Stand Up to UPS, Don't Stand on the Sidelines

Updated June 30, 2013: One thousand UPS Teamsters just held a national conference call to discuss plans to fight healthcare cuts and win a better contract.

Members in supplements across the country are passing out bulletins, planning parking lot meetings, and circulating petitions to tell Hoffa-Hall and the company: "We'll Keep Voting No Until UPS Gets it Right!"

TDU is helping to network UPS Teamsters who want to get involved with these efforts.

Now's the time to stand up for our healthcare and our contract—not stand on the sidelines.

Stand with your Teamster brothers and sisters. Click here to get involved with the campaign to Make UPS Deliver a better contract.


"We voted the UPS contract down in the Central Region by working together. We made Vote No t-shirts and passed out information at our buildings. Members got informed and involved.

"Now we've got to keep moving ahead. TDU is the only group that brings UPS Teamsters together across the country. That's why I'm TDU. Isn't it time you joined too?"

Rhonda Hanshaw, Local 413, Columbus, Ohio

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