We’re back! Please make plans to join us on Monday, September 5th at 9:00AM at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 650 Hanover Street in Manchester

​We hope you’re having a fantastic summer but before you know it, it will be time for the 2022 Labor Day Breakfast! Now is the time to reserve your tickets and sponsorships!

On Monday, September 5th, we’ll be getting together to celebrate New Hampshire’s workers at our 2022 Labor Day Breakfast. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we haven’t been able to get together this way for the past several years so we’re especially eager to get together to honor the men and women who have helped improve the lives of working families across our nation. Labor Day is a day for celebrating the triumphs of working Americans, such as ending child labor, improving workplace safety, fighting for a livable wage, and, yes, creating the weekend. And we are looking forward to celebrating with you!

In honor of this important holiday, the New Hampshire AFL-CIO is proud to offer some attractive sponsorship packages for VIPs like you. ALL OF THESE SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES AND INDIVIDUAL TICKETS ($30.00) MAY BE PURCHASED ONLINE OR BY MAILING A CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO NH AFL-CIO OR BY STOPPING BY AT 161 HOOKSETT, LONDONDERRY TURNPIKE, HOOKSETT, NH 03106.
Sponsorship Packages:
$1,000 — 1-page program ad PLUS one booth for materials and signups PLUS up to 10 event tickets
$500 — 1-page program ad PLUS one booth OR up to 5 event tickets
$250 — 1/2 page program ad PLUS one full-sized booth OR up to 5 event tickets
$100 — 1/4 page program ad PLUS 2 event tickets
Additional sponsorship opportunities are available, including tables of 8.
Ad dimensions:
8.5×11 Two facing pages 
8.5×5.5 Full page 
4.25×5.5 Half page 
4.25×2.75 Quarter page 

The 2022 New Hampshire AFL-CIO Labor Day Breakfast will be held at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 650 Hanover Street in Manchester on Monday, September 5th at 9am.

Since we last hosted our breakfast, we’ve worked together to stop right-to-work legislation, secured the right of local governments to use union labor, and fought, week after week, to defend teachers’ ability to negotiate fairly, to teach honestly, and have safe workplaces to return to in the wake of the pandemic.

You may also contact us at Communications@nhaflcio.org.
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