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Where is Marie Callenders Corporate office Headquarters

Marie Callenders Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 27101 Puerta Real, Mission Viejo, CA 92691, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 949-448-5300
  • Fax Number: 901-766-6482
  • Email: mccustomerservice@prkmc.com
  • Number of Employees: 7364
  • Established: 1930
  • Founder: Cal Warren Callender
  • Key People: Jeffrey D. Warne

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Marie Callenders Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Jeffrey D. Warne

Chief Executive Officer, President and Member of the Board of Managers

Jim Frank

Chief Operating Officer

Richard K. Arras

President of Perkins Restaurants & Bakeries

Toni Quist

Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Training

Lawrence D. Taylor

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Donald F. Wiseman

Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel

About Marie Callenders, History and Headquarters Information

The company was founded in the year 1930. The company has been currently active for more than 89 years now. The founder of this company is Cal Warren Callender. The main aim of the company was to manufacture and sell a wide range of bakery products such as pies and various other items and also provide restaurant services to its customers. Headquarters: 27101 Puerta Real, Mission Viejo, CA 92691, USA.

Marie Callender's is a company based in America which mainly focuses on providing the best bakery products and restaurant services. The company has more than 7000 employees working under it. The company currently has Jeffrey D. Warne as its Chief Executive Officer and President and also Jim Frank as its Chief Operating Officer.

Marie Callender's provides its services on various types of bakery products and also restaurant type services which include pies and different other desserts, facilities for breakfast, lunch and dinner and bar cum, etcetera. It also provides the facilities for banquet halls as well.

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  • David LeRoy says:

    I received a phone call from Anna the manager from the San Pedro location, still felt like I was pushed a side and was told, sir that’s our policy, very poor customer service, I will not be returning to this establishment, i also will be placing my yelp review, on how poorly I was treated as a frequent patron,
    Thank you for having this rude manager call me to make my experience worst, I’m shocked and embarassed to even had talked with her, she could of handle this with more class, I would of been happy with a sincere apology,
    David LeRoy

    On Jun 26, 2019 at 7:00 PM, wrote:

    Dear David Leroy,

    Thank you for contacting Marie Callender’s. We have forwarded your request to the appropriate management team. If you have any further inquiries or suggestions in the future, please share them with us. Our goal is to continuously improve the Marie Callender’s experience and to keep you as regular guest.

    Sincerely,
    Marie Callender’s Guest Services Manager

     
  • David Sharbutt says:

    Incident #353152 and #352912

    From: David Sharbutt
    Sent: Monday, April 1, 2019 11:31 AM

    To: Henry Bouchot. Whittier City Council
    Chief Jeff Pieper, Whittier Police Chief

    Subject: Incident at Marie Callendar’s

    Henry,

    I need to make you aware of this matter.

    On Feb 22 I went to the bar at Marie Callendar’s on Washington Blvd for Happy Hour.

    I was the victim of a con scam and management did nothing about it.

    A woman sitting next to me offered a friend a drink and then one for me. She appeared to be intoxicated.
    When it came time to leave she said she could not pay her bill and to avoid embarrassment I covered it.
    I later complained to the management that she was intoxicated and that they should not be serving her any more.
    I estimated from the bill $48.37 that she had about 8-10 large beers.

    The manager Mary Cleary said “she would take care of me”. I did not hear anything for three weeks and filed an official complaint with their corporate office. She called me Friday and said her investigation showed that employees were complaining about me and asked me not to return.

    I was the victim of a criminal act and there have been no complaints about me since 2005 when I have been a customer. Another regular customer told me that he knew the woman would walk out without paying.

    I just want you to be aware of this as I have witnessed them serving intoxicated customers before.

    I want Marie’s to reimburse me for the $48.37 bill that this intoxicated woman could not pay.

    I will not return because of the unfair way I was treated and the low caliber drunks that inhabit the bar.

    Thanks

    David Sharbutt
    13512 Murphy Hill Drive
    Whittier, CA 90601
    562-693-2075
    dpsharbutt@hotmail.com

    please share with Mayor Joe V.

     
  • Joan Sokol says:

    Just had the Beef potpie and I counted 3 slivers of celery and a carrot and a half. My husband had Turkey, loaded. What a difference. Thanks, Joan p.s I bought these at Walmart, not at your restaurant.

     
  • carol hastings says:

    purchased the chicken teriyaki. there was no teriyaki sauce in the food. 5014 8192 10 c1 11 17est p45. been buying for years. but will not if i have anymore problems.

     
  • Don Wren says:

    This is a question not a comment—Why is there no Thanksgiving dinner for two that a person can order as we no longer have a family in close proximity to order more than that and we do not want to waste anything that is not eaten==???

     
  • Rebecca C says:

    Why have you been adding so much pepper in your individual dinners lately? I’ve been eating your dinners for years I take them to work and eat them at home when I’m too tired to cook my grandkids even like them. But lately there
    has been so much pepper I have to take a drink every time I take a bite. People can always and more salt and pepper if they like but you can’t take it out. I know a lot of people like hot food nowdays putting hot sauce on everything. But there is still alot of us that like the milder foods and like I said my grandchildren and great grandchildren use to eat these with me but they can’t any more. And it’s not just some of the dinners it seems to be too much in all the dinners I’ve been buying for years. I hope you will consider going back to the old recipes
    I hate to have to switch to another brand. Maybe your new taste testers like there foods on the hot side and can’t tell the difference.

     
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