Local tattoo shop still afloat after 3 years of COVID

The store front of Iron Anchor on Central Avenue.

by Elizabeth Secor / Joey Wagner

It’s been three long years since the coronavirus pandemic brought the world – and New Mexico – to a grinding halt, forcing people and businesses across the state into lock-downs and quarantines.

This took a dramatic toll on many small businesses.

The News Port’s Elizabeth Secor and Joey Wagner went in search of a local business that survived the pandemic.

They filed this audio report:

Sign posted outside of the tattoo shop.

To read more about the Iron Anchor, or even to schedule an appointment with Richard, click here.

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