People wanted a serious boycott? You got it. Keep in mind that I've never put anything like this together before, so I'm not sure if I'm doing this right. Here goes... Today, I'm announcing the official launch of Boycott the Revs, a grass roots, non-profit collection of New England Revolution fans and supporters dedicated to affecting positive changes within the organization. Effective at the end of the 2012 MLS Regular Season, members of Boycott the Revs will begin a full economic boycott of all Revolution ticket, merchandise, and other ancillary goods and services until such time as the organization complies with our list of demands: Replace Michael Burns as the club's General Manager. Enhance the quality of communication between ownership and fans. Take steps to make Gillette Stadium more soccer friendly. Improve the relationship between Revolution fans and stadium security. Enact several long-term requests from Revolution supporters. Full details on the list of demands can be found at the organization's web site. Anyone who wishes to join the boycott should do so at the organization's online petition. Interested fans can learn more at the following locations: Petition - http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/boycott-the-new-england-revolution/ Web site - http://revsboycott.blogspot.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boycott-the-Revs/471248372915979?fref=ts Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/revsboycott E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org Within the next week, we'll be contacting the organization, as well as the league to make our intentions clear. Prior to the final home game of the season, we'll have a "loud" launch where we will begin a media campaign designed to increase awareness and participation. You can expect far more to come on all of this.