Made in America Tattoo Company Has Halloween Trick Up its Sleeve | Halloween Candy Alternatives | Customized Temporary Tattoos | Business News Daily
While costumed kids still are sure to be bombarded with the holiday’s traditional candy, Tattoo Manufacturing and its parent company TM International have unveiled more than 100 new Halloween-inspired tattoos in hopes of positioning their product as an alternative to candy this Halloween.
With a collection including devils, ghosts, pirates, pumpkins, skulls, spiders, witches and vampires – some of which glow in the dark – Damon Safranek, director of corporate strategy and analysis for TM International, said the company also has seen a notable uptick in the number of people adding them as the finishing touches to their costumes.
“We see a lot of traffic for both treats for children and Halloween costumes,” Safranek told BusinessNewsDaily.
Halloween sales are just a small part of what has helped turn a one-person operation into the world’s largest temporary tattoo manufacturer, printing more than 6 million tattoos each day.
Strange Random Tattoo Quote:
Show me a man with a tattoo and I’ll show you a man with an interesting past. – Jack London
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If you think your national sport is taken far too seriously (and you may be right), it’s probably because the first ever ballgame was, quite literally, a matter of survival for both the players and their supporters.
The Mesoamerican ballgame began almost 3,500 years ago as what we might see today as a combination of football, Gaelic and Australian Rules football – you might have seen it played in the film Road to El Dorado.
This excellent and informative site documents the geographical and historical background, as well as giving you the chance to experience the game through a video or by playing online, answering questions to score points.
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