Rebuilding Since 1964 was founded in July of 2010.
Mike grew up in Medina and went to college at American University in Washington, DC. After graduating, he remained in DC because that's where he got a job. While he is grateful for the opportunities afforded him by the nation's capital, he often finds himself longing for the energy of the Q, the smell of the Jake, or the camaraderie of Browns Stadium.
If you're a Clevelander and happen to one day find yourself in DC for any reason, be sure to hit him up. He'd be happy to buy you a beer.
Mike's writing has also been featured on the Real Cavs Fans blog, and on the cool basketball website Sheridan Hoops.
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Donovan recently graduated from the University of Toledo, where he majored in Journalism. He spent his entire life in Northeast Ohio, and began attending Browns games a few years before the team left for Baltimore. His dad, a long time season ticket holder, deserves most of the credit for establishing Donovan's love for Cleveland sports, especially the orange and brown.
His favorite sports memory isn't a come-from-behind win, an exciting overtime victory, or even a playoff game. It was the infamous "Bottle Gate" game in 2001. He was in the crowd that day, and it was one that he'll never forget. Hopefully he'll someday have a championship to replace that ugly day in December 2001.
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Chris is currently attending American University in Washington DC, studying Journalism and Marketing. He interned for ESPN Cleveland in the summer of 2011, gaining experience in programming, promotions, marketing, sales, and production. Chris has also interned for the American University Communications Department, where he broadcasted various university sporting events.
Chris currently serves as a panelist on American University’s student-run television station's sports talk show called “Sports Zone."
Chris is anxiously anticipating next season's Super Bowl run by the Browns.