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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
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 193,000
  • Established: September 6, 1930
  • Founder: George W. Jenkins
  • Key People: Randall Todd Jones Sr.

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Randall Todd Jones Sr.

CEO, President & Director

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Brian T. Olsavsky

EVP, CFO, Treasurer & Director

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Senior Vice President

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Jeffrey Chamberlain

Senior Vice President

Charles Roskovich

Senior Vice President

Kevin Murphy

Senior Vice President

John Hrabusa

Senior Vice President

Laurie Douglas

Chief Information Officer & Senior Vice President

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  • Pat Seberle says:

    I have been shopping in Publix for over 25 years and it is very noticeable that especially the backers is going downhill. Cakes aren’t as good, the buttercream is getting much to sweet. Homies are put into plastic bags witch makes them soft instead of a little crispy. The inside is starting to feel stale instead of soft. I shop in 3 different stores and the problems are in all of these stores.
    I have leg problems so your arrows don’t help. I find people wind up being bunched up more then ever. Your the only store doing that and it’s awful. Just the other day while in the store something I needed was only a few steps in the isle so I stepped in to get it, while I was looking for the exact one I wanted several people went by but we’re giving me dirty looks. I’m not the only one not as happy with Publix as we used to be.
    I would rather pay pennies more and have the old Publix back.
    Thank You
    Pat Seberle

     
  • U. CHALMERS says:

    sunday 8/9…5.30pm…used café for my electronic device. Manager lake ella, tallahassee asked me t leave as I’ve been there more than a hr…no signs for time limit…he waited that I leave…saw similar behavior @Ocala to someone else…others I noticed stay in café unlimited time. Staying in my integrity I’m not accepting totalitarian behavior discontinuing my shopping @any Publix location in florida.
    Rev. u. chalmers

     
  • Debb Rhoades says:

    I am very disappointed that our PUBLIX at Chickasaw Trail and Curry Ford Road will be closing. We have shopped at this store since it opened. We know the employees who are very courteous and friendly. Wish we could convince the President to renew the Lease… Lots of people in this neighborhood. I do not care for the one at Lake Underhill and Chickasaw Trail.. (Close that one). Please rethink ..

     
  • Lisa says:

    I am now officially boycotting publix possibly forever. Florida is officially an extreme epicenter of Covid 19 but yet you do not require your customers to wear masks. They have options, they can order from Publix online if they are that opposed to wearing a mask. But you care more about keeping your revenue flowing than you do about the health of your employees and your other customers. I just entered the store in Venice Florida wearing a mask and a small fraction of people have masks on, but most did not! I was horrified. Costco requires masks and they keep everything so clean and so well run, it’s so safe that Cosco will now be getting all of my business. Shame on you for not attempting to be part of the solution!

     
  • M. Gordon Lyons says:

    We shop at your store on Longboat Key and are disguested you are not inforcing wearing masks. Last week 40% of the patrons were not wearing masks and not observing one way aisles. Your regular customers, mostly seniors, are at risk especially when landscape people and other workers come in for lunch.

    I have along history with Publix. George and Charlie would have been very concerned about protecting your elderly customers. Costco is doing this. I ask that you reconsider making this change.

     
  • Jay says:

    MY wife has severe possibilities of getting infected with the virus because she is medical fragile. I do most of the shopping and I wear a mask. It ticks me off that Publix is not mandating masks in the store. Safety should be a priority or people should not be allowed in the store.

     
  • Anna C Brynild says:

    I love Publix whether working there as a young adult or shopping there now as a family. Publix always had a standard and even though the prices are a little higher the quality, customer care, cleanliness and the family environment has always been worth it to us. I am a little disappointed lately because as a mom, wife and someone that values my community and it’s members people are walking in and out of Publix with no mask they are not following spacing rules within the store. It is not fair that we are isolating as a community to be as safe as possible and when I have to go and buy groceries I cannot be safe, Publix needs to take charge of this to ensure the same quality of services and continue the reputation as a family community store and not let people in without some kind of face covering.

