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30+ days ago

Velodrome Service Representative (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Carson, CA

Member and Guest Check in Compliance • Greet all incoming members and guests • Ensure all check in procedures are followed • Ensure Guests… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Merchandising/Visual Associate - Lakewood (Sports Management/Finance/Admin)

Sports Management Lakewood, CA

as assigned Requirements Pre-Requisites 0-1 year experience in a retail environment Ability to be certified in all Warehouse equipment… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Marketing & Communications Intern (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Long Beach, CA

• Write press releases, media advisories, fact sheets, web content, email content, social media, feature stories, etc. • Assist in media… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Volunteer Managment Intern (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Long Beach, CA

Additional Requirements: Superior customer service skills. Proficiency in database management. Candidates must show: • Above average proficiency… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Special Events and Corporate Partnerships Intern (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Long Beach, CA

Potential intern(s) will assist the Development Department with special events and corporate partnerships. Projects may include but are not limited… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Marketing and Communications Intern (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Long Beach, CA

Assist the Communications & Marketing Department to promote events, sports competitions, and athletes. Projects may include but not limited to… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Merchandise Buying Intern-Spring Semester (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Los Angeles, CA

AEG Merchandise (Los Angeles, CA) is seeking a college intern to work with our Merchandising Buying Team. This is a part-time, paid internship, where… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Premium Sales Manager (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Los Angeles, CA

• Execute effective corporate sales calls and customized presentations promoting the purchase and retention of premium ticket inventory in order to… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Athletic Recruiting Specialist - Los Angeles (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Los Angeles, CA

Athletes for College is a Scholarship Placement Service that has an exceptional proven track record of placing High School athletes in top collegiate… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Sports Internship (Sports Marketing/Sales)

Sports Management Santa Monica, CA

This Internship will provide the opportunity to be involved in the entire business development process: • Research prospective sponsors… ClickCast


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4 Ratings
  • Cold Calling, Plain and Simple.

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    Former Employee - Account Executive in Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Account Executive in Chicago, IL
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Pros

    If you like sports (re: golf), sales, cold calling all day/everyday, and getting yelled at on the phone you might like it here. That's pretty much it.

    Cons

    Potential to make decent amount on commissions but the base is so low and sales 95% of the time are few and far between that it's just not a living wage. It's 100% sales, don't let the job posting tell you otherwise. You'll talk to some interesting people but that's 5-10% of the time, the rest of the day/week is spent trying to get through gatekeepers (by lying) and listening to a lot of voicemails. If you love sales and sports then heck, maybe this is the job for you but you'll probably get bored. Also, if you have any shred of ethics, you'll dislike this job real fast. Turnover is so high here and there is a reason for that, they barely train you and expect you to make 150-200 calls a day and hound you if your numbers aren't there, no matter the quality of your calls. In my time there, there was nearly a completely different set of people (except managers) than from when I started and I was there less than a year.

    Advice to Management

    Don't belittle your employees so much. That's not a very good motivational tactic. Reward the little things, build on that and don't come down so hard for every little mistake.


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