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Hobby Lobby Corporate Office Headquarters

Hobby Lobby Corporate Office Headquarters HQ
Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.
7707 SW 44th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73179 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-405-745-1100
Fax Number: 1-405-745-1547
Customer Service Number: 1-800-888-0321




29 comments:

  1. I a regular customer a Hobby Lobby in Manitowoc and was distressed that they will no longer stock the beautiful Christian cards. Please reconsider returning the greeting card stock. I am unable to travel to other Hobby Lobbys sites I am very disappointed with your decision. I pray you will reconsider this decision.

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  2. I am writing regarding the removal of the beautiful Christion greeting cards and related items from the Manitowoc WI Hobby Lobby store. I was very distressed when I went in to purchase the greeting cards that are the best in the city to find the shelves empty. I learned that the removale of this department was a Corporate decision and I pray that you will reconsider

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  3. i can't understand how a co. can claim to be a christian co. and treat there employes the way they do, the jackson tn. store needs to be looked at.

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  4. I can not understan how a company that claims to be a Christian Company can treat their employees the way they do, the Chattanooga, TN (Hixson store) needs to be investigated. This manager has not paid one of the employees there for more than a full pay period, using the excuse that her check did not arrive with the other checks. This person lives pay check to pay check and cannot pay rent, etc. without each and every check on time. The manager could have paid this out of petty cash and then the employee pay it back, after all the work has already been performed, it is not a loan just a payment for work performed. It seems obvious that you don't choose managers who really know how to manage. I have been in management for many years and have also owned a business, so I know this is not legal. I am not related to the person of whom I am speaking, but I am very upset that a company that claims to be Christian based could tolerate this kind of treatment to employees. Due to this treatment I will not be shopping at any Hobby Lobby and will also pass this on to many other people.

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  5. After reading about Hobby Lobby filing a law suit against the government over free contraception I cannot in good faith do business with a company that has so little regard for it's female employees. Keep religion out of business.

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    1. Being pro-life is not simply being "religious", it is rational! It is simply a stance in which the benefit of the doubt is given to the fetus - that it is human life and needs protection! Hobby Lobby is not standing against contraception, but only against providing "abortion" methods such as the "morning after pill". Businesses as well as people have the right and responsibility to live by their convictions, just as you have that right. Thank you Hobby Lobby for "backbone" with regard to the value of human life!

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    2. I came here to find contact info to let the corporate office know that neither I nor any of my family will shop there again until the company is under new ownership.
      I will never support any company, man or woman that wants to fight against my rights as a woman. Never..

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    3. lol your rights as a woman. That’s funny. Let’s just forget about the rights of the unborn. They are not important enough for you to be concerned about. Abortion would be fine with me if we would just answer one question.... what is it? Is it a human being?? Well let’s see... is it human? Yes. Any geneticist will agree completely. Is it alive? Well it’s growing so it is a being. So it’s a “human being”. Is it separate from the mother? Of course it is. It has its own dna. So really it’s a no brainer to me. I believe that human beings possess intrinsic value. If the unborn is not a human being, no justification for abortion is necessary. However, if the unborn is a human being, no justification for abortion is adequate.
      My 2 cents

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    4. I feel birth control should be covered, however; the morning after pill is a whole different issue. I work in a pharmacy and see the same girls over and over buying the morning after pill. I do not fell a company should have to be responsible for the actions of irresponsible people.

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  6. Anonymous (9/12/12), I don't think they need your patronage.....plenty of us Christians will be visiting their stores on a more regular basis. What happened to freedom of religion? Why is it not okay for Christians to stand for their religions convictions? Our Founding Fathers were Christians and relied on the Bible to form this perfect Union. They would be rolling over in their graves if they saw what liberals are trying to force down our throats. It's time for Christians to stand up to tyranny. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Hobby Lobby. I am thankful for your willingness to stand in our place legally.

