Big Game Promotions Reviews
65% would recommend to a friend
(13 total reviews)
73% approve of CEO
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Updated 25 Jul 2019
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- 5.019 Sept 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsSan Diego, CA
I love working for BGP! Its not only a Sales Job i can make my paychecks GROW...but also i get to help kids nationwide continue to plays sports all year long at the same time! I believe in this sale which makes it easier to do! 😊
Sales is not a easy JOB but if you have a passion for children like we do at BGP then you can be good a team player and help kids out that need that extra help!
- 1.027 Feb 2015Outside Sales RepresentativeCurrent EmployeeSan Diego, CA
The only pro I can come up with for this place is it is simply a job. It pays money. Some of the people that have come and gone have been cool people to meet, and most of the time it is a fun work environment. I'll give them that.
First of all, the good reviews on here are so obviously written by management and possibly the owner himself. It's both hilarious and disgusting that they seriously took the time to do that. You can't polish dog crap, sorry. This place is micromanaged like you wouldn't believe. They are constantly ripping off their employees and also the schools they work with, and are constantly coming up with loopholes and excuses to wiggle out of it. I have seen so many people get hired and fired within a week. They don't give new people a chance, and the employees that have managed to stick around the longest get treated like they're still brand new. Just don't work here if you can help it, this company is a total scam. To the schools and to their employees. I'm looking for a new job currently, something I should have done a while ago.11
- 5.012 Jul 2015Inside Sales RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
The opportunity to make a lot of money is definitely there. If you work hard and have a good attitude, you will love this job. Management is always willing to help reps and they put a lot of time into training and development. The company has a lot of perks, great benefits, spiffs, dinners and fun trips! The company spends a lot of money on marketing to bring in leads…
If you expect to come in and put in minimal effort, you won't do well here. You have to work hard and push yourself to really make good money, but when you do, the potential is unreal.3
- 5.016 Jun 2014Sales RepresentativeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
My experience at Big Game Promotions has been very rewarding and positive so far. The company culture is fun, everyone is friendly and supportive of one another, and we work hard raising funds for High School sports teams. We provide a free service to schools and deliver a great product as well!
Contacting businesses for support can be a challenge--not everyone realizes the importance of fundraising and keeping sports in schools. Sometimes overcoming rejection is difficult.2
- 2.019 Sept 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Well what I can think of is: Fun environment. Music playing while working. Easy to get a job there. High energy the whole time. Decent incentive and prizes fot sales.
Most people are parolees or just got out of jail. A LOT of work. Difficult personal goals. Early work hours. You're a telemarketer, so there's that. It's not for everyone. Some people just won't make sales. The management and other workers don't really care about training you. Really, the only place to move up is like a lead position.2
- 1.013 Dec 2013SalesFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Diego, CA
The only pro I have is this job allowed me to take care of my family, unitl the owner tried to take that away. I did meet some good people who have since left the company
managment rips off employees(more than one current labor board claim filed) treats employees bad, owner lies to people and rips off communities they work with. I honesly could no longer look at myself in the mirror working for Big Game, knowing that kids are losing money because of the greed and busness tactics by managment8
- 5.010 Oct 2018Entry Level SalesFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
1. High energy sales teams that push for positive hard work 2. Helping high school, college and youth sports teams with professional media and fundraising 3. Learned how to work on the phone and computer 4. Bi-weekly payroll 5. Cool People 6. Early schedule to enjoy the afternoons 7. weekends off
1. Sales isnt easy 2. Lot's of rejection from businesses 3. Sales floor sometimes too loud
- 5.09 Jun 2016Phone SalesFormer Employee, less than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
The PEOPLE! I loved everyone that I worked with including management and Mr Celaschi. The company is all about being positive, working hard, and having fun. I never had a job where I enjoyed going to work every day. If I didnt go back to college I would still be there.
sales work hours 630am-3pm (a little too early :) )1
- 5.09 Dec 2013Marketing InternCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
Everyone is super friendly and helpful. I learned a lot throughout my time here at BGP. It is a fun work environment and I really enjoy being here. I never felt micromanaged and enjoyed my independence with my position.
Overall, it was great working here. Only problem was at times there was not enough work for me to do.