When a company or brand needs to train Brand Ambassadors on the latest product, they send Brand Ambassadors (flight and hotel all paid for) to the city where the training is being conducted.
--For Google, 600 + Brand Ambassadors were flown to Miami for about a week's worth of training. Of course during their off time, the Brand Ambassadors went around the city and explored or partied.
--For Metro PCS - they flew people out to Texas to train on the products as well as the mobile truck that the phones were to be displayed at.
This is a great way to see different cities and get paid for it. You are paid your hourly/flat rate for training plus they pay for your flight and accommodations.
--A lot of times as a Field Market Manager of an event, the trucks aren't delivered to the location you are to do showcase the products in. So the FMM has to fly to the city where the truck is, drive it to the event location, and once the event is done, the FMM has to drive it back then fly back home.
There are times that the truck needs to be retrofitted and so the FMM has to drive the truck to the city where it is to be retrofitted. The FMM can choose to stay at the city and have the company pay for the hotel while waiting for the truck to be done. Or, the FMM can fly back home (paid by the company) and fly back to the city (also paid by the company) to drive the truck back.
--Another way to be paid to travel is when you work for an automobile brand and you have to drive the cars to different cities and stay there overnight, or several days, and move about the country.
3. Mobile Tour
--When a Brand needs to have activations in different cities/states/provinces, then a Manager or two drive around different cities where they work with local Brand Ambassadors at every event. If it's a long promo, let's say it's a 6 month and up mobile tour and you've been in several cities other than your home base, you did get time off and are paid to fly back home and then go back to where you last left the truck. Other times you do get to do events at your home town.
There are also instances where it's not just managers that travel doing the mobile tours, but some companies prefer having the same Brand Ambassadors in every city. So These Brand Ambassadors are able to travel from place to place without any expenses.
4. Product Specialist for Auto Shows
- A lot of different brands that travel from one auto show to the next have the same Product Specialist to showcase the cars. These Product Specialist are not necessarily the drivers like above, but they are flown, stay at hotels for free, and have per diems given to them.
5. International Travel
- Usually international travel involves people working at Trade Shows/Conventions and those who speak the target language and English are flown to these different venues around the world.
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