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Sportsman's Warehouse Corporate Office Address

Sportsman's Warehouse, Inc.
7035 South High Tech Drive
Midvale, Utah 84047

Contact Sportsman's Warehouse

Phone Number: (801) 566-6681
Fax Number: (801) 567-0000
Website: https://www.sportsmanswarehouse.com/
Email: Email Sportsman's Warehouse

Sportsman's Warehouse Facts

Founder: Bill Hayes
Date Founded: 1986
Founding Location: Midvale, Utah
Number of Employees: 5300

Sportsman's Warehouse Executives

CEO: John V. Schaefer
CFO: Dale Smith
COO: Karen Seaman

Sportsman's Warehouse History

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Sportsman’s Warehouse was founded by Bill Hayes in 1986 in Midvale, Utah. The company sells clothing, footwear, and gear which caters to sports-minded people with interests in hunting, shooting, ammo and reloading, camping, fishing, and other outdoor recreational activities.

Sportsman's 2 The company filed for bankruptcy in March of 2011 and emerged from chapter 11 later that same year.

Zack’s and other accounting firms are bullish on buying stock in the company, noting that they have made favorable changes to the company in the past 18 months. Time notes that Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops (which owns Cabela’s) and Sportsman’s Warehouse are the last remaining sports retailers that are willing to sell firearms.

Sportsman's 3 The company currently has 88 locations.

Sportsman’s Warehouse is publicly traded on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol: SPWH. Headquarters are located in Midvale, Utah.

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Sportsman's Warehouse FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Sportsman's Warehouse?
Answer 1: The phone number for Sportsman's Warehouse is (801) 566-6681.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Sportsman's Warehouse?
Answer 2: The CEO of Sportsman's Warehouse is John V. Schaefer.

Question 3: Who founded Sportsman's Warehouse?
Answer 3: Sportsman's Warehouse was founded by Bill Hayes in 1986.

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Clayton Shultz January 8, 2019 at 2:48 pm

I attempted to purchase an item at the Silverdale Washington store and when it rang up at a different price than was clearly marked on the item they refused to sell it to me. It’s not my fault they mispriced it, but they acted like I was trying to get away with something. I’m very disappointed that I was treated poorly and that they would not honor the priced as marked on the item.

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Alan December 18, 2018 at 2:04 pm

My daughter, a bi-racial person, applied for a job in the Moses Lake, WA store and was turned down because of her color.
Why do you discriminate?

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