In Times Like These, I'm Proud to Be a TDU Member'

The TDU Freight Committee is dedicated to getting members the facts and bringing freight Teamsters together to build union power in our industry.

“In times like these, I am grateful for TDU and proud to be a member. The TDU website is always first with reliable information. Downloadable bulletins give us a tool to inform freight Teamsters.

“TDU gives members the straight dope—not a sales job—so we can make an educated decision about what's best for our future. Don't you wish YRC and the Hoffa administration treated us with the same respect?

“The information we get from TDU is priceless, but it's not free. If you value TDU as an independent source of reliable information on our union and our industry, then I urge you to join TDU today. Annual dues are $40. That's not much to spend on an investment in your future.”

— Chuck Deaver, Yellow, Local 174, Seattle

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