A typical day of work as a Brand Ambassador for Monster Energy Company consists of either business sampling or sampling events. I have learned different techniques for guerilla marketing and I have gained knowledge about the company and the people that work for it. My coworkers with this job were fantastic; I got along so well with all of them and they have become good friends of mine. The hardest part of the job is not knowing how your day is going to go; guerilla sampling can be difficult because some people are not going to want you around and some people are going to be overly ecstatic about your presence. The most enjoyable part about the job is working with people who have a similar interest with you and working events. Events are an excellent way to meet and network with many different kinds of people.
Material Master Data Coordinator (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – October 27, 2015
I extremely enjoyed working at this company. Very friendly and attentive to their employees. Management is there to help always when needed. Great charismatic co workers, everyone enjoys the work environment. The hardest part of the job was very minimized, everyone is always there to help. Great and fun working environment.
Monthly employee luncheons provided by company, flexible schedules, perks.
DSD Claims Clerk (Former Employee) – Corona CA – November 25, 2014
While Monster Energy may well inspire people imaginations of extreme sports being conducted in the front lobby the truth is beyond the veneer the company and people are the same everywhere. While the compensation is fair and they do care of their employees I would say it is very well endowed with personal favoritism. Advancement can be very slow unless you personal relationships are forged. While many departments are structured this way there is the befit of working for a company that is geared towards the younger set but still remains grounded. That and the free drinks from the coolers are an added bonus on every floor .
hip and young culture, fun office setting, company events, free drinks. company luncheons, generous healthcare.
inability to advance unless you are in the loop, compensation could be better
MAT (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – November 9, 2015
Responsible for consumer insight, retail marketing and product marketing for Monster Energy, Monster Java, and Monster Rehab personalities. Streamlined decision-making processes amidst chaotic situations. Assisted in developing and leading collegiate marketing throughout Florida.
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 7, 2014
Overall, working as a brand ambassador for Monster Energy has been a great experience. As an ambassador with 8 years of experience I've definitely had my share of positions that have ranged from fun to grueling, and Monster Energy is definitely up pretty high on my list. Management is good, the events are usually pretty fun and easy, and of course, if you're a people person like I am you'll never hate your job!
fun events, easy work load, meet cool people
all-year round promotions; sometimes outdoors in moderately cold weather
Campus Representative (CAT) (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – October 10, 2012
I was a campus representative for Monster Energy. I only had one day a month in the office. I would call ahead to my manager and order the different beverages I wanted for that month and pick them up myself. That was really they only day "at work" for me. I loved my relationship with my superior. She was helpful and cooperative and gave me a lot of insight in to how I could move forward from being a campus representative to an area representative.
the whole job. i was payed to hand out free monster and plan promotional events.
On-Site Event Coordinator (Former Employee) – corona ca. – July 29, 2014
Responsible for coordinating promotional events for Monster Energy Drinks, a Division of Hansen Beverage Company. Events included: Supercross, X-Games, Concert Series, Lucas Oil Truck Series, Maloof Money Cup, Monster Energy Cup, etc. • On-Site activation of brand recognition.
Claim Representative (Current Employee) – Corona, CA – October 24, 2014
Challenging jobs on a daily basis, learning to work on distributor claims. The hardest part of my job is dealing with co-workers that are disrespectful and don't know what there doing. I enjoyed how the this company is very family oriented and free lunch every month.