• Welcome Desk - Noblesville Visitors Center
The Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau staff swells to 32 people in the summer with the addition of Visitors Center Welcome Desk staff. These front line staff have to know all there is to do and see, and know the directions to get there.
  • Ice Cream Scooper - Alexander's on the Water (Cicero, Ind.)
What could be more Americana than a summer job scooping ice cream? How about scooping 16 flavors of ice cream with a view of the scenic Morse Reservoir? Cheryl Schulz and Laura Berndt expanded Alexander's Ice Cream with this second location in 1998.
  • Portage and Livery - White River Canoe Company (Noblesville, Ind.)
The canoe, kayak and river tube outfitter runs excursions along the White River from Anderson to Fishers. With more than 100 boats, it takes a number of strong arms to help tourists get into the water and onto their adventure.
  • Limousine Driver - Antique Limousine of Indianapolis
Imagine if the '53 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith, the '38 Cadillac Model 75 or the '38 V-12 Packard Convertible could talk about the passengers they had carried? The cars can't talk but the limo drivers sure can.
  • Coach Attendant - Indiana Transportation Museum (Fishers and Noblesville, Ind.)
All the coach attendants who make sure passengers ride the Nickel Plate Rail Line in comfort are volunteers, but only one currently plays his guitar on excursions. It takes a love of history, knowledge of the railroad, good balance and stamina - especially on the WFMS Fairtrain.
  • Queen, Squire or Knight - Fishers Renaissance Faire
Learn about casting auditions for the 2012 Fishers Renaissance Faire at FishersRenfaire.com. Find out what it takes to be a part of central Indiana's biggest Ren Faire.
  • Ghost Hunter - Unseenpress.com (Westfield, Ind.)
Nicole and Michael Kobrowski know all about paranormal activity in Westfield, Noblesville and Indianapolis. Since 2001, they have shared the interesting history and ghosts of central Indiana through Ghost Tours. Today, they employ five professional storytellers but no special effects. As Nicole says, "If you see or feel something on the tour, it is truly your reality."