose calif.area, his name is Jose, he set me up for consignment with driver Keith, when i met keith at the shop he refused to give me a consignment account, said shops were stealing batteries, and he would not help me. I have a roadside assistance business and i have been in business for 12 years, what a slap in the face i got.

  • Robert Schwarz says:

    I bought a new battery in Springfield Mo. May of this year. It failed in June and took it back to the store.to be replaced. Your testing procedure takes from Wednesday to Mon. or Tue. Every one else replaces it the same day. This is keeps me from using my boat and I am not happy. This will probably be my last product from you.

  • Jeff Vallosio says:

    Kudos on the “spread God’s love” ad I saw Thursday night on the Fox Ingraham show. Nicely done.
    Not so good (website) that finding an email or phone number to compliment you was frustrating…..

  • Marlene says:

    Thank you so much for your commercial about spreading God’s love. Your boldness is to be commended and it’s so needed.

  • A Zeidner says:

    I will never again deal with this company and it’s Chinese junk products. Sold me the incorrect batteries and then WOULD NOT honor their own published warranties!! Never again, after 30 + years as a customer, NEVER AGAIN!!

  • merrill says:

    god’s love in a battery commercial? you have to be F U C K I N G K I D D I N G ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Marlene says:

      Sad that God’s love makes you angry. I’m not an employee of Interstate Battery. Just feel sorry for you.

  • John Petrucelli says:

    I saw your ad and was heartened to know that there are people willing to express the value of fundamental human behavior that is slipping away. This is not liberal or conservative. What you are referencing is basic human decency. Thank you.

  • D and D says:

    We just saw your commercial on Fox News….about loving. We were so happy to see that you are not afraid of mentioning the Bible or loving others. We will search for your batteries!!

  • Dennis says:

    I want to commend Interstate Batteries for their faith-based commercial. It is good to see a corporation have the courage to stand up for faith. I don’t attend church but I am a Christian and gladly share my faith with anyone who is open to Gods Word. I never impose on those who are not open to it.
    Thank You, Dennis

  • Terri says:

    We live in a small town in Iowa and I recently saw a commercial on tv for interstate battery. It was about being kind to each other and having God bring us back to being like that. I was SO thrilled to see a commercial like this. I commend your company for stepping out of the norm (which is sad I even have to say that) and bringing God back !!!! Please keep up the great job and I will certainly recommend your company to everyone I know!

  • Nathan says:

    I just want to recognize the entire Interstate Team at the Interstate Batteries of Hawaii, located at 94-120 Leokane St., Waipahu HI 96797. Year after year, each and everyone from the drivers like Roberto, everyone at the warehouse to the Managers and Supervisors like German, Paul and Eric do a phenomenal job. Anywhere from making deliveries on time, and going out of the way and delivering Hot/Rush orders even on the same day. I cant ask for anymore of support from this team. I just want them to be recognized for everything they do and continue you to do.


  • TAW says:

    Your Wauwatosa WI location after picking up and testing some interstate batteries for me I requested the cores back and would pay core charge so I could go back to store I purchased them at / mysteriously could not find the batteries after telling me Joe in the warehouse had them on the side for pick up something is very fishy I think batteries may have still been good / NOT VERY HAPPY at how this went

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