Auto shows are super fun events where the latest automobiles and concept cars are showcased. You make such good money doing these events that in 3 days alone I've made about $900. Now, advertisers and sponsors are not necessarily related to the automobile industry, therefore there are a ton of jobs that are available for Brand Ambassadors.
Here are some of the jobs that people do at these events:
A. Brand Ambassadors - local staff are usually hired to work for companies at the auto show. There are some who travel with the Brand, but are not necessarily paid for their travel expenses. They either stay at friends or family, a hotel/motel, or for free at Couch Surfing. A lot of those who pay out of pocket travel expense say it's worth doing it because they are paid a lot more than what their expenses are. They consider it as "being paid to see another city". Brand Ambassadors for Auto Shows, no matter what the position are normally paid $18 and up.
Brand Ambassadors could work the following jobs:
- Registration - working for the entire show and making sure that each person has their credentials.
- Registration for Ride and Drive - Brand Ambassadors work for a specific car brand and they check people's driver's licenses and make sure they are legal to test drive the cars.
- Brand Ambassador - Any brands that are representing at the Auto Shows have Brand Ambassadors working for them to make sure consumers not only have a good time experiencing the brand, but to educate and answer questions, and most importantly that they are able to capture leads for prospective customers.
B. Tour Managers - These cool people travel around the country going to different events and setting up a fun booth where consumers are able to interact with the brand. They manage local or traveling Brand Ambassadors during the duration of the event. Tour Managers are not only paid to be at these events, but their travel and per diem are covered by the company. Tour Managers are usually paid above $1200/week.
C. Product Specialists - These are highly trained staff who know the inside and out of the cars they are representing. Some are local to the area of the event, and some travel to these events. Because they are specialized Brand Ambassadors, they are paid a lot more than regular ones--usually above $30/hr. Their travel and per diem are also covered by the company.
These jobs pay $18 and up. If you don't have the right tools, the right resume, and the right experience you won't likely be hired.
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