Pros: free tickets to events and concerts, and employee programs incentives
Cons: work weekends, long 14 hour days on game days, limited vacation during season
A great place to work if you dont mind working long 14 hour days at least 3 or more times a week during the season also it requires working on weekends. Management will provide the proper training needed to complete any job task. I learned that what you get out of any job is exactly what you put in and the dedication to it. I was there for over 10 years so the experience has been great.