Brand Ambassador/Field Agent

Company Name:
Brand Ambassador/Field Agent
Job Description:
BFG, a national marketing and promotion agency is seeking energetic and extroverted Brand Ambassadors/Field Agents for an experiential marketing campaign for their tobacco and e-cigarette clients. Employees interact with adult tobacco consumers and build brand awareness for our clients in nightclubs, bars and retail outlets throughout the market area. You must be comfortable interacting and speaking with people, and have the ability to convey your passion and knowledge about the brands you are representing. Evenings and weekends required.
Additional Requirements:
Walking and standing is necessary during all consumer engagement activities (shifts may last from 2-5+ hours).
Able to lift, move and carry 30 - 50 lbs. Set up and breakdown of event materials and production elements including tents or pods (up to 40x40) when required.
Must possess a valid, unrestricted Driver's License at all times while employed, proof of insurance may be requested.
Must have reliable transportation to travel from venue to venue as well as attend regularly scheduled meetings at the local office.
Must be 21 years or older because this position requires you to work in establishments that are age restricted (21+).
Bi-lingual (Fluent in both Spanish & English) is a plus.
Overnight, out of town travel may be required.
Compensation is $16.00/Hour + Mileage Reimbursement.
This is a Part-time opportunity.
This position requires a DMV and background check.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. BFG reserves the right to modify all or part of any job descriptions at its discretion in order to meet and or exceed the needs of the business.
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