Where is Kohls Corporate office Headquarters

Kohls Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: N95W18000 Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 262-251-9075
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 1,50,000
  • Established: 1962
  • Founder: Maxwell Kohl
  • Key People: Michelle Gass  (CEO)

Kohls Headquarters Location & Directions

Kohls Headquarters Executive Team



Michelle D. Gass

CEO & Director

Sona Chawla

COO & President

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About Kohls, History and Headquarters Information


Kohls was founded in the year 1962. The company has been operational for 56 years now. The founder of the company was Maxwell Kohl. The founder of the company who had previously operated traditional grocery stores since the year 1927, started his own first supermarket in the year 1946. It was known as Kohl's Food Store. In the year 1972, Batus Incorporated had acquired a controlling share in Kohls' Corporation. During that time, the company had 50 grocery stores, along with six departmental stores, three liquor and drug stores as well. In the year 1979, the Kohl Family left the management of the company. Kohl was then expanded slowly and steadily over the next few years. The grocery stores of the company were sold to A&P, which was operating under the name Kohl's Food Store and was later renamed to Kohl's Food Emporium. As of the year 2003, A&P had closed all Kohl's Food Stores. The company had become a limited public entity in the year 1992.

During the 2000s, the company expanded throughout the USA, in over 49 states. Then in the year 2006, the company had sold its credit card division to JP Morgan Chase, for about $1.5 billion. In the year 2011, the company replaced JP Morgan with Capital One for their private credit card processing partner. The company also hired an advertising agency, known as DeVito/Verdi in the year 2009, in order to strengthen the brand's name. In the year 2012, the company was awarded $62.5 million in tax credits from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. As of the year 2015, the company launched its OFF/AISLE chain of stores, for selling new clothing apparels, jewellery, home goods, and other accessories as well. In 2017, the shares of the company had fallen 19 per cent in value. The same year, the company also entered into a partnership with Amazon. The headquarters of the company is based in N95W18000 Appleton Avenue. The name of the place is Menomonee Falls, while the name of the state is Wisconsin, USA. The pin code of the area is 53051.


Kohl’s is an American company that focuses on providing the platform for its customers to shop for various kinds of apparels, footwear, accessories and a lot more types of items and products as well. The current CEO and the director of the company are Michelle Gaas. As of the year 2018, the total sales revenue generated by the company is more than $20.2 billion. Also, the number of employees currently employed by the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 85,000. The company has its presence in over 1,150 locations, all over the USA.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have the retail presence in order to purchase various products offered by the company, in its own departmental stores. Such products include footwear, clothing, bedding, furniture, jewellery, beauty, electronics, housewares, beauty products and a lot more other categories as well.

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  • Cathy says:

    Today is to mandatory face mask. Well I was in their and others did not have face mask. I will no longer shop their.

  • Mary Presley says:

    I called Kohls headquarters two weeks ago and was told that someone would get back to me. That never happened. Here is my story once again. I purchased an item at Kohls in Wentzville, MO, on December 2, 2019. The tax amount on the item was 8.95%. I returned the item on January 7, 2020, and the amount refunded was less than what I paid. I asked why and was told that the city of Wentzville, MO, changed the tax on January 1, 2020, and they (Kohls) couldn’t do anything about it. The tax amount on the refunded item was 5.95%. I then went to a department in Kohls to shop and made a purchase. The tax amount on this purchase was 9.95%. I called the city of Wentzville and spoke to someone in the finance department. The 8.95% paid in 2019 is correct and the 9.95% paid in 2020 is correct. The 2020 tax amount reflects a 1% TIF tax. The 5.95% tax amount that I was refunded is not due to the city of Wentzville. This is a Kohls issue. This is where I called Kohls and told my story to someone in customer service. And never heard back. I am now contacting the Attorney General of Missouri as this is considered tax fraud. Imaging all the returns made from January 1, 2020, and forward that only received a credit amount on the 5.95% tax. That’s a lot of money that Kohls kept for themselves. This is why I will never have a Kohls credit card and will try my best to not shop there again.

