SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC ALLIANCE COUNCIL
April 4, 2017 – 7:00 PM – The NINETY
Present (14 of 16): Nicholaus Biela, Nick Biesold, Martin Buckley, Cameron Collins, Michael Dollard, Alex Eagleton, Eric Flatness, Bill Kaczaraba, Roberta King, Darla Langdon, Jeremy Monsivais, Karl Picard, Stephanie Steiner, and Kristina Vaughn.
Via telephone (2): Daniel Roe and Steve Wilson.
Absent (0): None
I. Call to order – Stephanie Steiner
II. Roll – Cameron Collins: 14 of 16 Present
III. Corporate Partnerships — Michael Shockley, Vice President of Corporate Partnership and Allison Smyrl, Director of Partnership Marketing
→ Michael came from the Sacramento Kings. Before that he was with the Phoenix Suns.
→ Allison came from Seahawks.
B. Background on Partnerships: Playing in CenturyLink field there is quite a bit of partnership integration. There are about 80 partners this year, ranging from XBOX, Delta, Toyota, Virginia Mason, Fred Meyer, Delta Dental, and many more.
C. New Partners for 2017: Boeing, Dannon, El Riconsito, Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, City MD, Darigold, Uber, Proliance Surgeons, Pendleton Whisky, Uber.
D. 2017 Objectives
→ to nurture and grow a vibrant sales culture that embraces teamwork, the partnership building process, and effective communication.
→ to strategically grow our top partnerships through capitalizing on marquis elements and developing platforms that authenticate our partners’ objectives.
Corporate Partners aren’t buying ads or official sponsorships, they are buying in to the Sounders brand and those items they receive in return are more incidental. They are also selling the Sounders brand to the public.
E. Question From Alliance Council Members
→ Question from Cameron Collins on the backlash to the relationship with Uber and whether they had taken current events in to account when finalizing the relationship. Conversations with the partners begin years before and come to fruition over time. There were definitely conversations in the Font Office about the relationship due to the ongoing #DeleteUber campaign, but in the end the Partnership was made. The Sounders maintain the ability to end a Partnership in certain instances that would cause the Partnership to be detrimental to the Club.
→ Question from Kristina Vaughn on how often the Sounders reevaluate branding, using the example of the “StubHub Season Ticket Member of the Match” when we are Alliance Members, not Season Ticket Members. The Front Office believes that it is an ongoing process and as they receive input they can attempt to make changes and anticipate other changes that might be beneficial.
IV. Goodbyes and Introductions
A. Eric Flatness: Eric is living in Thailand and has been unable to attend a meeting this year until now. He announces that as of today he is going ex-officio. He is thankful to have been a part of the Council and will miss us a lot. He hopes to be able to call in to some meetings in the future.
B. Nick Biesold: Nick is our newest Council Member. He has wanted to be on council for a while. At his new job there are a lot of Alliance Members, and he was finally able to get his votes to get on the Council. He was never a big soccer fan until college, and now he travels the world going to games. In 2009, he went to a game, got to meet Sounders Majority Owner Adrian Hanauer, and then immediately decided he wanted to have tickets.
V. Constitution & Bylaws
A. Article 4, Section 4.2: General Meeting (Second Reading) – Stephanie Steiner
→ Motion to amend language stating “meeting shall be schedule” to “meeting shall take place” for clarification purposes. Seconded.
Vote to amend Article 4, Section 4.2 passes unanimously, 12-0.
→ Motion to vote on new Article 4. Seconded.
Vote on Article 4, as amended, passes unanimously 12-0.
B. Bylaw 7: Supporter Group Recognition (Second Reading) – Martin Buckley
→ Rewritten bylaw that was designed by representatives of each Supporter Group. The meeting attendees were Martin Buckley (Alliance Council), Tom Conquergood (Gorilla FC), Brian Dilks (Eastside Supporters), Glenn White (Emerald City Supporters), and Steve Wilson (North End Faithful).
→ Motion to vote. Seconded.
Bylaw 7 passes unanimously, 12-0.
→ Cameron Collins asked the Council to recognize Martin Buckley for his hard work on this issue and bringing supporter groups together to come up with a long-term solution to the problem.
