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Mattel Corporate Office

Mattel Corporate Office Address

Mattel, Inc.
333 Continental Blvd
El Segundo, CA 90245

Contact Mattel

Phone Number: (310) 252-2000
Fax Number: (310) 252-2179
Website: http://www.mattel.com
Email: Email Mattel

Executives

CEO: Bryan G. Stockton
CFO: Kevin M. Farr
COO: Robert A. Stockton

Mattel History

Mattel was founded in 1945 by Howard Matson and Eliot Handler, who combined their names to form Mattel.  Eliot’s wife, Ruth, became the company president and created Barbie in 1959.

In the 1960s, Mattel revolutionized the toy industry with talking dolls.  Chatty Cathy and See N’ Say toys helped the company became the largest toy makers in the USA.

During the late 1980s and early 1990s, Mattel distributed Nintendo products in Canada and the UK.

In 2002, Mattel closed its last factory in the USA (Fisher-Price) and moved all toy making to China.  In 2007, Mattel recalled over 18 million toys including Dora the Explorer and Sesame Street due to lead based paints used in China.

Mattel is currently the world’s largest toy manufacturer.  They produce many highly popular brands including Fisher-Price, Barbie dolls, Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars.

 

 

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Dawn December 25, 2015 at 2:58 am

I am a long time Mattel toy user and purchaser. I am so disappointed with the Barbie Dream House 2015 it says has all these working parts but they all use the same table to operate the functions, so
Can’t have a fish tank and use the bathroom. With the high cost of this piece I really expected much more and will do more research on your products before buying. In the past the name said you get what you pay for not get fooled

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Shameka Hatcher December 19, 2015 at 11:26 am

I am very confused as to why your company feels the need to add a transgender doll to your barbie collection! Why are you adding genitals that are detailed. Do u really think young girls should be exposed to this? Im talking about the age of three.
Are you really serious right now????
It Is really sad that your company as to conform to very low standards to keep the money flowing.
I am one of the thousands of mothers with little girls that will no longer purchase from your company. I have begun a petition on this concern.

Maybe Bryan Stockton, kevin farr, and Robert Stockton who are all CPO executive like the idea and have a sick mind to push this item and others like it.

sincerly One angry mom

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Malcolm baxter November 29, 2015 at 8:33 am

As in the past months , I have sent emails to your company regarding my jig saw puzzles patent, and making you aware of such a patent , your interactive little people,s jig saw puzzles may infringe my patent , as I say your company has never replied to my emails. Please forward this mail to any executive who will make some attempt to reply . Kind regards Malcolm.

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Malcolm baxter November 4, 2015 at 9:43 am

For the attention of the CEOs of Mattel. As the uk and Europe patent holder of multiple sounds into jig saw puzzles,over the past year I have sent emails to your company regarding, your little people interactive jig saw puzzles, as my patents content is that by placing any said piece of puzzle onto a base board respective of what it is made of to create the said sounds, is what my patent was granted on, all response I get from my emails is that your company no longer sells or manufactures these puzzles. But I still see on your web pages you are still selling the said product. I would really like an honest answer. Look forward to an early response . Kind regards Malcolm .

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Amy Ferneding September 9, 2015 at 7:36 am

I’ve noticed all your dolls have long flowing hair. My idea is for all the little girls fighting a type of cancer that are losing or have lost their hair. Wouldn’t it be politically correct to make one without hair to support the children with cancer? The proceeds could go towards helping those fight cancer.

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