Labor 411 San Francisco

San Francisco, with its world-class restaurants, breathtaking bridges, progressive politics and heart-pumping hills, has a little bit of something for everyone. So whether you’re a first time visitor or a long-time local, get ready for some fun touring the City by the Bay, knowing your dollars are supporting good jobs and responsible employers who treat their workers well. When it comes to food, take your pick of nearly 70 restaurants, from the trendy Public House to old-school joints like Sam’s Grill. Where to stay? Choose from more than 50 hotels, from the elegant Fairmont to comfortable stays like the Best Western Americania. Are animals your thing? Try the SF Zoo. And sports fans, be sure and take in a game at the landmark AT&T ballpark. All of these stops are union shops, which means you’re helping to build a stronger economy and a better future for Bay-area residents. That’s a powerful purchase.

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“Labor 411 makes it easy to make ethical consumer decisions. It’s a perfect fit for a progressive city like San Francisco. We are happy to welcome Labor 411 to the Bay Area so our residents can feel empowered as shoppers to know that the ordinary things they buy – food, tires, even beer – are made by Americans earning good wages and benefits. Together we are rebuilding America’s middle class.”

In Solidarity,

Executive Director
San Francisco Labor Council

 

 


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Executive Board: San Francisco

Mike Casey, President, Unite Here Local 2
Olga Miranda, Secretary Treasurer, SEIU Local 87
Conny Ford, Vice President for Community Activities, OPEIU Local 3
Larry Mazzola, Sr., Vice President for Affiliate Support, Plumbers Local 38
Alisa Messer, Vice President for Community Activities, AFT 2121
Alan Benjamin, OPEIU 3
Danny Campbell, Sheet Metal 104
Vince Courtney, Laborers 261
F.X. Crowley, IATSE 16
Tim Donovan, IBEW 6
Maureen Dugan, CNA
Mark Gleason, IBT 665
Rudy Gonzalez, IBT 856
Art Gonzalez, IAM 1414
Maria Guillen, SEIU 1021
Dennis Kelly, UESF
Gunnar Lundeberg, SUP
Margaret Mann, AFSCME 3299
Frank Martin del Campo, LCLAA
Larry Mazzola, Jr., Plumbers 38
Robert Morales, Teamsters 350
Bob Muscat, IFPTE 21
Thomas O’Connor, IAFF 798
Fred Pecker, ILWU 6
Dan Prince, Iron Workers 377
Michael Sharpe, UFCW 648
Denise Solis, SEIU USWW
Michael Theriault, SFBCTC
Joe Toback, Sign & Display 510
John Ulrich, UFCW 5