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Atomic Tattoos Announces "Tats for Tatas" October Fundraising Event to Benefit Local Breast Cancer Research
Date:10/16/2009

Tampa Bay based Atomic Tattoos has announced the launch of their "Tats for Tatas" fundraising campaign that will take place throughout October, benefitting The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. In the company's concerted efforts to raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Awareness, Atomic is offering several specials throughout the month. In addition, the company will be donating 10% of all proceeds from sales throughout the month of October to directly benefit the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. The goal of this organization is to establish a state-wide initiative to end breast cancer through advocacy, education and research.

(PRWEB) October 16, 2009 -- Tampa Bay based Atomic Tattoos has announced the launch of their "Tats for Tatas" fundraising campaign that will take place throughout October, benefitting The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.    In the company's concerted efforts to raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Awareness, Atomic is offering several specials throughout the month. In addition, the company will be donating 10% of all proceeds from sales throughout the month of October to directly benefit the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. The goal of this organization is to establish a state-wide initiative to end breast cancer through advocacy, education and research.

Each of Atomic's Studios in Tampa, Milwaukee, and Orlando will be offering limited edition Pink Ribbon Tattoos for just $50, as well as $15 Pink Body Jewelry. During the entire month of October, all tattoos priced at $100 or more will be discounted by $50, and everyone who participates will receive a $25 gift certificate for a future tattoo or body piercing at Atomic Tattoos.

"Supporting Breast Cancer research is very important to me and everyone at Atomic Tattoos," states Atomic Tattoos CEO and Chairman, Steve Cannon. "We all know someone who has been affected by this very prevalent, deadly disease, and we want to do as much as we can to raise awareness and funds for the local Florida Breast Cancer Foundation."

In just the first few days that Atomic has offered these specials, hundreds of people have already taken advantage of receiving Pink Ribbon tattoos, in the effort to support Breast Cancer Research. Many of these people are doing so in an effort to pay tribute to Breast Cancer survivors, as well as families and friends of survivors.

"Our hopes are that Atomic's Tats for Tatas will raise significant funds to help local Breast Cancer research," comments Cannon. "We plan on making this an annual campaign until a cure is found for breast cancer."

Atomic Tattoos is the largest and fastest growing tattoo inspired experiential retail brand in the country, Atomic Tattoos was recently selected as one of Inc. Magazine's 5,000 Fastest Growing Companies. Atomic Tattoos has thirteen locations throughout Tampa Bay, Orlando and Milwaukee. For more information about each of the specials offers in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, please visit the company's website at www.atomictattoos.com.

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