Indy Speedway is a big place so give yourself plenty of time to park. Worker Parking is Lot 1C “Coke Lot” which you can access off of Georgetown Road, near the intersection of Georgetown and 30th Street. You will tell the parking attendant that you are there to work for Levy Restaurants/EMS and you do not have your parking permit yet.

Vendor Pay:

Check in will be located in Lot 1A, near Gate 9A at the corner of Georgetown Road. 

Indy Speedway

Valid State (any state) Issued ID and your valid Indy Alcohol Card (required for ALL vendors)


Proper Uniform - Black pants or shorts. Shorts have to reach the knees. The venue is very strict about this so ladies make sure you are not wearing short shorts. Wear closed toed shoes.


A small snack to eat. Track does not provide any food to eat. If you want to bring water into the track it must be in a gallon jug.  No water bottles allowed.


Good Attitude and Lots of Energy.


Do not bring a backpack. They will not be allowed through the gates for security reasons. All small bags will be checked multiple times at check-in by security, by your managers and by track officials.

Check In Times:

Walking Beer/Water Vendor Job Details:

Check-in location: (see map)

July 23 - 24

1. Levy Restaurants Online Alcohol Compliance Training

  • You only need to do this once per 2016 year.


All vendors must also go through the Levy Restaurants (our client) Alcohol Compliance Training which is a brief online training course. Here are the instructions to complete this course.   


  • http://Levy.Restaurant.org (You must copy and paste this website address into a new window)
  • You will be taken directly to the “Responsible Alcohol Service Training” page
  • Your password is – LEVY in all caps and is case sensitive. Click “Login”
  • Type in your personal information (Name, age, gender, SS# use 0000, birth date, place of birth (city and state))
  • date of employment (enter: 5/20/2016)
  • Job Title (select from drop down – Non-Profit**).  Non-Profit Group Name (EMS Vending) Location Code (select from the drop down - IN Indianapolis Motor Speedway). **EMS Vending is a FOR PROFIT company but to make it work on this website we have to select Non-Profit**
  • Answer the question about Felony
  • Skip over the employment history and Click “Begin”
  • There are 20 test questions that are presented along with the literature to read while answering this section. Once you have completed this section you will be taken to the test. After you have answered the 20 questions, Click “Review”
  • If you have answers that are incorrect, they will be highlighted in blue and you are able to go back and read over the information and correct you answer. Then click “I agree.”
  • The following screen will prompt you to put in an e-mail address. Please enter: angela@emsvending.com. If you enter your own email address by mistake, please forward the results to angela@emsvending.com - these results will be verified before you are allowed to work.

2. Indianapolis Alcohol Card
The alcohol card is required to sell beer. Here is the link to apply for it.  
https://mylicense.in.gov/EGov/PersonSearchResults.aspx?person=Y
In order to work the event you must have at least applied for it and have a receipt showing you paid. The alcohol card lasts 3 years.

  1. Beer sellers MUST NOT sell alcohol to anyone less than 21 years of age.  NEVER EVER!!
  2. Beer sellers MUST ID EVERYONE who appears under 30 every sale every time.
  3. Beer sellers MUST NOT accept any fake, expired, or mutilated ID’s.
  4. Beer sellers MUST NOT sell alcohol to anyone who might pass off to a person < 21.
  5. Beer sellers MUST stop a pass off to a minor if they suspect it.
  6. Beer sellers MUST NOT sell alcohol to anyone who is, or appears to be intoxicated.
  7. Beer sellers MUST be 21 years of age to sell alcohol unless local law requires older.
  8. Beer sellers MUST limit the sale of alcohol to 2 beer per ID.
  9. If the customer already has a beer in their possession you may not sell to them until it is finished. 
  10. Beer sellers MUST NOT sell after the cut-off.  You will be made aware of the cut-off.

KidRock and Parmalee concert and Brickyard 400

Required before the event:

Uniform:

What To and Not To Bring Event Day:

  1. Have fun with the job.  Yes, fun and job in the same sentence?
  2. No alcohol or illegal drugs are to be consumed at or brought to any job.
  3. If you are terminated for theft or breach of any law you will be reported to local authorities.
  4. All shortages will be removed from your commission or your flat rate. 
  5. Absolutely no smoking once inside or in view of any and all stadiums/arenas you will work.
  6. You will need to follow all policies/laws when in EMS provided transportation or lodging. 
  7. Proper uniform needs to be worn at all times. Correct color and style of pant, closed toe shoe, shirt tucked in. 
  8. No selling of any product on the concourse in front of Concession Stands (unless told to do so)
  9. Never leave your tub unattended and never ever drag your tub on the ground.
  10. If vending, verify product count with room staff prior to leaving vending location.
  11. Must have a button, price sticker or menu identifying price to customers.
  12. Report spillage of ice or product to supervisor or usher immediately.
  13. Act professional and courteous to each person you come into contact with. Respect yourself and everyone.
  14. Be honest at all times.  If you are not, it will catch up with you.
  15. Bring State ID with you to each event.
  16. Never bring food or beverage into the restrooms. After using restroom wash and dry your hands.
  17. Cell phone use is prohibited while working. 

You are required to provide clean BLACK pants or shorts. Shorts have to be knee length and have to be slacks material. You will be turned away if your shorts are to short. The venue is very strict. NO Jeans, NO wind pants.  You will need to wear comfortable closed toe shoes such as tennis shoes or a work shoe. Please make sure you are clean and odor free before work as you will be working very hard. Please make sure you are properly groomed.  

Worker Parking: (see map)

We need people to carry a tub of beverages throughout the venue selling to the fans as they enjoy the event. At our events, walking vendors sell products such as Beer and Water. This is a great opportunity to make money while being a part of an awesome environment. If you are hard working, self motivated and have a great personality than this is the perfect job for you. You must be able to lift 20 pounds and walk continuously for a minimum of 3-4 hours. You will make your commission in a paycheck which will be mailed to you after the event. You will make cash tips which you will keep daily.  

Alcohol Policies:

Commission Rate is 10%.  You will receive your commission in a paycheck. You will leave each day with your cash TIPS.

General Policies:

Expect long traffic delays so come early!!!!


Day                                                                       Vendor Report Time   

Saturday *CONCERT ONLY - NOT RACE          3:00pm
Sunday *RACE                                                     8:00am