Sales Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – August 14, 2015
Traveling to the Location How to read Road Sign an Manage my Time Co-worker where great traveling to the location an not having everthing to get started Meeting the diffrent customers as I did the store reset
Store Set-up Leader (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – July 21, 2015
I was responsible of three store in remodeling and restocking merchandise. I used planograms to set up new islets with new products and new prices. This company had people of different states to remodel new retail stores.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Chippewa Falls, WI – April 1, 2015
Traveled to local stores, Did emails and made phone calls a conference call once in a while. I learned to be a strong manager. My Co-workers were all class acts! The hardest part was having to let some one go. The most enjoyable was the Team work !
Retail Re-set Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Paradise to Sacramento,Calif. – January 9, 2014
This was a great place to work. Something new every day. My 'team' was friendly ,l and my supervisor was always helpful. Great hourly wage and a generous mileage allowance. I only left this position because I moved to Sacramento and my hours were cut in half
Cutting edge training pushing the envelope of standards.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Greater Phoenix Area, Az – July 20, 2013
I would contact client who purchased one of the new Freestyle machines to schedule training with all management and owners on the functionality of this new ipad for sodas. It was an upbeat training with hands on experience of a new innovative product which would drive their sales. I would run all training of the machine along with training new Prism employees on how to run trainings themself. I enjoyed the excitement of the people being trained on such a cool new innovative product.
MERCHANDISER (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – December 12, 2012
I FOUND THIS COMPANY IN A CRAIGSLIST AD. THEY INTERVIEWED ME OVER THE PHONE AND MAILED MY CHECKS. I WAS HIRED FULL TIME BUT NEVER WORKED MORE THAN 20 HOURS. THEY WOULD SAY WE DONT HAVE ANYTHING TODAY. ONE DAY THEY JUST STOPPED ANSWERING THEIR PHONES AND EMAILS! IT WAS KIND OF STRANGE!
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – December 3, 2012
getting all schematics necessary,setting up crew and product in correct locations. time management,reading tape measure.supervisors very good to work for.co-workers fun to work with.hardest part was finding all required supplies needed for each job.best part was interaction with customers and other co-workers
Assistant Crew Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lisle, IL – July 13, 2012
i typical day at work was very good. didnt really work with or under anyone. got my work done on a timely manner.i enjoyed traveling around and meeting new people. the hardest part of the job was the 8 hour drives to the locations
visiting different states week to week, and free hotel stay, off work early to sight see, and shop
i enjoyed working with the company, i got to travel around a lot of places and met new people all the time
assistant crew lead, merchandiser (Former Employee) – lisle, il – May 2, 2012
my typical day at work, was a experience, i learned how to build a whole store working with the company. my co-workers where good an nice people to work with. the most enjoyable part about this job was the traveling from state to state. the management was good. everybody had their own type of managerial skills, but i was able to catch on and work how they needed me to work