ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Two Twin Cities-area United Food and Commercial Workers Union locals have joined together to wage an informational campaign aimed at convincing employees at mass merchandisers to strive for better wages and benefits.
The union effort's most noticeable component is likely to be a $150,000 radio advertising campaign set to begin next month, when Target Corp., Minneapolis, is scheduled to open three SuperTarget stores in the Twin Cities area.
Bill Pearson, president, UFCW ...
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