Where is Save A Lot Corporate office Headquarters

Save A Lot Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1511, 100 Corporate Office Dr, Earth City, MO 63045, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 314-592-9100
  • Fax Number: 314-592-9619
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 000
  • Established: 1977
  • Founder: Bill Moran
  • Key People: Kenneth Mcgrath, Stephen Brinkley

Save A Lot Headquarters Location & Directions

Save A Lot Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Eric A. Claus

Chief Executive Officer

Michael Collins

Chief Financial Officer

Nancy Chagares

Chief Merchandising Officer

About Save A Lot, History and Headquarters Information

Save-A-Lot was founded in 1977 by Bill Moran. The idea was to start something alternative to conventional stores so that anyone can easily save some amount on groceries. This company has its headquarters in St. Ann, Missouri.

Save-A-Lot Food Stores, Ltd. is a chain of discount grocery retail stores in the United States. It is owned by Onex Corporation. Save A Lot is expanded over more than 1,300 stores across 36 states in the United States. By serving more than 5 million shoppers each week, they have become one of the best hard discount retailers for the ones who fall in the category of “value-seeking shoppers” by offering them terrific savings that reaches around 40% in total.

Customers can enjoy buying high-quality products from exclusive Save-A-Lot brands and national brands, plus USDA-inspected beef, pork and poultry, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables and non-food items and get items of their choice in an affordable range. The store sizes are small but variety is lesser, but the aisles are bigger and wider so that the customers can easily look for what they need and that too quickly as compared to colossal supermarkets.

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  • Guest says:

    Sav A Lot on Southland dr Lexington KY is obviously one of the best stores u got after reading the reviews above. And your closing it. What a shame.

     
  • William Kahl says:

    The Manager at the Beattyville Ky Store needs a call it’s getting bad they never have lunch meat only Bologna and running out of everything nothing on shelf’s hardly no Oscar Myers ham or Turkey on Salami please call and see what the problem is or I will may have a to start going to Kroger in Richmond or Jacks IGA in Beattyville thank you

     
  • Anonymous from Ohio says:

    Horizon Management which owns grocery stores in the Youngstown/Warren area is an absolutely horrible company to work for. The culture of this company is that if your young, white and cute then you get pushed to the beginning of the line as Store Mangers even if the company knows that they are not qualified and not doing as much as the Asst manager or other employees. I have witnessed myself how the higher Male district managers flirt and are so close to these young girls. The owner of the company does not support there managers and asst managers against rude and very ignorant customers who blatantly lie about about encounters. I would not recommend anyone work for or even shop any stores that are owned by this management company and I have been a savealot shopper for over 30 years.

     
  • Kahseem Bey says:

    Night employees are nasty. They constantly close before time which is a problem for someone rushing from work to buy food for their family.

     
  • Dorothy Garnett says:

    You have a management that work at 39-41 Park Avenue harass my daughter and this is from a customer I shop there all the time and my daughter don’t need to the arrest on your management she arrest her of a shopping car and I think you all need to know about this so you all need to check on her and see what her she’s not a good manager she make it bad for your store she make it better for your store she is a black lady the day was 04 02 2020

     
  • Welch says:

    Don’t talk at the save a lot in Inverness Florida it seems they have a person who wants to call the police on your because she is who decides if she likes the tone of a customers voice. Really that was an actual threat right before she followed me out the door and fired up her cigarette by the shopping carts at he front door and threatened me again with calling the police. See the play by play on Pissed customer.com.

     
  • Employee says:

    Employees need to be paid hazardous pay or recieve a way better bonus than $50 for working during this coronavirus outbreak! Risking their own health to operate stores.

     
  • LIsa Findley says:

    Dear Mr. Claus,
    Would love to know why I found a small hexagon shaped bolt in my Mantia’ 4 meat thin pizza
    #51933 36924 purchased in St Petersburg, Florida store. Have bolt and thanks for the choking episode. Bolt resembles a sliced olive…joke on me!!!! You have contact info, I have bolt.
    Lisa in St Petersburg, FL

     
  • Guest says:

    I want to know why the sav-a-lot in my town is charging $1.59 for a small container of dry pinto beans. That is ridiculous and is price gouging to me.

     
  • Kristian says:

    Will you be doing anything for your essential employee’s during this crisis like other grocery store chains?

     
  • Darlene Knuckles says:

    I live in Cleveland Ohio and on Sunday December 8, 2019 I purchased a box of Newbury Hills golden rounds crackers. My husband opened the box Thursday evening, December 12 and inside each stack of unopened crackers inside the wrapper is some kind of funk smeared all inside it. I called the store I purchased it from which is located on Brookpark rd in Cleveland/Parma ohio and they said you can bring it back and get your money back no problem. Getting my money back for a two dollar box crackers is not my main concern, my concern is we have no idea what this stuff is that’s smeared all over inside the unopened wrappers, what if it’s poison or something. My husband and I are adults, wise enough to not eat it. My biggest concern is, what if that’s not the only box like that and if a family with children buy a box of the same cracker from the same shipment and one of their children open the box and it has the same issue and not knowing any better open the package and the crackers with this funk inside the unopened wrapper and it does them harm or worse causes their death God forbid. I called the corporate office several times and I could not reach anyone. I hope to God some one reads this and pulls the damn product from the shelves while this is looked into. Thank you Darlene Knuckles . I will be reporting this to what ever health agency I am able to report it
    to.

     
  • Imogene Baker says:

    I live in Lincoln County WV. We did have a save-A- Lot In Hamlin The owner passed away so they closed it . Now the only grocery store where we live is closing the first of October. The nearest grocery store is about 15 miles I live at Ranger and every body I talk to says we need a save a lot in Ranger could you help get one for this area. The closest one is in Huntington about 37 miles or Logan. Don’t now how far. Please help.

     
  • Carol Moos says:

    I live and work in Indianapolis Indiana. We have low income areas on the west side that need grocery stores. Many people need stores they can walk to. There is no bus service in these neighborhoods. Many do not have cars, some are disabled and rely on scooters or wheelchairs. I work as a Home Health Aide. I have a client in a neighborhood where the closest grocery stores are 3 and 5 miles away. There are multiple convenience stores closer. The nearest bus stop is over 1 mile away. There are about 4 or5 places with room for a small grocery store to locate or be built in this area. Would you please help. Thank you. Sincerely, Carol Moos

     
  • Joseph Majorie says:

    This is just a note that you may want to look at….We live in Fort Myers FL. and near our home with an empty former Winn Dixie …Since the area has had great growth in the last few years …New building going on now…most 55 and older…My wife has shopped your stores ..now sops Walmart.. The location is the corner of Gladioulis and Winkler Rd. Fort Myers Fl 33919 Joe Majorie 239 599 2969 Good hunting

     
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