Where is Shoe Carnival Corporate office Headquarters

Shoe Carnival Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 7500 Columbia St, Evansville, IN 47715, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 812-867-6471
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 3,000
  • Established: 1978
  • Founder: David Russell
  • Key People: Clifton E. Sifford, (President and CEO)

Shoe Carnival Headquarters Location & Directions

Shoe Carnival Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Clifton E. Sifford

President, CEO & Director

W. Kerry Jackson

Senior Executive VP, Chief Operating & Financial Officer and Treasurer

Timothy T. Baker

Executive Vice President of Store Operations

About Shoe Carnival, History and Headquarters Information

Shoe Biz was incorporated by David Russell in 1978 and is based in Evansville, Indiana. Wayne Weaver of Fisher-Camuto, the forerunner of the brand Nine West bought the company and together with Russell continued the carnival concept that aimed at entertaining and motivating shoppers to purchase limited stocks; following which, the growth graph went up. Later it began its online sales in 2012. After which in 2015, it started a program called Shoes2U which made it easy for shoppers to receive styles and sizes of shoes by home delivery.

Shoe Carnival is a family footwear retailer in the United States. It is a leading retailer brand name that runs a different concept. Whenever a person calls out the word "specials," people rush to buy specials that include a discount, product information, and fun specials.

Along with a wide variety of go along with the dress, casual, and athletic footwear products for men, women, and children, it also offers accessories such as socks, belts, shoe care items, handbags, sports bags, backpacks, scarves, and wallets. Currently, it has a total of 419 stores spread across 35 states and Puerto Rico. The company distributes its products online at shoecarnival.com and via its retail stores.

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  • Joy Wright says:

    The worst customer service and shipping errors. The first order came damage box with a security tag on the shoe. It took over 2 weeks to get a return label and replacement which was wrong size as previously discussed and guess what in another damage package upon delivery.

     
  • Charlotte Davidson says:

    I was called a liar by the assistant manager and district manager. The shoes I was returning they stated that they don’t ever sell and I’m confused!! I salvaged the box my son made out of a rabbit cage that proved the shoes I was returning were in fact from their store and obviously they sold them. I never received an apology for being called a liar and fighting with them for hours to get my money back on shoes that fell apart in a month! I got my money back but being called a liar is very humiliating and hurtful. I’m a Christian woman, I don’t scam and I don’t lie! I will never step foot in any Shoe Carnival again. Your employees that supposedly run the store didn’t know what they were doing and didn’t have the decency to apologize! This was the Shoe Carnival in Normal, Illinois. I know you do not care, it’s obvious by how your employees treat customers but I wanted to share this very unfortunate experience!

     
  • Tony says:

    I would like to know why are they sending workers into to work at you location at 2135 Cottman ave Philadelphia Pa 19149 starting tomorrow 4/28 I have a family member that was called in when Philadelphia isn’t even ready for Phase 1 I am concerned for everyone’s safety during this pandemic I want to know the protocols In place your company is setting for the safety of your employees are employees getting checked for the virus prior to returning to work they are going in to clean that’s a responsibility for Shoe Carnival to get a professional company to go in and properly sanitize the store. I expect to get an immediate response from the company.

     
  • Patty says:

    I purchased a pair of boots for $140.00 at Christmas as a gift and now the heel is coming off. Shoe Carnival has had me waiting for over a week now trying to figure out if they will replace them or not. They had me send photo’s and still waiting. They are horrible to deal with so I went right to Justin Boots and within 3 hours, they have me shipping the boots back to replace them. I will never buy anything from Shoe Carnival because they can’t stand by their products they sell. Deal directly from the shoe manufacturer, not the Carnival.

     
  • Dennis Lofton says:

    Went to store in Indy on Lafayette road went in to buy shoes on January 4 2020. Signs in window and in store said buy one pair get one pair 1/2 price. Went to pay and store wouldn’t honor the 1/2 off they told me that sale expired on January 1 2020. Signs in window and store so I’m very disappointed in company. I’ve always bought shoes here but no longer will if this is how you’re going to operate in the future.

     
  • Kathy says:

    Shopping for Christmas. Return policy in October 60 days. Was told I would have to wait until November 1 to return after Christmas. So I went to Kohls found the shoes to give as a gift, knowing I would not have to be concerned with return policy at Kohls. You lost a sale

     
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