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Your Disney World vacation supports these unions

Posted on March 11, 2013
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Planning a Disney World trip for spring break or summer vacation?  In addition to the fun you'll have, the dollars you spend will support over 27,000 hard working Disney employees that belong to these unions:

  • UNITEHERE! 362: Attractions, custodial, vacation planners, auto plaza
  • INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS LOCAL 385: Bus operations, character department, laundry, ranch, parking attendants
  • UNITED FOOD AND COMMERCIAL WORKERS 1625: Florists, merchandise, tipped banquet employees
  • UNITEHERE! 737: Food & beverage, servers, housekeepers
  • TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION INTERNATIONAL UNION 1908: Front desk, concierges, child care, bell services, valet, lifeguards, golf operations, house persons, arcades, watercraft operations and monorails
  • INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF THEATRICAL & STAGE EMPLOYEES 631: Costuming, cosmetology, stage techs
  • ACTORS' EQUITY ASSOCIATION: Actors, singers, dancers, stunt performers, stage managers

Make sure to book a union hotel. 

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