Make Plans to Attend the 2018 TDU Convention

Join Teamsters and TDU members for three days of education and organizing to rebuild union power, November 2 - 4 in Chicago.

Convention registration is $240 for three days, including meals and programs. Hotel rooms are $110/night.

Click here to let us you know you're interested in attending—or if you have a question about the Convention—and a TDU organizer will contact you.

Or call 313-842-2600 to get more information on the Convention and to register.

Click here to register for the TDU Convention.


jose-and-co-200.jpgBuilding a Local Movement with TDU

“Last year, we brought a few sanitation workers from Los Angeles to their first TDU convention. We’ve taken what we learned back home to organize co-workers to win stronger contracts. This year, we’ve already got eight members committed to go.”

Jose Lizarraga (left), Republic Services, Local 396, Los Angeles

 


Uniting Teamsters for Strong Contracts

“TDU unites members to organize for stronger contracts. Teamsters have learned that we can’t rely on Hoffa to put up a fight—it’s up to us, the members, to make it happen. If you’re sick and tired of concessions and care about our future, you need to be at the TDU Convention.”

Isaac Gobble, UPS, Local 413, Columbus, Ohio

 


Connecting Teamsters, Building Power

“At my first Convention last year, I saw firsthand how TDU keeps Teamsters across the country who are working for change connected. This year I'm looking forward to meeting more Teamster brothers and sisters and learning new tools I can bring back home.”

Mae Williams, Rhode Island Hospital, Local 251, Rhode Island

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