December 20, 2011
Indianapolis School in Today's Indy Star
Behind Bars Is Place To to be for big game Indy Star
Thousands needed to serve alcohol at Super Bowl events
Valerie Carcia sells trendy women's clothing as a retail sales manager by day.
By night, she's a bartender -- in Indianapolis.
And that happens to be a pretty good gig to have as the Super Bowl -- the nation's party weekend -- makes its way to the city.
"I've already been offered to do Playboy, Maxim parties and some of the Super Bowl (NFL-sanctioned) parties," said Carcia, 27, a regular bartender at Peppers in Broad Ripple. "There is a major need."
Bartending, perhaps more than any other temporary job, will be in high, if not desperate, demand.
Those in the event planning and catering business estimate thousands of bartenders will be needed in the days surrounding...... Read More
December 06, 2011
Cleveland's Rob Turek Competing Again!
Rob's at it again! He continues to up the standard for mixology!
He is competing Wednesday in a Columbus, Ohio Flair Competition; something he's really good at!
Rob also finished in the top two in Cleveland and the top...Read More