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New Tattoo Club Members: Brynn and Kit!



Brynn, Two Dollar Radio Tattoo Club Member

It's pretty cool that the Tattoo Club is becoming a thing that folks do together. First, there was Bryan and Cassandra in Arkansas, who with three buddies got Two Dollar Radio tattoos. Now, Brynn and Kit from the far north: Toledo, Ohio!

Brynn and Kit got their ink done by Gen at Infinite Art. As Two Dollar Radio Tattoo Club Members, they'll each receive 10 copies of any Two Dollar Radio titles.

Kit, Two Dollar Radio Tattoo Club Member

According to Brynn (in the Two Dollar Radio shirt), "I got this because I am a voracious reader and I also love tattoos. What better way to combine them than by getting a cute tattoo of an awesome, independent publisher? Plus free books ftw!"

Kit said, "I got this tattoo because I love tattoos as well and because I wanted to help support my girlfriend's obsession with owning as many books as humanly possible (and maybe a few more on top of that)."

Welcome to Brynn and Kit!

[Shout out to the dude in the chair behind Kit, laughing.]

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 11 July, 2016 Tattoo Club, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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