No More Givebacks at YRC

Local 63 Teamsters at the Bloomington, California YRC breakbulk have produced T-shirts that makes their unified message loud and clear: Be prepared to vote NO in 2019.

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As the shirt states, ten years of givebacks is more than enough. Thanks to the independent initiative of some good Teamsters, there is a growing movement to reverse concessions and start winning gains.

Click here if you want to learn more and get involved.


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  • Dorian Johnson
    commented 2017-12-12 18:37:26 -0500
    How can I get a T-shirt
  • Leroy Hendricks
    commented 2017-11-10 04:25:37 -0500
    Enough is enough!! No more give backs..
  • Bennie Vaughan
    commented 2017-08-10 20:41:05 -0400
    It’s time to pull together and let them know enough is enough. We all need to start getting those t shirts like above. Let us know where u r having them made. Like a website or other source. Thanks.
  • Don Schumacher
    commented 2017-08-10 19:46:11 -0400
  • Steve Perry
    commented 2017-08-10 14:19:58 -0400
    I am Steve Perry from YRC Freight Bloomington California. If the bigwigs of YRC can get millions and millions of dollars of bonuses and not paying In to our pension then YRC can give us hard-working Teamsters back everything YRC has taken from us in concessions. It’s sad that we have to look at mr. Big wig himself get a 10 million dollar bonus and just rub it in our face.
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