Phone Number(▒▒▒) ▒▒▒- ▒▒ 61
Offline IDDriver License
- Franklin College
- Freelance editor and writer
- English, Español
- Chad's Airbnb Symbol
I've been an AirBnB Super Host for more than a year now, and I take great pride in ensuring that I offer my guests a relaxing, stress-free, and memorable stay in my home.
I'm a self-employed editor during the day and a high school and college volleyball ref by night. I also dabble in bartending, working at a local historic reception venue a couple times a month.
I am down-to-earth, sincere, genuine, loyal, and respectful. Life is so short and delicate, so live today like it's your last day.
Please read my entire profile before you send a reservation request.
I love to travel and have had the fortune to visit many interesting places in the world, including Australia, New Zealand, England, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada, as well as 40 of the 50 US states (with plans on visiting a couple new ones in the next year). My favorite countries include New Zealand, Australia, Argentina, Spain, Greece, and Brazil.
As an AirBnB host, I love welcoming people into my home. Since joining AirBnB four years ago, I have met and hosted people from all over the world—New Zealand, India, Canada, Singapore, Taiwan, England, Saudi Arabia, France, Vietnam, Australia, Brazil, and so many places within the United States. I take hosting someone very seriously. I want you to feel comfortable in my home and city—in other words, my community.
If you're road weary and need a place for one night or you're coming into town for a conference or vacation and want to get away from the hubbub of downtown, I can help.
No matter whether you're an AirBnB newbie or an AirBnB pro, and you're sending a reservation request, please take a few moments and complete your AirBNB profile with a picture and some security verifications.
I'm LGBT- and straight-friendly as well as open to meeting all types of people. Mi casa es tu casa.
Just an FYI: My home is in a city. Indianapolis is a city of socioeconomic pockets. If you do take the city bus, you will go through some neighborhoods with a lower socioeconomic level on your way downtown. I wanted to give you a heads-up before you reserved, if you're not used to city living.