BOSTON, MA (November 2, 2019) – Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty visited Teamsters Local 25 members working at UPS Customer Care Center in South Boston. Councilor Flaherty is a Teamsters Local 25 member himself, having worked at Airborne Express, where he developed an abiding appreciation for the benefits of organized labor to the lives of working families in Boston and across the state. During his years of public service, Councilor Flaherty has proven to be a strong leader and a champion for blue collar workers. He also shares the vision of Teamsters Local 25 President Sean O’Brien of a well-trained, well-paid workforce that truly reflects the diversity which makes Boston and its neighborhoods a great place to live and work. Councilor Flaherty greeted UPS workers as they arrived at the large shipping center in South Boston, seeking their continued support and hearing their thoughts and concerns. Councilor Flaherty earned the endorsement Teamsters Local 25 in the upcoming Boston City Council Election on November 5th.
Teamsters Local 25 is New England’s largest Teamster union with more than 12,500 members. For more information about Teamsters Local 25, please visit www.teamsterslocal25.com.
Photo 1: (Left to right) – UPS South Boston Shop Steward Antonio Santana of Hyde Park and Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty of South Boston.
Photo 2: (Left to right) – Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty, Cori Boston of Roslindale and Mardoche Laine of Brockton.