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Where is Levi Strauss Company Corporate office Headquarters

Levi Strauss Company Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1155 Battery St, San Francisco, CA 94111, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 415-501-7208
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 40,000
  • Established: 1853
  • Founder: Levi Strauss
  • Key People: Chip Bergh (CEO)

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Levi Strauss Company Headquarters Executive Team



Charles Victor Bergh

President, CEO & Director

Harmit J. Singh

CFO & Executive VP

Carrie Ask

Executive VP & President of Global Retail

About Levi Strauss Company, History and Headquarters Information

Clothing company especially Known for its very popular brand of denim jeans Levi's jeans. Levi Strauss company was established 166 years ago in May 1853 by Levi Strauss. It is a worldwide popular clothing brand known for quality jeans for men and women. Though the company has started in the late 80's but it succeeded to get more popularity in the early '90s. It ruled the market of clothing in the era of 1960s - 1980s when Blue denim jeans craze started. The company had grown immensely in the 1990s and became a Brand. However, after facing healthy competition in subsequent years it has managed to maintain its brand value in the market. In 2002, the company decided to have collaboration with Walmart for producing Signature jeans. It has got over 16000 employees strength. At present company is providing quality stuff of a wide range of products which includes jeans, shorts, trousers, sweaters, sweatshirts, T-shirts, jumpsuits and what not. All these products are available in category wise like slim, skinny, straight or bootcut. Company has proven itself to the market and get a tag of a trendsetter.

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  • Dawn says:

    I have 4 pair of Levi’s 505 that have all tore at the edge of the back pocket. Hardly worn either before this happened. I am in the process of returning them in hopes that something will be done. Levi’s are expensive but the quality as of the last few I purchased are horrible

  • Jackie Scott says:

    I use to work at Levi Strauss in 1982 where employees received a discount on a certain day of the week. Are they still doing this?

  • Marlene Frederick says:

    I was told over 3 months ago I would get shipping labels to send 4 defective pairs of Levi’s back and have yet to receive them

  • Michael Lee bowen says:

    I have a request for your jeans …..I’m 57 I’ve worn your jeans all my life I’d like to ask a favor ………

  • pissed off says:

    i have called twice, no return call.is this your customer service. then i called the store branch there in SF rude people.

  • Calvin says:

    Charles Victor Bergh,why cant I call? all I get is busy signal,(damn ) 527 boot cut cords help me find them,someone email me from corp.

  • Calvin says:

    I bought my 1st pair in 1969 at 13, my mom couldn’t afford it, so i got a job throwing papers and saved, been wearing them ever since. I am looking for 517 boot cut cords. need help finding.

  • Mo says:

    I want my old Levis back. I don’t want spandex, they do not look good on everyone, they are too hot in the warmer months and they sag in the seat/legs after one wear. I want the jeans that sit at my hips, because I’m long waisted and all the jeans now are high waisted and don’t fit me. I want the jeans that get more faded and softer after each washing, and that last for years and years. Where can I find my old Levi’s? Please bring them back. And I’m not the only one who’s looking for them… 501s…505s…515s… Please let me know, I just turned 60 and I’m not going to be around forever. But my classic cotton Levis could be…


    My son has been wearing Levi’s since a young man. Now at 56 he continues to wear Levi’s…BUT THE QUALTY IS NOT GOOD! His last two pairs (bought at Kohl’s) did not have quality denim.
    After only a short time, one of the back pockets came apart, like someone took a pair of scissors and cut the pocket. Another pair after only a couple of wearings, the fabric tore in the back. I the fabric is not the quality it was at one time. I think my son should receive some form of compensation as Levi’s are expensive and the quality not good. I cannot return them as he does not have the receipt from Kohl’s and I don’t think they would take them back. He wears the 505 in size 38, 34-length

  • Susan McGrath says:

    I purchased from Sears three pair of men’s jeans. The two 505 in dark blue after one washing have white spots all over them where the dye has left the material. I at first thought it might be soap that did not rinse so I took a cloth and rubbed the areas and the cloth turned blue. I cannot return them to Sears since all sales there are final. I am asking you what is the manufacturers policy since they are defective. Please let me know what I can do to be reimbursed.

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