Group Formed To Boycott Bon Jovi From Buying Buffalo Bills

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A group of longtime Buffalo Bills fans have banded together to boycott Bon Jovi and their music after the musician made his intentions to buy the team and move them to Toronto known.

The group, which calls itself 12th Man Thunder, are working to get bars and restaurants throughout the region to stop playing Bon Jovi's music.

"We've had it with Jon Bon Jovi and his Toronto ownership group working to steal our team," said Charles Sonntag, co-founder of the group."

There are thousands of fans that agree with us, so we decided to start the 'Bon Jovi Free Zone' promotion to let him and the poachers in Toronto know that we won't just stand by and let them move the Bills to Toronto. We're asking Buffalo area bars and restaurants to contact us and we'll give them a free poster to show their commitment to banning Bon Jovi music from their premises."

Bon Jovi has joined forces with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment in a bid to purchase the Bills.

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