“The continued after care that we give is not just about people paying money. It is also about doing a good job, with the proper equipment with the right training.
We deal with a lot of people every day and we are not just pierces and tattooists – we have got to be a brother, father, a social worker and a friend, because some people just want to talk.
When people come to see us they are vulnerable and when they sit on the couch, there tends to be a lot of nervous chatter.
There are some really good people out there, but there is also some ares-holes.
Our business rocks, we are nice guys and not greedy.”