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TWU has represented workers on New York City’s Gray Line tourist buses for over 50 years. In 2009, the company merged with another company whose workers were represented by a different union, the United Service Workers. The recent election was TWU’s attempt to keep the relationship between the two companies from eroding TWU’s contractual standards, and from subtracting from the number of jobs and job opportunities available to our members.
Gray Line tour guide Marion Barash with her walkerIn the days leading up to the vote, what transpired was a display of exactly the effort TWU is most proud of: a mobilization of the resources, spirit and commitment that’s indicative of the fighting, militant union we’ve promised to become. TWU locals from across divisions came together with TWU International to support Local 225 in the fight of its life, battling for 500+ members and the reputation and integrity of our union.
Read more>> September 30, 2015

Hank Trujillo, Jose Galarza and Alex Garcia

The TWU Veterans Committee will once again support Operation Military Embrace’s annual “Operation Free PX” drive, which collects clothing, household items and funds for wounded warriors recovering at San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas. Each year, TWU locals from around the country donate their time, resources and generous gifts to benefit nearly 21,000 soldiers and their families during the holiday season. 

Read more>> September 08, 2015

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President Harry Lombardo is proud to award this year’s Michael J. Quill Scholarships to several deserving students. Since 1970, TWU International has held an annual drawing to provide college tuition assistance to the deserving children of hard working TWU members.

Read more>> May 28, 2015







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