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Levi Strauss & Company Corporate Office Address

Levi Strauss & Company
1155 Battery Street
San Francisco, California 94111

Contact Levi Strauss & Company

Phone Number: (415) 501-6000
Fax Number: (415) 501-7112
Website: http://www.levistrauss.com/
Email: Email Levi Strauss & Company

Levi Strauss & Company Facts

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Levi Strauss & Company Executives

CEO: Charles Victor Bergh
CFO: Harmit J. Singh
COO: Roy Enzo Bagattini

Levi Strauss & Company History

Levi Strauss & Company, known to almost everyone as simply “Levis”, was founded in 1853 by two businessmen, Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss. Strauss was already selling denim pants, but it was Davis who had the idea of putting copper rivets in pocket corners to keep them from tearing. Davis, however, was unable to afford a patent. He suggested to Strauss that they go into business together, and Levi jeans became very popular.

Today, this privately owned company has more than 2,800 retail locations, and their jeans are sold in almost every country in the world. The company had annual revenue in 2015 of $4.49 billion and more than 15,000 full time employees. In addition to the coveted jeans, the company also makes skirts, belts, shoes, T-shirts, dresses, overalls, jackets, trousers, shorts, wallets, and sweatshirts.

The company recently ran into controversy by posting signs outside their company owned stores which asked that people not bring firearms into their locations, even in states where open carry is legal.

Levi Strauss & Company FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Levi Strauss & Company?
Answer 1: The phone number for Levi Strauss & Company is (415) 501-6000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Levi Strauss & Company?
Answer 2: The CEO of Levi Strauss & Company is Charles Victor Bergh.

Question 3: Who founded Levi Strauss & Company?
Answer 3: Levi Strauss & Company was founded by in .

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Geri Marchetti June 19, 2018 at 12:44 pm

Hi I recently purchased a LEVI’S sign from a garage sale and was told it was from your old headquarters; and was wondering how i could get information on exactly where it hung and for how long. the sign is red and white lettering and the sign is a plug in light and very large 3’w x 20″ at its highest peak. shaped like the red levi tag on the pants. also it is moassic and approx 3″ in width. anything you can tell me about this sign would be very helpful. thank you


Toby Carroll April 25, 2018 at 12:04 pm

I have been a faithful Levi Strauss customer for more than fifty years. I have been buying over the past couple of years the 527 Slim Boot Cut and have been pretty much ok with them. But I recently purchased a pair that well, they simply suck. One leg is at least 1/2″ shorter than the other and after several washings who knows. The denim material feels kind of thin and flimsy as compared to my favorite faded (after use) 527’s. You may say ” should have tried them on”. Well didn’t see any need to, I haven’t changed my size the last couple of years didn’t think you would change much either, my bad lol. Too late to return, the receipt has probably been recycled into who knows what and I washed the jeans when I got home after purchase. Well I have wasted enough of my and your time so this is the end of my griping old fart letter. Thanks for listening (or reading if y’all really do) lol. Y’all take care out there, Toby Carroll P.S. Probably won’t buy anymore that’s up to Levi-Strauss.


Nancy Dunham August 14, 2017 at 7:20 pm

I wanted to write a letter and mail it to you and send a picture of what i am discussing.
I purchased a pair of black leather tie up dress shoes – possibly mens. they do not contain a size. The tongues have your logo on them.
The tongues of the shoes are too long and press against the front of my ankles which is not comfortable and could cut off circulation if i tie the shoes. Therefore I do not tie them. I put the top laces under the tongue and just slip into the shoes.

The first or second time I wore them, the knuckles of the 2nd toe of my right foot locked up and are still locked up. I know of no help for this problem.

Any ideas?

Thank you. Nancy


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