The work place culture is not for everyone. And if you want a summer or part time job then this is the place for someone. If you want to make money and thrive in the culinary world, this is not the place to it.
Typical day would be setting up for events with each stand for food and beverage.
Learned communication and time management.
Management was a good set staff that just worked a lot.
Getting the information for each event beforehand rather than the day of.
The people are great to be around. You get all sorts of personalities and that makes it enjoyable.
I work at a stadium, mostly on NFL games. The club level has some of the best-of-the-best employees, but no matter what, you get a mix. The in-seat server team and the bartender team are the top teams you can work with, but the concession stand teams are a mix of good employees and people who are lazy and just looking for a paycheck.
A typical day starts well before game time. Things build up after doors open and get extremely busy by kickoff. They come to a head around the second quarter, then either get busier or drop off at halftime. You're pretty much done at the end of the third quarter, and can begin cleaning up. You leave shortly after most of the customers do.
Free breakfast or lunch, good pay
Long hours, long walks to/from your car, no breaks