American Chopper’s Paul Sr. Now in the Tattoo Business
You can now add tattoos to the Orange County Choppers business empire.
This week Paul Teutul Sr. announced the launch of a product that he believes will "revolutionize" the tattoo industry.
Teutul, of course, is famous for launching Orange County Choppers. The Newburgh business was the subject of the internationally popular American Chopper reality series, which recently was rebooted by the network after being off the air for many years.
Besides running a custom motorcycle business, Teutul has dabbled in other ventures throughout the years. Recently he announced that the Orange County Choppers headquarters would be transformed into an arcade and go-kart track. Well, now it looks like Senior is also branching out into tattoo technology.
In a press release on Wednesday, Teutul announced the launch of his new consumer product called Tattseal. According to the release, Tattseal "is a patented natural product that combines bioceuticals designed to reduce pain and inflammation associated with the tattooing process."
The product claims to reduce the number of days needed to heal after getting tattooed. Tattseal says that tattoos usually requiring two or three sessions can be completed in just one by using the product.
Teutul, who sports his own share of tattoos, will be celebrating the launch of the product by giving away a $100,000 custom bike in a national tattoo contest.
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