Free tattoo on offer as part of tattoo shop’s first birthday celebrations

PUBLISHED: 11:30 12 March 2015 | UPDATED: 15:21 18 March 2015

Tattooist Jason Everett-Brown is offering a session for two people worth £250. Ref mhh 1097-47-14SH Picture: Simon Horn

Tattooist Jason Everett-Brown is offering a session for two people worth £250. Ref mhh 1097-47-14SH Picture: Simon Horn

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Jason Everett-Brown, owner of Jodypig’s Tattoo Artistry, will be celebrating the company’s first anniversary on Wednesday, April 1.

A Feniton tattooist who is celebrating his business’s first birthday is looking to give a free tattoo to someone who also shares the same birthday.

Jason Everett-Brown, owner of Jodypig’s Tattoo Artistry, will be celebrating the company’s first anniversary on Wednesday, April 1.

Jason, who runs his shop from his home in Warwick Close, Feniton, said: “I have been racking my brains on what to do for the anniversary – I would like to tattoo somebody who shares the same great day as Jodypig’s. All you have to do is think of something cool that you want and I will do the rest for free.

“The tattoo will be done on the same day and I will be picking the winner based on the fact that it’s my day of celebrations as well.

“I want to tattoo someone with something cool and interesting - and it will be a birthday present for them.”

It has been a knockout year for Jason, who has already built up a strong clientele and a reputation in Feniton.

“I could not have wished for a better first year,” he added. “It’s doing really well and I’m pleased that I am offering something different in the tattoo market. I am considering making this an annual tradition.”

Jason has assured people that despite the birthday falling on April Fools Day, the offer is very much a serious one.

To nominate yourself or someone for a free tattoo, call Jason on 07564 553096.

For more information about Jodypig’s, check out the shop’s Facebook page.


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