• Tattoo artist opens a community food pantry in his shop

    By: Amber Hughes

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    Sapulpa, Okla. - Brandon Mull, owner of Water Street Tattos, has been a tattoo artist for nearly 25 years.

    In October he started a community food pantry in the back of his shop.

    Although folks are surprised to enter a tattoo shop, he has nonperishable goods for those in need.

    Thanks to Facebook, the pantry has grown from a tiny shelf to one that can hold over 4000 pounds of donated food. To donate or pick up a few items Water Street is located on 10 S. Water Street in Sapulpa
     

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