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REI Corporate Office

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REI Corporate Office Address

REI, Inc
6750 S. 228th Street
Kent, Washington 98032

Contact REI

Phone Number: (253) 395-3780
Fax Number: (253) 891-2523
Website: http://www.rei.com/
Email: Email REI

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REI Executives

CEO: Jerry Stritzke
CFO: Eric Artz
COO: Scott Fletcher

REI History

REI was founded in 1938 in Seattle, Washington by Lloyd and Mary Anderson. Originally named REI Co-Op, the store later changed the name to simply REI, which stands for Recreational Equipment Incorporated.

REI is a consumers cooperative with a $20 lifetime membership fee. Members receive an annual dividend equal to 10 percent of the amount of purchases they have made during a calendar year. This dividend must be spent at an REI store.

The company specializes in outdoor recreational gear and accessories, sporting goods, footwear, outdoor apparel and active wear, along with camping gear. REI has more than 140 retail stores as well as selling online and via catalogs. The company had annual revenue of $2.2 billion in 2014.

REI FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for REI ?
Answer 1: The phone number for REI is (253) 395-3780.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of REI ?
Answer 2: The CEO of REI is Jerry Stritzke.

Question 3: Who founded REI ?
Answer 3: REI was founded by in .

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Angela O'Brien October 29, 2018 at 7:52 pm

My purpose contacting REI is about a negative experience my 17-year-old son recently had in dealing with the Hingham, MA store. He applied for an entry level sales associate position online. My son was first given a phone screening and then scheduled for an interview at the store. On the day of the interview, he was called a few hours prior, while he was at school so a voicemail had to be left informing him that the interview had to be cancelled and rescheduled for the next day. He interviewed the next day and left feeling positive about the experience especially since the interviewer asked about his days of availability. Sadly, he received a generic letter sent to his email that “others were being considered for the job”. I understand apparently he wasn’t what this particular person was looking for – but my issue is “what has happened to people being human and giving someone a call vs. sending a form letter?” He is quite disappointed and not sure what happened – it would be nice to get some constructive feedback to help this young man become more marketable and optimistic about future dealings with businesses such as REI. I have lost respect for REI because of the poor way that my sons interview process was handled. Thank you for your interest.

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