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Union to begin airing radio spots about Mills Fleet Farm project
Nov 22, 2011 | 2102 views | 9 9 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Local 563 of the Laborers’ International Union of North America is continuing its campaign regarding the Mills Fleet Farm project in Carver with radio spots.



According to a union press release, the group is airing “radio ads in key markets” beginning Friday as “part of a continuing effort to persuade Fleet Farm to stop using unskilled and cheap labor from out of town for the retail outlet’s construction.”
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anonymous
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December 01, 2011
I worked for not work for.
Workervoice
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December 01, 2011
Well I work for Mills and have to say if they ever looked into this companies everyday business they would find alot more. I could lose my job just talking about a union here.
anonymous
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November 23, 2011
Unions complain about not hiring there monkeys to perform work. No money for the union coffers. LOL Thats the future for this corruption.
JohnBrunette
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November 23, 2011
My dad performed the same quality work when he was union as when we wasn't. Odd jobs he picked up during a strike were done just as well as those on the job site.
JohnBrunette
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November 22, 2011
I just listened to this ridiculous radio ad. And Randy Maluchnik claims the union isn't suggesting a boycott of Fleet Farm. Just what the heck do you think this ad is designed to do, sir? It's extremely naive to think this is designed to harm Fleet Farm. I wouldn't be the least bit shocked if there next job site has NO union workers on it. Mine sure wouldn't.
No surprise
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November 23, 2011
You shouldn't be surprised John. Maluchnik always

plays both sides of an issue. Just depends who he is talking to.
The Infidel
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November 22, 2011
And the propaganda machine continues. Is it any wonder why there is such disdain for unions? All they do is whine and cry about how unfair it is unless its 100% to their liking. They once had their time and place. They can go away now. They've outlived their usefulness. (I.e. NWA, Crystal Sugar, NBA, etc...)
Union man
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November 29, 2011
Much the same as re-puke-licants! They have outlived thierry usefulness too!
JohnBrunette
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November 30, 2011
Seriously? Re-puke-licants? Now I understand the inflatible rat at the Mills site. Perhaps we do need more moeny for education afterall...
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