VI. Issues for Fans Entering the Stadium – Darla Langdon
→ People are still having issues entering the Stadium. Some people are purposefully testing the rules. One thing that needs to be made clear, and this is on the Sounders to message this, is that a clutch must still fit within the size regulations for a clutch, even if it is placed inside of a bag. This is in the fine print, but is not clear from the images they use. It needs to be spelled out more clearly.
→ There needs to be better signage about the rules, more consistency from the staff (as they often do not know the rules), and less attitude from the staff. It is not our fault that we often have to teach the staff the rules. CONSISTENCY. TRAINING. CUSTOMER SERVICE.
→ Tampons are an example of how the rules can be arbitrary. You cannot have tampons lose in the clear bag, they cannot be in a box (because it is typically too large), but you can have them secured in the bag. If it fits in a properly sized clear bag, why should it not be allowed?
→ They will not allow anything in that has a keyboard. Even though tablets ARE allowed, you cannot bring any keyboard that might attach to it. This has not been communicated by the Club and fits nowhere in the rules beyond a barely applicable catchall. This must be communicated to the fans immediately and be added clearly to the posted regulation on signs and in line.
VI. Initiatives, New Business, and Open Discussion
A. GM Vote: The next vote is coming up next year and Council needs to start preparing for it now. Roberta King and Dan Roe were on Council during the last GM Vote and will write up what they feel worked and what didn’t work last time.
B. Non-Profit Status: Martin Buckley thinks it may be best to push this until next year. To carry this out this year would take a lot of council energy. It would put a lot of requirements upon us, and there may not be enough people to carry the weight.
→ After discussion, the Council is not ready to table this issue just yet, and will begin the conversation of the costs and benefits of becoming a non-profit and becoming separate from the Sounders organization. Martin Buckley, Alex Eagleton, and Mike Dollard will delve further in to the idea.
C. Rescheduling the July Meeting: The July Meeting falls on the Fourth of July, and thus needed to be rescheduled. After looking at the Sounders schedule, the meeting will be held on the 11th of July.
D. Meeting Length: Because of the presentations by the various departments of the Sounders Front Office at our Meetings, Council Meetings have been running over time. After discussion on whether to start earlier, go later, or run a parallel meeting on another date, the Council is in favor of starting earlier when necessary.
E. Ticketmaster & Resale: Mike Dollard brought up that it is not intuitive on the Ticketmaster website how to find the tickets that are being put up for resale by the fans. It seems that this portion is being de-emphasized by Ticketmaster, where the site favors tickets that are new sales. Others have had issues selling tickets through the system.
→ On the Ticketmaster site, you must actively turn on the button that include resale tickets with the new tickets for sale. The website to go directly to resale tickets is located at: http://www.ticketexchangebyticketmaster.com/seattle-sounders-fc
F. New Profiles on Website: Each Council Member should send Martin Buckley an update picture and profile for the Alliance Council Website
G. Locker Check: The locker check is not efficient and they do not seem to have enough people working for them for the amount of people who are in line. People are missing first kick because of how slow the lines move. There also seems to be a locker check that is not affiliated with the Sounders, which should be looked in to.
Moved. Seconded. Council votes unanimously to adjourn.
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC ALLIANCE COUNCIL
March 7, 2017 – 7:00 PM – The NINETY
Present (13 of 16): Nicholaus Biela, Martin Buckley, Cameron Collins, Michael Dollard, Alex Eagleton, Bill Kaczaraba, Darla Langdon, Jeremy Monsivais, Karl Picard, Daniel Roe, Stephanie Steiner, Kristina Vaughn, and Steve Wilson.
Via telephone (0): None.
Absent (3): Nick Biesold, Eric Flatness, and Roberta King.
I Call to order – Martin Buckley
II Roll – Cameron Collins: 13 of 16 Present
III. Marketing – Kyle Sheldon, VP of Marketing and Megan West, Senior Director of Marketing & Digital
A. 2017 Look & Feel
– Updated schedule posters will be in the market early next week and installed on the north side of the stadium. Going for a back to basics look and focusing on Rave green.
– Updated pole banners in the stadium. Similar look and feel as above to create consistency across marketing.
– Digital and social graphics: Trying to serve the fan and provide as much info as possible. Hired a new graphic designer who has motion and GIF experience, and they will utilize those skills in the coming year to stay up with social media trends. They now have a team of 3.
– No new theme, but they will be doing 2-3 week campaigns that will focus on celebrating the championship.
