Hobby Lobby Customer Service


How To Contact Hobby Lobby Customer Service

7707 S.W. 44th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73179


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  1. I live near Lexington Park,Md; this is the area of our state classified as Southern Maryland. We NEED one of your stores in Lexington Park.!!!!! Currently, our only options for craft purchases are from a small Jo-Ann’s Fabrics and a smaller Michael’s store. If we want to shop in one of your stores, we have to drive at least two hours to reach one. I think this area would be an ideal one for your company. Located here is Patuxent River Naval Base, Across the river and traveling north, you would draw customers from the Prince Frederick communiy and those between it and Annapolis. Leaving Lexington Park on Rte.235, you would draw customers north to Waldorf, Md. We are centrally located for a large customer base. Previously lived in Longview, Tx. and shopped your store there frequently. I miss the opportunity to shop Hobby Lobby so very much. I am a crafter in many areas. My first passion is making greeting cards and scrapbooking. I use rubber stamps, dies and framelets with my Sizzix machine. My only complaint is that you do not change the variety of your rubber stamp stock frequently enough. We do not have a rubber stamp store here. I thank you for the Christian verse stamps that you offer. You may find this amusing…each time that I shopped the Longview, Tx. store and had the opportunity to speak with the store manager, I would ask him if the company had opened any stores in Salisbury, Md. (on the Eastern Shore). I have family there and we visited often from Texas. I always told him that the women in Salisbury would love having a giant Hobby Lobby because all they had available was a small Michael’s store. I think that I was correct in my assumption! So, please take my advice and build a huge store in Lexington Park and do it soon. I’m 74 and cannot wait forever…….

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