Special Events Team (Former Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – June 6, 2016
A typical day while working at Anheuser-Busch was traveling to the location where an event was and getting to know the wholesaler employees. Once everything was settled and everyone was introduced we would go around accounts and start merchandising. Before events we would check out each account and make sure their was enough advertisement and product for the event. At nights we would go to on premise accounts and promote our products by telling consumers of age about it and then letting them sample the product. Overall it was a great place to work and an enjoyable job.
Finance Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 16, 2016
Top Management is sucking the place dry. Backoffice jobs are being moved to India...corporate jobs are moving to NY. Average workday is 11+hours...everyone is new...no one has clear direction of company strategy. Over my short tenure here i have seen so many faces come and go. Love the products...pay is good but "golden handcuffs" could ruin career.
Global Sensory Technician (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 18, 2016
Great company to work for! Get to work with employees and breweries on a global level. Coordinate with dozens of breweries to ensure samples arrive on time. Arrange taste panels to approve or reject samples. Research and compile data to present taste panel findings on beer.
Strong company that is showing tremendous global growth
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Medford, MA – April 5, 2016
Busy and very physical . I was able to get my Class A CDL license through them.Got along well with my co-workers and management . Handling the Kegs of beer was the hardest part of the job. The comraderie there was the best part of the job .
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – March 24, 2016
Best job i ever had! Always out and about, great employees great pay! Had a couole of issues with people higher up than me that never got resolved which ultimately lead me to look for employment elsewhere. Definitely would recommend this company and wish i had never left
OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Sylmar, CA – March 9, 2016
Great place to work, environment people and management are great. Company always made family functions because they new that there employees worked long hours and always included family because that was important to the company. After them being sold to a European company and being laid off do not know how employess are treated.
Fun outings with the company and always fun to work with customers.
Brand Activation Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 22, 2016
It is my responsibility to sell a product into an account and then help support that product placement through activations. An activation can range anywhere from a promotion where I hire promotional models to come in and represent the brand, an incentive for the staff to push the brand or even an incentive for the consumer to purchase the brand. I am responsible for increasing sales volume in an account and making sure that the placement of the product does well. This might also include me creating features for the brand and having a special to incentivize consumers to purchase the product. I have learned that relationship building is KEY to the success of sales. You might not always need to have a relationship built with an account to obtain sales; however, relationships are leverage for bottom line results and continued success within an account. I have learned how to negotiate, plan and organize which has helped my success as a Brand Activation Manager. Working my my co-workers is also a direct correlation to my success. Teamwork is very big within my company and we take pride in helping one another succeed. The most difficult part of this position is hearing the word NO when we want to do something within an account. The most enjoyable part of my job is excelling. Gaining distribution in accounts and seeing my numbers in the green is what drives me to do my best everyday.
Room to grow, fun environment, listens to your needs
Management tends to put their responsibilities off on others, not always organized