Where is RadioShack Corporate office Headquarters

RadioShack Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 4200 S Fwy I35W P-21, Fort Worth, TX 76115, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 817-927-7480

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: 1921

  • Founder: Theodore and Milton Deutschmann

  • Key People: Gordon Briscoe, Cara Kinzey

RadioShack Headquarters Location & Directions

RadioShack Headquarters Executive Team



Gordon Briscoe


Cara Kinzey

SVP, Information Technology

Bryan R. Holley

VP, Finance & IT

About RadioShack, History and Headquarters Information

Formerly called RadioShack Corporation, Radioshack was incorporated by two brothers, Theodore and Milton Deutschman in 1921. The company is based in Fort Worth, Texas. The company launched its catalog in 1939. In the 1960s, Charles D. Tandy purchased the company for US$300,000. The chain gained a lot of popularity from the citizen’s band radio in the mid-1970s. Following which, it broadened its focus and launched the TRS-80, a mass-produced personal computer in 1977, and made a move into the mainstream consumer market with wireless phones in the mid-1990s. In 2000, the company was renamed to become RadioShack Corporation.

Radioshack is a retailer of consumer electronics. Kensington Capital Holdings is its parent company. It operates a network of around 425 independently owned dealer stores spread all over in the USA. It’s expert employees have worked to attract and make a loyal customer base. The line of products is sold via international dealers and online through radioshack.com. Their business is spread internationally in Canada, Asia, Mexico, the Middle East, and North Africa.

RadioShack Headquarters Photos

  • josh says:

    I bought a pioneer car stereo at your Tell City Indiana location a few months ago. It had an issue with it giving me an error code saying I needed to power it down and back on again to reset the error.It did this a few times so I took it back but the issue never got fixed. I left a review on google that was not favorable, but honest. The guy who installs stereos saw it and called me telling me that I could “take that stereo and stick it up my ass”. Since I just had it put in about 2 months ago, and still have my box and receipt, I said I wanted a full refund. He said no and that he will never work on my car again. He was half right. I am writing you to see if I can get my refund this way. If I can’t, I will do what the police officers told me to do and start a small claims case for the amount plus court costs. I will not let them touch my car again after him cussing me out on the phone, so if I need to send the unit back, it will be by mail, and AFTER I get the full refund.

  • M.Ryan says:

    I have always enjoyed shopping your stores. Going forward you should think about loosing your individual store locations and partner with Walmart. A Radioshack inside a Walmart store would have me going to Walmart more often. Let Walmart pay all of the over head costs which would help you and having a much better electronics department would help Walmart.

  • Janet Talbot says:

    Would like to hear from u.

  • Janet Talbot says:

    I would sure like to see ya’ll open up a Radio Shack Store again here in Joplin preferable out on W. 7th.St. not far from your old store on S.Maiden Lane where it used to be.Y’all sold quality products and ya’ll sold the little hardware pieces no body else around here sells, the little pieces, such as m/f coxial connecters,f type and others and all the other bits and pieces no one else has and has to order what they want online elsewhere.Could use 2 other stores and a hometown electronics repair shop where people can take their out of warranty electronics or have someone to come out to their homes to repair something electronic or pick it up.

  • Aiden Null says:

    Since All of The RadioShack Stores have been shut down. When you Reopen All of The RadioShack Stores Here are 6 ways to avoid bankruptcy.

    1. Slash your expenses.
    2. Negotiate with Creditors.
    3. Prioritize your debts.
    4. Be Wary of debt consolidation loans.
    5. Avoid debt settlement services.
    6. Opt for debt management services.

  • julie williams says:

    did not get job done.. could not return special order.. took money but did not do the job.. got a flat tire in garage.. could not answer any questions I had..

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