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Body Artist offers tattoos for Christmas toys

LEESBURG, GA (WALB) -

For the fifth year in a row, an Albany area tattoo artist is offering free tattoos for Christmas toys and food donations.

This week it's "Tats for Toys" time again at Trademark Body Art shops in Lee County and Albany.

Through Saturday at 6 p-m, If you bring in 15 food items and at least a $15 toy for Toys for Tots, Trademark will give you a two by two tattoo worth about $50.

Double the donation and you get a four by four tattoo. 

Owner Jason Robarts said "I've been grateful enough to have repeat clientele to keep me busy, keep the lights on. So this is my part for the ones who don't have that. The clientele that I do have who come in and contribute to this. Some will just bring in and drop it in the box, just for the sheer fact of what we're doing."

Tats For Toys is going on now at Trademark Body Art on Highway 19 in Lee County and Radium Springs Road in east Albany.

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