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The 28thInternational Teamsters Convention begins Monday, June 27 through Friday, July 1, at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. Delegates are assembling and committees are already meeting in preparation. About 6,000 Teamsters are expected to participate in this Convention, including more than 1,800 delegates who will map out the future course of the 1.4-million-member Teamsters Union.
The Teamsters Union held its 28thInternational Teamsters Convention from Monday, June 27 through Friday, July 1 at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. Approximately 6,000 Teamsters participated in this Convention, including more than 1,800 delegates, who were there to map out the future course of the 1.4-million-member Teamsters Union. Check out the full coverage of this monumental Teamster event on the comprehensive website that includes Convention highlights, daily newsletters, passed resolutions, committees, photo and video galleries, and other important information.