Your in-plant organizing committee is: Tony Bellamy, Roger "3 O'clock" Clark, Dennis "The Enforcer" Brannock, Greg Pelfrey, Jim Rohr, Shane Nolan, Quentin Gay, Tommy Wells, Rodney Clem, Hugh Reed, Scotty P'Simer, Josh Banks, Chip Burton, Adrian (Ace) Lavizzio, Timmy Wells and Marcus Bryant.We serve notice to all that, under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act, we are participating in a Federally Protected Activity to organize the workforce of International Paper Lexington for the purpose of collective bargaining. Any and all of the contents of this website is used, exclusively, for that stated purpose. No other meaning should be assigned or implied to said content. By Federal Law, any misrepresentation or alteration of the original copyrighted material contained in this website is forbidden. Copyright International Paper Lexington Plant Union Homepage 2013
This network is created and managed by Marcus Bryant & Tony Bellamy with the sole intentions of exercising their legal right to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining.
Here you will find a new streamlined and modern version of our older site. There will be a lot of new information featured here as well as the older information we still think is relative to our campaign to organize the Lexington Plant. Feel free to look around and enjoy the new look and features we have built in for your convenience. All updates will be featured on the “New Updates Page.” If you would like to submit a commentary on an issue you are having in this plant, go to the “Contact Page” and feel free to voice your opinion on anything of concern to you. We will note these concerns and address them for you.
This video was submitted by Tony Bellamy and is very interesting and informative. It puts our position as working people in perspective as viewed by upper level management. The only hope for the working people of this country is to organize and stand united. So much has been taken already and what little we have left is just a footnote on the balance sheet of corporate accounting. In their endless search for more and more profits, corporate America has forsaken the human element.
Just So You Know...As of this date, 07/08/2013 The United Steelworkers Represent Fifty Six (56) Converting Plants, Eighteen (18) Mills and one (1) Fluff Plant within International Paper.