A tattoo parlor owner is offering to give away free tattoo ink and other products in exchange for customers’ positive experiences on social media.
The “Tattoo Week” event at the WCTV studios is expected to run until December 13.
“We really wanted to get this out there so we can encourage people to get tattoos and to share with others what they have seen in the media,” said Jason Williams, owner of the Wctv tattoo shop in Bexley, NSW.
He said there was a “significant” need for people to show their tattoos.
“I think it’s good for us to get our community involved,” Mr Williams said.
“If you are going to get an tattoo and it’s not the most flattering, maybe it’s best to go the tattoo parllour.”
But if it’s the most memorable tattoo and you want to share it with your friends, it’s probably best to visit the tattoo shop.
“Mr Williams said he was inspired to host the event after seeing a tattoo in a newspaper.”
It was so cute and so cool that it’s getting out there,” he said.
Tattoos have been a big topic of conversation since a man who died at a Sydney tattoo parlandry was found hanged in his car in October.”
Mr Williams’ business, Wctve Tattoo, is run by his brother-in-law, who is also the owner of a tattoo studio in Brixham.”
We’re just trying to help people in our community who have tattoos.”
Mr Williams’ business, Wctve Tattoo, is run by his brother-in-law, who is also the owner of a tattoo studio in Brixham.
Mr Williams says his business is also in a good spot because he has the support of his family, who has helped him out financially.
“The family is there, they have supported me and I’ve had to work with them a bit more, and I’m grateful for that,” Mr Wilson said.
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