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Dollar Tree's stock ticker symbol is "DLTR".
Past Family Dollar financial records and company filings (prior to July 6, 2015) can be found online at the SEC website.
Each share of Family Dollar common stock will automatically be converted into the right to receive $59.60 in cash, plus (approximately) 0.2484 shares of Dollar Tree common stock — the total of this cash and stock is referred to as the “merger consideration.” If, after this conversion, anyone holds fractional shares of Dollar Tree stock (ie. less than one full share), such fractional shares will be converted to cash according to a preset formula.
(Please note that the foregoing summary has been simplified for purposes of this FAQ and is qualified by the terms of the Merger Agreement. Please reach out to investorinfo@dollartree.com with any questions.)
If you hold your shares in certificated form or through Family Dollar’s ESPP, Dollar Tree’s exchange agent, Computershare, will mail you a letter of transmittal and some other paperwork immediately after the closing. You must complete that paperwork and return it to Computershare. You will then receive the merger consideration that you are due.
If you hold shares as a registered holder or through a broker through Depository Trust Company (“DTC”), you will receive your merger consideration from DTC or your broker after the merger closes.
(Please note that the foregoing summary has been simplified for purposes of this FAQ and is qualified by the terms of the Merger Agreement. Please reach out to investorinfo@dollartree.com with any questions.)
If you hold Stock Options: After the merger closes, each of your outstanding Family Dollar stock options will be converted into Dollar Tree stock options of substantially equivalent value. The vesting schedule of your converted Dollar Tree stock options will be the same as that of the original Family Dollar stock options.
If you hold Restricted Stock Unit Awards: After the merger closes, each of your outstanding Family Dollar restricted stock unit awards will be converted into Dollar Tree restricted stock unit awards of substantially equivalent value. The vesting schedule of your converted Dollar Tree restricted stock unit awards will be the same as that of the original Family Dollar restricted stock unit awards.
If you hold Performance Share Rights: After the merger closes, each of your outstanding Family Dollar performance share right awards will be canceled, and you will receive the merger consideration (less applicable tax withholding) with respect to each share of Family Dollar common stock determined to be subject to the award. The number of shares of Family Dollar common stock subject to each award will be determined based on preset criteria and will be prorated based on the portion of the performance period that has elapsed as of the date the merger closes.
(Please note that the foregoing summary has been simplified for purposes of this FAQ and is qualified by the terms of the relevant plan documents and the Merger Agreement. Please reach out to investorinfo@dollartree.com with any questions.)
Dollar Tree's common stock has been traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market, under the symbol "DLTR", since our initial public offering on March 6, 1995.
Dollar Tree's initial public offering was March 6, 1995.
Dollar Tree is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Dollar Tree follows the 52/53 Week Retail Calendar.
Dollar Tree's corporate headquarters is located at: 500 Volvo Parkway, Chesapeake, Virginia 23320.
 
Internet Inquiries: Investor Centre™ website at http://www.computershare.com/investor
Telephone Inquiries: 800-622-6757 (US, Canada, Peurto Rico)
781-575-4735 (non-US)
Written Requests: Computershare
P.O. Box 505000
Louisville, KY 40233-5000

By overnight delivery:
Computershare
462 South 4th Street, Suite 1600
Louisville, KY 40202
Dollar Tree's Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm is KPMG LLP.
Dollar Tree does not offer a direct stock purchase plan at this time.
Dollar Tree does not pay a dividend at this time.
Dollar Tree's common stock split 3-for-2 on April 19, 1996, July 22, 1997, June 29, 1998, June 19, 2000, and June 25, 2010, and split 2-for-1 on June 26, 2012.
We do not offer franchising opportunities.
All of our stores are operated from our Corporate Headquarters in Chesapeake, VA.