Club Tattoo will be offering $50 small Las Vegas-themed tattoos from Thursday, Oct. 5, until Monday, Oct. 9 at all of their six locations across Arizona and Las Vegas.
All proceeds from the tattoos will be donated to the Las Vegas Victims' Fund.
The GoFundMe account, set up by Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak, will provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the tragic Las Vegas mass shooting, including funeral costs and long-term medical care.
"It’s always important to give back, no matter the circumstance,” said Sean Dowdell, Las Vegas resident and owner of Club Tattoo. “The recent events hit us hard at home between our staff and clients, and we want to make sure that we recognize that these events affect everyone differently. This is our way of coming together in a positive way to help others."
Club Tattoo will accept walk-ins or appointments. The offer is valid at all four Arizona locations in Tempe, Mesa and Scottsdale, as well as the Las Vegas studios inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and The LINQ Hotel & Casino.
Some small, Las Vegas-themed tattoo examples can be found on Club Tattoos Instagram page or on any of Club Tattoo’s social media channels.
There are also a few other local tattoo parlors offering deals in support of the victims.
Stedfast Tattoo will be offering Las Vegas-themed tattoos priced at $25, $50, $75 and $100 from noon to midnight on Oct. 6. Vegas Val’s Tats on South Rainbow Boulevard will be raising funds for Las Vegas victims by offering Las Vegas tattoos for $50 and $77.
Studio 21 is also doing Las Vegas-themed tattoos for $50 through Sunday.
Both parlors will also donate 100 percent of the proceeds to the victims of the mass shooting.
Red Rock’N Tattoos & Apparel LLC, along with its artists, will be hosting a fundraiser for the victims and families of the Las Vegas Shooting. Red Rock’N Tattoos & Apparel will be offering $40 and $60 tattoos created to memorialize and remember the individuals who lost their lives and were injured during this tragic event.
The memorial tattoos will be offered from now until Oct. 19 and presented to the victim fund on Oct. 20 during the Las Vegas Tragedy Benefit Rock Show.
On Oct. 8, from noon to 6 p.m., 100 percent of all proceeds will be donated. Now until Oct. 19, 100 percent of all profits will be donated.