Who likes tattoos? Now who likes tattoos at half-price while helping victims of horrific natural disasters?
Local tattoo shop A Hard Day’s Night is offering tattoos at half-price on Saturday April 16 with all of the proceeds going to victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami last month.
Shop owner Krystin Liane Bennett and shop tattooist Trevor “Rove” Jameus came up with the idea after witnessing the devastation on the news.
“I was in complete shock and my heart really goes out to everyone affected,” Bennett says. “I think it’s our duty as fellow human beings to help out in a time of crisis.”
Bennett says there will be two tattooists available from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. and they will be tattooing as many people as they can to raise money for victims of the natural disasters.
There is a two-hour maximum and people can book for as short as a half hour.
“We are also collecting donations. People who want to get inked can get it half-off and donate for a good cause,” she adds.
The shop is located at 1304 4th St. S.W. and they are accepting drop-ins or appointments at 403-453-0260.