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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Philadelphia, PA
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    I worked at Comcast Spectacor full-time


    2014 - 2015 has been a transitional and formative year for Comcast Spectacor. What was once a company prided on a family style attitude is quickly becoming focused on growth and entrepreneurship. For new employees this should be a positive resulting in opportunities and potential for growth that weren't always present in the past. The family feeling still lingers there and some attempts are made to maintain it.


    There is a promotion of transparency in the decision making however that was not always my experience. It's a very growth focused organization with a sense that the ends justify the means.

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    Marketing Intern Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer


    Applied Online and was contacted by HR a few weeks later. Scheduled an interview for a week later. The interview was nothing crazy. Met with one of the marketing managers. Questions were pretty run of the mill. Just discussed the company, my experience, my goals, etc. Got a call from HR a couple days after the interview offering me the internship.

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Headquarters Philadelphia, PA
Size 1 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

Comcast Spectacor keeps the testosterone flowing in the City of Brotherly Love. The sports and entertainment company owns and operates both the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team and the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, along with the city's Wells Fargo Center arena (formerly the Wachovia Center). Comcast Spectacor also owns event and facility management firm Global Spectrum and Ovations Food Services, a contract foodservices provider and concessions operator. Other operations include New Era Tickets and figure skating promoter Disson Skating. Cable giant Comcast owns ... More

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