Showdown Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Headquartered in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Showdown Displays is a privately-held global manufacturer and supplier of visual communication, event and display products. Showdown Displays solely markets its services and products through authorized distributor partners in a collection of diverse distribution channels, including Promotional Product Distributors, Marketing & Experiential Agencies, Exhibit Display Providers, Sign Shops, Commercial Printers, and Event Planners.

An employee shares his experience on indeed.com, "Showdown concentrates too much on buying equipment and not who is going to run the equipment. They do focus on their core values but are hesitant to clean the ranks of underachievers."

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Forklift Operator/Warehouse (Former Employee) says

"Let people go randomly with no reason, not enough work there, horrible manegment and meeting employee needs, favoritizem , not a good place to call a JOB."

Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"Concentrate too much on buying equipment and not who is going to run the equipment. Cons: Poor pay of production staff"

Graphic Designer/Production (Former Employee) says

"The company was, overall, a good place to work. The co-workers were friendly, and there was team activites and things to keep us working together. However, the management team seemed to promote the wrong employees that drove away good talent. I think it's an easy fix for them, have the management team be more invovled with the employees under them so they can get a better feel with who is working with the team and who isn't. I'd also say, the thing that drove me away was a poor raise system, if you worked hard and met all the standards they wanted, you got a 10 cent yearly raise. Cons: poor raises"