After reading a lot of the comments, and hearing personally from quite a few people, I think the best thing to do is set up a petition for Revs fans to sign. We can set it up online, also hand it out at the game, pass it to the media etc. Now please hear me out... The thought process I've gone through with the people I've spoken with is that at this time, the supporter's groups (as groups) aren't being asked to organize this, so it's being organized by fans like us that are frustrated. I am NOT organizing this as the President of the Riders. I'm participating in this because after 15 years of negligence, I just can't take more. We also understand that there's many people bringing friends to this particular game, and knowing that many of the people in the Fort aren't regulars, this protest most likely won't work all that well anyway, no matter how well we may organize it. Secondly, getting a petition and giving it to the team tells them what we'd like to see. Trying to wait till the SuperLiga games to do a protest does nothing because it'll be me and 4,000 of my closest friends. Our next home game is August 7th, a week before the transfer window closes. By giving the team a petition at this point, we can give them till that point to fix some of the on-going problems. Third, by giving them this time, we're essentially "negotiating in good faith." Instead of springing a protest on Saturday, which likely will be taken as frustration with a 5-0 loss more than the crap responses given by Burns (on top of everything else that's gone on the past three years). We give the team a chance to realize that many of the fans/supporters are sick of this nonsense. And we give them a deadline to strive for. If it doesn't happen, we protest on August 7th. I'll flat out tell you, speaking for myself, protesting on the day that they're acknowledging the 15 year season ticket holders is a great way to protest ... since I'm one of those. It will affect me to not go out there, and I don't care ... to me, if even 50 of those of us that have been doing this for 15 years don't go out on the field, that'll make a statement to the team. An empty Fort on that game day will make an additional statement. So ... I'd like to ask those of you that are much better spoken than I am to help us organize the wording for the petition. Are people willing to help? And are people willing to go along with this idea? I'm going to close the other thread so we can have one discussion. I'm hoping people do go along with this idea, but if they'd like to do their own version of a protest Saturday, go right ahead, I know how frustrating things have gotten.