Where is Sonic Drive-In Corporate office Headquarters

Sonic Drive-In Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 208 B Johnny Bench Dr
    Oklahoma City, OK 73104
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 405-272-1670
  • Fax Number: 123
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: 9200
  • Established: June 18, 1953
  • Founder: Troy Smith
  • Key People: J. Clifford Hudson, John Budd

Sonic Drive-In Headquarters Location & Directions

Sonic Drive-In Headquarters Executive Team



J. Clifford Hudson

Chairman & CEO

Claudia S. San Pedro


Corey R. Horsch

VP, CFO & Treasurer

Christina Bell Vaughan

President of Sonic Restaurants, Inc

Paige S. Bass

Senior VP, General Counsel & Assistant Corporate Secretary

Michelle E. Britten

VP & Chief Accounting Officer

John H. Budd III

Executive VP and Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer

Jose A. Dueñas

Executive VP & Chief Brand Officer

Lori I. Abou Habib

VP & Chief Marketing Officer

Andrew Ritger Jr.

Senior Vice President of Development

About Sonic Drive-In, History and Headquarters Information

Sonic is the operator of an American drive-in fast-food restaurant chain based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, that is owned by Inspire Brands, the parent company of Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings. Prior to its acquisition by Inspire Brands, its stock traded on NASDAQ with the symbol SONC

Sonic founder Troy N. Smith Sr. opened a fast food restaurant, Troy's Pan Full of Chicken, on the edge of town. He then went in with a business partner to purchase a five-acre parcel of land that had a log house and a walk-up root beer stand, already named the Top Hat. The two men continued with the operation of the root beer stand and converted the log house into a steak restaurant. After realizing that the stand was averaging $700 a week in the sale of root beer, hamburgers, and hot dogs, Smith decided to focus on the more-profitable root beer stand. He also bought out his business partner. Originally, Top Hat customers would park their automobiles anywhere on the gravel parking lot and walk up to place their orders. However, Smith saw a drive-in that used speakers for ordering. On September 25, 2018, Atlanta-based Inspire Brands, owner of Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, announced that it was buying Sonic Drive-In for $2.3 billion. The acquisition was completed on December 7, 2018.

Sonic's menu consists of hamburgers and French fries, as well as onion rings, corn dogs, chili dogs and breakfast toaster sandwiches. Drink options include soft drinks, slushes, and milkshakes. Customers can combine various drinks and flavors to create thousands of possible drink combinations. Ice cream desserts include sundaes and floats. At a standard Sonic Drive-In, a customer drives into a covered drive-in stall, orders through an intercom speaker system, and has the food delivered by a carhop. Most drive-ins also have patio seating, and many have drive-thru lanes.

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  • Cathy McDuff says:

    STORE 5055 – We go to this Sonic for an ice cream blast every Sunday!! Just now we got our Snickers Blast and was VERY disappointed!! It was only 2/3 full of ice cream and had VERY little Snicker topping!! When we talked to a manager and she just laughed and said sorry, we’re very busy and have new people! Didn’t try to fix it or show any consideration to us as regular customers. Very disappointing!! We paid $10.00 for little to nothing! And to top that off….my husband just FOUND A HAIR IN HIS!!! Are you kidding me!!??? We are regulars at this location but NO MORE! During this virus scare, people have few places they can get out and not be afraid!! Your current management just ruined that little but of normality for us!! Hope you are as concerned about this as we are!!! Cathy McDuff 404 406-0744

  • Suzanne Broadhead says:

    The Sonic Drive In located on 12620 Jones Road Houston, TX 77070
    Date: Friday August 9th, 2019 at 3PM CST
    I wish I could say, that I received reasonable meal for what I paid for.
    1. I waited close to 20 mins. Before taking my order.
    2. I went over the order to make sure they had the correct order. I order a combo with a strawberry Slush.
    3. The burger was far from what I ordered. I called back telling them it was not what I ordered, and waited for them to pick up The incorrect made hamburger. Finally after waiting, 14 minutes, I got out of my car and took it Back myself. I waited another 15 minutes, and had to get back out my
    Car and retrieve the remade burger. After leaving, I tasted the strawberry Slush, and found it had A Chemical after taste. Ingesting this is not healthy.
    Bottom line: I paid for a meal, that was not prepared to appropriate standards, that you would not enjoy.
    When I got home, I ended up throwing of everything out. Returning to this location is not worth my time or gas in my tank to hopefully getting my order corrected for the third time.
    My question to you is, ‘’What are you going to do about this?”
    Ms Broadhead

    Sent from my iPad

  • Larry Harmon says:

    Went to my local sonic to enjoy my usual banana split and was told they no longer make them. Imagine my reaction after all these years. I just drove sadly away. Is this a national policy or just at Glenwood Arkansas ?

  • trenton eastridge says:

    sonic of sothside arkansas managers cover for 16yr olds when there not at work do not have schedudules suitable for minor workers please check it outconnie allen

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