Albertsons Corporate Office

Albertsons Corporate Office Address

Albertsons LLC
250 E Parkcenter Blvd
Boise City, ID 83706

Contact Albertsons

Phone Number: (208) 395-6200
Fax Number: (208) 395-6349
Website: http://www.albertsons.com
Email: Email Albertsons

Executives

CEO: Robert Miller
CFO: Rick Navarro
COO: Bob Butler

Albertsons History

Albertsons was founded in 1939 by Joe Albertson in Boise, Idaho as Albertson’s Food Center.  The original store had free parking, a money-back guarantee on products and an ice cream parlor, all firsts at the time.

The company expands to Oregon, Washington, Utah and Montana during the 1950s.

In 1959, the company goes public.

In 1964, the company expands to California with the acquisition of Greater All American Markets.

In 1976, the company begins building superstores and starts to phase out its traditional grocery locations.

In 1979, the first warehouse store is opened.

In 1992, the company acquires Jewel Osco and their 74 stores.

In 1999, the chain acquires American Stores Company in a huge acquisition deal.

In 2004, the company acquired both Shaw’s and Star Markets chains.

In 2006, the chain was acquired by SuperValu and taken private.

In 2013, the chain was acquired from SuperValu by Cerberus Capital Management.

Today, Albertsons operates over 1000 stores in 29 US states under 8 separate brands.

 

 

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Richard Dodd April 9, 2014 at 7:56 pm

I’ve been around corporate people for a long time. Never seen what is going on with Safeway. Might as well close most of the stores before you take over. Safeway is trying to destroy many of them before Albertsons takes over. I don’t work for them but have someone in Delta Co that does. Looks as though they are cutting hours to put more money in corporate pockets before Albertsons takes over. Feel sorry for Albertsons. Safeway is killing the customer base. Pits for employees and pits for customers..

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Heather-Michelle Trujillo April 9, 2014 at 6:39 pm

Hello,
I truly hope this letter reaches someone who has the authority to make a difference in the life of an employee. At approximately 7:15 pm, on April 7, 2014. I approached Estella Cervantes who works in the Bakery. I told her that I was looking for “Ladyfingers” and when she explained that she didn’t know what they were. I described them, and we had a short discussion about them, and how she remembered that they had been available once, but not anymore. She then brainstormed with me about other locations for where I could find these elusive little cakes. When she mentioned a couple of locations that were downtown, and in areas that I wasn’t familiar with (I no longer live in Albuquerque or Rio Rancho, I’m here on vacation) she offered to check them FOR me on her way to work in the morning. I protested, but she insisted. She THEN offered to purchase the items herself, if they had the for me, so that I wouldn’t have to make an unnecessary trip into town! She called me the next morning, and told me that neither place had them, but she had several other suggestions, and was apologizing to ME, for not being able to find them and THEN she THANKED me, Can you imagine? She took the phrase: ” Going above and beyond” to a WHOLE new level! Which is really saying something considering the fact that in my opinion Albertsons already has the best customer service anyhow. Please, take this and information and reward this amazing lady in any manner that you can for this. I can only do a few little things for her, flowers aren’t the same as recognition from the powers that be for a job very well done! If anyone has any questions or would like to discuss this further, I can be reached @ 1-(505)-409-XXXX. Thank You for listening (reading) Heather-Michelle Trujillo

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Linda April 4, 2014 at 3:32 pm

To whom it may concern:
I went to Albertson’s Store located on Craig and Decatur in Las Vegas, NV, this morning April 4, 2014. I’m making a complaint about an older lady and a younger male employee that was busy talking about how good it is to that they got rid of the quick check-out machine. Well, the quick check-out machine is alot better than the cashiers, for the employees at Albertson Store are busy gossiping while checking out groceries. They’re so worried about the machine taking over their jobs. I’d rather have a machine check out my groceries than to have an employee that gossips with employees and customers. I will be doing my shopping at another grocery store, I hear that Smih’s Food King employees takes their jobs seriously, that’s the business that consumers want.

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Robin Lord April 4, 2014 at 11:35 am

My family is a regular shopper at the Albertsons store in Northridge, CA on Balboa st
and Nordhoff and we just wanted to say how pleased we are working with Kathy in the
Deli department who always works so hard to make our shopping experience a delightful
time. She is always so helpful and full of great ideas for meals.

Also Julia the cashier is another great employee who also works very hard to make
the customer feel happy and glad they shopped there.

