Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-04-17 20:59:44 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) —Tattoo parlors are making a comeback after being destroyed by a Christmas bombing.
Pride & Glory Tattoo Parlor It was one of more than 40 companies unfortunate enough to be directly involved in the RV explosion that rocked Second Avenue. The explosion destroyed the business.
On Saturday, the community is 510 Rep. We gathered at a new location in John LewisWay S.’s tattoo parlor to celebrate its reopening.
“I saw the image of Second Avenue destroyed and it wasn’t real. It was very difficult to incorporate and it’s still the case,” said owner Pete Gibson. My mind. “
Gibson says it wouldn’t have been possible to resume without many people asking for help after the bombing. He says it is that solidarity that makes us strong in Nashville.
Pride & Glory will be officially open to the public on Thursday, April 22nd.
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