I have been working at Bronco Wine Co.Pros
Local area, not too much travel. Incentives, commission. Freedom to be in charge of your territory.Cons
Pay is entry level. Merchandizing in grocery. Quotas seems high to reach.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep the communication open. Allow more commissions or incentives.
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Bronco Wine has been known to buck the system. One of the nation's top wine producers, the vintner makes some 60 labels, including Charles Shaw, Forest Glen, and Coastal Ridge. Operating a 40,000-acre vineyard, the California bulk wine producer is the fourth-largest wine seller in the US. It produces some 20 million cases of wine every year. Bronco Wine created a stir in the wine industry and continues to do so by selling its Charles Shaw brand for $1.99 at Trader Joe's Company locations. (The wine, dubbed "drinkable" by many, quickly gained the nickname Two-Buck Chuck...