Outerwall is committed to doing business responsibly. We understand our actions impact others, including our retailers, suppliers, customers,
employees and communities we serve. We will keep pushing boundaries and exploring new possibilities for Outerwall, and we remain committed
to growing the company true to our core values.
Learn more about our approach to corporate responsibility in our latest CSR Report.
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Code of Conduct
At Outerwall, we believe part of creating a better everyday is working to do the
right thing, every day. That means we follow, not just the letter of the laws, rules
and regulations that apply to our business, but the spirit of them, too. Our
Code of Conduct
reflects this commitment, and establishes the standard to
which we hold ourselves in our relationships with customers, investors, public officials,
business partners and each other. Our Supplier Code of Conduct
articulates our expectation that suppliers
share our commitment to building and sustaining ethical business practices.
California Supply Chains Act
Suppliers play an important part in how we achieve our goals. Outerwall's Supplier Code of Conduct sets standards for our shared commitment to building and sustaining responsible,
ethical business practices, including compliance with California's Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010. Learn More
Along the Outerwall: CSR Perspectives
A couple of years ago, I challenged myself to grow my own weight in food in my urban Seattle garden. I surpassed my goal – growing more than 220 pounds of food – but in the process I realized that a second challenge was to ensure my harvest was fully utilized before it spoiled. I donated about 50 pounds to the local food bank, shared some with friends and coworkers at Outerwall, and learned canning and other food preservation techniques to help the food last.
Confession: I grew up in Texas, a state known for oil, BBQ (yeah!) and tornadoes. I did not grow up thinking about my impact on the environment or about recycling. And while I appreciated my childhood and continue to love my home state, it didn’t adequately prepare me for life outside the Lone Star State.
Would you jump into Lake Michigan in the middle of winter with 10 degrees air temperature and 32 degrees water temperature? We would do it – and we did do it!