Where is Polaris Corporate office Headquarters

Polaris Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 2100 Hwy 55, Medina, MN 55340, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 763-542-0500

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 15,000

  • Established: 1954

  • Founder: Edgar Hetteen, Allen Hetteen, David Johnson

  • Key People: Gregory Palen, (Chairman)

Polaris Headquarters Location & Directions

Polaris Headquarters Executive Team



Scott W. Wine

Chairman & CEO

Michael T. Speetzen

Executive VP of Finance, CFO & Principal Accounting Officer

Michael D. Dougherty

President of International

About Polaris, History and Headquarters Information


Polaris was founded in the year 1954. The company has been operational for almost 65 years now. The founders of the company were David Johnson, Allen Hetteen and Edgar Hetteen. The company had started developing a small consumer-sized, front-engined snowmobile to compete with the Ski-Doo in the early 1960s. Then in the year 1964, the company had released the Comet. The new model, which was the 1965 Mustang, became a hit as a family snowmobile and boosted Polaris sales as well. The company continued to develop snowmobiles similar to this model throughout the 1960s-1970s and went on to become one of the leaders in the snowmobile industry as well.

In the earlier parts of the 1980s, the company started creating an Indy-style snowmobile with IFS and also a wider stance. During the late 1990s, the company had introduced the Polaris Rocky Mountain King. Then in the year 2009, the company had announced the creation of an On-Road Vehicle Division. The new division will be devoted mainly to the growth of Victory motorcycles and other on-road products and brands from the company as well. In the year 2010, the company had introduced the Polaris Rush snowmobile which had a new suspension system and also better trail handling capabilities as well. This snowmobile was also available with retro graphics on the Rush and IQ models too. During the year 2005, the company had announced that it would purchase a portion of KTM Motorcycles as well. Then in the year 2010, the company had announced that it was opening a new manufacturing plant in Mexico too. The sister facility in Osceola, Wisconsin, USA, will still remain in full operation as well. The opening of the new Monterrey, Mexico facility was anticipated to save the company $30 million annually, with most of that savings coming from lower wages too as well. As of the year 2011, the company had announced an investment in Brammo – which was an electric vehicle company based in Ashland, Oregon, USA. In the year 2012, all the production restarted on the Indy-named sledges as well. By the year 2013, the company had announced that it acquired Aixam-Mega -which was a French quadricycle manufacturer. Two years later in the year 2015, the company had announced it would be opening a new 600,000 square-foot facility in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, which will be employing almost more than 1,700 workers. By the year 2016, the company had acquired Taylor-Dunn, which was a manufacturer of industrial vehicles based in California, USA. By the year 2018, the company had reentered the production of boats by purchasing Boat Holdings for almost $805 million. The headquarters of the company is based in 2100 Highway 55. The name of the place is Medina, while the name of the state is Minnesota, USA. The pin code of the area is 55340.


Polaris is an American company that focuses on the designing and manufacturing of various kinds of snowmobiles, electric vehicles and also ATVs as well. The current CEO and chairman of the company are Scott W Wine. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $5.4 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 11,000.


The primary services provided by the company include the manufacturing and designing of various kinds of commercial vehicles, including snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, moto-roadsters, commercial vehicles, tactical vehicles, automotive parts, etcetera.

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  • Northern Minnesota Miner says:

    Very disappointed, as a lifelong Polaris guy and Northeastern Minnesota taconite miner, to see your company support the Boundary Waters Extremists. We all want clean water and a good environment, we mine here and do it safely. Our lakes and rivers our cleaner than most metropolitan city areas but the extremist Boundary Waters group you are showing support for is foolish. You guys realize they are anti combustion motors, anti mining for the steel in your machines etc. on the iron range us miners make very good wages and many of us enjoy our recreational toys. Needless to say many of us own Polaris vehicles. Not anymore, you may pet the dog that bites you but us miners that make our living up here do not. You should really think about who and what you suppose!

  • Rich Luzovich says:

    Very disappointed in seeing Polaris signing on to save the boundary waters Minnesota . All anti mining. You are going to cut off the hand that feeds you. I’m a life long Polaris buyer. From sleds to atv to sxs. Our club in northern mn is probably 90% Polaris owners. Many clubs many members . I hope many reach out to show our disgust in your decision. Feel free to reach out to explain. About to cancel 2024 Polaris general deal in the works this week. Don’t get canceled like bud light cause the chatter is very negative right now with the news. Disgruntled Polaris owners.

  • Envision Electric says:

    Stand by your product, that’s all your customers ask for:

    I requesting full compensation for the towing and cost of the factory recall. My dealership is requesting extra compensation for picking up my atv. I am asking that your company stand by your name and product and service my machine at no cost to me. I feel that o should not be penalized for my location relative to the dealership with the extra cost. I’m just asking you to cover the $62.50 and stand by your product.

