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Brown Shoe Company Corporate Office Address

Brown Shoe Company
8300 Maryland Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63105

Contact Brown Shoe Company

Phone Number: (314) 854-4000
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Email: Email Brown Shoe Company

Brown Shoe Company Facts

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Brown Shoe Company Executives

CEO: Diane M. Sullivan
CFO: Kenneth H. Hannah
COO: Douglas W. Koch

Brown Shoe Company History

Brown Shoe Company was founded in 1878 as Bryan, Brown, and Company by George Warren Brown and Alvin Bryan.

Today the company operates the 1,100-location Famous Footwear chain, the e-commerce site, and specialty retail store Naturalizer.

Brown Shoe owns and markets the brands LifeStride, Via Spiga, Naturalizer, Sam Edleman, and Franco Sarto, and owns licensed brands Dr. Scholl’s, Fergie Footwear, Carlos by Carlos Santana, and Vince. In addition, the company operates American Sporting Goods Corporation as a subsidiary.

Brown Shoe Company trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol BWS, is a member of the S&P 600, is a member of the Russell 2000, is #826 in the Fortune 1000, and had $2.57 billion in revenue in 2014.

Brown Shoe Company FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Brown Shoe Company?
Answer 1: The phone number for Brown Shoe Company is (314) 854-4000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Brown Shoe Company?
Answer 2: The CEO of Brown Shoe Company is Diane M. Sullivan.

Question 3: Who founded Brown Shoe Company?
Answer 3: Brown Shoe Company was founded by in .

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Stella Johnson May 17, 2018 at 6:42 am

I ordered two pairs of sandals 8 days ago. One pair is on the way but the other is just sitting at the Chino CA warehouse. The site says to be shipped Sunday 5/13/18 but nothing has happened thus far. I have called customer service and have even sent an email Diane Sullivan but nothing. Customer service says to wait until next week. That is not acceptable and I am rip-roaring mad. Good shoes, bad service. Why can’t someone with authority call the warehouse and tell them to mail the shoes?


Patricia Armstrong February 24, 2018 at 9:49 am

I see there are many others with my complaint, I have a very narrow foot, among many Nauralizers I like one of my favorites is the summer sandal, Scout, over the years I have purchased many of them, now they don’t even make the AAA and I cannot wear them anymore. With summer coming up I’m desparate, I have tried other makes but do not like them. Please start making the AAA at least!.


Eugene Gray July 15, 2017 at 10:54 am

I own 1 share of Brown Group stock. I use to manage Regal shoe store at 1029 Lloyd center Portland Or. Can you quote todays stock price, and my new address is S. Depew Ok 74028
Sincerely, Eugene Gray


Melody Scott January 18, 2017 at 6:13 pm

I have been buying “narrow” women’s Naturalizer shoes for about 15 years. I am writing because I have recently had to return several pairs of “narrow” shoes because they are just not “narrow” enough. I am so disappointed and frustrated that I decided to write to you.

My most recent purchases were for the styles called White Lea Jetty” and “Blac Lea Sabin”. Both were returned because they are too narrow not only in the heel area, but overall as well. I bought 3 other pairs in Dec of 2016 that also had to be returned – but cannot recall the style name.

Naturalized shoes for years had been the one shoe I could rely on to be “truly narrow” and provided a good fit. But now I feel like you (like the clothing manufacturers) are “supersizing” the shoes – for what reason I cannot imagine.

I am pleading with you to return the “narrow” sizing to the narrow so years ago. I am forced to buy Munro narrow shoes otherwise, but they do not have as many styles to pick from as Naturalizer, and of course are more costly.


Fran Salinari August 14, 2016 at 10:42 pm

I have purchased a nice pair of platform sandle from your company called Sam and Libby’s. Thought they were comfortable until I went shopping with,y grand daughter then all of a sudden I felt like I couldn’t stand up straight the shoes had just fell apart like a dried up and feel apart like sand or a broken candle. I still can not. Believe it. Twisting my ankles and feet.


richard July 28, 2016 at 6:32 pm

Fort Collins, Colorado location is where I have purchased several shoes. The remodeled store looks great. Now however none of the shoes on display are priced! “We sell shoes so often off the displays it would be hard to keep them priced. Just ask us we will be glad to tell you the price.” Are you kidding me…I don’t shop that way. I like to compare value and look around. Sorry but you lost me if it is too much trouble to price your merchandise.


Lucy Cook May 23, 2016 at 1:25 pm

A few years ago Naturalizer made a sandal with a removable insole. I purchased two pair and my orthotics worked well with them. Do you have any plans for making another sandal with a removable insole? I wear a narrow shoe and most shoes made for this do not work for me as my orthotics are thin. Look forward to hearing from you…….Lucy Cook


Mrs. Harold Buland April 26, 2016 at 9:48 pm

I have a pair of naturalizer sandals that I have enjoyed much until the
Right one fell apart and left one is still very good. Let me know if I should mail them to you. I feel an adjustment should be made in some manner. Please let me hear from you. Sincerely, Mrs. Harold Buland,
Moorhead, MN 56560


Mrs. Harold Buland May 12, 2016 at 9:31 pm

I have not had any reply to my email. If this is not possible, please use my postal address,
Which is Mrs. Harold Buland

Moorhead, MN 56560
I wish you could see this pair of sandals. Left one is perfect and right one is a rag. . They were purchased at Herbergers, Moorhead, MN. 56560. Thanking you in advance.
Mrs. Harold Buland


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