Pros: flexible if you get booked, decent hourly wages
Cons: solely based off of appearance, very discriminational, will only get booked if you suck up to the managers, events randomly get canceled, no pay for "mandatory trainings"
I'm not sure if the managers grew up in brothels or have social problems, but the castings they hold are extremely abrasive, in humane, and down right rude. They treat people like dogs. And when you look like a dog, you shouldn't judge other people on their appearance. I make a portion of my living from real modeling. I went in to work promotions, not – more... for people who think their staff should wear raunchy outfits to promote liquor and have double D's. At my interview everyone was texting, there was no real human contact, and I overheard a manager applauding a girl for dropping off a picture of herself in a bikini. Fire and rehire the managers. This is coming from a promotional lead at a competing company who has been in the business for over 3 years. Good luck finding girls to stay with you when you have people like that running the show.
Oh not to mention, I did work one promotion with TEAM and the distributor who was "in charge" had no clue what he was doing. He also complained about the promotion to someone from MY company months later (not knowing I worked for them)- and it got back to me about how idiotic he was about the whole ordeal. – less