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The Atlanta Falcons are a professional American football team based in Atlanta. The Falcons compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) South division. The Falcons joined the NFL in 1965 as an expansion team, after the NFL offered then-owner Rankin Smith a franchise to keep him from joining the rival American Football League (AFL).

David angrily mentioned, "First, you tell me I cannot buy a ticket to a Falcons game, because I choose not to own a smart phone. NOW you tell me, if a friend takes me to a game with HIS device, you will NOT accept my cash. Never, ever have I seen a business make it so difficult for would-be patrons. Do you want my money, or not? Amazingly, that answer appears to be no. I suppose I should not be that surprised Arthur Blank is leading the charge in Atlanta for a cashless society. I will no longer refer to it as Mercedes Benz Stadium. To me, it is now Mark of the Beast Stadium. Not only will I never attend another event there, I am encouraging everyone, who cares about where our nation is heading, to join me."


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Game Day Staff (Former Employee) says

"Employees for most part friendly to work with. began there when original owners owned the team, it was sold and new owner was money hungry and company was no longer a friendly family atmosphere Cons: no benifits, changed ownership"

Director of NFL Youth Programs (Former Employee) says

"Excellent opportunities to impact the local community. Could improve its relations with the community by doing more local programs rather than national programs. Cons: Underpaid, Undervalued"

Creative Services Assistant (Former Employee) says

"I felt that working for this organization was solid. I didn't feel as if I learned a lot and I felt that management lacked mentorship for new employees. While there I sat with other interns or entry level employees which somewhat alienated me from the creative department. I feel its best for you to learn from individuals within your team which would strengthen your relationships. Instead I felt that I was somewhat kept at bay and wasn't given the full opportunity to grow within my department or organization. The worst of it all is the PAY!!! Your paid extremely poorly working in sports and If you don't absolutely love the job you will suffer!!! Cons: Wages, career development, Flowery Branch"

Game Day Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I learned how to work with customers in a fast paced environement. Thinking quick on my feet while dealing with money and products in high demand"

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