Thanks for looking into Save Our Bolts. The reality is you don’t have to be Chargers fan to see the value the team has for the whole San Diego Community. If you are a San Diego County resident who is life long fan of the Patriots you still have plenty of reason to get involved with the fight to Save Our Bolts.
Here are some ways you can get involved:
This is the easiest way to get involved. You can do it from home or on smart phone. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter. Re-post all our events, articles and opinions and when you do ALWAYS add #saveourbolts to every post. In fact you can do any time you talk about the Chargers or the use of multi-purpose stadium for the city.
Promote and Attend #SaveOurBolts Events:
From rallies, meet-ups to public forums Save Our Bolts will organizing events in the coming year to promote the cause of getting a Multi-purpose stadium that will host the Chargers 10 days a year and be a widely used community asset the other 355 days of the year. If you can’t make it to these events you can always promote the events to social media.
Taking a moment to express your feelings to the people in power or to the newspaper can be a wonderful way to express yourself. These add up and believe us after meeting with the Mayor and his team all those letters are read. Click here to get a hold of San Diego’s local representatives.
Contact A Business About Save Our Bolts:
Save Our Bolts organizers are working to build a network of businesses that benefit from the Chargers being in town. A great way to help is if you know a restaurant, bar, store or private business who is benefits from the Chargers being in town have them contact us. Involvement for them ranges from being listed on the website as a supporter to event sponsorship.
Save Our Bolts is 100% volunteer grassroots, so raising funds will be important. This money can be spent on rallies, promotional materials, T-shirts, bumper stickers and most importantly campaign materials. If the stadium is on the ballot in 2016 we will need funds to run a public campaign. Contact Us for more information
Become an Regional Captain
If you are passionate about these issues you can become an organizer. None of us make money, we all volunteer our time. Being an organizer means as much 5 to 10 hours a week of work. Sometimes less, sometimes more. It means going to face to face meetings around the county, contributing to the group and being a voice for the Save Our Bolts campaign around town.
If the stadium comes to a vote we will be recruiting more volunteers and looking for regional captains. For example we will need captains for Escondido, Lemon Grove, Chula Vista and all the area of our county. The captains will be responsible for campaigning in their neighborhoods. That could range from passing out information at farmer’s markets, going door to door or making phone calls to neighbors. If you are interested in doing this let us know.
We are fans just like yourself and are open to all ideas. Let’s Get It Done.