    And, anonymous, no one said women should be prevented from contraception......I just don't think we should HAVE to pay for this out of taxpayer dollars. The pill is cheap. Give up a few meals out and you can buy it yourself. Government needs to quit trying to control every aspect of our lives! Socialism doesn't work in a free society. You GO HOBBY LOBBY!

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  7. I have shopped at Hobby Lobby since they moved to my city and I am proud of their decision to file a lawsuit against the Obama administration. As Christians we are to obey civil law unless it goes against God's Laws. Keep the Faith Hobby Lobby!

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  8. Iam not sure who talk to, we were told if we talk to anyone outside the store we well get fired.
    Are manager at hobby lobby 127 something might be going on, not sure he has this lady friend that comes in alot, buying alot of stuff, not sure if its going out the door with out paying for it or he is giveing big discounts to her,
    What get us there an Employee there that rings her this lady up. Thats the Managers A team employee . The Manager and the Employee are really close and there both married. they text each other all day on there cells , thought we are not allowed to have cell phones on the floor, but she can,she can do what ever she wants,
    she hid in the warehouse wrapping up this ladys items in sacks hiding behind the camera, we all saw it,
    Andwhen in fabrics the employees do not do cut ticket for her,
    we saw the manager walk out with a 9 foot tree no knows if she payed for it.
    alot weired things going on
    Another manager knows whats going from another store. he talks to her and some employees at work to.his Ateam he calls them. 4 them, and well do what ever for him to get what they want, Better hours more hours than alot employees he even cut some employees to 32 hours so he can give his Ateam 35 to 40 or over time, thats not fair.
    The whole store sees this but were all afraid to talk to anyone. told if we do were fired or are lives be a liveing hell.
    When the lady returns items whe doesnt have a recepit. alot employees wont return her merchandise they know whats going on. there afraid they well get fired or something.
    Shes get free items or discounts. and brings back the stuff for full price. this what we saw or heard,
    Not sure if this all True. but something going. on and were all afraid, for are jobs, what do we do Employees at 127

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    1. Doesn't anyone who comments on this site have a spelling and grammar check?

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  9. I applaud the owners of Hobby Lobby for living according to their faith in their "private" life and "business" life (though to a Christian they are one and the same - whole life) and suing the gov't so as not to be a party to abortion. Though a Federal Court ruled against them, I hope they take their case to the higher courts. They will prevail. I don't know how the judge in the Federal case could have thought they could get away with making the claim that a corporation has no Constitutional rights when the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of rights of corporations rights with regard to campaign finance on First Ammendment grounds. Private corporations are owned by individuals and those indivduals, if also U.S. citizens, have Constitutional rights that do not end at the door of the businesses they own and operate. - Tom from MA

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    1. Right and no judge can rule that it you want to own and operate a business you have to forfeit you 1st Ammendment rights!

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  10. I have been a customer of Hobby Lobby for many years spending at least several thousand dollars a year. After hearing of your bigoted stance against your women employees by suing so you can keep from providing contraception insurance, I have decided to not ever shop at your store again. Hurting a woman's chance at good health is not a christian act. You have allowed your political ideas into the work place. Your act is a selfish one insuring higher profits by not spending money on insurance and giving your women employees their legal rights.

    I am appalled at your treatment of women!

    Michaels and Old Time Pottery will now receive my business and your profits.

    Diane Gates Robinson

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  11. I love Hobby Lobby but the manager in the Cleveland Tn store is the devil. She belittles her employees in front of customers and when checking you out she talks to you like your a uneducated idot, she has also cursed her employees. The title Christian Company needs to be removed because God doesnt like ugly. I was told by several employees that she has been reported several times but no action has been taken. Mr Green you need to wake up and take action.

