Campaign Specialty Items
Looking for an easy, high-impact way to get the sometimes complex messages about the problems with unions across to voters? Do you need a way to counter the “too good to be true” promises of a union organizer? Try one (or all) of these battle-tested Specialty Items in your next campaign.
Every union avoidance campaign will benefit from specialty items that further develop and focus your pro-employee, union-free message. These items are a simple way to communicate often complex ideas, or of injecting humor into a rigorous campaign. Some items are specifically designed to create a positive bandwagon effect as a union representation election approaches. Their greatest value is as quick, tangible reminders to voters of the many negatives of supporting the union.
|Warranty Coupon Books||Warranty Coupons dramatically illustrate how empty the union’s promises really are. Concerned voters won’t hesitate to confront a union organizer with their coupon booklets and ask for signed guarantees - something no organizer will give. When this happens, the core issues of many union campaigns begin to crumble. Available in English or Spanish.|
|Strike Computers||Strike Calculators are a simple way to communicate the often complex idea of how much money a strike could cost an employee and his or her family. These easy-to-use handouts let your employees calculate for themselves how much in wages they could lose during a union strike and how long they would have to work to recover the lost income. A voter simply sets the Strike Computer on the amount of money they make per week and the number of weeks a strike might last. (Available in three pay ranges: $300-$550 per week; $450-$700 per week; $600-$850 per week).|
|Vote No! Wristbands||Another great way to keep your campaign message on target 24/7 is wearable items imprinted with a union-free message. These powerful little personal billboards allow union-free supporters to express their opposition to union membership while also reminding undecided voters of the tide of popular opinion running against the union. Vote NO! wristbands are a great way for company supporters to express their view in a subtle way, especially in workplaces where buttons or other items might cause safety concerns.|
|Click on picture above to see options.||Vote NO! buttons are another great way for company supporters to show their coworkers how they feel about a union coming into the company. A variety of colorful and eye-catching messages are applied to sturdy 2.25 inch diameter buttons. These items can create a positive bandwagon effect as a union representation election approaches.They’re fun, high-impact, and can help voters relax a bit during what can often be a stressful campaign.|