Wisconsin Events is a pyramid scheme, by all means. They try to build you up by playing games, doing quizzes and what not. You start off the day by showing up at 8am, staying til around 9am, and then you either are sent off to your Sam's Club, or you get to go home for 2 seconds before starting a shift at 12 and working til 8-8:30. There is no work/life balance. Didn't get paid how I calculated (commission was WAY off, even though when they explained it, based off that I would've gotten more). I worked a week straight, no half days or anything right when I started---I wouldn't have minded except for the fact that all other brand new employees had time off, and I was scheduled for another full week the next time.
Heckling people to buy products they didn't want was awful. It's great if you're the type to get "sales" that way, but when the company promises you that you're NOT selling anything, that is a lie.
ability to travel, can move up quickly, nice coworkers, lots of energy
travel far, not honest, unflexible