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Team Effort To Build A Downtown Stadium

So you want an exciting project to move forward downtown, but you’re not sure how to go about getting your voice heard? If that’s the case, maybe you should consider setting up a grassroots marketing effort that includes viral online marketing, in-person temporary kiosks, and a host of other inexpensive-yet-informative endeavors. At the end of the day, the more people who are familiar with an effort and support the effort the better. Then maybe, just maybe, someone with some pull might just jump on-board when he or she sees the momentum building.
Over the last few days I’ve been hearing more and more about a grassroots effort to get a new green Buffalo Bills football stadium (and convention center) built somewhere downtown (preferably on the waterfront). The organization behind the effort is Build A Better Buffalo. Like many other Buffalonians, these die-hard fans (of Buffalo and The Bills), don’t want to wake up one day only to realize that a golden opportunity was squandered. What if we had rallied harder to keep The Bills here? What if there was a way to lead an initiative to not only keep the team in Buffalo, but to see to it that the effort included exciting growth for the city?
If these idea are of interest to you, consider paying a visit to BuffaloStadium.org. There you will learn about the unusual grassroots campaign started by ‘The Fans of Buffalo’. And while you’re there, don’t forget to sign the petition.

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