Where is Tops Markets Corporate office Headquarters

Tops Markets Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: Main St & S Union Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 716-632-7411
  • Fax Number: 716-633-0898
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 16000
  • Established: 1962
  • Founder: Armand Castellani
  • Key People: Frank Curci, Kevin Darrington

Tops Markets Headquarters Location & Directions

Tops Markets Headquarters Executive Team



Frank Curci

Chairman, CEO & Owner

John Persons

President, COO & Director

David Langless

CFO & Executive VP

Jack Barrett

Senior Vice President of Human Resources

Michael Biehler

Director of Government Affairs

Lynne A. Burgess

Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary

Diane Colgan

Senior Vice President of Marketing & Decision Support

Jeff Culhane

Senior Vice President of Merchandising

Ron Ferri

Executive Vice President of Operations

About Tops Markets, History and Headquarters Information

Tops holdings LLC is the one that owns Tops Grocery store. They offer what people want while saving them time and money. They strive to give customers a shopping experience that is unique, working hard to ensure that every need is met while at the same time offering convenience.
It began in 1920 when Ferrante Castellani moved from a village that was away from Rome, Italy and came to Niagara Falls in NY. There, he opened his first grocery store. Later, his sons, Alfred and Armanda took over the business and went ahead and opened two more stores under the business name Great Bear Market.
In the 1950s, Armanda met with the owner of Buscaglia Equipment Company Thomas Buscaglia and they partnered to form Niagara Frontier Services. Due to the great passion that Armanda had for food, his community and people in general, he had great ideas that he came up with an idea of starting a food store and that is how Tops came into existence.

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  • concerned says:

    saw your latest tv ad. although I am Canadian, I found it kind of offensive, in the way some of the items were put across the screen and repeatedly with different items. They form the Nazi swastika and could be considered a subliminal message. You may want to check into your advertising department and the agency you are using. I will be making a comment to the tv station you advertise on, as well as facebook and twitter.

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