Event Sales Representative Salary in Colorado - State Average

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Average Salary for Event Sales Representative in Colorado - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Event Sales Representative in Colorado - State Average is $55,775.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Event Sales Representative in Colorado - State Average is $26.82.

The average bonus of a(n) Event Sales Representative in Colorado - State Average is $9,253.00.

Job Description:

Sells private party and corporate functions, growing the client database through networking, and working with an operations staff to ensure the quality experience of every event. Makes and/or takes potential customer calls, sells event space, rooms, stages, tables, chairs, lighting, portable walls, power cords, food and beverage, etc. Follows up with clients on details and payment issues. Directs, coordinates, and arranges, or assists in directing, coordinating, and arranging for meetings and special events of various sizes. Negotiates contract(s) and assists in planning logistics for conferences, and/or events with respect to budgets, speakers, entertainment, transportation, facilities, technology, equipment, printing, food and beverage, and other related issues. Distributes necessary paperwork to all designated areas to ensure quality experience. Handles any challenges and problems promptly and to the client’s satisfaction. Follows all standard policies and procedures in handling reservations. Performs all promotional plans as directed by management. Develops and improves sales skills through internal and external sources. Works to increase the client database through outside sales efforts, direct mail, phone calls, and networking with local community organizations and associations. Maintains regular contact with current client base. May work the hosted events for purpose of networking and assuring customer satisfaction. May represent company at trade shows and other community events. May plan seating arrangements and maintain comment cards. Less

Sells private party and corporate functions, growing the client database through networking, and working with an operations staff to ensure the quality experience of every event. Makes and/or takes potential customer calls, sells event space, rooms, stages, tables, chairs, lighting,... More

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