Horrible news none the less, but to happen on Christmas, during a pandemic where many of these local businesses have already been strained so much hits a little closer to home and the heart.
One of the staples in this area directly affected by the explosion is Pride and Glory Tattoo. Positioned almost directly across the street from the blast, Pride and Glory Tattoo experienced an almost direct hit. Since 2014 Peter Gibson (owner) and his artists have serviced the Nashville locals and tourists alike with exceptional art and memories.
The immediate problem that the explosion caused, is that it took away from Peter a place to earn a living and support his family, Rachel (fiance) and new son Beau.
The ask is that we can work together and help them get through these uncertain times, giving any amount that you financially can.
Let's come together, surround them with love, and show them why the Nashville and Tattoo communities are so great.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
- Erica Billings
- Aspen Slagg
- Dylan McCoy
- Robin Gee
- Amanda Brammer
Organizer and beneficiary
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