Where is Marshalls Corporate office Headquarters

Marshalls Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1 Worcester Rd, Framingham, MA 01701, USA1 Worcester Rd, Framingham, MA 01701, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 508-872-2684
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 404
  • Established: 1956
  • Founder: Alfred Marshall, Bernard Goldston & Norman Barren
  • Key People: Richard G. Lesser

Marshalls Headquarters Location & Directions

Marshalls Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Richard G. Lesser

President

About Marshalls, History and Headquarters Information

The company was founded in the year 1956. The company has been currently active for more than 63 years now. The founders of this company are Alfred Marshall, Bernard Goldston and Norman Barren. The main aim of the company was to sell apparel and homewares at meager prices. In the year 1976, the company was taken over by Melville Corporation. Under the ownership of Melville Corporation, the company experienced enormous growth from 1977 to the 1980s. The company slowly expanded its operations throughout 42 states, which include Hawaii and several other countries by 1993. In 1995, Marshalls was acquired by TJX, which was the parent company of its rival TJ Maxx, for an amount of around $606 million. Headquarters: 1 Worcester Rd, Framingham, MA 01701, USA.

Marshalls is an American company which mainly focuses on providing homewares and apparel at low prices to its customers. The company has more than 400 employees working under it. The company has Richard G. Lesser as its current President.

Marshalls provides its services on a wide range of apparel and homewares, which include jewellery, bedding, clothing, furniture, footwear and beauty products as well.

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  • Anne says:

    I have a merchandise credit from a few years ago that seems to have expired. I tried to use it today and it has no balance. I never used it. This is not the first time this has happened.

     
  • G.S says:

    I am so unhappy with your employee’s customer service as a whole! I shop at the studio city location on Ventura Bl and your Hollywood location at Hollywood and Highland. I must say not only your inventory was limited,but your employee’s knowledge and attitude was very bad and all wrong! Men’s shoes….what’s up? They could not check in back,they could not order…they did not care? Hollywood…even worse!!! Just a small amount of mens shoes compared with women and children? The said person in charge couldn’t answer any of my questions and didn’t even care to find out? And nothing hopeful for the future? They don’t order? They couldn’t contact corporate? They didn’t care if I was unhappy or got what I came in for??? Not a good habit or policy to follow or have. Please do something about this.And Please get some more hand sanitizer in your store too! Looking foreword to improvements!

    Sincerely,

    An unhappy customer

     
  • Judith Alvarado says:

    I was just in Marshall’s in Bellingham, Wa. One of the cashiers was telling another employee that she was refused her break by someone up higher. That in Washington state is AGAINST THE LAW. This should be reported and addressed as a serious issue. How dare anyone decide if someone is can get their break when it is a law. Think I will report it myself. You need to retrain your upper associates that it is not up to them if an employee get their break or not. SHAME ON THAT PERSON. Personally I think it should be an immediate dismissal.

     
  • Simply B says:

    Went to Marshalls to return a pair of shoes I purchased on 9/3 and today is 9/11. The shoes were to small so I tried to return them for a even exchange. The Manager stated the shoes were used and I could not bring them back I only had the shoes 7 days and tried them on and they were to tight. The lady treated me as if I was trying to get something for free after I spend my money on the shoes, she was also rude walked away and left me at the counter 0ver 7 minutes to look for a pair of shoes I told here were not on the shelf . and there were no others over there as if I was lying. Poor customer service and very disrespectful managers

     
  • Syed Mohiuddin says:

    With over 15 years of retail store management experience. Over the last couple of months, I have been applying for the position of Store Manager at Marshalls through TJX carrers.com, although there were slots open at Streamwood, Ivan stone, Niles and Naperville locations, but after an auto response for the receipt of application, there is not even a single call to review / discuss or evaluate the potentials of the application. Its very demotivating and sad on such assumed actions. Hope looking at this somebody would respond. thanks

     
  • Yana Sorsher says:

    The location at Sunny Island doesn’t not allow to take the carts outside of the store, which makes it very difficult to take purchases to the car

     
  • Doreen Robles says:

    Stop stripping your employees rights away. I will not shop at any store that takes the rights away of others. You can not force your employees to be vaccinated! Covid has a 99.6 recovery rate. Far from a pandemic. Stop being ignorant sheep. YOU ARE 100% RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ADVERSE EFFECTS DUE TO YOUR FORCED VACCINATIONS. OSHA HAS MANDATED THAT POLICY.

    SINCERELY
    EX-SHOPPER!

     
  • Jorge E Toro says:

    Your company sucks no service to customers and much higher prices than when I started purchasing from Marshall’s. To exchange anything is a problem specially when I purchase something on sale and want to exchange for whatever reason at another location and they give u a problem and want to charge me more.

     
  • Dotty Kassler says:

    Please open a store in Kenmore or Town of Tonawanda, New York. There are many suitable buildings that have recently become vacant. The site of the now closed Bon Ton on Delaware Avenue has abundant parking and space. I love shopping at Marshall’s but there is not a conveniently located store where I live in the Town of Tonawanda, NY.14223 or 14217.

     
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