– They want to make assets specific per channel with consistency across platform
B. Innovation: Marketing
– Creating digital content that focuses on why people should be at the match (championship banner raising for first match, etc.)
– Trying to optimize content for the channel it is on (Facebook vs Twitter vs Snapchat etc. / Desktop vs mobile). Investing more time in to video production in general.
C. Collaboration: Season Ticket Members Box and Golden Ticket
– They worked across different departments to implement the campaign. Golden Ticket was with marketing, ticketing, players, and more. They will continue this trend in the future.
D. Innovation/Collaboration: Matchday Experience
– The Sounders can continue to do a better job in how to maximize participation of the fan. They will be providing maps with info on Matchday including 1) March to the Match, 2) The NINETY, 3) Soccer Celebration, and 4) The Pro Shop.
– They will be putting signs throughout the Pioneer Square area that provide information on where an event is and when it happens. There are 4 going out: two at the March, one at The NINETY, and one in North Plaza.
– The Sounders have done a complete reset of most of the marketing in the stadium. LED displays and jumbo display have updated graphics and images. They made it look more modern and more like their current brand. Similar lines, look and feel, and colors to all of the marketing materials.
– They are trying to bring home the giant trophy that was on the field prior to the MLS Cup. They have made the request to the league. Because it is 20+ feet tall, it is a challenge to find a place in the stadium. They hope to do it, but it is a matter of logistics. Potentially on the South side of the stadium.
– Going back to a print edition program on match day. Deeper storytelling showcasing players. It will be a monthly edition rather than match specific. It will be available digitally online and in the app. There will still be roster cards like the player posters from the end of last season.
– There will again be bag lockers with a $10 fee per object
– The Marketing Department will publish the kit being worn for the next match prior to Matchday. Will be at least the day before.
E. Question From Alliance Council Members
→ Non-English Speaking market and marketing question from Martin Buckley. Everything they do right now is in English. In Seattle, the average age of the Latino population is 24, and the individuals tend to be second generation. most of the research shows that the preference of those individuals is to consume in English. They view doing marketing in other languages as for an international market. They are hoping to create some more content with the Spanish speaking players, but they are not at that point yet
→ Questions on archiving audio and having a match broadcast audio podcast (like they used to) and making the post-game show available as a podcast from Cameron Collins, Karl Picard, and Nick Biela. The team will looking in to these ideas and will see what they can do about them.
→ Question about how much of the current marketing flows down to S2 from Martin Buckley. Some of it flows down. Similar types of coverage but not as comprehensive. It is a challenge to create enough content FOR S2. Sounders Community Trust are making one of their focuses this year highlighting players and stories from the team.
IV. Constitution & Bylaws
A. Article 6, Section 6.1: Honorary Chairman (Second Reading) – Stephanie Steiner
→ We already have the powers that are laid out in this new suggested language, but it clarifies the processes involved going forward.
Vote on Article 6, as amended, passes unanimously 13-0.
B. Article 4, Section 4.2: General Meeting (First Reading) – Stephanie Steiner
→ This proposed amendment to Article 4 of the Alliance Council Constitution would change the language on when the Annual Business Meeting is held, as the old language is restrictive and makes it difficult to secure locations and promote attendance. The new language makes sure it remains at or near the end of the season in order for the meeting to continue to serve the purpose of being a recap of the previous year. This does not, however, allow the meeting to be moved to the beginning of the next season, as that would remove the power of our voice.
→ The language was amended upon presentation to the Alliance Council to read that the meeting shall take places within 8 weeks of the conclusion of regular season play. The reference to “regular season play” means that even if the MLS were to change it’s schedule significantly, the Article will still be accurate without having to change any language in the Constitution.
C. Bylaw 7: Supporter Group Recognition (First Reading) – Martin Buckley
→ All of the Supporter Groups were brought together to come up with a plan. The 2 SG points of emphasis were: (i) they saw the Alliance Council as an Independent entity from the Club who could run the process of approval of new SGs; and (ii) the previously created criteria were valid.
→ The de-recognition portion of the previous Bylaw was removed. What is in its place is that de-recognition by the Alliance Council can only take place through non-activity of an SG. There are already mechanisms in place at the Club and MLS level to punish Support Groups who do not follow the rules, so any Alliance Council involvement in that process would be redundant.
