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PBR Pueblo, CO

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Technical Services

PBR Pueblo, CO

The premier bull riding organization in the world began as a dream of 20 bull riders 23 years ago and is now a global sports phenomenon. PBR… Glassdoor


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Sean Gleason
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    Dream job turned into a nightmare in short amount of time...

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    Former Employee - Marketing Manager in Pueblo, CO
    Former Employee - Marketing Manager in Pueblo, CO

    I worked at PBR full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Learned the most in one year than I ever have at any other company.

    Loved working the actual events from start to finish.

    Tons of exposure in the sponsorship/marketing realm.

    Position is very fast paced with a TON of moving parts, it was like owning your own small business or many small businesses because you managed everything from the box office, promotions, sponsorships, media buying, etc.

    Cons

    No training…of the job, of the expectations, of the processes. Day 1, I went through a 2-4 hour HR mandatory orientation and then was assigned my cubicle and was handed a binder with my first assigned market without direction, without training or guidance, etc. Spent the first couple weeks even up until the day I left without much interaction of my direct report.

    Very religious team, felt like an outcast because I didn't participate in weekly bible studies.

    Mentor pulled me aside to ask if she could pray for me and then proceeded to due so in the conference room.

    There is no growth opportunity.

    HIgh turnover!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    HR and Department Training for new hires is definitely needed, PBR took this to a whole new level with the term of "hit the ground running".

    Recognize the amount of work that your employees are doing and pay them accordingly, what we were making and what was expected of us is not in good comparison.

    Management needs to recognize and take a look as to why they have such high turnover with no loyalty in regards to the departments that do the majority of the work while on the road.

    Doesn't Recommend
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