Where is Scheels Corporate office Headquarters

Scheels Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1551 45th St S, Fargo, ND 58103, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 701-298-2918
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1902
  • Founder: Steve D. Scheel
  • Key People: Steve M. Scheel, (Chief Executive Officer)

Scheels Headquarters Location & Directions

Scheels Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Steve D. Scheel

Chairman 

Steve M. Scheel

Chief Executive Officer

Jane Mc Goldrick

Secretary

About Scheels, History and Headquarters Information


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  • Rebecca A. Naderman says:

    7-1-2020

    Dear Mr. Scheel,

    I live in the Des Moines Metro area and enjoy going to your store in West Des Moines. Most recently when I went to the West Des Moines Scheels I noticed the statues that are at the entrance to your store. I am sure that at this point you are aware that Thomas Jefferson and George Washington were both slave owners. These statues are degrading to so many people in our country. While the ugliness of slavery and racism in America is part of our history, we have an opportunity to make a change. By removing these two statues you will be supporting all of your customers. You will be sending a clear message that Scheels is a place that all are welcome.

    To further extend a spirit of inclusion and healing I believe you could replace the statues in a meaningful way. I suggest that the statues of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington be replaced with statues of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Frederick Douglass. You are in such a unique position as a corporation that so many people value and depend on, you are in a position to take a stand of high moral character and do what is right and just.

    It is right and just to remove symbols of oppression, just as the confederate flag and a burning cross are displayed to intimidate, now we realize that statues of oppressors, glorifies oppression.

    I will be excited to return to shop at your store when I can proudly walk into your store with my friends and children of color without the feeling of oppression.

    Thank you for your attention to this matter,

    Rebecca A. Naderman

     
  • Dave says:

    :). Had to correct auto correct on one word

    Nike Reports Surprise $790 Million Loss, 46% Plunge in North American Sales

    Our family stopped buying Nike more than a year ago. We don’t shop Walmart. And we will now cut out adidas.

    Largest corporate supporters of BLM

    Walmart 100 million
    Nike 40 million
    Adidas 20 million
    Proctor and gamble 10 million

    All 4 companies are highly dependent on China for manufacturing and profits

    They know China will be held accountable by trump and this will substantially affect their profits

    Companies can’t donate to political parties as such but they can give to organizations like BLM… humm. Wonder where the effects of their donations will impact? Who wants to be involved in politics when buying shoes?

    Ps. Nike makes nothing in the USA other than money.

     
  • Dave says:

    Nike Reports Surprise $790 Million Loss, 46% Plunge in North American Sales

    Our family stopped buying Nike more than a year ago. We don’t shop Walmart. And we will now cut out adidas.

    Largest corporate supporters of BLM

    Walmart 100 million
    Nike 40 million
    Adidas 20 million
    Proctor and gamble 10 million

    All 4 companies are highly dependent on China for manufacturing and profits

    They know China will be held accountable by trump and this will substantially affect their profits

    Companies can’t donate to political parties as such but they can give to organizations like BLM… humm. Wonder where the effects of their donations will impact? Who wants to be involved in politics when buying shows?

    Ps. Nike makes nothing in the USA other than money.

     
  • Tracy Whitehead says:

    Good afternoon Mr. Scheel ~

    I live in Billings, Montana and love the Scheels store. I have never had an instance where Scheels doesn’t stand behind their products, until yesterday 4/28. With the shut down of the gyms and health clubs, due to the COVID 19 pandemic, my son decided to buy a nice bicycle to stay in shape. I also had a bike that I decided to have repaired, so I could also maintain my exercise regimen as well. I chose to take my bike to Scheel’s bike shop for repair. I had never been in the bike area of Scheels in the Billings, Montana store, and I was instantly impressed. Everyone was very knowledgeable and helpful.

