We'd like to thank the many folks that have called and offered their support during our strike. As members of our community, whether in the P.T.A., coaching in our children's sports leagues, or being active in our local churches, we know our values and the values of our community are the same. Our local businesses, area unions, and individuals have stepped up and volunteered and donated to our cause. Having support from you is what keeps us going, for justice in the workplace. Thank you all!
We would like to thank Rusty Rice Commercial Sales Manager from James Wood Motors for the generous donation of cases of Water to help hydrate our members on the Picket Line. It was greatly appreciated and will be put to good use. Pictured below is Rusty Rice delivering the donation to Negotiator Mark Stewart.
Click here to visit James Wood Motor's Main Website
Click here to go to James Wood Motor's Commercial Trucks Website
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We would like to thank Property Manager Adrian Catalano pictured below with ADBR David Faith. Adrian is from Westpoint at Scenic Vista Apts who stopped by in case he has not been able to identify all of his Striking Residents to send them a message.
"Current Union Members should reach out to the Property Manager Adrian Catalano to discuss rent support during the Strike" Adrian can be reached at (817) 560-7770) Please visit their website with the link below as well....
Westpoint at Scenic Vista
We would like to thank Nicole, Emma, and Tim from American Income Life for donating the Chicken Dinners for the Picketers. Tim is not in the picture below because he was walking the Picket Line.
Aaron's at 9520 White Settlement Rd has donated a lease for a big-screen TV for the duration of our strike, and Business Reps Tim Smith, Doyle Huddleston and David Webb are donating the other half of the rental cost, so we can have a big-screen TV in the Union Hall for news... Well, and maybe a baseball game or two! Come down to the hall, it'll be here at 6 PM tonight, Friday night!
Tiffany, Sales Manager and Brandi, General Manager of Aaron's.
Soda Springs BBQ, just a mile west of the main gate, has always been a strong supporter of this Union. Owner Scott “Red” Lewis’ family has been in business in the area for decades. Red and Soda Springs has supported us in EVERY STRIKE here at the District. They have donated food, and they are offering a special at cost ONLY for striking union members. When this strike is over – and it will be at some point – we need to remember the businesses that supported us and we need to support them.
Soda Springs and the other local businesses are going to be hurting without our business during this strike. A strike is about everyone standing together for stronger communities. We all should give Red and the other businesses a big thanks for their support. We appreciate our community backing us!
Scott "Red" Lewis and wife Brenda
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Any members on strike who have previously purchased additional benefits with American Income Life Insurance, you can pick up waiver forms at the front desk in the Union office to waive your insurance premium during the authorized strike. These premiums will be waived during the strike, and you do not have to repay them.
Strike Waiver of Premium Claim forms are available at the Union Hall front desk. Remember they must be signed by a Union Officer before mailing....
Here is a link to thier Website:
American Income Life Insurance Company
Shey Stout and Jason Beckman from American Income Life Insurance
just back from walking the Picket Line....