Where is King Soopers Corporate office Headquarters

King Soopers Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1014 Vine Street
    Cincinnati, OH 45202
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 513-721-7285
  • Fax Number: 303.333.8180
  • Email: giftcards@kroger.com
  • Number of Employees: 449000
  • Established: 1947
  • Founder: Lloyd J. King and Charles W. Houchens
  • Key People: William Rodney McMullen

King Soopers Headquarters Location & Directions

King Soopers Headquarters Executive Team



William Rodney McMullen

Chairman & CEO

John Michael Schlotman

Executive VP & CFO

Michael J. Donnelly

Executive VP & COO

Gary Millerchip

Chief Executive Officer of Personal Finance

Liz Ferneding

Ruler Division President

Valerie Jabbar

President of Ralphs Division

Bruce A. Lucia

President of Atlanta Division

Matthew Perin

Head of Government Relations & Regulatory Affairs

Stephen M. McKinney

Senior Vice President of Retail Divisions

Mark C. Tuffin

Senior Vice President of Retail Divisions

About King Soopers, History and Headquarters Information

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  • kelly says:

    Surprised to see you now charge a fee to get cash back using a debit card.
    No communication to customers, just make the change…BAD PR.
    I will now shop elsewhere.
    Congratulations on loosing a $15,000.00/year customer over a few pennies!

  • Harold says:

    You make millions of dollars, now that is not enough, you have to charge us for money back transactions. I will shop elsewhere. Fuck You!!!!

  • Darla Swan says:

    I have been a King Soopers customer for over fourty years. I shop at the Colemine and Pierce store in LIttleton Co. Why, I remember when this store was built. I was at the check out on Nov. 7th and when I wanted twenty extra in cash, there was a .50 cent charge. WHAT? I was charged for receiving money back! Who get this “extra” charge? Souldn’t you have let the cumtomer know ahead of time? What is the reason for this? An explination would be appreciated.

  • Ellen Alexander says:

    Store Wadsworth/Jewell, worst mess I’ve ever seen since 1980. Dirty, cluttered, no room for buggies, never stocked well, and it seems to be getting worse!!! Do something constructive!!!

  • James says:

    your latest thing is to charge a transaction fee if this is your practice I will just start shopping somewhere else for you making it inconvenient To get a couple dollars in cash

  • bobbob says:

    Dear King Soopers; You have sales, these sale’s, that require everyone to buy 5 like items, to achieve some kind of savings. This thing is kind of stupid. Get rid of these sales of “5”.
    Divide them by 3 different categories instead. I mean, right now you have peanut butter with pasta?
    The is the reason no one can figure out the maze of requirements needed to save a few cents at King Soopers.
    The second thing is that I know why you lose shoppers to Wal-Mart is this saving thing; “ONLY ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY SALE”. Well, people can’t shop just “only on Friday or Saturday”…. AND… KING SOOPERS IS NOT FAMILY TIME!!!!!!
    Have your advertised sales run from Wednesdays thru Tuesday the next week. That way we all get to shop at King Soopers.

  • Citizen Militia says:

    I work all week and walk into your stores with my lawfully owned and carried sidearm. I spend weekly over 500 dollars to feed my family and I really liked your store. Now? looking at how I dropped over $2000 a month and totaling over 24,000.00 dollars a year only to have you decide to tell me I am not welcome in your store if I exercise my right to carry? My money has been banned from crossing your store’s threshold in response. You are demanding that your in store “victims” be unarmed. That will keep away the now informed dopers and homeless who prey on the unarmed and weak alike. You’re so smart! We have a pool going at work on who will be targeted first. Cruel? So is disarming me just so I can buy food.

  • Troy Bland says:

    I visited King Sooper store #14 in Aurora Colorado located on 6th avenue and Peoria approximately 4pm to shop for a few items. I ordered a two piece chicken dinner, instead of giving me the dinner so I could continue shopping, the employee named Tina insisted I pay immediately as apposed to finishing my shopping. After I had to walk to the other end of the store and back to complete my shopping to pay for everything and it took time away from other customers. The lady who checked me out said it is the store policy to require payment at purchase do to frequent theft. No other King Sooper I visit has this policy. I am a 58 year old disabled black man that requires a cane to walk. There is absolutely no way I could steal anything even if I had wanted to. I personally feel that it was because I am a black man. I am deeply offended, I have made King Sooper my primary store for better than 30 years. With such an insult I am seriously considering the competition. Finding a place where there is quality customer service.

    • Citizen Militia says:

      When I worked at King Soopers I was told to keep an eye on the blacks and poor looking people. This happened in Colorado Springs but it was no different. They do profile blacks.

  • Mr.Jones says:

    Right now I’m writing a letter to a CPO of king Soopers to see if I can get an issue settled that happen to me at a store here in Colorado Springs , Store .
    Accused of something and privacy i felt was violated by Manager on duty while putting my information in you pay line.
    This all happen last year almost a year to the day.
    After numerous calls , let’s see if I get a response.

  • Anonymous says:

    Over a year ago I stopped going to this store because it is so dangerous. But I thought maybe the store had become safer. I was wrong. While in the store today a man stepped right in front of me and yelled “Don’t go that way!” I jumped back frightened by his aggressive and hostile demeanor. “Oh my gosh,” I said. “You got something to say you say it,” he yelled. I moved away quickly. About 8 of 10 feet away was a security guard. I told him what had happened even though he had to have heard it. All he said was “Yeah, okay,” without even looking in the direction I indicated or then walking toward the man . From home I called the story manager who said, “Well this is Cap. Hill. We get a lot of people like that in this store.”

  • Mrs. Le Cavalier says:

    Good Afternoon. I went into the Kings Soopers on 58th and Ralston in Arvada November 2, 2018 to purchase 4lbs of Chicken Tenders. It was 10:15 AM. Your lady behind the counter was wonderful, letting me know that the store does not normally make the tenders until 11:00 AM, however she would be happy to accommodate my request.
    The Deli Manager, Lucy (?) said sorry those can not come out until 11:00 AM and we are out of them anyway, we ran out yesterday. I really did not believe that your store could be out of a popular product such as chicken tenders, so I went to speak with the store manager.
    I asked an employee at your self scan if I could speak with the manager. He said what manager? I said I did not know, but how about the store manager. He paged Erica, she called him to see what it was about. He replied he had a guest that wanted to speak to her.
    I was already not happy. I was there to pick up some food for my company and Miss Erica apparently did not see it urgent to see what a customer would want as I waited for over 5 minutes and left.
    This is not been the first time I have had an issue with the Deli.
    If you do not care what your customers are treated like, apparently my business, our companies business is not needed.
    Thank you,

    Mrs. Le Cavalier

  • Michel Godbout says:

    Dear King Soopers
    I commend your decision to stop using plastic bags. But not until 2025? Billions more tons of plastic dumped into our oceans? Could you not collaborate with other major retailers to build a better bag? Something that would decompose within a few weeks? Your loss of sales from customers who won’t give up on plastic may be more than the cost to invent a new bag. Or spend your money to elect that state representative who will pass a bill to mandate no more plastic. What about paper? That was always a better idea environmentally.

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