Send Us Your Questions In Bulk For Costco CEO Craig Jelinek

For three decades, Costco has been selling pallets of toilet paper, jugs of ketchup, sacks of flour, and steaks in family packs big enough to feed a reality show family. But what do you actually know about what goes on behind the scenes at the members’ only warehouse chain? Now is your chance to ask the company’s CEO Craig Jelinek.

The Costco chief has volunteered to be the second subject in Consumer Reports’ new “Ask the CEO” column, which will debut next month with answers to the reader-submitted questions for General Motors CEO Mary Barra we asked for earlier this summer.

Maybe you want to ask Mr. Jelinek why he openly supports a minimum wage increase, or who holds the decoder ring to the store’s Dan Brown-esque pricing codes, or why Costco swapped Pepsi for Coke in its in-store concession stands. All valid questions… especially the last one.

Submit your questions for consideration by e-mailing them to asktheceo@cr.consumer.org before Wed. 8/27.

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  1. StevenPierce says:

    Costco went to Coke and asked for a lower price or they would switch to Pepsi. Coke said no, Pepsi said yes.

    Once that happened, it was the last time I ate in the Costco food court.