Where is RaceTrac Corporate office Headquarters

RaceTrac Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 200 Galleria Pkwy SE, Atlanta, GA 30339, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 770-431-7600
  • Fax Number: 770-319-7944
  • Email: guest@racetrac.com
  • Number of Employees: 7450
  • Established: 1934
  • Founder: Carl Bolch Sr.
  • Key People: Allison Moran, Robert J. Dumbacher

RaceTrac Headquarters Location & Directions

RaceTrac Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Allison Moran

Chief Executive Officer

Robert J. Dumbacher

Chief Financial Officer

Carl E. Bolch Jr.

Chairman

About RaceTrac, History and Headquarters Information

History

Racetrac was founded in the year 1934. The company has been operational for more than 85 years now. The founder of the company was Carl Bolch Sr. The former name of the company was Carl Bolch Trackside Stations. In the year 1959, the company had acquired the Oil Well Company located in Alabama, USA, and therefore used the acquired company’s outlets all over Alabama, for his business. The son of the company’s founder joined as a CEO of the company, in the year 1967.

Then in the year 1976, the company again relocated its headquarters to Atlanta, Georgia, USA and therefore the name of the company was then changed to RaceTrac. During the 1990s, the company only allowed a cash-only business, which was later changed to accept every major debit cards, credit cards and also fleet cards as well. By the year 2012, Carrl Bolch Jr announced that the company’s CEO position would be transferred to his daughter, named Allison Bolch Moran. The headquarters of the company is based in 3225 Cumberland Boulevard. The name of the place is Atlanta, while the name of the state is Georgia, USA. The area pin code is 30339.

About

RaceTrac is an American company that focuses on providing its customers with a chain of retail-based convenience stores. The company has over 650 gas stations all around the USA. The current CEO of the company is Allison Moran. As of the year 2013, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $9.1 billion. As of the current date, more than 7,400 employees are working in the company. In the year 2013, the company was named as the Top National Workplace by Workplace Dynamics.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to enjoy a retail presence in the purchase of various kinds of products offered by the company in the form of the convenience stores, including fuel and petroleum for vehicles as well. The convenience stores also provide free-WIFI service and indoor-outdoor seating arrangements too.

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  • Rick Vassallo says:

    I got gas at your station in Englewood, FL today at about 12 pm my card was scammed I hope you contact them and remove the device Rick Vassallo 732 604 9404

     
  • Denise says:

    My daughter, a high school student, recently pumped gas at the store in Oxford, Alabama. She purchased approximately $54 worth of gas for her vehicle. RaceTrac took the $54 but also withheld $125 from account as well. When I called the bank they said that some stations do that because of rising gas prices. My daughter works for spending and gas money and she does not have $125 to be withheld and released five days later. This is the only station around our area that does that. We are a family of five and we all have vehicles but will no longer stop here to get gas. This was the main store we went to because it is close to the high school and my place of employment, but no more. We will all drive a little further just so we don’t have to have $125 withheld. This caused her account to be overdrawn which the bank did not charge us for thank goodness. I have also found out from others who have gone there in the past that if you have less than $100 in your account you cannot purchase gas at the pump. Yet another reason to shop elsewhere.

     
  • Felicia Jones says:

    I bought a dozen donuts at the Fayetteville hwy 85 location, got home ate dinner got ready for dessert the donuts look fresh and good but when you bite into it its kind of gooey soft. I called store to see if I could bring back and exchange for more on a different day they told me no so I want to know why I can’t get more donuts or my money back ,she said they don’t have anything to do with them being gooey and I left store with them its not like I was ready to eat one before I left store but racetrac took my money. Race track should post near donut bin if you leave the store after purchase of donuts and its not baked completely you can’t exchange or get money back. SHE DIDN’T LET ME TALK TO THE MANAGER either!

     
  • James says:

    Trash running over all trash bins. Happens frequently and a eyesore. Manager could have cared less when confronted about it.

     
  • Dan at 941 504 2883 says:

    I am writing as a complaint for the Race Trac located in Sarasota Florida . It is located on the corner of Clark Road next to the Publix Warehouse. I have shopped there purchasing fuel for years as well as items inside the store. I have seen this location going down the tubes for the last 2 years. Examples are as follows The fuel pump credit card reads are off line more than on it seems required you to go INTO the store often wait in long lines to purchase fuel with a prepay guess of what is needed. The staffing is poorly managed with training tools , often not being able to answer simple questions . The pumps normally … do NOT give the printed recipe again another reason to have to go INSIDE to get your business required recipe
    The conditions of ALL of the trash containers and windshield squeeze devices are either empty or trash over flowing onto the ground. For some reason the road directly located behind the station ( 10 feet ) has become a Semi Truck Stop. The street is blocked EVERYDAY there and can not allow us to pull into the rear entrance to the station to spend money. Today I drove to the location and was not able to enter the store ( because again the pump didn’t work by reading my RACE TRAC credit card I seldom get to use. When I approached the door large signs on the LOCKED doors said NO HELP ! as the reason the store was closed . It was 4:00 pm on a SUNDAY so I went down the street to the WaWa and spend my $190.00 purchase. So with this all being said , help is needed and quickly.
    Feel free to contact me as I would be happy to give any additional details. Dan

     
  • Robin Lewis says:

    I am a Delta Airline employee and the employee parking lot is next door to Race Trac on Camp Creek and Airport Dr. Delta operates 24 hours a day at the airport, and my shift starts at 5am, everytime i want some coffee before i enter the lot, the Race Trac doors are closed and many employees arrive and knock on the doors and your employees ignore us! Delta employees generate a large revenue for this particular station and its a shame that we’re treated so badly! Thousands work at the airport and would love to get soda, coffee or snacks to take with us, yet we don’t have access to our Race Trac store when we need it most! Please heed this message, please open your doors for us and other early morning airport employees! Thank you for listening and heeding this complaint.

