Designated Brand Tattoos Inked To Support Veterans

Border-City-ink, Designated Brand Tattoos

Designated Brand Tattoos Inked To Support Veterans “Here At Home” For the Holidays Program

In appreciation of our Veterans “of all stripes” for their duty and service to Canada, local Veteran, Troy Windibank, CD (who served with Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Canadian Air Force) and a recipient of the Sovereign’s Medal has committed to “advance the cause” by donating 100% of the proceeds from the sales of his designated tattoos he “inks” from now until the end of November 2020.

“I have successfully developed a number of fundraising initiatives in the past in honour of our fallen through my ‘art for our Veterans’ brand,” says Windibank. “My designated tattoo campaign is another way for me (and our community) to get involved in supporting our Veterans here at home — some who may be without their families at Christmas, especially as the Coronavirus is inflicting social restrictions.”

Windibank is a certified tattoo artist with Border City Ink, 870 Wyandotte Street East in Windsor. His “signature-designed” tattoo invasive procedure is available to the public as well as our Veterans. 

Windsor’s Adopt-A-Vet is the registered nonprofit corporation that will benefit from Windibank’s month-long fundraising drive.

According to Windibank, “My donation cheque presentation to Adopt-A-Vet will take place at the end of November at Border City Ink.”

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