Burger King Corporate Office

Burger King Corporate Office Address

Burger King Worldwide Inc.
5505 Blue Lagoon Dr
Miami, FL 33126

Contact Burger King

Phone Number: (305) 378-3000
Fax Number: (305) 378-7262
Website: http://www.bk.com
Email: Email Burger King


CEO: Bernardo Vieira Hees
CFO: Daniel S. Schwartz
COO: Flavia Faugeres

Burger King History

Burger King began in 1953 in Jacksonville, Florida as Insta-Burger King.  The company was founded by Keith J. Kramer and Matthew Burns.

In 1957, the Whopper is introduced.

The company was purchased by David Edgerton and James McLamore in 1959 and renamed to Burger King.

By 1967, there were over 250 Burger King locations and the company was purchased by the Pillsbury Company.

In 1975, the company introduces drive-thru windows.

In 1989, Grand Metropolitan PLC acquired Pillsbury and Burger King.

In 1997, Grand Metropolitan merges with Guinness & Co to form Diageo PLC.

In 2002, the Burger King is purchased from Diageo by Texas Pacific, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs.

In 2006, the company goes public.

In 2010, Burger King is acquired by 3G Capital and taken private.

Today, Burger King is one of the largest fast food chains in the world.  There are over 12,000 restaurants in 73 countries.




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vida black October 18, 2014 at 2:35 pm

I would like to send a email to the corporate office to ask for sponsorship with a few coupons to be given to our kids in our academic program in rewarding them with achieving good grades on the upcoming report card and throughout the year.


Fred October 18, 2014 at 1:39 pm

I just came back from BK in N.Andover Mass.
I would be ashamed if I owned BK, I always loved BK, never went any place else .
I order 2 # 3′s a root beer and a milk shake the meal
Root beer they gave me diet coke I think Milk shake shrunk you should be embarrassed
Burgers were terrible tasting I threw them out.

#1 if you want to make a profit go up on the price,don’t shrink everything.
People think with their eyes not their head, $16.35 down the drain Terrible Terrible
When you ask the attendant a question they need a dictionary to answer.


Brian Selvick October 17, 2014 at 2:23 pm

On October 11. 2014
After they screwed up my order. The manager started yell at me in the store and people leaving. He walked away. Came back and called me to the bathroom. I refused.
Filed complaint in store without responce. Call customer service center. Got ca) s back 12wk late. The store called me a liar. Regional office just yelling at me. I will never go back.
store was in Bryant, Ar. .


Pam McKinney October 13, 2014 at 2:11 pm

I live in El Dorado, Arkansas and haven’t been to our Burger King in a very long time, but the other night after our local football game, my boyfriend and I decided to go in for a Chicken Sandwich.
From the moment I walked in, I noticed how dirty and unclean it was. I wondered why no one else was eating, but figured out real quick why. The door going into Burger King was filthy and the floors and tables were are dirty. Three of the employees were sitting in one of the booths talking on there cell phone’s and cutting up like we wasn’t even there. I went up to order and one of the ladies sitting down ask from the booth did I want to place and order? I said really, did you just ask that? We went ahead and ordered, but I was so hesitant to eat the food because of how dirty the resturant was.
Please look into this Burger King and how it is being run, because if you don’t get them lined out, this Burger king will close due to lack of customers.


Michael October 12, 2014 at 11:54 pm

Burger King does not take care of its employees. My son was injured on the job and taken to the hospital by his manager at 3:30 in the morning back in April 2014. The manager neglected to fill out the proper paperwork indicating it was a work-related injury and my son began getting the bills. He turned each one over to BK, assured each time that they would take care of it. Here it is October. The account has gone to collections in my son’s name. I have tried several times to contact Rita Reed, the manager of Burger King 13144 in Concord, NH, but she has not returned my calls. Since the merger with Tim Hortons on August 26, the number for the corporate office in Miami has been disconnected and I am unable to find a new number for that office. I was able to get through to a corporate number and was transferred to an extension for Worker’s Comp claims. I was asked if the injury occurred at a corporate location or a franchise. When I said franchise, she said that I needed to deal with the local restaurant directly. I’ve been told by an employee at store #13144 that since the merger, they no longer have insurance. BK is essentially trying to stick my son with a $2000 bill for a work-related injury that has been mishandled from day one and refuse to work with us to get this resolved properly. I caution anyone who works for BK or who is thinking of applying to think that the company will take care of you if something happens, because they won’t.


Steve Archer October 17, 2014 at 2:23 pm

I worked for a Burger King earlier this year and had to wait for a month and a half to get my first paycheck. I had to threaten them with a lawyer and BBB in order for them to get the ball rolling. There was no phone for this particular location so I had to call my manager each day to see if I was scheduled (they didnt let you see the schedule because they constantly changed it) and half the time they would say I was like 2 hours late for work. This would not have been the case if the employees knew when they had to work beforehand. The restaurant fired 2 night employees leaving me to take up their slack. I told them I have no problem with that as long as I was allowed more time to complete the work. They didnt allow it and I left. I am now trying to get back into school and need my tax returns from last year. Problem is, they never sent me one!


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