The TJX Companies Corporate Office - Corporate Offices & Headquarters

The TJX Companies Corporate Office

The TJX Companies Corporate Office Address

The TJX Companies, Inc.
770 Cochituate Road
Framingham, MA 01701

Contact The TJX Companies

Phone Number: (508) 390-1000
Fax Number: (508) 390-6655
Website: http://www.tjx.com
Email: Email The TJX Companies

Executives

CEO: Carol M. Meyrowitz
CFO: Scott Goldenberg
COO: Ernie L. Herrman

The TJX Companies History

The TJX Companies was founded in 1956 by Stanley Feldberg as Zayre Corp. He was the first president of the company, serving until 1978.

Zayre Corp opened its first T.J. Maxx branch in 1976 and its first BJ’s Wholesale Club in 1984.

In 1988 Zayre sold its nameplate to rival Ames and renaming itself The TJX Companies, Inc.

In 1990 TJX acquired Winners’ five stores in Canada.

In 1992 TJX launched HomeGoods in the United States.

TJX expanded beyond North America when it founded T.K. Maxx in the United Kingdom in 1994.

TJX acquired Marshall’s in 1995, which doubled the size of the company.

The company launched a sixth brand, A.J. Wright, in 1998 and a seventh, HomeSense, in 2001.

Today The TJX Companies is the largest off-price department store chain for apparel and home fashion in the United States. The company has over 150,000 employees worldwide and had $21.9 billion in revenue in 2010.

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Yakov Lvovich January 13, 2017 at 7:45 pm

Just wanted to share a very unpleasant experience that I encountered today on 01/13/17 at TJ Max Department store located on Skokie Blvd in Northbrook, IL. I was trying to return a brand new, unworn, with all tags attached trousers that I was given as a gift for Christmas. I did not have a receipt for. The cashier by name Marya was very unfriendly to start with. After I approached her and said hello she never greeted me back. When I explained that I need to return this item she silently scanned the item and announced that this item is not in the system and must be bought more then a year ago. I asked if it can be taken back for a store credit. Her response was “no way”. I asked for a manager and when the manager by name Mimi came, Marya presented my case to Mimi in an unfortunate way. Then Mimi had nothing but to confirm that this item cannot be return in any possible way and I have to take it back home. So all together I had a horrible experience with these 2 sales reps and left the store with the feeling that I never ever want to come back to TJ Max for any shopping needs because I don’t want to experience another attitude like this one.
I think one of the priorities for sales reps is to be nice to customers and be trying hard to help them with their needs to satisfy them and make them feel wanting to come back again and again. I’m sure in my case they could of make an exception and take this item back for a store credit like Marshalls store could do it for me in exact same situation just a few days ago. And as much as I know TJ Max and Marshalls have the same policies.
Indeed, the quality of our life is in hands of people we encounter.

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Diana Pascale November 25, 2015 at 9:51 am

I would just like to say THANK YOU for not opening your stores on Thanksgiving. Though I do not have any family that works for your company, I think it’s great that you are letting people be home for the holidays as it should be. I will try to do most of my shopping at your stores rather than the greedy ones who will open for the holiday!!

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Beth Ann Dawley November 17, 2015 at 9:21 am

Hello, Just wanted to compliment your company on choosing to close on Thanksgiving Day!! If more corporations would join in families could be together, young parents wouldn’t have to miss out on the wonderful tradition of Thanksgiving. Your corporation is certainly making a huge statement with this. I enjoy shopping at TJMaxx and thought I should let you know how we feel about your decision!! Someone there has a heart!!

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T. Parker November 19, 2015 at 10:48 pm

I also agree that the TJMaxx Companies being closed on Thanksgiving is absolutely
wonderful!!! I just saw the commercial for the first time and I think it makes such a
statement, I loved it! Some people say…nurse’s, fireman, paramedics etc. don’t get the day off. Well, my sister is a nurse and she knew when she decided to become a nurse that emergencies are 24/7 as are hospitals, these people are saving lives and caring for the sick, they know this when they choose these very honorable careers that it is not a 9:00-5:00 job. It is not the same as retail!
The people working retail work long, hard hours over the holiday season and deserve
time off to be with family on these special days.
The world today is the mess its in because we do not value family, tradition, togetherness, kindness, giving. It is sadly all about money, greed, and the me, me, me,
mentality!!
I have always been a TJM shopper and from now on and all through this holiday season
I will only patronize the businesses that are closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Many, many kudos to you TJM companies, you got it right!!!
May all of your families be safe and warm this holiday season!

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