Bikes, tatts on show to benefit kindy

By NATALIE PEUTnataliep@gladstoneobserver.dyndns.org

BUSHY Goldman has turned his love of tattoos into Gladstone's first bike and tattoo show.

Bushy, a member of the Outlaws motorcycle club, is encouraging families and the general public to support the club's Bike and Tattoo Show on Saturday.

The club, which is dedicated to giving back to the community, is looking forward to the family event with plenty of children's entertainment, live bands, as well as drinks and food will be on sale.

Bushy said the proceeds raised would go directly to the Tannum Sands Kindergarten.

'We have Apex selling food and a variety of kids' amusements,' he said.

For the more lively crowd, two local bands will be performing live.

'We have two great local bands performing throughout the day,' he said.

Those with a bike and tattoos were encouraged to join the event at the Outlaws shed, 6 Enterprise Street, Tannum Sands to win trophies.

Bushy said there would be judging on the general publics' tattoos and bikes.

'People are encouraged to nominate their tattoos and bikes for the competitions which will be judged throughout the day,' he said.

'Nominations close at 2pm, and winners will be announced later in the day.'



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