“Meat & Bread” Selling Sweet T-Shirts To Support A Cook In Need


Trevor Phillips is a cook at Meat & Bread who also runs a T-Shirt company called Ebon Aves. He was the “innocent bystander” who was critically injured in the major collision that occurred on Main Street back on September 1st. As he was waiting to cross the sidewalk, he was hit by a car, suffering nerve damage in one of his eye and many broken bones. Before the accident, Trevor designed the Meat & Bread T-Shirts that you see above. They’re now in stock at the Gastown eatery (370 Cambie at Hastings) in sizes small to xlarge. They’re selling for $30 (cash only), with 100% of the proceeds going directly to Trevor. We think you should kiss every person that you see wearing one. Spread the good word.


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