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Where is Leslies Poolmart Inc Corporate office Headquarters

Leslies Poolmart Inc Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 2150 E Baseline Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85042, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 602-323-5804
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 5,000
  • Established: 1963
  • Founder: Phil Leslie
  • Key People: Lawrence H. Hayward (CEO)

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Leslies Poolmart Inc Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Michael Egeck

Chief Executive Officer

Jason Richard

Chief Technology Officer

Steve Weddell

Chief Financial Officer

About Leslies Poolmart Inc, History and Headquarters Information

Leslie is one of the most popular and largest suppliers of swimming pool services and equipment in united states. Apart from the swimming pool establishment company provides all pool related maintenance services and products such as cleaning, maintaining pools, chemicals and safety equipment. The company is spread over 910 locations of more than 35 states in united states and having the employee strength of 2500. The headquarter of the company is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Leslies poolmart founded by Phil Leslie in 1963 in North Hollywood of Los Angeles. The company acquired by a private firm L Catterton in 2017. Leslie poolmart Inc has a large set of products in the list that includes all pool related products like chemicals, safety items, masks and services includes maintenance, pool covers, gamelounge etc. The Leslies have proved itself to be the best pool retailer in the market. The company markets and promotes through e-commerce website using which customer can request for any services or any query. The company claims to have great Customer support.

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  • CMixon says:

    I went to your Metairie, Louisiana store to purchase some items for my pool.
    Over the years I have used this location. My pool service company uses Leslie’s
    products. While at the counter I asked f they had a bathroom, young man at the counter said no they did not. I asked if a bathroom access granted under Louisiana Law. Another clerk spoke up and said no
    only restaurants were required to provide a rest room. He followed up with a smart remark that I was wrong to ask question . He was very rude in his response.
    No problem, I left everything at counter and walked out and will not be back. I will also have this
    discussion with the company that services my pool.

     
  • Lois Pathman says:

    I sent a letter via email to your headquarters about a defective pool thermometer. The response I got was unacceptable. My old pool thermometer lasted about 10 years. The first Leslie one broke after a month. The replacement one broke after about 3 weeks. The red line indicator went off the grid both times. The cases remained intact. They were floating in the water the entire time. I want a refund of the 14.99 plus tax on my visa. The store clerk and manager refused to do this saying that the purchase was made over two weeks ago. Seriously, is this the way you stand behind a defective product? If yes, I will air my dissatisfaction with your business with the Better Business Bureau, on Yelp, Facebook, etc.

     
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