NASCAR Driver Raises Money with Free Tattoos

by on Nov.16, 2011, under Movies & TV & Video

by Tattoosue on November 16, 2011

Here’s a story about how people are using the popularity of tattoos to raise money for a good cause. Last weekend NASCAR fans were able to receive free tattoos of a limited set of designs affiliated with NASCAR championship contender Matt Kenseth.  With no preplanning, seventeen people stepped up to get some ink.  The money was raised for Air Force Enlisted Village charity which helps out the surviving spouses of retired Air Force personnel.

The project was worked out between Matt Kenseth and Jeremiah Weed who donated $100 for every tattoo inked but he was so impressed with the turnout, he ended up donating a total of $5,000.  A great success.  How can you go wrong with free tattoos?  

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