Not a whole lot to say.
Setting up the store was easy. Took a while, but was easy.
Only thing I learned was to work in a fast paced environment. Everything else was straight forward.
Management was bad though. Seemed like they were always out to get you. Always dinging you and chewing you out for things that weren't your fault. Like sales quotas.
They make no time for your personal life. My last day, after helping tearing down for 9 hours at two different locations, I was about to leave, and got yelled at because the GM forgot that I told him I had to leave, to go to school. Found out, while talking to my financial advisor (45 minutes later, after I left), that I had been fired/let go.
Hardest part of the job would be staying cool, calm, and collective, while getting chewed out, for no reason.
Most enjoyable part was working with customers, who were super nice. They always turn a bad day into a great day.
Lack of consideration for personal emergencies.