Attend the 2008 TDU Convention

Are you concerned about our union’s future and want to make a difference?

Then the TDU Convention is the place for you.

Attend workshops and classes. Hear from new leaders in our union. And meet Teamsters from across North America.

The Convention takes place at the Cleveland Airport Sheraton from Oct. 24-26. Make your plans to attend today.


 

“The TDU Convention is the place where Teamsters meet to take a hard look at the challenges we face from employers—and the changes we need to make in our union to protect our contracts, benefits and job security.

“That’s why I’ll be there in Cleveland—and you should be too.”

— Chris Roos, Local 1035 Secretary-Treasurer South Windsor, Conn.


I'll Be There

“If you want to know more about how you can make a difference in our union at the grassroots, the TDU Convention is for you. There are workshops on preparing and handling grievances effectively and how to develop our union’s power among the rank and file. Knowledge is power.”
Nichele Fulmore, UPS Steward
Local 391, North Carolina


Teamster Education

Fifteen workshops led by Teamster leaders and labor experts on Writing & Investigating Grievances • Pensions • Running for Local Office • Bargaining Strong Contracts • Legal Rights of Union Stewards • TDU Success Stories • Labor Law • Teamster Power in the Global Economy • Secrets of an Effective Organizer • and more...

Plus special meetings for UPS, freight, rail, waste, UPS Freight, movers, ready-mix, African American, Latino and women Teamsters.

Register for the TDU Convention

To register for the TDU Convention, click here.

To find out more about the convention or get help with travel arrangements, call TDU at (313) 842-2600.


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