Pros: summer and winter parties
Cons: heat!, no advancement, no raises.
It is definitely a hot place to work in, but the people that come in make it worth it. I learned a lot about people and interacting while I was there. The managers when I started in 2008 we're all great, then in 2011 they started to bring in some bad managers. The hardest part of my job was the heat and getting the close tagged on time to be washed that day and finishing them for the next day. The best part of my day were some of my co-workers and the customers that came in on a regular basis. They always made me smile!