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Union Insurance Group

The mission at UNION Insurance Group is to ensure the financial security of labor unions and their members by providing them with business and personal insurance products that are specifically designed to meet their particular exposure needs.


No Sweat Clothing

It's "No Sweat" to buy union-made products. No Sweat is defining a market for goods that support independent trade unions — the only historically proven solution to sweatshops.


Union House Apparel

Union House sells Clothing Made in the USA. American Made Clothes from US Manufacturers that are Union Made in USA. They sell American made apparel from Carhartt, Union Line and King Louie, and Union House men's briefs and boxers.


Lo Go

Lo-Go is a Union print shop located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho offering American made, Union printed and embroidered apparel, monogramming, corrugated plastic signs, banners, decals, buttons, lapel pins and much, much more.


Zubie Wear

Zubie Wear started with a simple idea: 'Excellent workmanship at a fair price, produced by union labor.' Supplier of GCC/IBT printed products and apparel to unions across the United States and Canada.


UAW

The Car & Truck guide is prepared by the UAW to provide information for consumers who want to purchase vehicles produced by workers who enjoy the benefits and protections of a union contract.


Union made tires

Buying tires? Make sure to buy union! Compare the DOT code and be certain you are buying a USW-made tire.

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