Free Tattoo Charity Day At Iron Brush

Sunday January 22, 2012 Time: 1pm-7pm
Iron Brush Tattoo is having a free tattoo/customer appreciation day for charity.
We will be doing free tattoos with a mandatory $20 donation per tattoo which goes directly to Community Action.

Free Tattoo Day Rules:
1. You must have already been tattooed by Iron Brush Tattoo or Dave Robinson.
2. It is a free tattoo with mandatory donation of $20 per tattoo.
3. We will do tattoos on a first come first serve basis, you must sign up in person only on that day and be here when you name is called.
4. We tattoo designs off the posters we made only. Designs cannot be changed other than colors. Most the tattoos are normally $70-140. There is a ton of really cool designs on there.
5. We will be tattooing : arms, legs, shoulders, etc.. We are not tattooing any: necks, ribs/sides, or stomachs/hip areas.

We will fill up fast, so come early! If we don’t have time to tattoo you, you can still donate and be part of the cause.
If you not been tattooed by us they can still stop down and donate.

I uploaded a picture from one of the posters, they are huge and we have several made with hundreds of designs! If you want to see more designs ahead of time stop in we will be working on them at the shop.

Also Matt is donating his piercing services as well.
You can get a free piercing with $20 donation, jewelry is extra.
All piercing are available that day except for industrials, genitals, surface piercings, and anchors.

Read More About Community Action:
www.communityactionatwork.org
When people come to us, we can offer them most anything they need to get back on their feet. People come to our Gathering Place for a hot meal during the week; they come to us evicted and looking for help with a deposit; they come to us homeless and with no place for their kids to sleep; they come to us needing help with their taxes or to learn how to budget their money; the come to us needing help finding employment; and they enroll their kids in our child development programs to make sure they are ready for school when they’re old enough. Our goal is to empower people to learn how to take better care of themselves and their families, and to use the strengths and tools they already have to make this happen.