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Central Ohio #SaveTheCrew Resolutions

Since the original announcement that the Columbus Crew ownership was evaluating a relocation to Austin, a number of local governments have taken actions in support of keeping the team here in central Ohio. Following is a list of those communities, and the resolutions that they have passed.

More communities are expected to join this group. If you’d like to urge your local representatives to take action, please contact your representatives using this contact list.

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Columbus Family Ties

“What would we do baby… without us?”

These words, lifted from the theme song to the based-in-Columbus 1980s TV show Family Ties, succinctly pose a loving, rhetorical question between family members. It’s a question so awful you never want to ask it, let alone think about the answer.

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#SaveTheCrew Team Update 11/17/2017

The Save The Crew team has been busy working hard for America’s hardest working team!

The business affairs team secured 100+ business allies over the past few weeks. These restaurants and businesses are sporting fresh #SaveTheCrew window clings at their local stores, thanks to the distribution efforts from several volunteers. They distributed an additional 65+ window clings and signs today as well.

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Save The Crew Volunteer Profile – Tom Davis

Greetings! As you may already be aware, there is a ton of work going on behind the scenes of the #SaveTheCrew movement to help keep the Black and Gold in Columbus. From time to time, we plan to highlight the work of our committed and wildly-talented grassroots team of volunteers by pulling back the curtain and giving some thanks to the people who turned #SaveTheCrew from a twitter hashtag into the lean, mean, relocation-fighting machine it has become. With that said, our first profile is of Tom Davis.

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