Prick Magazine October 2010 : Page 39

Industry News Ink 4 Pink Knockouts for Knockers words by j.j.Diablo photos by Ed Selby and Robin Gatti Cook mately, publications and businesses within the tattoo and art community.They aim to help give great talents with big hearts the exposure they deserve while raising funding and advocacy for breast cancer research, quality of treatment, and disease prevention. As October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, Ink 4 F Pink has teamed up with non-profit aid Social 360 to hold its first annual fundraising event, "Knockouts for Knockers" is set for October 14 at the land-mark Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta Village.All desig-nated event proceeds will benefit Atlanta’s Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day walk on October 22 to 24. This incredible evening of giving will feature an exclusive performance by Atlanta dar-ling The Whiskey Gentry as well as an appearance by local pinup group Gang Awesome.All the festivities will be helped along by Oh Snap! Kid and Rock Fist’s leading lady Kris Melton. Supported by the Atlanta tattoo community, Ink 4 Pink will raise money with a modest door cover of five dollars, cus-tom shooters, and by raffling off gift certificates from every tat-too collector's wish list, including Ink & Dagger Tattoo Parlour, Liberty Tattoo, Memorial Tattoo (Cabbagetown), 13 Roses Tattoo Parlour,All or Nothing, Forever Yours, Psycho Tat2 (Sandy Springs), Only You Tattoo, and Olde School Tattoo of Marietta. Salon Modello has pitched in haircut and style gift certifi-cates for breast cancer survivors and Atlanta's top Mixed Martial Arts gym, Unit 2 Fitness, has donated an entire month of MMA training to one lucky raffle winner. Let the knockouts begin! Save first base: come out and support! For more info, visit www.ink4pink.org. ounded in June 2010, Ink 4 Pink is a young non-profit organization aimed to create mutually benefi-cial relationships with tattoo artists, shops, and, ulti-Check out www.PRICKMAG.NET for more great Eye candy and awesomeness! WWW.PRICKMAG.NET PRICK MAGAZINE 39

Ink 4 Pink

J.J.Diablo

Founded in June 2010, Ink 4 Pink is a young nonprofit organization aimed to create mutually beneficial relationships with tattoo artists, shops, and, ultimately, publications and businesses within the tattoo and art community.They aim to help give great talents with big hearts the exposure they deserve while raising funding and advocacy for breast cancer research, quality of treatment, and disease prevention.<br /> <br /> As October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, Ink 4 Pink has teamed up with non-profit aid Social 360 to hold its first annual fundraising event, "Knockouts for Knockers" is set for October 14 at the landmark Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta Village. All designated event proceeds will benefit Atlanta’s Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day walk on October 22 to 24.<br /> <br /> This incredible evening of giving will feature an exclusive performance by Atlanta darling The Whiskey Gentry as well as an appearance by local pinup group Gang Awesome. All the festivities will be helped along by Oh Snap! Kid and Rock Fist’s leading lady Kris Melton.<br /> <br /> Supported by the Atlanta tattoo community, Ink 4 Pink will raise money with a modest door cover of five dollars, custom shooters, and by raffling off gift certificates from every tattoo collector's wish list, including Ink & Dagger Tattoo Parlour, Liberty Tattoo, Memorial Tattoo (Cabbagetown), 13 Roses Tattoo Parlour, All or Nothing, Forever Yours, Psycho Tat2 (Sandy Springs), Only You Tattoo, and Olde School Tattoo of Marietta.<br /> <br /> Salon Modello has pitched in haircut and style gift certificates for breast cancer survivors and Atlanta's top Mixed Martial Arts gym, Unit 2 Fitness, has donated an entire month of MMA training to one lucky raffle winner. Let the knockouts begin!<br /> <br /> Save first base: come out and support!<br /> <br /> For more info, visit www.ink4pink.org.<br /> <br />

Ink 4 Pink

 
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