Territory Sales Manager (New Business) (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – December 19, 2016
• Developed leads and maintained a viable network of business contacts and prospective clients to consistently meet assigned sales quotas. • Marketed Pepsi’s secondary school program with local K-12 schools and local universities. • Recommend and executed promotional marketing campaigns to create brand awareness to support national account execution. • Established business relationships with prospective clients to facilitate national customer programs on a local level. • Recognized as the number one New Business Sales Representative in the Chesapeake Market Unit in 1999, 2000, 2001; ranked in the top five percentile for 2002.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – February 24, 2017
Is great job for someone strong and Young. Is very ficical work that you have to perform is a job that need many hours of your day. Is a place to get lots of knowledge in. Gives you opportunity to work and meet lots of people , get skill with many diferent aspects about stores and management around you
Ok place to work to many college students in management position to young to have that much responsibility
Transport Driver/ bay route driver (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – February 22, 2017
It was a very good place to work in the beginning but it took a turn for the worse because they started bringing in the kids from college making them management and they don't know how to handle the role they didn't have the skill set or knowledge of how to deal with adults they allowed the position go to their head I think they should be trained before putting them out there like that
Blow Fill Support Operator (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – February 20, 2017
Check the number and communicate with previous shift to find out what problems they had all day. Ive learned to run the entire line on my own and what to look out for that can cause big problems. Management work well to keep things flowing well. When someone mixes the preforms and enter the wrong item in the system. Lots of opportunity for growth. Working with big machines
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – February 19, 2017
There is a good few things to learn and take advantage of in experience. unfortunately there is a set pay with no raises. Its a decent pay to survive but not much to live. In the summer time you can be working 70 hours making money but then when winter comes it'll slow you down to 20 and you have to manage with what you have until it picks up. Just basically hard labor work.