Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 6, 2017
As an attack marketing brand ambassador you will meet lots of new people, try lots of new samples, and test and demonstrate the latest tools and gadgets for a variety of clients. Must love moving around because you never stay in the same place too long. Promotions last anywhere from a few days to a few months.
They don't pay. And they don't answer phone calls. Probably don't even have an office. Con Artist who rip offer workers, who trust that they will be paid for their services. Attack believes in slavery; because that what it's called when have people work for you and don't pay them.
My cousin and I worked an event for Attack in June 2016, and we still haven't received payment! I've sent numerous emails regarding payment and no one has replied. I do not recommend anyone to work for them. I would give them 0 stars if I could. I became friends on FB with a couple of other brand ambassadors and they said they still haven't got paid. They should be ashamed!
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 18, 2014
Great pay, but not enough jobs or long term opportunities in my area. Pay is always on time, the hardest part is just knowing where to meet your team and some leads are easier to work with than others.
Fun and always exciting. Great staff and Account executives.
Market Manager/ BA (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 2, 2013
I worked as a Freelance Brand ambassador and market manager for select events throughout the NYC area. Responsibilities included managing staff, training staff for specific events, event photos, time sheets and client services. Main priority was to execute events according to Client guidelines.
Access to agency's NYC Market castings. Book jobs as needed.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 9, 2012
Passed out cold Coke Zero sodas to passing football fans at the Magic City Classic in Birmingham, AL. Although it was pretty chilly had a fun time and there was a good number a people who came to interact with us at the tent.