The Big Gulp has won a big victory in New York's highest court.
The Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld lower court rulings that the city's Board of Health exceeded its authority in 2012 by enacting a ban on large sugary beverages.
By a 3-1 margin, Local 812 members at Phoenix/Lobo Beverages in Brooklyn N.Y., and Montgomery N.Y., ratified a new 5-year agreement. The company employees 350 Local 812 members. The contract solidifies job security, wage increases, pension, medical protection and much more.Read More
At a recent Local 812 general membership meeting, Senator David Carlucci dropped by to tell members how much he appreciates the support of the union and to let us know that he's there for us. In the photo, Senator Carlucci is flanked by President Ed Weber and Secretary-Treasurer Joe Vitta.Read More
Unions give every member the opportunity to stand up for justice and dignity. It's not just contracts; everyone who works hard for a living should have some power on the job, a way of challenging management without worrying about being fired.
We join together for a voice in the workplace, rights on the job, and to secure a better life for our families and ourselves. Dues provide the resources necessary to run our union.Read More
President Ed Weber and the entire Local 812 Executive Board thank all of our members working at Pepsi Bottling Ventures (Pepsi Meadowbrook) for their support, understanding and cooperation during the negotiations that the Executive Board undertook regarding the purchase of the Company's Nassau and Suffolk County Territories by Pepsi New York.Read More
Over the past few months the 812 "HANDS OFF OUR WORK" campaign has attracted a lot of attention. Not only by members, but also from the companies themselves.Read More
Friday, July 25th is Local 812 night at Yankee stadium.
Members are eligible for savings on national brands and local shops, including sporting and entertainment events. Go to the website for chances to win awesome prizes such as gift cards, tickets, spa packages and electronics.
In a victory for Local 812 Snapple members, Phoenix/Lobo takes over Snapple's Newburgh Distribution. As a result, Local 812 members are offered full employment under a great contract.
In a fateful decision eight years ago, the workers of Snapple Newburgh reached out to join Local 812.Read More
In loving memory of Matt Scarpati, son of Local 812 Comptroller Jim Scarpati and his wife Lynn Scarpati, Local 812 proudly participated in The Miles For Matt Celebrate 5K Run.
The mission of the Miles for Matt Foundation is to support the educational journey of students, their development through sports activities and for recreational safety in public venues.Read More
The Local 812 members at Cedar Beverages in Long Island voted 2-1 in favor of a new 5-year agreement. Cedar Beverage delivers products such as Yuengling, Miller Beer Products, Guinness and Colt 45 on the east end of Long Island. Cedar Beverages sister company, Boening Distributors, ratified their new 5-year agreement last year. The Oak Beverages contract is due to expire in June.Read More
Annual Local 812 Scholarship Fund Fishing Trip
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Freeport, Long Island
With Captain Lou - bait, tackle, food and beverages included.
During 2011 contract negotiations, Local 812 called Coke out on its use of Southeastern Container, which operates a non-union "PET" bottle manufacturing plant in Wappinger's Falls, NY employing up to 25 full-time employees. Local 812 demanded that Coca Cola use union labor and promised to organize the facility within the next year.Read More
Over the past few months, companies have been on the attack, so it is important that members do everything possible to work smarter and safer. Local 812 is there to defend members when the company wrongly writes up, disciplines or fires a worker.Read More