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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Reviews
Great job if you're looking for quick easy money. Your experience as a whole is entirely dependent on where and who you work with. The company has had a history of sexual harassment and racial discrimination however that corporate seemingly has swept under the rug or flat out denied. At the end of the day you just gotta remember that you're working in a predominantly white environment with a preachy, young millennial crowd. Some locations are dope and the workplace is diverse, some not so much. If you're in it for the money and not looking to make any serious career moves or move up the company ladder, then you'll do just fine.
The benefits to working at Alamo Drafthouse are nice. You get free anytime movies for yourself and a guest and half off, up to $30, of any and all food and drinks, excluding alcohol. Now, working there overall was a good opening to understanding the food industry. There are a lot of things I would change such as the attitude of the environment, which was not that great. Also, being a runner is not great. They do everything and the pay for the work they put in does not equal out.
Working at Alamo was the best decision I ever made. Everyone who worked there was invested not only in serving our customers, but in becoming a part of that "One Big Happy Family." We loved movies and the movie-going experience, and we were happy to share that experience with each and every guest. It's fun work, and it never gets old.