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    Wisconsin Teamsters Field Action Group
    Teamster Local Unions in Wisconsin are building power and staying strong in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. The best way for us to do that is to be united and stay connected. Enter your contact info in here so we can keep you up-to-date on latest developments at the Local, at our job sites and in the political arena. And let us know if you'd like to get more involved in Local Union political activity.
    • Sideline The Filibuster

      Dear Union Sisters, Brothers, and Supporters of Labor: 

      As you know, Anti-Union politicians are working to take away our democracy. As union members we are very familiar with efforts to keep us from having fair union elections. We know corporations try to rig the outcome of elections to maintain their power and stop our organizing. 

      Undemocratic elections silence workers and empower companies to exploit them. If voters are not able to have our votes fairly counted, we will no longer have a government of the people, it will further become a government of the powerful and connected.  

      We need to pass the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the Freedom to Vote Act. To do this we need to turn up the heat on all Senators to ensure they know our unions are paying attention, and we’re ready to fight. 

      President Shuler has challenged every state to drive 1,000 calls during our call-in actions, which starts today, for each Senator to turn up the heat. 

      What this will require is outreach to leaders and delegates of our councils to drive calls into both Senator Johnson’s and Senator Baldwin’s offices. Think of the best ways to drive as many calls as possible from your council and labor union. We must act now. 


      There is a click to call link that has gone out, which makes this process simple. 

      • Click on this link and fill out the contact information including your cell phone number. 
      • Once you submit the form, your phone will automatically receive a call which puts you through to the AFL-CIO Legislative Hotline. 
      • Since you have given your zip code they will direct you to the offices of your Wisconsin Senators. 
      • It will prompt you with a message to Sideline the Filibuster and pass voting rights bills to protect our free and fair elections. 
      • You will next be connected to your first Senator. You will likely get their voicemail and will need to leave a message. After the first message you will press the * [star key] on your phone, which will automatically push you through to do the same with your second Senator. 
      • This process should only take a few minutes and will send a message that the Labor Movement in Wisconsin is plugged in and paying attention to what the Senate is doing to protect our voting rights. 

      You can also dial directly:  1-866-832-1560 

      Share this on your social media accounts and ask your board members and delegates to participate. 


      Our democracy is under attack. To protect it we must sideline the filibuster and protect our right to vote. Call your Senators TODAY!

      Dial 1-866-832-1560 or Click to Make a Call to Sideline the Filibuster

      Congratulations OZ Slate!

      Congratulations to Sean O'Brien, Fred Zuckerman & the OZ slate on being elected to lead our Teamsters Union.

      We look forward to working with you. Solidarity!
      Teamsters Local 662

      Congratulations to our 2021 Teamsters Local 662 Scholarship winners!

      Zachary McManamy, son of Todd McManamy, Pan-O-Gold $1,000.00

      Mattea Kowalski, daughter of Scott Kowalski, Advance Auto Parts $500.00

      Paige Seidl, daughter of Eric Seidl, Borden Dairy $500.00

      Mackenzi Meyer, daughter of Steve Haluska, Russel Metals $500.00

      Ashley Powell, daughter of James Powell, Stevens Point Brewery $500.00

      Ryan Broeckel, son of Robert Broeckel, Milk Products $500.00

      Sophie Albrecht, daughter of Amy Albrecht, Village of Milltown $500.00

      Kyler Rakovec, son of Bridget Rakovec, Clark County Courthouse $500.00

      Jensen Beyer, son of Richard Beyer, Gauthier and Sons Construction $500.00

      Natalie Delzer, daughter of Richard Delzer, Borden Dairy $500.00 

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      Teamsters Union Local 662 is a proud sponsor of Homes For Our Troops golf benefit!

      We had the pleasure of meeting Iraqi war veteran Mike Gower, Homes For Our Troops prior recipient. This is a very worthy cause, building specialty homes for vets returning home with injuries.
      Teamsters JC39 Announces New Executive Board!

