Free AFSCME Stickers
If you're a member of AFSCME or just want to receive free stickers, don't miss a chance to order them by following the link. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees is giving away free stickers.
The history of the American Federation of State and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) dates back to 1932, during the Great Depression. A group of white-collar professional state employees in Madison, Wisconsin, formed what would later become Wisconsin State Employees Union/Council 24 to address the following issues:
- Promote the civil service system
- Defend the civil service system
- Enhance the civil service system
- Spread the civil service system across the country
AFSCME has since grown and evolved, becoming the largest public employee union in the United States. The organization continues to advocate for the interests of its members, who work in various public sector jobs, and strive to improve the quality of public services.
To claim your free sticker sample pack, please follow the link to visit the official AFSCME website. Pick one of the stickers and submit the form. And wait for the free stickers are delivered to your shipping address in the mail.
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