Monday, November 11, 2013

Chevy and the Hanson Brother's raise funds

Chevy and his son with the Hanson Brother's.
Greg Evtushevski, better known as 'Chevy' to his former teammates and colleagues, is returning from Germany with a huge smile on his face. Why? Chevy, the owner of Kelowna based Chevy's Source for Sports, participated in two exhibition games last week with the famed Hanson Brother's to raise funds for 'Stop Concussions'. It was a chance for Chevy to get together with old teammates that he played with/against during his 15 year career in Europe. It also enabled him to play in a series of competitive games with his son.  For more information on the Stop Concussion initiative, check out this website.

Chevy showing he's still got it.
Chevy is a big backer of minor hockey here in  Kelowna. He is holding a contest this winter where coaches and parents are encouraged to nominate their 'Minor Hockey Player of the Month'. You can do that by simply visiting Chevy is giving away a hockey stick every month to the winner and
25 tickets to a Rockets home game. At the end of the contest, a winner will be drawn for the grand prize which includes a new pair of skates, hoodies for his entire team and a practice with a professional player. A BBQ will also be help in April for the grand prize winner and his team. Clearly an awesome contest from Chevy's Source for Sports.

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