→ Section 7.1 was added to the Bylaw so that the definition of active and inactive is clear, and the SGs will follow this process for showing that they are active at the beginning of each season.
V. Stars for All
A. Letter Sent to MLS: We received no response from the MLS to our letter the Executive Committee sent to them.
B. Solutions: We have the short-term solution, which allows stars to be affixed to replica jerseys, but we need to know the long-term solution. We have gone to Twitter and other social media platforms to state that we still need a long-term solution. There is no time table for when we will be given that solution. The language of the short-term solution makes clear that this was only done for 2017, and we may have to fight this battle all over again for 2018 with out silver star (and hopefully another gold star). We will be following up with the MLS on the long-term solutions.
C. Thank Yous: The Council was very appreciative of the work that the Club did to make the short-term solution happen. The Council particularly wanted to praise Doug Orweiler for his constant dedication to the club and being willing to stand up and fight for the fans.
Moved. Seconded. Council votes unanimously to adjourn.
April 16th, 2017
By Karl Picard
The initial part of the meeting was reviewing the corporate partnerships with the Front Office and Michael Shockley (VP of Corporate Partnerships) and Allison Smyrl (Director of Partnership Marketing).
We discussed some of the new partners and how the key to these relationships is to align with the their vision, values, and objectives. They continue to grow their top partnerships around key elements like jerseys. They have a range of partners from the large ones like XBOX to much smaller ones. But all partnerships need to make sense and provide value to the Club. They look at things from both a book value and a market value based on the brand, they try not to make it transactional but more buying into the Sounders and their fans and the overall experience. There are limited edition Coke cans that have been released to celebrate the MLS Cup.
Up next was the discussion around the constitution. The first one was around Article 4 which dealt with our General meeting and membership in the Alliance. After some initial word-smithing , the article was approved and passed. This completed the constitution article changes by the council which is a great accomplishment.
Next up was to review changes to the Supporter Group bylaw (which was reviewed and commented on by representatives of the 4 supporter groups). The main focus was to remove any de-recognition of any supporter groups. There was also clarification of the requirements to be recognized which didn’t change fundamentally, essentially show leadership, at least 25 members, participation in group activities to support the club, and be a corporate or charitable entity.
Next up was discussing some issues that have been reported around Gate issues. Some of these are inconsistencies with what people are experiences, and mostly with women and the purses or clutches. It’s hard to determine if these are isolated issue or bigger issues. If you put smaller bags in the clear totes you need to make sure it meets the guidelines. Tablet cases are OK but if they have keyboards those are not allowed from what we can tell. Be sure to let the Sounders know if you have negative experiences, include some details and the gate when you have the issue (Twitter is the best as they can potentially deal with it at the game). Look for a blog post on this with more details coming soon.
We had some open discussion where we reviewed the Initiatives and Programs of the Alliance Council in 2017, moving the July 4th meeting to July 11th, potentially having longer meetings as needed to address work items, and ensuring working groups are providing status at the meetings around progress and updates.
That’s all for this month. Be sure to comment or let us know your thoughts on Facebook, Twitter or right here on the blog.
March 8, 2017
By Martin Buckley and Stephanie Steiner
The second in our video recap series – just over three minutes giving a quick update on what happened at the Alliance Council meeting last night.
For completeness – the link to the Supporter Group Recognition work referred to in the video is here.
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC ALLIANCE COUNCIL
February 7, 2017 – 6:30 PM – The NINETY
Present (11 of 15): Nicholaus Biela, Martin Buckley, Cameron Collins, Michael Dollard, Alex Eagleton, Darla Langdon, Jeremy Monsivais, Daniel Roe, Stephanie Steiner, Kristina Vaughn, and Steve Wilson.
Via telephone (2): Roberta King and Karl Picard.
Absent (2): Bill Kaczaraba & Eric Flatness.
I. Call to order – Stephanie Steiner
II. Roll – Cameron Collins: 11 of 15 Present
III. RAVE Foundation
Ashley Fosberg. Executive Director of the RAVE Foundation came to the Alliance Council meeting and recapped RAVE’s programs. She told the Council that RAVE received $12,000 in December as they were glassybaby’s charity of the month. Relatively soon, The Sounders will even have their own glassybaby candle that they can sell in the Pro Shop.