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  12. Dear Hobby Lobby
    I am writing because I would like to see if I can get in touch with David Green. I am a fan of the store since they opened here Mcallen, TX. When they open the new on the Southside of Mcallen, I was super excited. I have shopped there a least 3 to 4 times a week. Well I think its been about 5 months that there has been a new Co manager who started working there who doesn't seem very friendly with customers when they ask for help. Instead of helping the customer he looks at them and tells them to wait until one of the store employees come to help. Also I personal have see some ugly glance at hispanic people. I also have seen how he treats his employees too. I thought this store is based on Christian family. There are other things I can say but will not because I strongly believe that David green didn't know what is going on in thisTexas store. I would love to be able to speak to David Green but if I cannot,than speak to someone higher. Thanks

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  13. I am a jeweler. I am opening a store in Memphis in a few weeks. I have always enjoyed purchasing products from your store until today. Whenever I make the trip to Jackson, Tennessee I always stop in at the store there. Today, I made the 1 hour drive for two doctor appointments. Before my first appointment I visited your store and made multiple purchases. I am making gifts for my store for Valentines Day. After my first doctors appointment I returned to the store and spent another hour in your store coming up with new ideas and making more purchases. After my second doctors appointment I returned again to my favorite store and made several more purchases for my projects. The store was busy and had many employees and customers at the checkout. Upon checking out one of your employees stopped me, asked me in a loud voice why I had been in the store "4" times. I stopped and politely told her that I enjoy the store and can't make up my mind on what to buy. I even began telling her about my project using metal foil to create roses for Valentines Day. She kept saying "4 Times you've been in here" in a voice loud enough for everyone to hear. Obviously, she had made up her mind that I was up to nefarious deeds and was trying to make me uncomfortable enough by insinuating in public that I was a thief. I finally politely said "Only 3 times" as I walked off to which she loudly responded "4 times". I am tempted to return and speak with the manager and ask for her termination. I ran a security company for several years which included loss prevention and I would not have tolerated this behavior from an employee. I spent a total of $177 dollars today and have spent thousands in the past. I had enough class and decorum to not make a scene in front of your customers. Your employees should have such traits. I will not be making future purchases from your store in Jackson, Tn. Whether I visit your stores in the Memphis areas depends on how your company feels about an employee intentionally trying to shame a return customer.
    Truly,
    Cecil Norwood
    Norwood Diamonds

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  14. This is a review about the Modesto California store. I was in the store on Friday June 7th and at closing . I left my sunglasses there in the bathroom. I called the next morning and spoke to ASHLEY (a full time employee) she asked me to describe the glasses. I described the glasses in full stating the name of the expensive designer brand and all, she stated that she had the glasses in her hand and she would put them in safe keeping for me to pick up. I explained to her that it would be sometime during the week and she said they would be in safe keeping not to worry. I was so happy thinking that I was blessed that they are this Religious based company and there honest. WELL THAT'S A CROCK!!! My husband gets to the store only to find out that they no longer have the glasses and show him a pair that are not mine. Then and there my husband calls me and puts the female assistant manager Jolisa who says that she will speak to ashlee and call me back. I ender up calling her back and she said that Ashley described the glasses to me and that I said there mine. THATS A LIE !! I described them to her , I even had someone that was sitting next to me hearing the whole conversation as t he phone was on speaker phone in my car while I was driving! I was told there is nothing they can do and the store manager Jerry would be in Monday and I would have to wait until then! Monday roles around and I receive a call wanting to know the exact time I spoke to her (Ashley ) and what the receipt time was . Jerry final say was that the glasses Ashley had were not mine and there is nothing he can do about it. I called corporate ony to be told by LESLIE that there is nothing they can do that the manager said those are not the glasses I have described. AFTER READING ALL THE POOR REVIEWS ABOUT THE CHAIN OF STORES THIS SITUATION DOES SURPRISE ME. PLEASE TAKE TIME TO CONSIDER WHERE YOU THE CONSUMER WANTS YOUR HARD EARNED DOLLAR SPENT. I PREFER TO SPEND IT WHERE THE CUSTOMER SERVICE IS GOOD AND THERE IS SOME FORM OF HONOR AND HONESTY! IT'S MY SOLE OPINION THAT HOBBY LOBBY DOES NOT FALL IN THAT CATEGORY. MICHEAL'S I'M COMING BACK TO YOU!!!

