About Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO
Please join us for a Retirement Celebration in honor of Bill Camp!
From working in the fields with Cesar Chavez, to organizing medical brigades in Honduras, to his work as Sacramento's iconic Labor Leader, Bill Camp epitomizes the Labor and Progressive Movements from North America to Central America- and we intend to send him off into the retirement world in grand Southern style!
Hush-puppies, Suspenders, Sweet Tea & Southern Smoked Meats- Black-Eyed Peas, Fried Green Tomatoes and the Sacramento Labor Chorus!
You don't want to miss the epic- kick-off party of the Sacramento summer season to say 'Thank You' to the Sacramento Central Labor Council's dedicated Labor Leader Bill Camp upon his retirement!
FRIDAY, MAY 1st 6-9PM
THE COURTYARD @ 1801 ‘L’
(SEATING IS LIMITED- RSVP TODAY!)
HOSTED BY THE SACRAMENTO CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL & SOTIRIS KOLOKOTRONIS
$60 RABBLE ROUSER Individual Tickets
$5,000 MAY DAY
10 TICKETS, MAIN STAGE SIGNAGE & PROGRAM RECOGNITION
$3,500 SOLIDARITY SALOON
10 TICKETS, BAR SIGNAGE & PROGRAM RECOGNITION
$2,500 FRUITS OF LABOR
10 TICKETS, DESSERT TABLE SIGNAGE & PROGRAM RECOGNITION
$1,500 LABOR PEACE LOBBY
8 TICKETS, LOBBY SIGNAGE & PROGRAM RECOGNITION
$750 THE PICKET & BOYCOTT
5 TICKETS & PROGRAM RECOGNITION
$500 LOCK-OUT & WALK-OUT
3 TICKETS & PROGRAM RECOGNITION
TO SPONSOR or PURCHASE TICKETS CONTACT TERESA@SACRAMENTOLABOR.ORG OR 916-927-9772
Program ads are also available! Contact Teresa@SacramentoLabor.org for pricing & size information
$20 Business card sized farewell message ads
The Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO is about working people standing together.
As a Labor Council we protect the rights and dignities of working people in six counties - Sacramento, Yolo, Amador, Nevada, Placer, and El Dorado.
We represent: Teachers who challenge our children in the classroom, Electricians who repair damaged power lines to make sure we have electricity, Nurses who strive to heal us when your sick, Restaurant Workers who provide high quality service with a smile, Cashiers who handle our groceries with care, Janitors who ensure your workplace is clean and many, many more service and construction industry professionals.
With everyone joining together and standing with one another, we are working men and women speaking collectively with one powerful voice. Our solidarity gives us a seat at the table with employers when negotiating fair wages, healthcare, retirement security, workplace safety and much more.
We are the men and women standing up for our communities and the middle class. At the Labor Council, we are:
Working People Standing Together.
To Volunteer with the Labor Council, call 916.927.9772 or email Tamie@SacramentoLabor.org
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