“Glad our friends in Sacramento, Crown Downtown, fought against the negativity. Now the positive impact of having a world class venue is showing. Wish us luck in our mission to Save Our Bolts in San Diego.” – Johnny BoltPride, Save Our Bolts Co-Founder and Organizer.
Their investment is showing:
“SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – In the short time since construction on the Golden One Center started, Downtown Sacramento property values are up by $180 million, according to the Sacramento County assessor’s office.”
“What we’re seeing right now is really encouraging with the investment that developers and property owners are making in the buildings right around the arena,” he said.
Save Our Bolts would like to thank the CSAG members for their efforts in putting together a thorough and detailed financing plan. While this is only a starting point for negotiations, their effort and committment to getting a framework in place is more than admirable.
Our hope is that the Chargers go into the talks with the Mayor with an open mind and the will to compromise on building a new multi-use stadium for the citizens of San Diego. Thanks for all your support!
This is your chance to let everyone know how important the Chargers staying in San Diego is to you! We’ve heard rumblings to the north of us, but, we can’t let that distract us. The Chargers BELONG in San Diego! Come and support the Save Our Bolts movement and show us your bolt pride!
Save Our Bolts Rally
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Special guests will be present!
Invite your friends, family and even rival team fans. We welcome all who support keeping the NFL and the Chargers in San Diego. Let’s Get It Done! RSVP on Facebook: Save Our Bolts Rally At The Q!
Save Our Bolts supporter Nick Hardwick attended Friday night’s Padres game to throw out the first pitch. He talked with the Mighty1090’s Marty Caswell about life after football, Rivers trade rumors and the Save Our Bolts movement. Fast forward to 4:25 to hear his message.
Save Our Bolts’ Johnny “Boltpride” Abundez, Donney Cummins and Trevis Thomas traveled to Arizona to represent for the movement. “We got a lot of support from the Arizona community….we had to let our presence be known,” said Johnny Abundez. Something can be said about the power of social media, but, this movement is proof that we can use our connections to spread the word. Despite the blazing Arizona sun, supporters of Save Our Bolts spent hours in front of the hotel where the NFL owners were meeting. The goal was to show their faces and let the owners know that San Diego WANTS their team to stay. There will be more events where you can get involved, so please stay tuned to our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updates.
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All that said, there is one direction we should all agree on. We must educate ourselves.
Kevin Acee, San Diego Union-Tribune
Save Our Bolts is a coalition of Chargers fans committed to one mission, keeping the Chargers where they belong in San Diego. We come from diverse backgrounds representing every possible demographic in the San Diego region and Chargers fan base.