"Allways In-Store" I think it was, though that's probably a different company altogether.
A day at work is nothing to write home about, but sometimes it'll have its perks. :3 A few co-workers, but are usually at other stores. Cooking promotions aren't too bad, but probably the hardest of all in terms of difficulty. Depending on where you go, the air always feels fresh.
It depends on where they send you, but the people that work at whatever store they send you to can be really nice, even the manager. :3 Good for getting some fresh air, talking to people, and overall a good place to start.
Personal note: If you promote enough times at a store you regularly shop at, you'll have an easier time finding what you need in the future.
It could be for the sake of the company, but from experience, some of the coordinators like to play favorites with their demonstrators. Calling these coordinators unreliable is an understatement. It could also be the fact that they just recently lost Safeway. On top of that, they might tell you about a new rule of code that seems strange and possibly frivolous, so be VERY thorough if you're reading up on company policy and/or code of conduct. Don't let them confuse and possibly make you lose out.
Personal note: The managers at (most) of the stores I worked at were a good bit more forgiving (and nicer) than the ones at the company.
Leaning more towards the coordinators:
STOP. PLAYING. FAVORITES. Even if it's for the sake of the (possibly dwindling) company or mainly your avarice.
Personal note: I quit for non-personal reasons unrelated to this.
I won't say any names, but all I have to say is this, in the most family friendly way I can: Basing this on the different stores I've promoted at, there are MANY companies out there willing to hire competent workers who are more friendly and less biased than you. >:(
I have had a few coordinators that WERE reliable and nice. They provided more than a welcoming atmosphere/environment than ...these coordinators. More of them would be great.