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Jon Bon Jovi Banned in Buffalo Due to Rumors of a Bills Buyout
Posted by Larry Csonka on 06.07.2014

According to Billboard, petitions have been organized and even a ban against the music of Jon Bon Jovi have been put into effect in Buffalo. Bon Jovi is rumored to want to buy the Buffalo Bills franchise and move it to Canada. Charles Pellien, one of four fans who came up with the Bon Jovi boycott last month, had the following to say about the situation…

"It's nothing personal. If Santa Claus was coming to Buffalo and telling us he was going to take our team to the North Pole, we would be boycotting Santa Claus."

The drama started in March when Bills owner Ralph Wilson passed away. His wishes were reportedly to have the team sold rather than passed onto his family. With the rumors of sale, and the Bills leaving the city after 50 years, people have started to worry, leading to the boycott.

Matt Sabuda, a real estate investor and director of the Buffalo Fan Alliance, is part of a plan to look to legions of Buffalo fans and others to raise more than $100 million in no-interest financing to help a Buffalo-committed new owner. The group estimates the fan donations could save a new owner $8 million to $15 million a year in interest. He fears a similar situation that contributed to the Cleveland Browns' going to Baltimore after the 1995 season. He added the following about the situation…

"They just thought somebody would do something, and there was no way it could ever be a reality that the team could move. The last thing we'd want to see in Buffalo is a repeat of that scenario."


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