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  15. Seriously, Christmas is taking over the store in July, what a disappointment for a Christian store, let's do one holiday at a time - my friends and I will not shop any longer at your store this soon before the holidays - you have completely lost the meaning the "Christmas" - all for a buck. Sad, sad.

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  16. You need to do investigation on a assistant manager Carla twilly...in Alabama...giving several of her friends discounts and using her discount

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  17. I don't understand how a company that claims to be a Christian Company can treat employees the way they do. Managers can lie & treat employees like dirt & get away with anything & brag about how many complaints he has & still a Manager at Hobby Lobby. What does that say for the company that hired him & keeps him employed.

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  18. To Whom it May Concern:

    This email is intended for your Marketing Director. However, since your website does not provide a list of Corporate Office Employees Emails, I request that it gets forwarded to the appropriate person(s).

    I greatly HATE that I get an email EVERY sunday from your company. It’s not that I hate getting the email. I hate that it comes on a day that the store is closed. I get this email at 3AM, yet the store is closed for more than 24 hours after that point. I believe you would benefit more from sending the email even 24 hours later; however, preferably prior to 8am on Monday Mornings may give you a greater revenue. I feel this could be a marketing mistake of your Hobby Lobby Bigwigs by sending the email at the current date and time.

    In 2009 (so this is not a new concept) there actually was a study done of “best times” to send an email by a proprietor. This was based on “unsubscribe,” location of inbox placement relative to opening, and the findings EVEN THEN were astounding. The report concludes that by simply offering your subscribers a preferred time to receive weekly emails your revenue could go up as much as 40%.
    http://www.email-marketing-reports.com/iland/2009/06/assessing-best-time-to-send-email.html

    As recent as a 2013 survey, it is known that more than desktop users, most people open their email on a mobile device. To me, this says why not send an email during open (or close to opening) hours. http://www.informz.com/blog/2013-email-marketing-benchmark-report/ I have not followed your company on the stock market, I would however inference that since you have less open hours than a Michaels' or even JoAnn’s, that your 6 day revenue is less than their 7 day revenues, respectively.

    Disclaimer: i do not have a marketing degree. I have not earned a MBA of any sort. I am merely an educated and informed consumer. It should not matter my demographics but if you need this information for ability to validate my statements. I am a married white female with 3 toddlers and am still married to my original and only husband and ALL of children’s father (who were all born after we were married). I am a registered Republican voter that has NEVER missed an election, primary, etc. Furthermore, I probably fit in the “ideal customer” demographic as I have a Masters’ Degree in Education and tend to use crafting supplies to function as an adjunct to my lessons. I am 37, I have worked birth to five, K-8, HS, and adult education. Math is actually my area of expertise. This is why I know how to read a graph that includes a “standard deviation.”

    Please forward to appropriate person(s) including but not limited to anyone at corporate office in Oklahoma. CEO & Founder- David Green, or any one in Marketing or Informations Systems.

    I thank you for your time.

    Respectfully,

    A. M. Carter

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  19. Please pass this on to your corporate office for me.


    Supreme Court case Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby.

    Hypocrisy at its best from a Corporation that has their shelves filled with items made in China -- a country that has state sanctioned and encouraged abortions. This is not about values -- it is about Control and political ideology.

    I admit I borrowed the comment above, but the author won't mind. If you want to make a stand then make a stand that shows you're about more than your bottom line.

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  20. you.re all low lifes

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  21. I will never shop in Hobby Lobby again. The Supreme court ruling is outrageous. Hobby Lobby buys from China thus supporting state sponsored abortion but doesn't want to have birth control covered for their female employees? Hypocrites!

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  22. I am greatly disappointed that hobby lobby would make their employees work a 10 hour day on truck day. Calling the day an event. Pushing your employees who are already working their butts off for you. We never had a problem before when we worked 8 hours. I love my job but some people just can't work that long on their feet.

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