    Below is the response from my dealership:

    Tried giving you a call and was unable to reach you or leave a VM, you are probably busy. I reached out to Polaris as you requested in lieu of you not wanting to bring your machine to us. They will only pay 1 hour transportation to us to complete this recall on your machine, so this is what we can do. I can have someone come out to your residence to complete the recall work, doesn’t take but about 15 minutes to do the work. However, it is 1 ½ hours to your house and back to the dealership. That leaves a ½ hour out there that we will need to collect from you if you choose to go this route. Our hourly rate is $125, so what I am asking for is $62.50 to make this happen as we don’t want to operate at a loss. I will not charge for the fuel in the service vehicle.

  • Wiliam Rausch says:

    I have a 2021 Sling Shot. I have had my slingshot in the repair shop for over 4 months. Now i am told they needed to do a recall on it and it does nootwork. The service place where i have it old me polaris will not get back to them until next week. I DO NOT LIKE THIS, THIS SHOULD BE TAKE CARE NOW NOT ANOTHER WEEK. RIGHT NOW I AM A VERY UNHAPPY CUSTOMER. This is not a comment i want results.

  • Rick Pukenas says:

    I purchased a,GEM E6 in 2017. A major consideration in purchasing a GEM car is tat is an American made product. I need a new ignition switch and sent my cart to a dealer in Charlotte, NC. The original date for the part was February 18 then March 25 now April 21. We use our GEM car for commercial purposes on our property and I have been unable to operate for almost 90 days. Being American made I assumed parts were readily available, but this is not the case. I reached out to several members of the executive team for help but have heard nothing. I need someone to help in this matter. I have a case number 7298872. Me email address is rpukenas@msn.com.. I would greatly appreciate some help in this matter ASAP. Thank you

  • Polaris lover says:

    I have a 2012 800 Polaris its the bests the RZR ill ever own thank u guys for making Polaris happen

  • George Kretzu says:

    I’m trying to buy. But you don’t have reliable deler. That is responsible to call back you. Need to get new .dealer. that’s. Will sport you brand.
    Shamed if you thing you haven’t

  • George says:

    I am very interested in the new 2020 Sportsman XP 1000 S. Where are they!? No dealers in California, Oregon, and Nevada, have them! The dealers tell me I could put down a non refundable 10% and special order one and maybe get one from the factory?? I don’t think I want to plop down 1500.00 dollars and order a 15000.00 dollar machine without first at least looking at one in person.
    To bad Polaris operates this way, because the 2020 Sportman XP1000S looks like and and is advertised as an awesome machine. But how are they going to sell any if none are available!?

    Thanks for your time and your response,

  • Michael Larowe says:

    My name is Michael Larowe
    Larkin Enterprises Corporation

    I want to become your newest dealer. I have already applied and cleared for zoning. Testes for state of Virginia. Waiting on CO. Love your product. Had a slingshot for a bit. Want more of your product personally and business wise would love to get NEW but will immediately be targeting used which I am licensed to do.

  • James Anderson Sr. says:

    My Name is James Anderson, I recently purchased a (NEW) 2019 Polaris Slingshot SL from Big Delta Sports in Batesville. Ms. This has been one of the most terrible purchase experiences in my entire life. The customer service and sales persons are not customer friendly by no means. and very disrespectful. However, I’m sure after posting this on the website. hopefully that will change. The Amp went out the very day I drove it from the lot. Upon returning the slingshot, I was given an AMP out of one of the used test drive models Slingshots and they sent me on my way. I did not purchase a used Amp, but that’s what I’m paying for. I ordered the Sling shade and a fender when I originally purchased the SL, and two months later it’s still not in. The Sales Person at Big Delta Sports and the owner have been disrespectful and misleading. This is unacceptable!!!! (To them, it’s just business) But I guess I will have to bite the bullet. “BIG CORPORATE AMERICA” . Living off the backs of those that support them. Without us where would they be????????? They don’t give a DAMN about the little people. Don’t be fooled.

  • Vlarence J Dallas says:

    Hello. My name is Clarence Dallas and I have purchased 4 utvs from Midwest Sports center in Farmington Mo. I recently took my 2017 Polaris ranger 900 down for another issue. The buggy had a noise and they told me that it was the timing chain and they needed my permission to pull the engine in which I agreed. After a week or so they informed me I needed a complete engine at 6000.00. I said no way so I went to get it and it cost me 160.00 for them to tear my engine completely apart put it in a cardboard box . I did not agree to having it tore completely apart. The damn thing was running good but now I have a box of crap in which no one will try to put back together for me. If this is the way Polaris operates I will never recommend anyone again. I have sent many of my friends there but never again. This totally unacceptable and I intend to push this issue forward. Thank You Clarence J Dallas.

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