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Senator Kunze passes resolution supporting Save The Crew

The Save the Crew movement has taken a multi-faceted approach to our efforts, knowing that no single element would be sufficient to keep the team in Columbus. The movement has emphasized fan support, gathered business allies, and reached out to local government to adopt resolutions. All to support the cause of saving the Columbus Crew.

However, one ongoing effort came to fruition at the end of February.

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Social Suite: Community Kit edition

Last night at Save The Crew business ally King Avenue 5, we released the much anticipated “Community Kit.” This kit is designed by Columbus supporters, for Columbus supporters everywhere. The reveal party was a limited engagement with a certain amount of people being allowed in (silly fire codes).

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The Community Kit

A Closer Look

Save The Crew believes that together, as a community, Columbus owns its soccer history, culture, and tradition. We are launching The Community Kit to represent the best of supporter engagement, passion, and culture. The jersey is meant to be OUR say, OUR reflection of how soccer is woven into the threads of Columbus’ fabric. The Community Kit is designed BY Columbus supporters, FOR Columbus supporters. Continue reading The Community Kit

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Crew SC players “share the love” after receiving valentines from fans

Valentine’s Day has come and gone and if you’re like me, it was just another Wednesday… but I digress.

During this holiday it’s not uncommon to see people show affection by gifting small tokens of appreciation to one another. Fans of the Black & Gold did just that with the help of Save The Crew business ally Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream.

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