The Girls (and Boys) with the Pizza Tattoo
Folks like working at Woodstock’s Pizza so much, some have made a permanent commitment—well, sort of. Since 2013, more than 25 Woodstock’s employees have gotten small, inconspicuous tattoos—black triangles representing pizza slices—to show their love for their jobs. “I really liked the simplistic black triangle design because it gave a wider variety of people the opportunity to get it,” says manager Kyle Kelso, who started the phenomenon. For fellow manager James Glover, the tattoo signifies employee loyalty and camaraderie. “Pizza is what brought us all together as co-workers, but the tattoo represents the lifelong family and friendship it has provided,” he says.
See how it all got started—and how Glover got Facebook fans involved—at PMQ.com.