Did You Run for Delegate? Then Save on the TDU Convention

Members who ran for delegate or alternate can now save an extra $25 off their registration to the Convention. Register before Sept. 1 and you'll get a second $25 discount on top of that. That's a $50 savings.

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More Teamster members ran for delegate or alternate this year than ever. And many of you spent precious time, resources, and money on your campaigns.

We want to recognize all the dedicated members who ran for delegate or alternate—whether you won or lost—and help get you to the TDU Convention in Chicago Sept. 3 through Oct. 2.

Members who ran for delegate or alternate can now save an extra $25 off their registration to the Convention. Register before Sept. 1 and you'll get a second $25 discount on top of that. That's a $50 savings. 

TDU Convention registration costs $225, including meals. You'll pay just $175 after your discounts. The hotel will cost $52.50 (double-occupancy) or $105/night for a single.

The TDU Convention will take place just weeks before ballots are mailed out in the IBT Election, and will serve as major in-person gathering of Teamster United supporters to plan the get-out-the-vote push to win this fall.

Click here register online, and enter the code Delegate at the Checkout to get your $25 off.

Or call TDU today at 313-842-2600 to register or get more info on the TDU Convention.

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