Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company opens at Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
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- September
2021
Posted By : Marc
Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company opens at Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Orlando, FL. September 14, 2021 – Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company has officially opened inside The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. The move comes as their ten-year lease expired at the Paradise property otherwise known as the Hard Rock Hotel.



In addition to the new convenient location on the Las Vegas Strip, the shop boasts a fresh new look and feel. The 1080 sq ft. space offers a consultation bar, 4 tattoo stations, including one that mimics Carey Hart’s personal workshop, and a retail area near the storefront where customers can find the latest Hart & Huntington apparel and accessories along with other select brands.

Hart & Huntington opened the world’s first casino tattoo parlor in Las Vegas in 2004 which was the site of A&E’s top-rated tattoo reality series “Inked” which chronicled the shops talented tattoo artists as they encountered the ups and downs of running a highly successful business on the Las Vegas Strip.

Founded by motocross legend Carey Hart, Hart & Huntington Tattoo is not your typical tattoo shop. Created out of a desire to provide a tattooing experience that lives up to consumer’s expectations, Hart & Huntington Tattoo offers a clean, safe environment that operates with the highest health and safety standards and is staffed with the best in the business. With five high profile locations under its belt and Hart’s name on the door, the concept has become a top destination attraction in Las Vegas, Orlando, Nashville, Niagara Falls in Canada and Noosa Heads in Queensland Australia.

The Orlando-based company plans to open more corporate locations and has also developed a licensed opportunity for qualified partners to share in the growth of this compelling tattoo & retail experience.

“We have refined our business system to make sure we are expanding with a retail model that is adjustable for specific markets and conditions,” said Hart & Huntington co-owner Chris Turck. “Some locations may require more tattoo stations where others need a larger merchandise footprint. Finding the right balance between the two revenue channels is key for us. Clearly there is still a great demand for tattoos. Vacation spots like Vegas, Orlando, Nashville, Noosa and Niagara are host to millions of people looking to get some body art as a sort of lifelong souvenir of their visit. I’m excited to share our incredible brand through the opening of more shops.”

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