Jurassic Ink Tattoo Parlour is among one of the buildings which received this years Drumheller storefront grants.

Within the last three years, the Town of Drumheller has awarded many businesses in the valley with a storefront grant.

storefrontNick Sereda (Left) joined by town officials for this years storefront grant presentation.This storefront grant, in its third year, was awarded to these businesses: Jurassic Ink Tattoo Parlour, S and J fashions, Country Acres: Bits and Baubles, the current Thrift store building, 175 - 3 Ave west, and the Drumheller Learning Centre.

Jurassic Ink building owner, Nick Sereda, was thrilled to have received the grant from the Town.

"(It's a) matching grant of $2,500," Sereda said. "We're going to redo the outside of the Tattoo Shop and make it a little more presentable."

"It's great, it helps out a lot."

Sereda is pitching in $2,500 and so too will the Town of Drumheller.  He said that he has an idea of what the new look will be for the building's storefront, but for now he's happy that it was awarded to him.

All the grants awarded were of equal amounts of $2500, excluding the Drumheller Learning center. 

"It's a little bit of work to get quotes together to go to the town with a plan," he concluded. "It'll just be eye catching and help beautify the town."

 

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