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Updated On: Jun 26, 2008
ILWU TV Ads Promote "Safe, Clean, and Secure Ports"

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union is running a new commercial in the Los Angeles area to inform viewers about the union's efforts to promote cleaner ports.

The new ad features several Southern California longshore workers who explain that the union is working to make West Coast ports cleaner and safer for workers and residents.

The ad is another part of the union's "Saving Lives" campaign, that encourages companies doing business at the ports to reduce vessel and vehicle emissions 20 per cent by 2010.  ILWU members work with elected officials, public health advocates, regulatory agencies and community groups to promote cleaner air for everyone. 

In addition to its run on LA-area cable, the ad is available here:

New ILWU TV Ad focuses on safety

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union has launched a new television advertisement which focuses on the dangers of waterfront work. The ad, which is the third in a series since September 2007, features ILWU Southern California Pensioners Group President Al Perisho and a montage of the heavy equipment longshore workers must maneuver each day in the course of their jobs.

The ad was produced by Jack Baric and Redtail Media for the ILWU and will be airing on cable television networks in each of the major port cities along the West Coast: Los Angeles-Long Beach, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Tacoma.

View the ad via YouTube:

ILWU's Holiday Season TV Ad
November 14, 2007
Longshore workers help deliver your holiday gifts to Santa in this new TV commercial by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union.  Season's Greetings!



ILWU debuts its first television commercial
September 18, 2007
The ILWU Longshore Division is proud to announce that its first television commercial, "We Are the ILWU," will be airing in major cable TV markets in California, Oregon and Washington State starting in September 2007.  You can watch sixty-second and thirty-second versions of the ad via YouTube: 

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