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Nike Corporate Office and Headquarters.

This page has been created to help you find corporate information about Nike, including contact details for the company’s headquarters, a full list of Nike’s Executive Team, the different ways to contact the company, career information, and more.

About Nike.

Multinational sports apparel manufacturer Nike was created in 1964 under the name of Blue Ribbon Sports. The company changed its name to Nike in 1971. Currently, Nike is part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index, and the company’s estimated total equity is approximately US$12.7 billion. Nike manufactures and distributes a variety of sports equipment products, including footwear, clothing, and casual fashion items.

In 2016, Nike was present in more than 50 countries across 6 continents, and employed more than 62,000 people.

Nike Corporate Office Contacts.

You can contact the Nike headquarters by phone and regular mail. Please see below for more details.

Nike Phone Numbers.

  • Nike Headquarters Phone Number: +1 503-671-6453
  • Phone Line Hours: Monday to Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
  • Media Requests: Call 1-212-367-4447 or send an email to media.relations@nike.com
  • Sponsorship enquiries: 1-800-344-6453 (lines are open from Monday to Friday between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., Pacific Time)

Nike Headquarters Address.

Nike Corporate Office

One Bowerman Drive, Beaverton, OR, 97005


Nike Executive Team.

This is the complet list of Nike’s executive team:

  • Mark Parker, CEO, Chairman, and President
  • Philip H. Knight, Chairman Emeritus
  • Trevor Edwards, Chairman (Nike)
  • Andy Campion, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
  • Erik Sprunk, Chief Operating Officer
  • Hilary Krane, Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Administrative Officer
  • David Ayre, Executive Vice President (Global Human Resources)
  • Michael Spillane, President (Product & Merchandising)
  • John Slusher, Executive Vice President (Global Sports Marketing)
  • John Coburn, Vice President and Corporate Secretary
  • Chris Abston, Vice President and Corporate Controller
  • Nitesh Sharan, Vice President (Investor Relations) and Treasurer

Nike Board of Directors:

  • Philip H. Knight
  • Mark G. Parker
  • Elizabeth J. Comstock
  • John G. Connors
  • Timothy D. Cook
  • John H. Donahoe II
  • Travis A. Knight
  • Alan B. Graf, Jr.
  • John C. Lechleiter
  • Michelle A. Peluso
  • Jonathan A. Rodgers
  • John R. Thompson, Jr.
  • Phyllis M. Wise

Nike Careers and Jobs

To find out more about working for Nike, visit their Careers Page. Here you will find information about corporate and retail careers, internships, and temporary opportunities. Information is also available at Nike’s LinkedIn jobs page.

How to complain to Nike.

Customers can contact the Customer Support team to file a complaint. Live chat support is available daily from 4 a.m. to 11 p.m.

If the complaint relates to a product bought through an official Nike retailer, you may call 1-800-344-6453 (lines are open from Monday to Friday between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., Pacific Time).

You can also contact the Support Team via Twitter via their Twitter Help page by tweeting at their handle @NikeSupport.

Nike Resources.

Below you will find other resources relevant to Nike, including links to the company’s social media accounts, contact details for investor relations, the FAQ help page, and more.

Please share your Nike experiences, or Nike complaints, in the comment section below.

12 thoughts on “Nike Headquarters

  1. Nike is the only company I have dealt with who will not provide a prepaid shipping label for a return. I bought a pair of Nike pros after 3 wears they ripped. Nike was expecting me to pay 20$ to send the damaged product to them. Disgusting. I have dealt with many other company’s who would accept pictures or the company’s ALWAYS sent prepaid shipping labels. I think Nike should be ashamed of themselves. The product Nike pro shorts ripped after 3 wears they they will not stand by their product.

  2. YALL ARE ABOUT TO HURT YOURSELVES INTO OBLIVION RELEASING ALL THESE SHOES LIKE THIS , you need to take the time to readdress or yall will fail one day been a supporter of nike forever now tbh yall have ruined the name wont be long before yall are just like under armour.

  3. Nike just constantly exploites the blk community we never gets notification on anything it’s a constant pattern can’t buy at retail always have 2 go 2 eBay or stock x 4 double the value of the shoe discrimination at its best I have a huge social media following & we’re definitely seriously considering a boycott of your brand without blk dollars nike and?

  4. nike.com scammer #scammer nike.com/ #scam nike.com
    nike.com scammer i am buy gift card 800 usd online the card not active when i am spoking chat support and nike.com support team tell me wait 5-7 day ia m steel waiting but the cant fix that issue
    dont trust nike.com/ scammer
    #scammer nike.com/ #scam nike.com
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  5. Bought a pair of Nike shoes at Big 5 in Lewiston ID. The sol;e came off at the the toe on the right shoe. Took it back and Big 5 was kind enough to re place them. Two weeks was all it took for the toe on the right shoe to separate. I put some gorilla glue on it to hold it together but it’s white and the shoes are black. Looks weird but the glue is good and appears to hold the shoe together. SO now I go around telling everyone that stares at my shoes I am very loud and explicit as I explain that this is the second pair of CRAPPY NIKE shoes I have recently had that fall apart after a short time. Just an observation but a bit more spent on glue to hold the product together may be better spent, than trying to be a PC corporation that panders to “woke” stupid illiterates. Even those idiots may not continue to buy shoes that fall apart

  6. WHY? Your new Nike campaign with Colin Kaepernick. I have purchased your products as far back as 1971 the first Nike waffle running shoe. As of today I will no longer purchase any Nike products. I Coached on the High School level for many years. Head Football, Head Track Coach and so on. All our new football uniforms were Nike, as a Track Coach I promoted your shoes because I thought they were the best product for our athletes to wear, for their health and performance. I am just one person but I have taught many thousands of students. This makes me very sad because I no longer will buy Nike products and I will campaign to all that I know, and say, because of Nike’s decision to support the NEEL issue is completely WRONG! Please DO NOT PURCHASE NIKE products EVER again. This is such a BAD DAY for ALL.

  7. I’m trying to find out how to get my sons 4 iron replaced as we bought it about 8 months ago and the shaft just broke in half while he was one the range.

    I live in California. Please advise.

  8. Late January 2017 I purchased a pair of $135 Nike Sneakers that have FAILED Quality Control…and Nike’s Customer Service ‘Chat’ Room will not provide ANY satisfaction. I’M INCREDULOUS!

  9. I am shocked that such a good international brand has gone to its bottom in India.
    Whenever u complain by mail i just get reply we will contact u ASAP even after constantly mail for more than a week i sme reply not in INDIA iI think nike should change its wording from
    This is my review because i had complain on phone & mail about flipflop even after 4 mail just t same reply: We will contact u ASAP

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