The Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau recognizes the extraordinary works of the county's hospitality industry through a quarterly hospitality recognition program. John Stanley of Sullivan's Steakhouse was named in the individual category, while Dooley O'Toole's restaurant in Carmel was honored for the business category. Stanley, the General Manager, was recognized by an unnamed staff member for his heavy involvement in the community. Each year, Stanley does charity work for Zoobiliation, Mikey's Camp, Art Sparkle, Taste of Carmel, Dream Home, Saturday Superbowl for Kids, United Way, Chaucie's Place, the Susan Koman menu and more. In addition to his hard work in the community, Stanley has worked for Sullivan's Steakhouse for over 12 years. Dooley O'Toole's was honored for offering excellent service to all of their clientele for over 25 years. The Bureau received excellent nominees for the third quarter: Kelly Fleischman, Noblesville Main Street; Cara Townsend, Cambria Suites in Noblesville; Mary Donley, Staybridge Suites Carmel; Emily Rogers, Springhill Suites in Fishers. Nominations are compiled and awarded each quarter. For the fourth quarter, applications will be accepted through December 2, 2010.