Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Bethlehem's First Labor Day Parade in Fifty Years

Democratic Talk Radio blogger Stephen Crockett reports that the United Steelworkers will sponsor a Labor Day parade, starting at 10:30 am at Main and Spring Streets in Bethlehem. According to Crockett, it will be the Christmas City's first Labor Day parade in over fifty years.

He wants to turn his '97 Ford Explorer into a "rolling billboard" for the union movement, and is asking for union stickers to plaster all over his ride. If you have a bumper sticker for Steve, you can drop it off at USW Local 2599 Hall in Bethlehem, PA (53 East Lehigh Street) or The Mailroom union print shop in Allentown, PA (1231 Airport Road).

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