Pros: meeting people, trying out new products, free equipment sometimes
Cons: long time on your feet and non-responsive or negative public.
This is a fun company where if you do what they ask, you can hone your public speaking and or sales skills. They offer entry into selling, marketing, demonstrations - both food and alcohol.
It's mostly part time with most shifts occurring Friday, Saturday or Sunday. But not always. New food or personal products, easy fix meals, pouring drinks setting – more... out small samples, and giving out literature brochures and coupons. But there's also a modeling division where you do trade shows.
Hardest things are set ups/break-downs and not being discouraged if people say no.
This is a job where you make the enjoyment factor.. It's great meeting people and just talking. – less