BYLINE: By ANNE M. GILBERT The New Jersey governor’s campaign is giving its own tattoo contest a serious look, announcing a series of major announcements today that will include a new name for the event.
The new tattoo contest will be named the “New York City Tribute to Joe Biden” to honor the former president’s life in New York, said Matt O’Connell, a spokesman for the campaign.
The campaign will hold a news conference in New Jersey today to unveil the name of the contest.
The event will be held on the steps of the New York Stock Exchange at the new Lincoln Center, which is slated to open next month.
The New World Tattoo Parlor will host the event from April 22-27.
The Biden Tattoo will be sponsored by New York-based Triton Tattoos, which has a tattoo-shop in the heart of Manhattan.
It will offer free tattooing to anyone who pays for it.
The contest will also feature a selection of local artists.
One of the artists is the daughter of former New York Governor Michael Bloomberg, who was known for his work with the homeless.
The artist, Sarah Cawley, will be featured at the event with a new tattoo on her arm.
Other participants will include former Governor Mike Huckabee, former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, former Maryland Governor Don Shumlin, former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey, and the former U,S.
ambassador to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Matthew Miller.
The other two participating tattoo artists are New Jersey-based Tattoo Bar and Tattoo, which both opened this past year.
The New York state governor has a long and storied tattoo history in the city, having received the state’s first tattoo and having received two honorary state medals from Governor Andrew Cuomo.
He has since become a celebrity for his tattoo-covered tattoos.
Biden also got a New York tattoo for his wife, Jill Biden, during their wedding in January.
The tattoo is on his right arm, but it was not immediately clear whether Biden would have to remove it for the competition.
He was a regular at the ceremony, and his wife gave a thumbs up when he saw the tattoo.
The tattoo contest is a joint venture between Biden’s office and the New Jersey Department of Transportation, and was announced as part of a push to get people to take part in the statewide pilot program to provide free tattoos for those who don’t qualify for a state-issued driver’s license or identification card.
“Tattoos are not a luxury,” said Sarah Crowley, one of the participating artists.
“They are a part of the fabric of our city.”