Where is Tuesday Morning Corporate office Headquarters

Tuesday Morning Headquarters Address and  Contact

Tuesday Morning Headquarters Location & Directions

Tuesday Morning Headquarters Executive Team



Steven Robert Becker

CEO, President & Director

Stacie R. Shirley

Executive VP, CFO & Treasurer

Belinda Byrd-Rohleder

Senior VP & General Merchandising Manager

Miki Eilers

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain

Phillip D. Hixon

Executive Vice President of Store Operations

Douglas B. Sullivan

Senior Vice President of Real Estate

About Tuesday Morning, History and Headquarters Information

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Tuesday Morning was launched in 1974 by Lloyd Ross. The idea behind starting this company was to put the leftover inventory of the big brands on a sale. He had a belief that Tuesday was the first positive part of every week. From a garage sale in a rented Dallas warehouse to 441 stores in 2001, it expanded to 41 states by that time.

Tuesday Morning is a retail chain that specializes in domestic as well as international closeouts of medium to high end name brand gifts, soft home, home furnishings, housewares, luggage, toys, seasonal items, gourmet, gifts, bath and body, bed, craft, dining, kitchen, furniture, fashion accessories and products. As of the current date, there are more than 5001 to 10000 employees working at the company

They provide all high-quality brands such as Lenox, Denby Pottery, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Steinbach, Wedgwood, Reed and Barton, Breville, Madame Alexander, Peacock Alley, and Royal Doulton, among others in an affordable range. This company has been operating more than 800 stores all around the country with the mission to deliver fresh and regularly updated assortments at extreme value pricing.

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  • Barbara Anable, Hot Springs, Arkansas says:

    Could you please tell me why our Tuesday Morning in Hot Springs,Arkansas has closed. I was away from the city for a short visit and today I found the store empty. This is my favorite store and now I will search to see where you have left a store openin the area I can drive to.

  • Lucy says:

    I have been shopping in your store (The Woodlands) for 10 years and I shop in your stores at least once a week and sometimes twice a week. Today and the last 6 times that I have been in your store, I’ve left with an empty cart. Normally, I purchase at least four or five items. The main reason that I shop in your store is because of your craft isle. Now, that isle is no longer and it has turned into 3 feet of nothing. I’m so disappointed and now it’s not my favorite place to shop.

  • naomi kennedy says:

    I am so sorry that the Canton Michigan store is closing. It seem like all our Tuesday Morning stores are closing in Michigan. I enjoy shopping at the smaller stores that have quality products.

  • Patricia Kelly says:

    Too bad they don’t watch their managers, because they treat their employees terrible! Steal your hours, no breaks, EVER, always uncertain of your schedule, no fun allowed.
    She was stealth, left without a word and returned same. Causing PTSD, sometimes saying she would not be in, only to show up! Awful

  • Rosa Contreras says:

    Love Tuesday Morning! Just wish you would open a store in the Burbank/North Hollywood area. Now that the entire North Hollywood shopping district is being revitalized after having been practically abandoned/non existent after the Northridge earthquake, maybe you guys can bring in a Tuesday Morning to the community?

  • Connie Gemmell says:

    You should look into putting a store in Niles, OH. To get to a store I must make a trip to Niles, twenty minutes away, or go to Pennsylvania, thirty minutes away. Niles is the major shopping area for this area. The main draw is the Eastwood Mall. It is true the usual craft stores are here, but they are very overpriced. This area isn’t the richest area, but a “discount “ store is always appreciated. For anyone in this area, going to the two stores we have to choose from is very inconvenient.

  • Cargirl says:

    I went to the Tuesday Morning on Saturday, August 24th, I was the first person there when the store opened. I wanted to purchase the “My Pillows” that were advertised in their ad that started that day.
    I was told that they didn’t have them and probably weren’t getting them, that the only store that received them was the Midland park store and they “got like 3” . What a bunch of false advertising!!! You shouldn’t be able to put items in your ads that you don’t have in stock.

  • Adrienne says:

    I went on Friday, March 22, 2019 to the Tuesday Morning store at 115 North US1 Highway in Tequesta Fl. I’m sorry to say it was the messiest and dirtiest store that I have ever been to. I really didn’t want to stay there.

  • Alison Schwenger says:

    I love my neighborhood store at 2505 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm beach, Fl. The store manager Jeannie is fabulous Always friendly and helpful. I find I spend 1-2 hours looking at things when I go shopping. Thanks for great products.

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