Considering the number of on the road events they have scheduled (40-60 per year),the run times of the events (3-5 days including travel, set up and strike), and the actual length of the events (3-4 hrs for parties to 8 to 12 hrs per day for trade shows), I wouldn't be able to be the full time host of all events. I have no problem helping during busy periods, but most of the time during shows I trouble shoot anything from power and AC problems to planning out and confirming the load out, doing the paperwork or planning the next show. Considering the schedule, unless your willing to put in 18 to 20 hours a day for weeks at a time during peak periods (back to back to back, or simultaneous events going on), there is no way you can start at 7:30 am for a show, finish at 6pm, and work til 10pm on the next shows coming up, and do anything that is less than quality job. Being on the road is tough. And many people do this type of set up once a year for a trade show. To live it 200 days a year would kill anyone who cared about doing a good job. Good luck in finding someone who can setup, lift 50lbs, run a show, strike it, do the paperwork and budgets, travel, and be ready for the next show.
you will get asked typical interview questions -should be no surprises there.Also be ready to show your merchandising skills, they will ask you to put together an outfit and explain why you chose the fashion pieces you selected and critique a visual presentation on the sales floor.