NC Tattoo Shop Could Be Basis for Reality TV Show

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (AP) -- A tattoo shop in a North Carolina military city could be the setting for a reality television show.

The Daily News of Jacksonville reported the director and executive producer at EGA Productions has shot a pilot for a show titled "Military Ink" that he hopes to sell to a network. Director and producer Lou Pizarro shot the pilot last week at Skin Art in Jacksonville.

Skin Art owner Allen Mishoe runs the shop with his father and brother. Mishoe contacted Pizarro about the possibility of a show based at Skin Art that would focus on U.S. troops and include information about where they had served, along with footage of the type of work they do.

Pizarro says he'll show the short pilot to interested networks, which he says include the Discovery Channel, History Channel and Military Channel.

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