An Unexpected Shop is Opening Soon in Square One in Mississauga
You probably frequent Square One for a lot of things, and most certainly shopping and dining. But something else unique is coming to the shopping centre. And soon.
If you’re a fan of tattoos, the meticulous details of intricate designs, and any other accessories and paraphernalia such as piercings, then one of the biggest distributors of the aforementioned may be answering your prayers.
Chronic Ink has just announced that it has plans to expand to Mississauga.
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Mississauga, we heard you! Brampton, we heard you! Oakville, we heard you! Hamilton, we heard you! - Ironically enough our first studio was in a mall (and admittedly PMall wasn’t the best) but now we’re back, and ready to redefine the mall experience. We can’t wait to share this with all of you. With our friends @pierced next door, starting this Spring, we will be in @shopsquareone . Tag a west end friend. More details coming soon family - #inkaddict #customtattoo #tattoo #tattoos #art #squareone #brampton #mississauga #torontoinknews #radtattoos #art_motive #art_empire #art_spotlight #blackwork #smalltattoos #floral #flowertattoos
The tattoo parlour, which started out from humble beginnings in Markham’s Pacific Mall in 2008, expanded to their breakthrough Toronto store in 2010, and later launched their “Pierced” store in Newmarket.
The latter includes services such as body jewelries of all sorts, such as ear rings, while having a dedicated team of specialists running the operations.
Chronic Ink plans to launch another Pierced store in Mississauga’s Square One shopping centre sometime in the spring.
Are you excited about this all-in-one tattoo parlour’s expansion?
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