Director of Field Operations (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – 10 June 2016
At first this was an exciting company to work for as it was an industry that I didn't even know existed. As time went by I saw how mismanaged everything was. No protocols and procedures in place. Bad business ethics by the CEO. The turnover rate for office staff as well as reps in the field is comparatively high for a sales company.
Bad business ethics, too much workload for compensation offered
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – NJ – 11 July 2017
Great job. too much travel. I enjoyed working for Twin Towers Training. The company offered a lot of support. I was able to travel the Country. If you do your job you will make money and the company will help you if you get into difficulty with your automobile and if a financial emergency comes up.
N/A (Former Employee) – Manalapan, NJ – 21 June 2017
Illusions of promises and false security keep workers present. Professionalism is nonexistent and deception is the company's primary product. While some worker make the experience rather enjoyable, management is the embodiment of a workplace bully.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – 17 May 2017
Management doesn't care about the little people. Work way to hard in a fast paced environment with little pay. No benefits. never a set schedule. Management hires anyone and everyone they can with out finding the right fit first.
not one pro
everything from the time you clock in and clock out.
BRAND AMBASSADOR (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 14 February 2017
I have absolutely loved working for Twin Towers Trading! I get to make my own schedule and have traveled all over the country and met tons of amazing people.
A typical day at work involves me going into a store and doing 10-12 product demonstrations per day for five days and then moving on to a new store. The most difficult part of the job is probably trying to communicate with management in different stores. The most enjoyable part is getting to travel everywhere!
Product Demonstrator (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – 20 May 2015
TTT gave me an incredible opportunity to use my outgoing personality to my advantage. I do it in a sales pitch on a stage. I finally get to use some of the chops I learned in Drama Class years and years ago. The system at TTT makes it easy to learn and apply the script, so you can earn decent money right away. Then you can fine tune your pitch and start earning the big bucks. The killer thing is, it is all commission so I don’t have to rely on getting tipped out like it was when I was waiting tables. I know what I earn because it is directly connected to what I sell.
Pitch Artist (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – 20 May 2015
I demonstrate kitchen products like the Pro Smart Slicer, or the Forever Sharp in different stores. I am a huge believer in using whole foods in my culinary adventures. I love teaching others about the healthy cooking aspects that we use in the demonstration. It is a pretty fun job getting in front of people that want to learn about new products. I have also demonstrated some of the cleaning products like Evo-Cloth.
Product Demonstrator (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 20 May 2015
I have been a Product Demonstrator for over 3 years now. I enjoy my job every single day. It is pretty different every single day. It allows me to focus on my acting as well as enjoying free time. I love to feel the energy from the crowd and apply my improv training to help me convert to sales. Like I said the energy of the crowd gives me the direction to take the demonstration. Sometimes its loud and funny, other times its serious as a heart attack. Its pretty fun and every single show is different just like a stage show. I think this job has helped my confidence tremendously. I almost forgot, the money is good also!
Fast paced enviorment. Able to speak to people around the world.
Administrative Assistant/ CEO personal Assitant (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – 16 February 2015
- Weekly calls to all reps around the country to obtain inventory. -Weekly calls to store venues to inform on product logistics. -Management was short tempered, but I still kept a positive attitude and helped in any way I could. - Most difficult was getting the reps to actually count their product and give inventory. - Most enjoyable was weekly lunches the CEO provided and the Holiday parties he put together for all his staff.
Paid holidays, Paid vacation, Great Health insurance
We ate lunch at our desks due to the constant incoming calls.
This is a sales job that mot would describe as being a pitchman. ou have your own booth set up in a Walmart, Sears, Safeway, Albertson's, and run 12 shows a day making hourly/commission. The ob at first seems like a great opportunity, You quickly find out that the money is worth it but the professionalism is not. The manager changed the daily schedule twice a day. Was lied to about certain benefits. They care very little about their reps. I'm currenttly investigating them for tax fraud.
Demo rep (Former Employee) – Various – 1 April 2014
I enjoyed the actual job of demonstrating a good, practical kitchen slicing product. I use the product and would recommend it to any casual cook. My problem with the company is proof and tracking of commission and sales and general sales practices. I witnessed actual sales and was told later "they didn't happen and the registers don't lie. " I was routinely lied to by mgt from simple things to very important things. It was perfectly "ok" to make up information in the demos as per where the products would be sold, when they would be available in the store and how to cash in on the guarantees. It was a physically exhausting job and I was consistently told by mgt, "we all do this so you need to" yet I NEVER saw it happen. As a matter of fact, there was always an excuse for NOT doing the work that was required of front-line employees. This can be good $$, a good job, and good product if allowed to operate with integrity. The ethical dilemmas were overwhelming and disturbing. And I believe the issues lie within the middle layer of mgt who are good con artists/actors and it will end up being the detriment of the company. I refuse to associate my name with this.
Demonstrator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 21 May 2013
You get out of it what you put into it. I sold Forever Sharp knives at local grocery stores and Walmarts for 4 months while looking for an office job. If you learn your script and do it well, you'll make pretty good money. The job can be exhausting at the end of the day though. You walk around the stores a lot, and cutting tomatoes, etc constantly all day can be hard on your joints
sales (Former Employee) – new york, ny – 24 March 2013
They promise the world and deliver nothing. Everything is fraud from the promised salaries and bonuses to the lies about inferior products and fake lifetime guarantees, fake patends pending. If you like to be abused by employers over the cell phone you pay for, enjoy scamming people, like to visit Walmart in bad areas and hate to make fair wages, this job is for you. For the victims of twin towers scamming company, to get your final check, file a free claim with the new jersey dept of labor. They know them well. For people duped into buying products, better business bureau has an online report site. Stand up to them.
they send cheerleaders online with fake reviews to boost thier ratings.