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Point #60: President’s Award Winner: Steve Joyner

One of the things I looked forward to most when I first took my leadership position with the organization was that I would have the pleasure of presenting the President’s Award. As a prior recipient (in 2006), I knew what […]

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Point #60: Al D Scholars

Ken Seyler

I have been a professional body piercer for almost 20 years, and have been attempting to attend the APP Conference for approximately the last 10 years. Due to one thing

Point #60

In issue #60 of The Point: The Journal of the Association of Professional Piercers

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Point #60: Award Winner for Technical Innovation – Jason Pfohl – Gorilla Glass

By Jimmy Buddha JIMMY: How did you ever come up with an original idea like o-ring grooves on the back of a single flare plug? JASON: Most of my

Point #60: Award Winner for Creative Innovation – Jimmy Buddha-Diablo Organics

By Jason Pfohl JASON: What makes your jewelry innovative? JIMMY: I like to take risks with my designs.... I like people to be able to look at my stuff

Point #60: Josh A. Prentice Volunteer Award

This year, it was my honor to recognize Gus Diamond’s dedication to volunteering by giving him the Josh A. Prentice Volunteer Award. Though I struggled a little bit

Point #60: Volunteer Thank You

By Caitlin McDiarmid I had a great time at this year’s Conference. It was my tenth conference, and for the very first time I went fully looking forward

Point #60: The 17th Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada – June 17-22, 2012

By Russ Foxx Of the three APP conferences I have attended thus far, this year’s was definitely my most memorable and exciting. The sense of camaraderie in conjunction

Point #60: Legislative Update

By Mike Martin After a great conference I have been having so many thoughts and I’m trying to sort things out. One realization that became quite clear is

Point #60: To Pierce a Minor

By Jezebel Voule I live in a land with no legislation of the piercing field. A land where tattoo artists are regulated and need to be licensed, but

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