Pearls Only for Evan and Quinn

Written by Angela Bergerman

May 30, 2019

22Fresh keeps memories of Evan Thomas and Quinn Stevenson alive through a unique fundraiser in support of the Gordie Howe Sports Complex.

Do you know what the slang term for a brand-new-right-out-of-the-package baseball is? PEARL.

When designing a special graphic t-shirt to honour the life and memory of two young Saskatchewan athletes – Quinn Stevenson (Saskatoon) and Evan Thomas (Regina), Kip Simon of 22Fresh came up with “Pearls Only,” figuring baseballs in heaven had better be pearls. 

Sale of the t-shirts, designed and produced by 22Fresh in Regina, will help to advance the future of local sport. 100% of the proceeds from the shirts will be donated to the Friends of the Bowl Foundation to assist with the development of the future Multi-sport Centre at the Gordie Howe Sports Complex. Replacing the old grandstand building at Cairns Field, the new facility will provide operating space, services and amenities for baseball, track and field, speed skating and public skating as well as Nordic and cross-country skiing.

The “Pearls Only” 22Fresh premium tees are available in both Youth and Adult/unisex and sell for $35 each. Order forms are available online HERE. Additionally, the shirts will be available at the upcoming 2019 Quinn Stevenson Memorial U18 Baseball Tournament played on Cairns and Leakos Fields at the Gordie Howe Sports Complex as well as Kate Waygood Park in Saskatoon.

THANK YOU to 22Fresh and the families of Quinn Stevenson and Evan Thomas!

We look forward to welcoming plenty of athletes and their families, coaches and fans wearing “Pearls Only” at the Gordie Howe Sports Complex this summer.