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UNION PRIVILEGE

The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers has proudly participated in the Union Plus Benefits Program since 1986, when the AFL-CIO first created Union Privilege. This program provides our U.S. members and their families with valuable consumer benefits. With Union Plus benefits, your union membership “pays” at work and at home.

By using the collective buying power of unions, Union Privilege is able to offer a variety of high-quality, discounted products and services exclusively to union working families. You don't have to join Union Plus or Union Privilege; as a member or retiree of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, you and your family are automatically eligible for these benefits.

The Union Privilege staff monitors each program to ensure that the unique needs of working families are being met. To view benefits available to members of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers and start saving now, visit the UnionPlus website or contact Boilermakers UP Liaison Heather Waksmundzki at hwaksmundzki@boilermakers.org, 312-560-2590.

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