    On 4/19, before I took my bike in for repairs, my son purchased a Roscoe 6 Mountain Bike, which retails for One Thousand dollars ($1,000.00), and was on sale for Eight Hundred Fourteen dollars ($814.00). He was provided excellent service and the person that sold him the bike was very knowledgeable – he was very satisfied with his purchase which insured my decision to have my bike repairs done at Scheel’s bike shop. On April 28, 2020, my son was starting out on his bike ride, as he did almost every day after work, he shifted his bike and the gears jammed and buckled. He came back to the house and gathered his receipt, loaded his bike and drove twenty-five (25) miles into the Scheels store. He was told that the bike shop would not warranty the gears and he would have to pay to have it fixed, the part was around Eighty dollars ($80.00) and it would take thirty (30) to forty (40) days to get the part and the bike fixed. Understandably, he was upset and made a little bit of a scene, the gentleman that he talked to said he would call him on 4/29 with a final answer after he talked with the bike section manager.

    On 4/29, the bike section manager called my son and told him that they would not warranty the bike and that it had looked like he had rode the bike pretty hard, which he had not even been able to take it to some if the mountain trails available in the area. My son was not happy, the bike section manager then told my son that he would give him a total refund and thought it would be best for them to “part ways”. When my son asked why they wouldn’t warranty or stand behind their product, the bike section manager said I think it would just be a better solution to “part ways” – I am not sure what that means and why Scheels wouldn’t warranty, replace, or repair the bike free of charge.

    My bike repairs were estimated to cost Three Hundred dollars ($300.00). I called and asked if the work had been started and was told no, but it was to begin on 4/29, that afternoon. I told them not to bother, since I did not feel they would stand by and warranty their repair work after what they did with my son’s bike purchase. So instead of loosing Eight Hundred dollars ($800.00) they would loose my additional sales of Three Hundred dollars ($300.00) for a total amount of One Thousand One Hundred dollars ($1,100.00).

    I am sorely disappointed in the Scheels bike shop and these actions. In a time when they need sales to remain open and competitive in the area with the new REI store opening across the way and independent bike shops owned locally in the area, they decide not to just fix the bike or offer to replace the product. Ironically, after my son received his refund he went down town to The Bike Shop and bought a Gears Tier 5 for a better price and he took my bike in with the Scheel’s work order and was quoted One Hundred Twenty dollars ($120.00) for the same repairs.

    I buy all of my sporting goods at Scheels, in fact it is the first place I go for them. I am also the manager of an ASA softball team (the third largest in the Billings area) and we buy all of our equipment from Scheels. I would appreciate an explanation of why the bike was not under warranty or replaced without issue. I and my family spend a lot of money at this Scheels store and would imagine you would like to keep me as a satisfied customer and rectify this situation immediately.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.
    Tracy Whitehead
    406-351-9097

     
  • Dian says:

    I would just like to know why your stores are still open during the Coronavirus? Not only are you putting the community at a unnecessary risk but you are putting your employees at risk!! You need to shut your stores down now!!!

     
  • Don Westerlin says:

    Love your Lincoln and Omaha Scheels stores. Have you ever thought of providing Hand Sanitizer near your store entrances and exits for customers to use? The Coronavirus has everyone concerned.

     
  • Gregory E Cormany says:

    Mr. Steve M Scheel;
    Sir;
    If a person has a problem at one of your stores it appears letting someone know is an impossibility. The store manager uses the expression that if you want to alleviate a problem at my store you have to speak with me. Nobody else will assist you with your problem so talk to me. I finally was able to contact corporate. The operator connected me with Mr. Nelson’s office only for me to find out he won’t be in till next week. I called her back and told her the situation about the gentleman being gone an she told me to leave my name and number because I either had to speak with him or the manager of my store which was not why I called corporate. I like your stores , you have a verity of quality merchandise at mostly reasonable prices. I’m not a wealthy man but I seem to spend a fair amount of money at your store because of the above facts. I just wish when I have something to say I’m no limited to two people in a company as large as yours.
    Thank You;
    Gregory E Cormany

     
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