Ashli Brown, Michael Johnson, and Dawn Wheeler from concessions came to the council to discuss the changes coming to concessions. The Alliance Council was able to try some of the food and met the new Executive Chef, who comes over to CenturyLink from Safeco Field. The Seahawks have decided that they don’t want a concessionaire and, as such, they will do it themselves. They have created First and Goal Hospitality.
→ 2017 Concessions Goals
– Food quality and selection. Focus on local.
– More food and beverage combos.
– Beer matrix and strategically placing brands where the fans want it.
– Vending. Food and beverage items that fans want.
→ Executive Chef Michael Johnson
The key to his move from Safeco Field was the promise that the concessions would have a focus on sustainable and local. In the last 8 months, they have tripled the amount of local businesses with whom they do business.
– Sustainability: Compost from the stadium will go to Cedar Grove Compost and then will be used on a farm in Redmond. They will grow all the vegetables for the stadium. They will also have bees and will produce honey. If they have too much food in this process, the plan is to donate the excess to local food banks. The crops are being planted in the next 10-15 days.
→ 2016 Concession Specific Fan Survey
– Fans are looking for more variety.
– Fans are looking for speed of service.
– Fans are looking for better quality. Not as concerned with pricing.
Because like the team is dedicated to tickets and food for a family being available for under $100, there will be more family packs and combos to help achieve this goal.
→ The Beer Matrix
* 2015 – 95% draft
* 2016 Sounders Matches – 89% draft
– Domestic vs. Premium in concessions
* Specialty stands will only be selling premium beer
– Local craft brand opportunities
* Georgetown Brewery (Manny’s), Alaska, Mack n Jacks, Black Raven, Ghostfish, & more
* They will also be partnering with Seattle Cider
→ Community Concessions Program
They will take a cross-section of of Seattle and bring it in to CenturyLink. They will have a range of unique items that are just at CenturyLink Field and replica items that are available. They have been out to Eastern Washington to meet with many ranchers and growers. CenturyLink is already ranked #1 in the MLS in terms of food.
– 2016 Partners:
International District: Hue Ky Mi Gia & Pho Cyclo
Pioneer Square: Rain Shadow & Kraken Congee
Pike Place Market: Beechers & Uli’s Sausage
→ Questions and comments from the Alliance Council
– Vegetarian & Vegan Options: Cameron Collins spoke on vegans options and the ways that the extenuating circumstances that made the vegan food fail at Safeco Field. He also asked that they make the ingredients of the food available at the various concessions and grab and go stands. They said that ingredients will be available, will have food maps, and will do a better job of educating employees on the various food options.
Martin Buckley spoke on the lack of quality in the vegetarian options and expressed hope that they would be improved moving forward. He also spoke on the hope that the options will be better advertised to fans. Taylor Graham said that the Sounders are dedicated to communicating those options.
– Beverage Selection: Stephanie Steiner made a request for better non-alcoholic beverage options and cited a the growing concern about the coming diabetes epidemic. Coke, as the beverage partner, could hopefully help move this forward.
– Local Alcohol Options: Alex Eagleton spoke on the hope that the Sounders could incorporate local wines in to the fold.
→ Other plans moving forward
– The chefs want to be visible during the matches. This can help them better connect with the consumers and let them receive comments and criticism directly.
– There will be some more concessions that are sold in the stands directly to the fans. For example, Papa Johns. The Sounders want to be sure this does not become so prevalent hat it gets in the way of the game, though.
– As they moved over from the previous concessionaire to creating their own, one of the keys was keeping a lot of the staff on board. They hope to continue to grow as an organization this way.
– For suites, they are streamlining the menu and making it better.
– They are investing in the back of the house and hope to continue to grow the equipment in order to increase quality.
– The food trucks will continue to be in the North Plaza during the matches
V. Constitution Articles
A) Article 6: Honorary Chairman (First Reading) – Stephanie
→ adds process, removal, and duties to 6.1 of the Honorary Chair. Makes it clear that if we don’t do this, it does not technically preclude us from doing anything listed here, but will make it easier for future councils. By adding (s) to the title, it means we can name multiple people, like the entire team. This puts it out there so future councils will know even when all of us are gone.
→ Why the executive committee should have the ability to remove the distinction, beyond the power of the council as a whole, is that it lets the EC act immediately, instead of waiting until the next meeting, when it could be necessary to act. Like they are convicted of drunk driving, commit some other egregious act.