  • wendy says:

    have literally never in my life had such horrible customer service. tried to get ahold of a manager to discuss which is proving impossible. kohls is my favorite store and I was a long time card holder but I am beyond upset by my experience, I cant imagine ever shopping there again, and I am a personal shopper so it makes it hurt my heart….

  • Beverley says:

    My experience at kohl’s was soo negative and racist that I would no longer support this company.

  • Justme796 says:

    Hello — Not sure where to direct this to. Firstly, I want to say I’m a huge fan of Kohls and have been for a long time. The problem was that when I was shopping and pulling jeans to try on, I noticed they ran small. And after taking them to the dressing room, I realized they were 3 to 4 sizes too small. This was various brands too. Seems like your sizing has always been pretty close, but these are way out of the ballpark.

  • Marla Miller says:

    First I would like to I always loved shopping at Kohl’s. Staff has always been friendly and very helpful. Today was a different story. My husband and I shopped at the coral square store in Coral Springs Fl. Not my favorite location as staff are not what I am accustomed to but it was closest. We went to the register and our purchase totaled $179. I had $30 in Kohl’s cash that apparently expired 5/27/19 and was not accepted. I asked to see a manger and cashier was very snippy. Manger came and would not accept it. I said in the past it has been overrided. He refused to do it because it was 12 days past expiration. I did not realize it was valid only 10 days after and he shot back you should have used it by expiration date and walked away. So after I felt like I had been slapped in the face I canceled my order and just purchased items with my rewards. I then went to Macy’s and bought my other items. I’m frustrated with Kohl’s as I have also recently placed online order and wrong items were sent twice and I’m waiting for third shipping. I’m seriously considering canceling my account when I finally get the right item.

  • Lloyd Schaefer says:

    I am a long time customer of Kohl’s with an excellent credit card history. Several months ago I over paid my account balance in the amount of $55.00. Since then I have made several phone calls in an attempt to get MY $55.00. On 3 occasions I have been told a check would be sent within 7-10 business days—yet it never comes. I realize that $55.00 is probably a small amount to you–HOWEVER I am on Social Security and that amount would pay my water bill OR perhaps a weeks worth of grocery’s. In case you are interested or even care my account number is 087-0626-512. At least give me the courtesy of extending me a reply with an answer to my request for the return of MY $55.00.

    • carl holtz says:

      I am going thru the same thing mine was for over 183 dollars when I paid my account in full to catch up-It was taken out twice and when I asked about my refund they said the same thing-
      7-10 days- I wrote a letter to the CEO and have not received a reply- Cancelled my account-
      they will not keep customers doing this.Very disappointed because I liked Kohls.
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  • CTL Chicago says:

    Dear Ms. Michelle Gass –

    I recently applied to your Bucktown store in Chicago, IL. A group interview was conducted by Gary, the store HR. Before the the conclusion of the interview we were instructed to look for an email the following week (last week). I talked to Gary immediately following the interview. He offered me an opportunity to work for Kohl’s. He asked me to look for the email the following week. I never received it. I called Gary the next week to find out the status of this email. He said left a message with HR and call me back the following day. He didn’t. I called him early the following week. Gary said he hadn’t heard from HR yet but he would get back to me. I was still very interested in working for Kohl’s. Yesterday I again called Gary. I was hung up on by the operator twice and I also waited several minutes. Gary told me not to rule out on his hearing from HR and from me hearing from him. I then told him I just accepted another job offer. He said the company may have capped for holiday hiring. If that’s true, why wouldn’t he already know this information? If he wasn’t informed, why wasn’t this info communicated to him? Gary went on to say that hiring at the Bucktown store would resume sometime in February or March – that he would call me personally to get me on board at Kohl’s. Why should believe this? Most of the talk seems disingenuous now. I’m very hurt and extremely disappointed.

    Two things:

    1. You’ve lost a true Kohl’s customer.

    2. The company has lost a true opportunity to hire and work with someone with over thirty years
    experience in customer service who has excellent customer service skills, a strong
    communicator. Someone who has solving and managerial skills. Personable. Someone
    who exceeds all quotas, knows how to generate sales and knows how to really make things

    Be Well.


  • D. Carlisle says:

    I would like to send you a picture of one of your store that I was at today.
    Which was ridiculous and very dangerous. Every aisle filled with boxes!

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