     
  • Vito says:

    I don’t understand why are you not requiring all customers and employees to wear masks, you have a responsibility to protect all of your customers, we trust in your policies to do the right thing, but I believe in this situation you failed. I hope you will reconsider changing this policy. I do enjoy shopping in your store since 1980, but I’m left with a bad view of your company. I guess when it’s all said and done it’s about the dollar not the customer. We can count on one thing, your employees telling us “welcome to Publix” “can I help you” “thank you for shopping at Publix “. We can get robots to say that. What we really need is real concern for the customer not some phony lines they learn in Publix school. Thank you Vito

     
  • Grace says:

    I love Publix But We are talking around town .why mask are not being on in store. old and young should have to have them. We went to Costco and one person try to get in with out a mask and they told them they had one for them. We are trying to stay safe We need help form your stores everyone should have them on. HELP

     
  • Ray Benton says:

    so now your store in River Crossing in New Port Richey, Florida on Little Road, has made the shopping a very hard thing for people with handicaps by putting in a bank of coolers that all have doors that are hard to navigate for people in wheel chairs and electric carts. You must get out of your cart or wheel chair so you can use your foot to hold the door open while reaching in to grab your product. Because the door closes automatically on your body. Now they are stocking the store at 12 noon with all sorts of rolling carts that the stock boys use to fill the shelves. This is not fun for handicapped people. I saw nothing wrong with the way it was before and we were able to reach in to open coolers and grab our milk and eggs with ease. It is not fun to shop at that Public anymore and I am thinking of changing stores because of convenience. Thank you for listening, and totally understand about modernizing your stores, but not at this time in my life.
    thank you
    Ray Benton
    salesbound@aol.com
    9036 Warwick Lane
    New Port Richey, Florida 34655

     
  • Ivan Bell says:

    There are so many reasons for Publix to take a leading role in protecting our environment. It is great for your public image. It is the moral, ethical, philosophical and most important, the economical best decision. Florida has by far the most coastline of any state in America. The state also derives most of its income from tourism and there is nothing more powerful than the image of a clean beach or clean shopping center.
    Our governmental entities, whether the state, county or local municipality, are slower to act to bring an end to single use plastic/styrofoam/paper. As a leader in the community Publix can be a leader in the movement to protect our precious environment.
    Right now you claim to save 45 MILLION bags each month. Would increasing that by a factor of 10 look good for Publix? Could you save many millions in dollars each month on purchasing plastic bags. Right now you have to purchase, warehouse and ship them to stores. Imagine all of that disappears when customers bring their own bags.
    Think of the Tens of Millions is profits from selling reusable bags to customer. You could easily purchase in bulk for about $1 and sell them for $3-5 each. Another huge profit center for Publix. Our country and our civilization are reaching a point where we all must face some realities and take significant action. I plead and urge Publix to address this critical issue.

     
  • Raymond Benoit says:

    I went to Publix for a flu shot and was turned down. They didn’t except my medicare card or my VA card. Who turns down a 100% disabled vet? I went to Walgreens and received a flu shot with no problems. Publix can keep their coupon. Lets stat getting better compassionate people.

     
  • DA glennan says:

    You can delete my comments from me I thought this was a private message. I am tired. thanks Doreen Glennan

     
  • DA glennan says:

    Hello again- I received a response. I understand corporate policy. I was so disappointed. I have been a Publix customer for many years and always have held your company in high regard. I guess I am old school but I keep and alligence to certain stores, and Publix is one of them. I do understand and my spouse loves your deli. Alright thanks for your time.

     
  • DA. Glennan says:

    Well, I always respected Publix, since they promote themselves as a empathetic fair employer type company. Unfortunately, since I have been working a Commercial Building Energy Study for the Dept of Energy and EIA. I have realized that they are a company I will no longer support as a customer. My contacts may have been professional, but I received no professional responses what so ever form Publix. They could not provide a 15 minute response of simple energy questions. Therefore as a customer I will starve before I purchase anything at Publix, ever again. The study is for the benefit of our country; nothing more, and Publix could care less. If they really are caring and proactive for th USA they would have responded.

     
  • 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

     
    • DA. Glennan says:

      Good Luck- Publix does not care. Publix could not even answer 15 minutes of questions for important data in an energy study. Kroger’s engineer however, answer 5 (buildings) at 30 minute each for the online survey. Interesting, to see what companies are sincere regarding their commitment to our environment. Regarding your comment- I agree we need to implement more feasible means for packaging. It is possible but you know what is king…..

       
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