Labor urges ‘Comic-Cons:’ Thank a superhero workerAround the City, Top Highlights Thursday, July 12th, 2012
As San Diego welcomes more than 100,000 people to Comic-Con 2012, the Labor Council is asking attendees to remember to thank the superhero workers that are making sure that everything runs smoothly. Representatives will be out distributing “Thank a Superhero Worker” stickers, sharing photos and reactions, and making sure that the small army that makes Comic-Con go isn’t overlooked during all the celebrations.
That includes the San Diego Convention Center decorators, electricians, stagehands, banquet servers, hotel workers, janitors, parking lot attendants and more who keep the show running.
“We’re always excited to welcome the tens of thousands of Comic-Con attendees to San Diego,” said Lorena Gonzalez, secretary-treasurer of the San Diego Labor Council. “This year, we also want to highlight all the workers that do so much to bring everyone such a great event. Work connects us all, and these workers deserve thanks for all their hard work to make Comic-Con possible.”
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