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Sacramento Kings want to tattoo fans with new logo

How does it look? Kings fan gets free tattoo with release of new logo

David Lobatos stayed overnight outside Royal Peacock Tattoo parlor in midtown Sacramento to get a free Sacramento Kings logo tattoo. The Kings paid for a limited number of free tattoos with the release of new team logos.
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David Lobatos stayed overnight outside Royal Peacock Tattoo parlor in midtown Sacramento to get a free Sacramento Kings logo tattoo. The Kings paid for a limited number of free tattoos with the release of new team logos.

The Sacramento Kings aren’t content to have their fans wear loyalty to the team on their sleeves. They want it tattooed on their arms, chests and just about anywhere else on their bodies.

Hours after unveiling a suite of new team logos, the Kings announced they’ll pay to have fans tattoo the images on their bodies for a limited time Wednesday.

The Kings said fans can have the tattoos applied, on a first-come, first-served basis at the following parlors: Royal Peacock, 2101 P St.; Honeymoon Tattoo, 10119 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Fair Oaks; California Tattoo, 7946 Auburn Boulevard, Citrus Heights; Quarter Horse Tattoo, 916 N. Yosemite St., Stockton; and Crimson Needles, 3125 Penryn Road, Penryn.

The new tattoos are based in part on the designs the team wore when the Kings moved to Sacramento from Kansas City in 1985.

Sacramento Kings unveil new logo to fans at Golden 1 Center.

Dale Kasler: 916-321-1066, @dakasler

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