Are you concerned about our union's future and ready to get involved to make a difference? The TDU Convention is the place for you.
This year it will take place from Oct. 24-26 at the Cleveland Airport Sheraton.
Meet Teamsters from across North America who are enforcing our contracts and defending our benefits, getting members involved to protect our rights, and rebuilding Teamster Power.
Click here to register today.
Hope for Our Union's Future
“The members of Local 743 are turning our union around. It’s a big job and it won’t happen overnight. We’ve got to replace apathy with hope that by working together we can make things better.
“I found renewed hope last year at the TDU Convention. That’s where you go if you want to turn our union around. We have a lot of new people getting involved in our union, and we’ll be bringing them to the Convention this October.”
Larry S. Davis
Local 743 Vice President
Feeling Isolated? You're Not Alone
“I feel like I’ve been taking on UPS on my own for a long time-and I felt all alone fighting my own battles.
“Last year I went to my first TDU convention, and I absolutely loved it. I saw that I’m not alone—everybody was coming together with a common cause.
“When I came home I told the guys they have to come this year. See you in Cleveland.”
UPS Package Car Driver
Local 957, Dayton, Ohio
Teamster Education & Meetings
Workshops on Legal Rights on the Job | Pension Rights | Winning Strong Contracts | Strategic Grievance Handling | Safety | Proving Your Case for Arbitrators and Panels | Running for Office | and many more....
Plus special meetings for UPS, freight, carhaul, DHL, and other Teamsters.
Guest Speaker Barbara Ehrenreich
Barbara Ehrenreich, the author of the best-selling book Nickel and Dimed.
Barbara worked minimum-wage jobs as a waitress, hotel housecleaner, and Wal-Mart employee to research her book.
Members are lining up their vacation days now to attend the 2008 convention, Oct. 24-26 in Cleveland.
Click here to register for the Convention.
Contact TDU to find out more. Click here to send a message, or call (313) 842-2600.