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Announcing the HAND OF GLORY TATTOO and THE END IS NEAR Friday the 13th, 2012 Double Shop Tattoo Extravaganza!

Friday the 13th, 2012, is almost here…

Hand of Glory Tattoo and The End Is Near Gallery, Park Slope, Brooklyn’s premiere tattoo studios and long time neighborhood residents, will once again be hosting a Friday the 13th tattoo event this January 13th.  Following up 2011’s wildly successful event in which over 300 tattoos were completed, we are expecting an even bigger crowd this year. Our F13 staff of eight tattoo artists are preparing to deliver another 300 plus, from 10am until every person who walks through the door is tattooed. Additionally, every Friday the 13th client will be given a collectible wooden nickel that entitles them to specials at these terrific neighborhood establishments: Cafe Steinhof, Commonwealth Bar, Couleur Cafe, Toby’s, Bar 4 and De Luxe Cafe.

handofglorytattoo@gmail.com

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