Take the TDU Recruitment Challenge

March 1, 2012: Recruit five new members to TDU by Oct. 1 and we’ll waive your registration fee to the 2012 TDU Convention.

TDU recruitment makes everything we do possible.

Imagine what we could do with even more members. Can you help make it happen?

Click here to download a form to take the TDU Recruitment Challenge or call TDU at 313-842-2600 to get membership applications and recruitment materials.

Recruit five members at the normal rate, or 10 part-timers. Be sure to write your name as the sponsor on each new membership card. Return the filled-out cards on the right and dues payments to: TDU, P.O. Box 10128, Detroit, Mich. 48210.

TDU membership is kept confidential. TDU solicits and accepts membership applications and donations only from Teamsters, retired Teamsters and spouses who are not employers.


Uniting Members to Make a Stronger Union

“I recruited five new members last year. Not everyone joins right away. But when they see us out there working and feel how important TDU is, they’re willing to do their part.”

“TDU brings fresh faces into our movement. It unites members from different industries to share the information and skills we need to make a stronger union.

“We’re only as strong as our members. If you believe in our union and this movement, help build TDU.”

Lupe Hernandez, Ralphs, Local 63, Los Angeles


The Best Advice for Teamster Members

“I recruited eight new members to TDU last year and got a free convention registration.

“A group of us attended and came back with the best legal and organizing advice out there for Teamsters.

“It’s my goal to is to recruit even more members this year!”

Nick Perry, UPS, Local 413, Columbus, Ohio


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