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Headquarters Port Washington, WI
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

Allen-Edmonds' shoes stand their ground in the US. Maker of high-end men's dress and casual shoes, boots, belts, leather care goods, and hosiery, Allen-Edmonds makes most of its shoes in Maine and Wisconsin, resisting the trend of moving production abroad. Its shoes are handmade by skilled craftsmen, and Allen-Edmonds is known for its full range of shoe sizes for men. Its footwear is sold in more than 25 company-owned stores in the US, Belgium and Italy, as well as in department stores (Nordstrom) and specialty shops in more than 20 countries in Europe and Latin America... More

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Employees are “Very Satisfied”   6 ratings

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Paul D. Grangaard

President and CEO

Brilliant Leadership, an empowering culture, and a strong sense of pride.

  Current Sales Associate in Leawood, KS

Pros: Allen Edmonds gives you the tools to succeed, and doesn't micro manage. They create a superior product, and stand behind it and their people. A great culture of empowering and promoting from within. Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in Port Washington, WI May 2013 – Reviewed Jul 17, 2013

Interview Details – I was interviewed by HR Generalist, and VP of Operations. I was called back to meet with another executive, but I accepted a position with another company, because of my immediate financial need. I regret not exploring it further, it was the "perfect" job.Full Interview

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