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charles lamont February 25, 2014 at 3:32 pm

I live in San Pedro Ca zip 90731 near your store at 25th and Western ave. I’m a landlord and have had a USPS express mail envelope stolen from my porch or delivered to the wrong address. The sender (my tenant) did not ask for a signature for conformation .
The mail contained 2 Money Gram money orders for $500 each (rent) from the tenant in Riverside Ca.
One was cashed at the above mentioned Albertson’s. I’m waiting for a copy of the second money order which was cashed the same day according to MoneyGram. On the copy I have of the M.O. cashed at Albertsons the payee line (usually made out to me and my wife) was whited out and replaced with “Albertsons” written in.There’s also a drivers license number and what looks like an employee ID on the copy.
I have the printed history of money orders from this tenant deposited at my bank to compare to the fraudulent forged copy cashed at Albertsons .
I talked to the manager Randy at the store and he said they have video of the transaction and urged me to file a police report. I filed a report with LAPD Harbor Division and was told- among other things to “sue Albertsons”.
I’m going through the procedures recommended by Money Gram to recover my stolen $1000. The Albertsons store at that location is also a money gram vendor.
I have copies of everything and the tenant has the originals.
The thief has stolen my mail and forged the payee name and stolen my rent money.
Albertsons cashing this crudely forged money order was a key link in the chain of transfer of my $1000 to the criminal that stole it.
Whether this is an issue of incompetence or criminal complicity I don’t claim to know. Does Albertsons have any kind of insurance for an event of this type? Would it be possible to re-imburse me and subrogate Money Gram?
I’d appreciate some help with this matter Thank You Charles Lamont 310 748 XXXX

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greg tye February 19, 2014 at 9:08 am

To Whom It Concern
I went shopping at the Albertsons in Clearwater
2170 Gulf-to-bay, Clearwater FL 33765
And the manager Gary last night called me a “black dumb a** n****” and that’s not right. So now I’m getting my lawyer involved because being rascal to a consumer is inappropriate so have a nice day any questions contact me at 813999XXXX if you don’t get a response then you can email me gregorytXXXX@gmail.com hope to hear from you

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Renette February 7, 2014 at 12:52 am

I went to albertons at 7271 Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, Nv 89119. I purchased 4 boxes of Kcups which came with $1 off a box which could be used in the same purchase. I seen the cashier remove all 4 $1 coupons from the boxes thinking he would apply them. I looked at my receipt and he didn’t apply the coupons. He kept them!! I also earned 10 monopoly tickets (pertaining to other products i purchased) which he said he gave them to me. I didn’t have them with my receipt and they weren’t in my shopping bags. I returned to the store and he refused to give them to me. Basic assumption, he kept the 4 $1 coupons and my 10 monopoly tickets! I specifically purchased these products to take advantage of these benefits. The cashier ( aka manager) kept them and refused to return them. Very disappointing. It’s my first and last time ill be shopping there and ill be sure to spread the word about the terrible management service I received. Word of mouth is good and also damaging.

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Jes February 2, 2014 at 6:02 pm

I dropped by the albertson’s in bellingham, wa this morning 6am.
I was going to purchase the orville popcorn and the deal was if you purchase the orville popcorn you’ll get one free plus two sunkist pops.

Well at checkout the cashier named “Dan” who claims he’s the manager said I can’t use a manufacturer coupon for the orville popcorn and plus the in ad coupon for the sunkist pop together. He said it’s against state law for me to use the two coupons together.

When is it against the law to use the correct coupons for the correct items?
That’s the last time I’m ever going to shop at Albertson’s, FRED MEYERS is alot better in selection, price and service period. Without the drama.

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marcus wisner December 22, 2013 at 12:34 pm

My name is Marcus and I work at albertsons on northwest hwy I complaint cause mangement not run right the mangers always mad the coworker are messy and when they know ya are coming they try to act nice can you please sent somebody to the store a lot worker are leaving I just lost My friend to another job because of them it not a safe work place either change need to be made or news here bout it

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davinne cooper December 12, 2013 at 9:09 pm

to whom it may concern,
i have been trying to get the circular ads to be mailed to my home and no one
has been able to help me. what is the deal with that? my dad has tried also
and can’t either. please can someone help us with this problem we are having!!!
337-207-XXXX is my cell .
davinne cooper
XXXX cooper rd.
arnaudville la.
70512

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roxanne jenkins October 3, 2013 at 12:13 pm

To Mr. Bob Butler COO,
I just watched your new commercial about your October store sale. I found the commercial to be disturbing and not reflective of your community efforts as stated in your mission statement. The commercial is of a little boy stating that his mother told him that there will not be enough room in the car because of all the groceries she wil buy becuase of the sale. He goes on to say something to the effect that something negatively will happen becuase of her comment to him. The commercial ends with hearing the overhead speaker in the store stating “clean up on ailes. I had to watch the commercial several times to even get what your sales ad was stating becuase I was so shocked at what the child was saying. The message I recieved was a little boy being vindictive and getting back at his mother becuase he did not get his way. I don’t think your ad people or your company thought this all the way through. If anyone in the board room thought this commercial was not appropriate when decision to air it, then they should have followed their gut instinct.
I am, and have been a RN for 35 years. I teach for a community college as adjunct faculty. I have never been compelled to write a letter to a company before this commercial. I have been an Albertsons shopper for the past 20 years and have enjoyed shopping there but feel I can no longer shop at Albertsons while the commercial continues to air portraying such a negative impact on parental decisions. Unfortunately, there is another commercial airing with the same negative message impacting on parental decision for the sake of the child. Did I miss the memo that it was okay to teach children to become deceiving, vindictive, and getting back at parents? You all really blew it on this one.

Thanks for reading this (I hope)
Roxanne Jenkins

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Eileen August 20, 2013 at 6:32 pm

I live in Torrance, CA.
Do you carry Mapleine (imitation maple flavoring)?
Thanks so much.
Eileen Nitsche

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