Where is Shinola Corporate office Headquarters

Shinola Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 485 W Milwaukee St, Detroit, MI 48202, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 844-744-6652
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  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 2011
  • Founder: Tom Kartsotis
  • Key People: Tom Kartsotis, Steve Bock

Shinola Headquarters Location & Directions

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About Shinola, History and Headquarters Information

Shinola was incorporated by Tom Kartsotis in 2011. It is headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. They launched their first watch in 2013.

Shinola is an American luxury goods brand. It makes a wide range of products such as bags, watches, gifts, bicycles, jewelry, watches, and leather goods for men as well as women. Shinola is named after Shinola shoe polish company. The company is owned and operated by Texas-based investment group Bedrock Brands. They also make bicycles that come in three different models: the single-speed Detroit Arrow, the three-speed Bixby, and The Runwell. They create journals in partnership with Edwards Brothers Malloy. This company also produces high-quality leather goods and leather watch straps. They are known for their collection of American-made dog beds, toys, leashes and collars, called Shinola Pet which is made in collaboration with renowned photographer Bruce Weber. People can buy their products on their website as well as at flagship stores in Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles San Francisco, Minneapolis, London, Toronto, Plano, Chicago, Boston, Highland Park, and Detroit. Every product of this company is assembled in the United States itself. Many parts that are used in Shinola watches are made in China and Thailand.

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  • Timothy Fortes says:

    Dear Sir or Madam.

    It was nearly 100 degrees today in Chicago. Your store on North Rush street was the only establishment within a stretch from East Delaware Street to Division Street that was pouring cold conditioned air out onto the steamy sidewalk with it’s doors wide open. I was even more disturbed when I asked why this was done and told it was to entice people to come in. I told the young man that people know that you are open if it is normal business hours and they also know that you have AC if the doors are closed. This is actually more insulting than inviting. He then told me that it was corporate policy. Are you making so much money that you can afford to literally throw it the door by wasting precious energy? If you believe that this profligate and probably immoral practice is actually increasing foot traffic I argue that it does not and probably has the opposite effect as you are alienating the 20 to 30 percent of the population who are passionate about protecting, preserving, and maybe reversing humanities damage to this planet who will not set foot in any business that has such a blatant disregard for our planet.

    I implore you to please stop this foolish practice. Every time there is a heat emergency, as there was this weekend in Chicago as well as many other areas from the midwest to the east coast, there is a severe strain on the electrical grid. This wasteful use of energy deprives where it is more needfully and possibly urgently required. And if this not Shinola’s policy, as I was told by one of your staff at this location, the manager and employees need to re-educated on what your policy is.

    Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

     
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