     
  • CAROL says:

    I have been going to store #2413 for over 4 years. there are 5 coffee machines and only 2 working for 2wks or better. customers frustrated waiting. You are losing business due to that. Most times, not french vanilla creamer also.

     
  • Concerned regular says:

    The Race Trac at the corner of Rock Springs Rd. and Buford drive has had a recent decline in cleanliness, friendly customer service and hours open. I understand that traffic through the store has increased, due to the reconstruction of the QuikTrip a block away. It’s Sunday morning, 11/14/21 at 0825. There’s a lot full of potential customers and a locked front door. I know there’s been a recent management change. Y’all get it together. I don’t even like QuikTrip, but they’re growing on me.

     
  • John says:

    I just want you to know, y’all really suck,if you’re supposed to be a 24/7;store then unlock the fucking doors at 1 o’clock in the morning, instead your employees would rather just ignore the fuck out of is like we ain’t shit,we pay that sorry as her paycheck.at least be respectful and have a return to work sign or a sign roadside letting people know you’re not accepting business,go somewhere else,I’ve sat here ten minutes and about twenty five vehicles have pulled in to do business and that bitch look at everyone like we’re crazy,fuck you racetrack,and that bitch inside, like she somebody,powder springs Rd and east west connector, can kiss my ass.

     
  • Anonymous says:

    I reRecommend that everybody at the racetrac on lemmon get drug tested all they do is smoke and they are very unprofessional and loud! Also everybody leaves work on shift change and to smoke in from the store they drink alcohol beverages on the job and they sale marijuana also they have ppl come up there doing sexual activities on property everything happens on property and seen with my own eyes day after day after day

     
  • John Arthur says:

    You go Brenda ! This txt also concerns John Arthur to the woman in the leather chair behind the big corporate desk does the name John A Arthur sr ring a bell I believe he sat on the BofD back in 1994 . I sure would love to hear from you 😉

     
  • Joseph R. says:

    To whom it may concern: I anticipate the correct grievance department receives this feedback in regards to a Race Trac located in North Fort Myers, Fl. At first, I understand that the gas station posted signs on the glass entrance and exit doors notifications of closing the store between the hours of 2 am and 3 am. I had arrived from work later than normal since the epidemic is holding back from starting much earlier in the day. Conclusively, I arrived at the Race Trac located at 13501 North Cleveland Avenue, North Fort Myers, FL at 1:52 am allowing me to enter the store and purchase a
    12-pack of IPA for the night with some buddies and yet to my shock!. The doors were locked on all sides. Clients were standing outside during this time frustrated that the store had closed for business approximately 15 minutes earlier than 2 am which is posted sign announced. My unfortunate circumstance should have been a successful alcohol purchase before the hour stroke 2 am, The entire staff hired at this location during these hours locked the doors to the public outside of the hours posted on every entrance and exit door and wrongfully preventing the purchase of alcohol at legal hours before 2 am. Therefore; according to my GPS, the ETA to the next gas station to legally buy IPA Beer would have placed me 6 minutes after 2 am. I am 57 years, a USAF Veteran and very stressed out losing hours of work plus being obstructed to purchase the beer by locking the doors was a very ill-mannered act on Race Trac. How could a large Corporate company such as Race Trac allow staff at this location to close the store doors about 15 minutes earlier than posted? How? I understand staff are concerned of shoppers entering the store too close to 2 am, however; there are ways to manage the crowd and maintain consistency of time plus allow shoppers to complete their purchase on or before 1:59 / 2 am, But locking the doors is a demonstration of no scruples of customers rights by the staff conducting selfishly avoiding extra work disregarding the posted hours on the entrance and exits. Anyone at Race Trac corporate is free to call me, message, or email me… I will be glad to discuss this underserved conduct from the Race Trac staff.

     
  • Harry Kerrigan says:

    There is no direct access to your guest survey at “GUEST@RACETRAC.COM”. That address takes me to a google search of third party sites, then to “tellracetrac.com” which then sends me to a link of GUEST@RACETRAC.COM” which will not load!! If you want comments get a direct link to the survey. Other companies can do it,… why cant you.
    Second,…. I live in the 32764 zip code, when are you people going to get a vendor for the apple fritters!!!
    The only reason I go inside the store is for coffee and an apple fritter. I’ve been getting the same excuse for months. If you don’t have apple fritters there’s no reason for me to go in the store.

     
  • Brenda J Burch says:

    I am filing a Civil Suit on You Company on Behalf or Your Employee that Have been more than a Problem to the Public and I am ready to face the Judge on these Criminal and Civil Charges they have brought against Your Company and Business the Police gave Me the Courage to fight You they say I need to fight Your Business and I have the report I am faxing You so get ready for a Civil Suit .

     
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