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NLRB ISSUES DECISION; RON JAWORSKI'S HOLIDAY INN STADIUM HOTEL ACTS APPROPRIATELY UNDER FEDERAL LABOR LAW

 PHILADELPHIA, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was issued today by GF Management President Kenneth Cochenour:
 "On May 18th, the NLRB issued a decision stating that the charges of local 274 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union of unfair labor practices lacked merit, and the employer was fully within its rights as to its practices in opening and running this hotel.
 "Jaworski has stated many times that it is his desire to work with unions and to hire union personnel. On May 7, 1993, Ron responded to members of the local union sharing his views with them and explaining the position of management. He explained that they had been terminated by the former owners, not by his group. Jaworski and GF Management encouraged union members to attend a recent job fair run by the hotel. It is now a matter of record that the largest percentage of job offers went to former employees, with a wage and benefit package competitive to other hotels in the area.
 "Jaworski and GF Management have stated from the very beginning that they intend to double the jobs that were available under the former owners. Their desire to work harmoniously with all former workers, and to give to both the community and the business world the finest facility possible.
 "Ron Jaworski's new Holiday Inn Stadium Hotel is off to a great start with remodeling underway on the Hotel's expansive first level. The first phase of the work began in the lobby using Altman Construction and the work consisted of union labor from the carpenters and building trades unions. Underway next are the specialty outlets, `Philly LEGENDS Sports Bar' and Jaworski's signature steak and seafood restaurant `JAWS.'"
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 /Editors: For a full copy of the NLRB edict, call 215-657-4600./
 /CONTACT: Gene K. Kolber of Kolber Marketing, 215-657-4600, for GF Management/


CO: GF Management; National Labor Relations Board ST: Pennsylvania IN: LEI SU:

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