→ “The executive shall make best efforts to survey the council for input prior to voting outside of a regular Business Meeting. ” added to 6.1.2 in case the executive committee needs to act (see above)
→ Other small tidying up done to ensure language follows rest of constitution
B) Article 8: Supporter Groups (Second Reading) – Stephanie
→ There was discussion on how the language in the article as previously amended lacks definition to make clear who an “affected” supporter group would be. In the end, however, because there is a group coming together to come to a solution for Bylaw 7, most feel it is likely irrelevant.
Vote to make amendments to Article 8 passes unanimously 11-0.
→ Language added to the Article to make clear the Front Office determines Supporter Group sections, not the Alliance Council.
Motion to amend Article 8 is seconded.
Amendments to Article 8 passes 11-0.
Vote to pass Article 8, as amended, passes 11-0.
VI. Alliance Council Initiatives for 2017
The Alliance has collected these initiatives from various sources, including email, social media, in person, and any other way fans choose to communicate with members of the Alliance Council. Undoubtedly, more initiatives will come in to existence throughout the year.
→ Memorializing “The Save” (Nick willing to take lead of Save Project, Cameron willing to hop on as backup.)
→ Hosting MLS Cup & What will happen to Season Ticket Holders (Stephanie is lead)
→ Replacement/Elimination of Bylaw 7 (Supporter Groups) (Martin is lead)
→ High-Level council recruiting (Stephanie is lead, but everyone can help)
→ Constitution (Stephanie is lead)
→ Exploring Non-Profit Status (Martin is lead)
→ Updating soundersfc.com (Stephanie is lead)
→ Budget and Resources (Martin is Lead)
→ Rebuilding Website (Martin is Lead)
→ Visibility and Marketing (Karl is lead. Cameron is on board to help.)
→ To-Do List for the Council (Stephanie is lead)
→ Procedure for Designating Votes and concern that people will not be using the app this year (Cameron is lead)
VII. Open Discussion
→ Kristina plans to touch base with Mikaela on the Scarf Vote, how it went last year, and how it can get better. The Council hopes to streamline the process on our end so it is not as rushed.
→ Season Ticket Holder packages were pushed back because of the newly designed box for MLS Championship and will be coming soon.
Moved. Seconded. Council votes unanimously to adjourn.
photo by Karl Picard
March 25th, 2017
by Karl Picard
Our meeting was March 7th, and included nearly an hour of conversation with the Sounders’ marketing team. The first half of the meeting was a presentation and Q&A with Vice President of Marketing, Kyle Sheldon. They reviewed the look and feel of the schedule posters and banners for the stadium. They have put an emphasis on the Rave Green – back to basics for marketing. One other thing they have prioritized is standardizing things across all elements from banners to graphics and between different channels from web to mobile to different social platforms to provide a better experience to the consumer. Their focus is on local growth but thinking globally as well. We reviewed some of the work around the season ticket box and delivery including the Golden ticket promotion.
There will be a few new things, too. They will be deploying signs on game day to help fans experience all the game day events and activities. There is now a printed match day program (also available digitally) with a focus on the storytelling: March has articles on both The Save and Brian Schmetzer. The last thing we covered was the surprise: getting the giant MLS Cup, the very one from the match in Toronto, for the season. At the time of the meeting they were still working out the details but as many of you saw it is currently sitting behind section 124. Darla Langdon and Alex Eagleton are the follow-up team for marketing.
After a quick break, we moved on to a review of Articles including the Honorary Chair secondary reading. The article was voted on and passed unanimously. Next up was Article 4 and dealing with when the Annual Business Meeting can be held. The requested change is to ensure we can review the regular season that has just concluded rather than have it scheduled in the beginning of the season or some other time. We discussed the verbiage around how we deal with any changes to the MLS schedule. The discussion went into the ability of the Council to put on the Business Meeting without the help of the Sounders front office. Final was the updates to Bylaw 7 (Supporter Group) which was discussed with 4 different representatives from Supporter Groups (changes stemmed from the proposed updates to the constitution in October).
We discussed steps to take should Stars for All not receive full support from the league. Luckily, we got a temporary solution shortly after the last meeting. We will continue to work for a resolution where all teams going forward will have #StarsForAll.
That’s all from March. There is also the video recap with Martin and Cameron posted. Sorry for the delay in getting this version out, life got in the way this month.