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Giving Thanks Week 3

In the spirit of Thanksgiving later this month, we turned November into a month of Save The Crew thanks. Morgan Hughes got us started in a vlog by expressing his appreciation and thanks to all of the people that worked behind the scenes from the very beginning of the movement. First we thanked City of Columbus officials. Last week we thanked Franklin County officials and the Greater Columbus Sports Commission. We hope you were able to set aside time to contact those who supported our efforts. Continue reading Giving Thanks Week 3

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Weekly Recap 11/20/18


Save The Crew Updates

Save The Crew, World-wide:

A lot of you take your Crew and Save The Crew gear when you travel abroad. Many of you live abroad. Do you have a picture holding a #SaveTheCrew scarf or sign? We want them! Send us your pictures of #SaveTheCrew support from all over the world! We will put them all together in one massive display of support. Add your photos here so you don’t miss out on this fun opportunity! Continue reading Weekly Recap 11/20/18

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Monday Recap 11/5/18


Save The Crew Updates

D.C. United vs Columbus Crew:

Federico ‘Pipa’ Higuaín and the Columbus Crew conquered D.C. United in their first home playoff game at Audi Field. Higuaín, scored a goal in regulation, one in additional time, and also slotted home his penalty kick. The penalty kick finish was a very familiar scenario for Columbus, as we progressed in the playoffs last year after a win at Atlanta. Zack Steffen once again stopped multiple penalty kicks. What can’t he do? Some fans traveled to D.C. for the game, but back home, local pubs were at capacity as Crew fans celebrated the away victory. Save The Crew allies including Endeavour Brewing, Land Grant, Platform and more hosted watch parties for the playoff game. Hope to see you all back at these establishments next Sunday! Continue reading Monday Recap 11/5/18

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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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