US: Union launches NFL Coke protest

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 15 January 2007

Unions in the US have used an American football match in San Diego to launch protests against plans by Coca-Cola Enterprises to axe over 100 jobs in southern California.

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Unions in the US have used an American football match in San Diego to launch protests against plans by Coca-Cola Enterprises to axe over 100 jobs in southern California.

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