Giant Eagle Corporate Office

Giant Eagle Corporate Office Address

Giant Eagle, Inc.
101 Kappa Dr
Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Contact Giant Eagle

Phone Number: (412) 963-6200
Fax Number: (412) 963-1510
Website: http://www.gianteagle.com
Email: Email Giant Eagle

Executives

CEO: Laura Karet
CFO: Mary Winston
COO: John Lucot

Giant Eagle History

Giant Eagle was founded in 1918 as Eagle Grocery by 3 families: Porter, Chait and Goldstein/Shapira.

In 1928, they sell the company to Kroger.

In 1931, after their non-compete had elapsed, those 3 families joined the Moravitz and Weizenbaum families to form Giant Eagle.

The company grows steadily in the 30s and 40s despite the Great Depression.

The company expanded to Ohio in the 1980s with the acquisition of Youngstown based Tamarkin.

In 1991, the Giant Eagle Advantage Card is introduced.

In 2000, the company enters the Columbus, Ohio market.  They expand to Toledo the following year.

By 2008, the company had 23 stores in the Columbus market.

Today, Giant Eagle operates 221 stores in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland.  They also operate 168 GetGo gas stations.

 

 

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Les DeJulio July 29, 2015 at 9:08 pm

Giant Eagle, do you think your shoppers are idiots? Your prices are far from the best. Just shop around. Your gas prices are not the best and your peanut perks we get do not improve the price.I shop at the Waterfront GE. Why does that store continually change this store around ? Do you think that having the shopper look around for product will make them buy more? Your wrong. It makes them go to Shop N Save or Wal Mart where items in the stores stay in the same places and the prices are better. Also, You have no “Advantage” to anyone. Just ask around. I cant find a person that likes GE. I am going to post on social media how much I dislike your whole operation and lets see if your numbers improve. You don’t realize that most folks agree with me. One time, Just one time, explain on a tv commercial what this “Advantage” truly is shopping there. It is extremely vague even to loyal customers. Realize GE, social media can make or break you. You are small potatoes compared to the voice of the people. Why don’t you start to ask the customer what he wants not do what you think he wants. You are far from being on the edge of being progressive in your operational methods.

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Ruby July 25, 2015 at 2:10 pm

Hello I work at giant eagle and the orders have been coming in over 7 feet tall and leaning very badly and today there was raw chicken on top of already cooked food very un safe can u please do something about this thank u

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