Significant steps taken in their first collective agreement.
By the time the weekend was over, hundreds of people had come by and expressed their support.
Group sent clear message to employer after turning down first agreement with 95% strike vote.
They could be on the picket line as soon as Saturday July 8, and have invited the community to join them throughout the summer for what they are calling Solidarity Saturdays.
It’s great news for the more than 400 workers at the plant. “This is going to make a real difference in my family’s life,” said Zack Cockle.
Unionization can open new opportunities for negotiating dignity, safety, and justice for brewery workers countrywide