WEST BERLIN, N.J. -- United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1360 here, which represents more than 9,000 employees, has launched an ad campaign to ward off nonunion operators that may be eyeing the southern New Jersey market. nity groups if nonunion chains select sites, he said. The campaign marks the first time Local 1360 has taken action before a nonunion chain opens a store, Bowman told SN. "There is a lot of talk about different stores coming into the area," he said. "There is nothing ...

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