A couple months ago I attended the Military Influencer Conference. There were a lot of great creators and entrepreneurs there, but one group of people  stood out to me. I met a few people representing a product called Everence. Everence is a patented technology that allows you to add DNA from a loved one into any new or existing tattoo.

I know tattoos are a common thing in the military and Veteran community, and I had my own curiosity, led me to inviting a member of their team onto Borne the Battle to talk about it.

Boyd Renner, one of the co-founders of Everence, served in the Navy for 28 years. He served at SEAL Team Two for four years and served over 23 years at Naval Special Warfare Development Group.

He’s going to talk to us about his time as a Navy SEAL, his transition out of the military, and the unique product Everence.

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3 Comments

  1. TattooArtistsEverywhere December 20, 2017 at 5:29 pm

    SNAKEOIL MARKETED BY TATTOO INDUSTRY INTERLOPERS AND SELLOUTS! NO SELF RESPECTING TATTOO ARTIST WILL PUT THIS S(redacted)T IN YOUR TATTOO. F(redacted)K OFF BACK TO YOUR CORPRATE ELITE & LEAVE OUR TRADE ALONE.

  2. David Dunlap December 17, 2017 at 4:37 pm

    dna of a loved one to a tattoo? What on earth is that for? whats the purpose?

  3. Yo soy December 16, 2017 at 2:27 pm

    This intrigued me, but after looking into it the company seems to be attempting to capitalize off the SEaL name. Also it is $675 to get DNA turned into the Everence powder and there is a female cross fit athlete promoting the product claiming she had her kids DNA put into her tattoo… doesn’t she realize she already shares her kids DNA?? Did she really pay them $675 x3 (per each child) to have them give her what she already has? This product doesn’t seem very useful which is why it seems desperate to use the SEaL name and trying to get Instagram fame.

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