Banquet Manager (Current Employee), Raleigh, NC – February 7, 2014
We are fortunate to have a team that has a vast amount of knowledge about great service and even better food. Not your typical venue with traditional style. We are always looking for new and better ways to enhance our product and make the guest experience a memorable one.
Cashier (Former Employee), Bridgeport, CT – February 6, 2014
I salute this company because they give teens the chance of getting work experience. My typical day at work was opening the concession stand when there were events at the Arena. My co-workers and I had to make sure we had enough inventory to complete all orders. I would take customer orders and ensure that they got served in a timely manner. I enjoyed – more... it very much because this was my first job and I loved the interaction with the customers. We served a very diverse group of customers. – less
Team Member/Cashier (Former Employee), Central Islip, NY – February 5, 2014
Pros: free meal
I had a lot of fun working within a baseball stadium. It was nice to meet customers that had a great attitude and passion for the sport. The entire staff of Centerplate was very upbeat and great to work for.
Warehouse Worker/Forklift Opp (Current Employee), Landover, MD – January 31, 2014
Pros: free lunch, weekly pay
Cons: cold building during the winter.
I enjoyed my experience with centerplate. My supervisors/managers did a good job with making sure everyone knew their responsibilities and the correct procedures to take towards succeeding them. With everyone having full knowledge of their responsibility made the experience much easier. The hardest part about the job was organizing frozen products. – more... The low temperature environment sometimes made it hard to maneuver and control certain products due to the amount of ice. Although, i mostly enjoyed the free lunch everyday. – less
Food Prep (Former Employee), Tuscaloosa, AL – January 9, 2014
Pros: free launch
Cons: confusing at times
A typical day at work is very hard if you don't like standing for a lot of hours and dealing with 1,000 different people. In this job I learned how to deal with rude customers. Most of the co-workers were very friendly and I will have them in my mind the rest of my life. The best part of the job are meeting kind fun people.
Cashier (Current Employee), Washington, DC – December 16, 2013
Pros: great pay, great food, great employees
Cons: short hours at times, short breaks
A typical day at work, is hectic most of the days We run around like a chicken with it's head cut off because the staffing doesn't order enough food for the events that they host, so its kind of hard having to run back and fourth through the convention center trying to meet The Peoples demands. Management is well organized & On top of there Business, – more... My co-workers are really helpful and friendly its a good environment for a hard working person. The hardest part of the job is Not knowing mainly the job you do most of the times because they don't really let you know they just send you out and expect you to take role. The Most Enjoyable part of the job is the amazing money and Great Food. – less
Beverage Asst. Manager/ Retail Supervisor (Current Employee), Denver, CO – November 26, 2013
• Managed teams of up to 60 individuals at the Colorado Convention Center, The Denver Performing Arts Complex to include: Buell Theater, Beottcher Theater, and the Ellie Caulkins Opera House with Kevin Taylor’s Restaurant, among offsite locations to accomplish client expectations. • Monitoring labor and cost of goods including: scheduling, staffing, – more... product ordering and inventory to meet biweekly budgets and ensure quality. • Balance sales to inventory on a nightly basis of sales up to $50,000 dollars. • Use and technical support of computerized pos systems. – less
You get to attend all professional ball games while working for the company
Area Supervisor (Current Employee), Spartanburg, SC – November 1, 2013
Pros: you can attend the ballparks for free by working for the company
Cons: healthcare isn't so great
Great Company to work for and fun, you interact with the fans and the players. Working for this company gives you insight to what and how concessions operate. The food for concessions are changing from Doggie Diner style of Service to Hospitality Service.
cashier (Former Employee), Spokane, WA – October 24, 2013
Pros: met all kinds of people from all over the u.s.
Cons: had to quit cause other job split day
Began as cashier then became stand manager responsible for at least 5 cashiers,their tills,and open and close inventory at Sporting events and concerts in Spokane Arena.Passed all Health inspections and later moved to high volume alcohol sales.Responsible and accuracy on till.
Retail Associate/Cashier (Former Employee), miami,florida – October 24, 2013
Pros: free lunches, free parking
Cons: long hours, and one lunch
A typical day at work is just helping customer find a size for a shirt.What I learned customers really like memories to take with them when they come to a game.Management always look out for your best interest when it comes to breaks and food.Co-workers was very informative they taught me the ropes of the job.The hardest part about the job was it was – more... really boring.The most enjoyable part about the job you make a lot of money in one day. – less