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The Dallas Cowboys are a professional American football team based in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The Cowboys compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) East division. The team is headquartered in Frisco, Texas, and plays its home games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, which opened for the 2009 season.

Bo angrily shared his experience, "TO ALL MY DALLAS COWBOYS FAMILY PLEASE SHARE THIS POST IT NEEDS TO GO VIRAL!!! I GOT KICKED OUT OF TRAINING CAMP FOR EVER! So yesterday I spoke on behalf of all the Elite members on why we were put in the vip spot with pretty much the general population after paying $300.00ea. For years we have always had a Elite section that was just Elite, and for speaking out on why things were changed without notifying us before we payed our hard earned money I was told there nothing we can do after Laurel Glenn asked us for our suggestions, at that point I was told I could not get my money back and there was nobody above her to talk to. After our conversation with Laurel Glenn she then walked away found a lady from the city they both approached the security that handles the Dallas Cowboy players and had a discussion about our conversation and he said he'll take care of me. As of this morning Cowboys staff and Oxnard City officials approached me gave me a check and told me I was permanently banned from all Cowboys events and functions because I've used foul language at staff, and harassing staff (laurel glenn)...

Laurel Glenn brand marketing manager and Dallas Cowboys has had it in for me for the past 3 years.

Two years ago when she started working the elite section I asked her why we don't have water soft drinks in our area that were stated in our contract when we payed the $300, from that point on I was on her list of people she did not like. Last year they brought in those refreshments but she still had it in for me and tried to make up lies on me in front of fans stating I cussed at her, thank God those fans that I did not know told security that she was lying and that made the situation 100% worse for me this year. So for speaking up for what we paid for at the Dallas Cowboys training camp they use me as an example to let everybody else know in the elite section to shut their mouth and don't say a word about what we do and how we change things regardless of your contract rights.

I supported the Dallas Cowboys I've done fundraisers for the Boys & Girls Club of Oxnard I've donated a lot of money and time in helping organizations involved with the Dallas Cowboys training camp.

I spent thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours standing in line at 3 a.m. in the morning until 5:30 p.m. to watch practice and get autographs, just to be slandered and told that I'm getting autograph to sell merchandise and multiple times I was told they wanted to know what I did for work and how I was able to be there every day and spend thousands of dollars on merchandise and how I was able to stay there every day for the entire training camp. which all of this is irrelevant and none of their business. I'm there to support the Dallas Cowboys, without fans like US the die hard fans there would be no America's Team!! I'm beyond hurt and ashamed at the Dallas Cowboys staff for what they have done to me, I've done nothing but support them and for all the staff that thinks I'm buying items getting them signed and selling them here's some pictures of my collection and this picture was taken 2 years ago.

I have about 15 people in the elite section that have my back but are scared to speak up cuz they don't want to get kicked out permanently from training camp or any Dallas Cowboy events.

Yesterday at the end of practice the last player to come give us autographs was Terrance Williams we told him you're the man and he told us right back without you guys here we would be nothing. And that's what keeps us coming back as die-hard fans when the players interact with us like he did yesterday!!!

So if Jerry Jones or Steven Jones sees this and reads it they really need to check on their staff and how they treat people and the lies they make up against people because they don't like that person on a personal level and getting them kicked out of something they love to do every year!"


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Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) says

"They have favoritism and the managers are very fake. I would not ever want work with them again and they Chose the people the like to stay after football season is over and the they chose people that only star they for 2 days and and if they don't like u and u not like them they would let u go even if y be there longer Cons: n/a"

Corporate Travel Manager (Former Employee) says

"Management expectations allowed very personal time, without appreciation for the sacrifices being made by employees. Fun and exciting place to work for the first several months."

Runner-up (Former Employee) says

"bad managers ,they do not care about ,,,just work,work,work,change the work and. breaks hours every day ,,rules are not the same for everybody big time preferences Cons: Very short breaks and far"

Promo Team Member (Former Employee) says

"was promised a job after finishing me internship, and deal was not upheld"

o Event Operations & Guest Services Intern (Former Employee) says

"Over work and underpaid, no glory in this field, hours are extremely long, even full time employees are underpaid for all the work they do."

Entry Level (Current Employee) says

"This place will chew you up and spit you out. All resources are spread thin and you are tasked with 2x as much work as can be reasonably completed in the allotted time. But it's not optional.No work/life balance."

Concierge Captain / Trainer / Receptionist (Former Employee) says

"Over seeing stadium guest to ensure they had a great and safe time while visiting. Training coaching and developing new hire staff. Cons: Stadium Operation Mangement very negative"

Admin. Asst of Real Estate & Stadium Development (Former Employee) says

"Working in the real estate department at the Cowboys was exciting and our end goal was to get the new stadium. Long hours, worked weekends entertaining guests at all the Cowboys' games home and away. The pay was way below average and I struggled to make ends meet. There were of course, perks such game tickets/parking and traveling for the away games. Cons: Low pay"

NFL (Former Employee) says

"Was signed as undrafted rookie to the Cowboys & was cut after camp. Worked extremely hard but the business is so cut throat & i ended up not making the 53 man roster."

Community Relations Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"Very competitive and not a lot of room to advance. It is a great place to work if you can find a position.Most sports jobs to not pay very well either. There are so many people that want the jobs they will take very little money."

Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) says

"A typical day consist of processing orders via phone and live chat technology, processing returns from customers. I can honestly say I have some great co-workers and I have built a couple of genuine friend relationships. I enjoy my job with the Dallas Cowboys organization. Cons: No room for advancement, compensation and the benefits are very poor."

NFL (Former Employee) says

"It was a lot of practice and hard work, but I loved every minute of it. Cons: alot of rough and injuring contact"