Boeing Store

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The Boeing Store
Private company
Industry Retail
Founded 2001, Chicago, Illinois
Headquarters Chicago, Illinois
Key people
W. James McNerney, Jr., CEO of Boeing Co.
Products Boeing merchandise
Parent Boeing
Website BoeingStore.com

The Boeing Store is a chain of stores that sells official Boeing merchandise. It is based in Seattle, Washington and is owned and operated by the Boeing Company. There are 16 stores across the United States and an international online store http://www.boeingstore.com.

History[edit]

1940s-60s: Boeing operated company stores that resembled convenience stores, selling aspirin, magazines, and a small selection of logo souvenirs

1999: Boeing launched BoeingStore.com

2001: Boeing Stores, Inc. (BSI) founded on July 1st, 2001

2001: Wholesale department added; one of the earliest and most consistent resellers of Boeing merchandise is The Museum of Flight, located in Seattle on Boeing Field

2006: Future of Flight opened, including BSI’s flagship store, in Everett, WA

2008: Custom Sales Department established; Boeing Stores Custom Sales Team supports Boeing with quality merchandise and branding, offering customers promotional products, apparel, executive gifting, and project management support

2011: The three largest recognition programs (Pride@Boeing, Instant Recognition, and Service Awards) moved under BSI in January, 2011

2013: Custom Hangar products introduced for the first time. The first products launched were commercial jetliner windows, which sold out immediately. By the beginning of 2015, Custom Hangar included more than 150 different products including apparel, wall art, desktop pieces, and furniture

2016: Boeing Stores, Inc. serves as main merchandise provider for The Boeing Company's centennial year. The Boeing centennial anniversary is July 15th, 2016 with celebrations in the Puget Sound and across the globe

Locations[edit]

The Boeing Store has 16 stores around the United States and a national traveling store. Here is a list of locations:[1]

Location (Store #) Building City Open to the public?
Mesa (Store #35) Bldg 533 G29 Mesa, Arizona Red XN No
El Segundo (Store #37) Bldg S-24 El Segundo, California Red XN No
Miami (Store #57) 6601 NW 36th St. Miami, FL Green tickY Yes
Chicago (Store #55) World Headquarters Bldg Chicago, Illinois Green tickY Yes
St. Louis (Store #50) 5900 N. Lindbergh Hazelwood, Missouri Green tickY Yes
Philadelphia Kiosk (Store #56) Bldg 3-02 Ridley Park, Pennsylvania Red XN No
Charleston (Store #59) Bldg 88-21 North Charleston, SC Red XN No
Seattle (Store #10) Bldg 3-825 Seattle, Washington Green tickY Yes
Longacres (Store #14) Bldg 25-01 Lobby Renton, Washington Red XN No
Renton (Store #12) Bldg 10-18 Renton, Washington Green tickY Yes
Renton Employee Service Center (Store #19) Bldg 04-81, Door 38A, Col H7.5 Renton, Washington Red XN No
BCA Corporate (Store #02) Bldg 25-20.1 Renton, Washington Red XN No
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour (Store #18) Bldg 07-15 Mukilteo, Washington Green tickY Yes
Everett Kiosk (Store #16) Bldg 40-87 Everett, Washington Red XN No
Everett Employee Service Center (Store #17) Bldg 40-22 Everett, Washington Red XN No
Everett Delivery Center (Store #20) Bldg 0A1-03 Everett, Washington Red XN No

Singapore[edit]

Singapore has a store that sells Boeing Store products. It is not an official Boeing Store but it is an official reseller of Boeing Store products. It is situated at the Singapore Flyer. The store is named Flight Experience. It provides training rides for the public to learn how to fly a Boeing 737 aircraft. Prices range from S$175 for 30 minutes, to S$395 for 90 minutes. It also sells Boeing merchandise, and all products are imported from Seattle.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boeing Store