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Hey, We're 5050 Ink And we just opened up in Princeton just outside of Dallas and decided we wanted to be more out in the open with the community of tattoo artists and enthusiasts. Our Artists are Josh Koshiol who is also the shop owner and creator, Jonathan Woolsey who is our only other artist we trust to put out solid work from our shop and Our Piercer (Me) is Dean Woodman, Ill be the one posting and responding and overall controlling our account. Feel Free to Check us out anytime or ask us some questions as we'll be an avid user of LST!

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Welcome! Post links to the shop's website and Instagram!

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https://www.facebook.com/pages/5050ink/454222998021155

facebook and website, we are only posting work we have done in the shop so far so its mostly small walk in type stuff and until we get to do our larger scale tattoos on clients, we are holding off on our instagram

Thank you for the welcome!

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Ya it's pretty interesting actually and kind of fun, basically exactly what it sounds like. $20 raffle tickets are on sale for a month and at the end of the month (today) we draw to see who wins $200 worth of tattoo work or $200 off a larger scale piece

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