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Food workers union keeps pressure on Nemenz



Published: Mon, October 27, 2008 @ 3:54 p.m.

A union is keeping the pressure on local grocer Henry Nemenz even though he closed his store in Hubbard.

The United Food and Commercial Workers sent Nemenz a letter last week that said it intended to place informational pickets at his Poland Save-A-Lot store. The union also started picketing his Save-A-Lot store in Sharon, Pa., right after the Hubbard IGA store closed Sept. 8.

“They are bound and determined to put me out of business where ever they can,” Nemenz said.

Officials at the Cleveland headquarters of UFCW Local 880 could not be reached for comment.

Read more in Tuesday’s Vindicator and Vindy.com


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1Bull_Chip(170 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Please allow me to guess what the UFCW response would have been:

‘YOU WILL shop where we say and work where we say and think the way we tell you and pay us for the privilege!

YOU WILL bow down to and worship the power of the RAT and we his minions.

The steel mills will reopen!'

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2Ken(153 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Mr. Nemenz is one of the best people in the valley. I know first hand that working for him is a pleasure and he treats everyone as family. It's too bad the union mentality still exists in this area!

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