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HURRICANE RECOVERY CENTER HIGHLIGHTS UNION SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS; CWA, AT&T PARTNERSHIP PART OF NATIONWIDE CWA EFFORT

 HURRICANE RECOVERY CENTER HIGHLIGHTS UNION SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS;
 CWA, AT&T PARTNERSHIP PART OF NATIONWIDE CWA EFFORT
 HOMESTEAD, Fla., Oct. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hurricane Recovery "One Stop Center" that opened today in Homestead as a joint effort by AT&T, the Communications Workers of America, and the AFL-CIO, is part of a nationwide effort by the CWA to support victims of Hurricane Andrew.
 "CWA members from around the country have contributed over $100,000 to our Disaster Relief Fund, to assist the hundreds of CWA families who were devastated by this tragedy," said CWA Executive Vice President M.E. Nichols. "And our members have answered the call with their labor and skills to help rebuild South Florida. We are very proud of how our union members have opened their hearts and their wallets to support those who have sustained so much loss. We are union, family and very proud of it."
 The One Stop Center provides families and businesses with an efficient and reliable resource to rebuild the commercial and residential areas that were destroyed by Hurricane Andrew. The center is located near the intersection of U.S. 1 and 312th Street, by the Homestead Water Tower. For more information, consumers can call 800-227-0944.
 CWA represents over 600,000 workers in telecommunications, printing, publishing, media, health care, and the public sector in the United States and Canada.
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 /CONTACT: Jeff Miller or Gaye Williams Mack of the Communications Workers of America, 202-434-1172/ CO: Communications Workers of America; AT&T ST: Florida IN: TLS SU:


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