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Beverage distributor workers go on strike


June 26, 2013

AUSTINTOWN — About 23 truck drivers and warehouse workers for a local beverage distributor hit the picket lines early Tuesday morning after working without a labor contract since June 1....

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Jul-02-13 11:07 AM

NewtonfallsHowland go crawl back into your hole

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Jun-29-13 10:59 PM

Obama doesn't come to Ohio to bail out dumb@$$ strikers who don't know when they have it good. If they lose their jobs it's their own dumb fault!

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Jun-29-13 4:54 PM

Don't worry folks Obama will help them out

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Jun-27-13 5:05 PM

Just in case people don't know this, there aren't strikes in other areas like Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati. This is why no one will bother to build a distribution center, you know, create jobs in the area. They don't want to deal with this type of ridiculum.

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Jun-27-13 4:52 PM

As with any job with any company in the US, if you are not happy with the terms of the employment, you are free to seek employment elsewhere. If there are beer shortages, the honking passerbys could turn into a different type of greeting, ha ha. Idiots.

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Jun-26-13 7:12 AM

I'm curious to see some specifics, wages and benefits NOW and what are they asking for, guess that's all a big secret.

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Jun-26-13 4:36 AM

Be careful guys. Nobody wins with a strike. You don't want to jack pot yourself, especially if you're pushing 50 or more, as there are thousands that can take your place in a heartbeat.

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