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Publix Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 3300 Publix Corporate Parkway
    Lakeland, FL 33811
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 863-688-1188
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 193000
  • Established: September 6, 1930
  • Founder: George W. Jenkins
  • Key People: Randall Todd Jones Sr.

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Publix Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Randall Todd Jones Sr.

CEO, President & Director

David P. Phillips

Executive VP, CFO, Treasurer & Director

David E. Bornmann

Senior Vice President

Jeffrey G. Chamberlain

Senior Vice President of Real Estate & Facilities

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  • Terence Flannery says:

    Mr. Randall Todd Jones Sr.
    CEO Publix.

    Dear Mr. Randall Todd Jones Sr.,

    My wife and I shop regularly at Publix – we like the convenience, the great products and the excellent service. We would like to be more “green” in how we purchase products.

    I am writing to you to ask you to try to influence how products are packaged. I’m sure that you are well aware of how much plastic is impacting our environment – Just today there was an article about a dead whale that washed ashore (in Indonesia)— it died because it had eaten 88 pounds of plastic waste. I feel that we are guilty in contributing to this problem by using the plastic bags (at the checkout) and the plastic in all the packaging on the products that we buy. We would like to see an end to this excessive use of plastic.

    I believe that you and those that you can influence or sway can bring pressure to bear on either the manufacturers, the politicians or both. I would like to see an environmental impact tax on packaging that is tiered – possibly bringing a tax credit to those that really use 100% recyclable packaging and those that make no effort to improve should receive punitive taxes. If you and your fellow merchandisers get together on this, there is no telling what sort of impact you can make. It will possible make the world a better place for our children’s children.

    Thank you for your consideration

    Terence Flannery

    terry_flannery@comcast.net

     
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