Monday, July 11, 2011

Get inked, support local radio

Posted By on Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 4:34 PM

Shoog-inspired flash by Caleb Pritchett.
  • Shoog-inspired flash by Caleb Pritchett.

Silent auctions and raffles and bake sales and benefit concerts and the like are fine and all. But how about this for a fundraising concept: get a tattoo from the flash sheet at Electric Heart Tattoos in Hillcrest any time between today and Aug. 13, and 50 percent of the cost of the tattoo will go to Shoog Radio, the KABF show hosted by Cheyenne Matthews that showcases local music.

Is there a better way to show your support for a worthy than by permanently marking your flesh? Perhaps, but it probably won't be this fun.

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