How did that Coca-Cola strike ever turn out?


Remember late last summer when 34 workers at the Coca-Cola distribution center on Auto Center Way went on strike? They had joined 500 other Coca-Cola workers in Western Washington, angry, in part, because they said that the company was asking them to contribute more for their health-care plans.

It turns out that the workers did get a new five-year contract last May, one that was “not good,” but “not horrible,” according to Mike Rodenbucher of Teamsters Local 589.

Here’s the link to one of the stories:

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