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30+ days ago

Territory Manager - Sales Rep. / Trade Marketing

RJ Reynolds Diablo, CA

For over 120 years, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company (RJRT) has been a leader in the consumer packaged-goods industry. R.J.Reynolds Tobacco manufactures…

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Territory Manager – new

RJ Reynolds Concord, CA +9 locations

Territory Managers / Trade Marketing Representatives are assigned to a geographic territory where they are responsible for: Calling on established… RJ Reynolds

30+ days ago

Territory Manager / Trade Marketing - San Jose/Oakland/San Francisco, CA

Reynolds American San Jose, CA

• Actively promoting the marketing mix through direct discussions with retailers using analytical proficiency and influencing skills to promote a… Glassdoor

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Reynolds American Chairman, President, & CEO Daniel M. Delen
Daniel M. Delen
38 Ratings

    Good Company for young people, not a long term career

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    Former Employee - Territory Manager III  in  Richmond, VA
    Former Employee - Territory Manager III in Richmond, VA

    I worked at Reynolds American full-time for more than a year


    Company Car, good pay and benefits, no weekends, great company meetings.


    Very aggressive and competitive people. If you are over 35 years old, you will be pushed to the side and never promoted. It is based on education, and self promotion, experience and customer service are no longer rewarded.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop trying to make the company younger, education is not always as important as experience in every situation.

    Negative Outlook
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