Happy Labor Day Weekend

August 31, 2012: Happy Labor Day, from your brothers and sisters in Teamsters for a Democratic Union. It's a day off to enjoy family and friends, and maybe attend a Labor Day Parade or other event to show solidarity and remember that the labor movement has brought us many benefits we take for granted too often.

TDU is training, educating, uniting and developing leaders who are a strong force for change and building an expanding, democratic union.

We've gotten this far because we've stuck to this bedrock.

This Labor Day, while you're enjoying time with friends and family, think about the ways we can move our union in the right direction.

TDU members are gearing up for our 2012 Convention in Chicago from October 26-28. There will be contract action meetings for members across the country fighting for stronger contracts, and educational workshops taught by experts like Attorney Robert Schwartz and Teamster Local 805 President Sandy Pope.

Click here to register for the 2012 TDU Convention today.

Happy Labor Day weekend and we'll see you in Chicago!
 


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