Dec 1, 2008
Three of the kits are to be used under situations in which a child might get lost. One is generic and the others are for a boy and a girl. In these cases, the parent or caregiver who applies the tattoo can fill in the number of someone to call if the child is lost.
Another kit is for children with autism. It identifies the wearer as autistic, and also has a space for writing the number of a person to contact if the child is lost. There is also a kit for people with Alzheimer's.
There's a, "No Nuts," that warns of someone who is allergic to nuts. There is also a field trip kit for children on a field trip. It can have the name of the school written on it, as well as the identity of who to call, along with a phone contact number.
Each tattoo in a kit lasts for three to five days. All are FDA approved, non toxic and made in the U.S. The minimum order is $150 and can include an assortment of different kits, according to the retailer's choice. The wholesale cost is $5, and declines on large volume orders. The suggested retail price is $9.99. A countertop displayer that holds 20 kits is available for $25.
For more information, contact:
Tattoos With A Purpose
P.O. Box 548
Royal Oak, MI 48068
Toll Free: 800-357-1521
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