Media FAQ
1.How can I get a copy of the Nordstrom logo?
2.How can I get a photo of someone on the executive team?
3.How can I get photos of your merchandise?
4.How can I get permission to film/take photos in your store?
5.How do I get stock photos of your stores?
6.How can I request to have someone from Nordstrom speak at my event?
7.Can I use Nordstrom in my book?
8.I am a student doing an assignment on Nordstrom. How can I obtain information about your company?
1.How can I get a copy of the Nordstrom logo?
 We have set guidelines for the use of the Nordstrom logo and we only give our logo to approved partner groups and media outlets. To gain permission to use the Nordstrom logo, contact the Corporate PR team.

2.How can I get a photo of someone on the executive team?
 We typically do not give out photos of our executive team members. Our executives prefer to remain behind the scenes since it is our frontline employees who drive our business by working to offer superior service to our customers every day.

3.How can I get photos of your merchandise?
 We feature photos of our most current seasonal merchandise in our Image Gallery and on our Media Kits page. The images feature caption information and are for use by students of an accredited institution or news media in connection with a story or article about Nordstrom, Inc. or Nordstrom merchandise.

4.How can I get permission to film/take photos in your store?
 All photographers must have permission and a media escort to take photos or video in a Nordstrom or Nordstrom Rack store. Contact the Corporate PR team for more information. While we will try to accommodate requests when we can, we do not always have available escorts or we may choose not to participate.

5.How do I get stock photos of your stores?
 Contact the Corporate PR team to inquire about stock photography.

6.How can I request to have someone from Nordstrom speak at my event?
 While we appreciate the interest, unlike many companies, Nordstrom does not have a speaker’s bureau. We believe that our time is best spent serving our customers, and we simply don’t have the resources to speak at events.

7.Can I use Nordstrom in my book?
 Nordstrom does not typically lend its name to books, but you are welcome to speak to the Corporate PR office about your book.

8.I am a student doing an assignment on Nordstrom. How can I obtain information about your company?
 As a complement to student research efforts, this Web site provides all available company information for students or others who are researching our company. Click here for historical information. Click here for financial or stock information.

Your interest in Nordstrom is greatly appreciated. Unfortunately, aside from what is available on this Web site and through other public resources, we are unable to supply additional information related to marketing or business strategies, operations, human resources or other proprietary topics.

Further information about Nordstrom may be found in the following books:
The Nordstrom Way by Robert Spector and Patrick D. McCarthy
Fabled Service: Ordinary Acts, Extraordinary Outcomes by Bonnie Jameson and Betsy Sanders