Chenango County Girls Setup Temporary Tattoo Stand For Breast Cancer
Brett and Alicia Lein have three daughters. Brett is a tattoo artist, and every October he does pink ribbon tattoos to raise money for a phenomenal cause that helps women fighting breast cancer. With the nice weather upon us, Brett and Alicia's girls decided they wanted to follow in Daddy's footsteps. They are selling their own tattoos at a booth for $1 and the same great cause.
The organization Brett and his family contribute to every year is with Chenango Health Network and according to Alicia Lein's Facebook page, the program helps women battling medical costs associated with the fight of breast and GYN cancer.
We spent the last week working on this with them and we couldn't be more proud. On June 24th they will be doing temporary tattoos outside of the shop (Rosebuds in Norwich. Located at 6142 State Highway 12) from 10am-7pm. We will have temporary pink ribbon tattoos, princess tattoos, superhero tattoos, and many more. All temporary tattoos will be [$1].
If you are traveling in that area, or live close by, have some fun and go get a temporary tattoo from these caring young ladies. What an incredible family.