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      Teamsters Joint Council 39 Supports the PRO Act


      The Senate is currently considering their version of the bipartisan infrastructure package that is a major policy priority for the Senate, President Biden, and the Teamsters. We need to let senators know that Teamster members like you are in support of this bill. Will you take two minutes and write an email to your senators to let them know that you support the bill?

      The Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act represents the greatest investment in the American workforce in over 80 years and will create an average of over 2 million jobs per year over the next decade. As Teamsters, we know that any infrastructure bill before congress needs to make significant and lasting investments in every community before it is worthy of our support. The Senate bipartisan infrastructure bill does just that.

      The Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act includes $550 billion in new federal investment in America’s infrastructure. This includes significant funding for roads, bridges, transit, rail, ports, airports, water and energy infrastructure.

      President Biden has been clear that this infrastructure investment must create good union jobs. To that end, the bill includes important labor standards like broad Davis Bacon coverage and a comprehensive Buy America provision to ensure that all taxpayer-funded infrastructure and public works projects are built with American manufactured products and construction materials.

      We need your help – email your Senators today and tell them that you support the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. As a Teamster, you know just how important it is to make lasting investments in our nation’s infrastructure. By passing this bill, we will be one step closer to making President Biden’s campaign promise of Building Back Better a reality.

      Click HERE to write a letter to your senator today.

      Congratulations Scholarship Winner Sophie Albrecht!

      Secretary Treasurer Tim Wentz congratulates Sophie Albrecht, the $10,000.00 recipient of one of the James R Hoffa scholarships for next fall. Sophie is the daughter of member Amy Albrecht, who is the Treasurer/Clerk for the village of Milltown. Sophie will be attending the university of Wisconsin La-Crosse. I had the opportunity to visit with both of them recently. Amy is a very proud mother who states that Sophie was so excited when she found out she won that she could barely talk but was very honored to receive the scholarship. Sophie states she is not sure of what her major will be at this point, but will be pursuing something business related. Sophie was very active in high school and is looking forward to starting her new adventure in college. Sophie is a very bright and outgoing young lady with a great personality who we are sure will succeed in anything she pursues, and Local 662 would like to wish her continued success in what ever career she chooses.
      HOFFA: Biden's Roll Back of Independent Contractor Rule is a Win for Workers


      Build Back Better:
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      New Website

      Welcome!!  Teamsters Local 662 has a new website.  With the new website we hope to make it easier for our members to stay informed on current events that are occurring.  We will be adding more content as we go forward.  If you are visiting please inform other members/retirees about the website.


      Make sure you do not get missed when the Local sends out important information.  Please keep your contact information up-to-date.  If you have moved or changed addresses in the last six months, please contact your Local Union Branch, so that your contact information can be brought up-to-date.


      If you have been laid off, terminated, quit, are on sick leave, or have retired from your Teamster employment, BE SURE TO REQUEST A WITHDRAWAL CARD from your Union Office.  You may either call, stop in or write to the Union Office.  Your dues must be paid for the last month in which you worked.  Be sure to include your Social Security number and your last date of work.

      IBT Plan

    • January 27, 2022

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      Notice Of Local Union Plan Submission
      Form To All Members Of
      Teamsters Local Union No.

      The proposed Local Union Plan to nominate and elect delegates to the 2016 IBT Convention to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, in June 2016 was submitted to the Election Supervisor on September 14, 2015.

      The Election Plan is available for inspection at the Local Union office at:
      850 State Hwy 153, Suite D Mosinee, WI

      by any member of the Local Union, any candidate for International office, and by the International Union or any subordinate body. Upon request, each of the foregoing has the right to obtain a copy of the Plan at no cost. Inspection may be made during the usual hours of the Local Union office, which are:

      8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday

      Any interested Union member or body has the right to submit written comments to the Election Supervisor concerning the Local Union Plan within fifteen (15) days of the submission of the plan to the Election Supervisor. Written comments should be addressed to:

      Office of the Election Supervisor for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters 1050 17u' Street, NW, Suite 375
      Washington, DC 20036
      844-428-8683 Toll Free
      Facsimile: 202-774-5526


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