Alternate Angle: Calendar Girl Apryl Evans

by 2 January 20, 2012 0 Comments

Check out this alternate angle of our Miss February Apryl Evans! Apryl did a great job making rocks and train tracks somehow look comfortable to lay on. Along with being our Miss Feb, Apryl is also the Rat Rock girl for 95.9 the WRAT in New Jersey. We ended up going with a head on angle with the tracks in the distance for the actual calendar shot, but this one was just too good to go unused! Check out Apryl on twitter @AprylEvans and also on her Facebook page Get your calendar today! 12 beautiful Mets fans at locations all around Queens, NY. Calendar includes a game schedule for the 2012 NYM. Orange shade indicates home, blue is away. JUST $10 per copy or FREE with orders over $60! Also, orders including hoodies get ONE FREE CALENDAR! Get on it!


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