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AMERICA’S LEADING LABOR UNION NEWSPAPER: With over 60,000 paid subscribers, the Labor Tribune is the country’s top union paper.

PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY FOR 75 YEARS: Founded in 1937, the Labor Tribune is one of the country’s oldest and most respected union papers.

OFFICIAL VOICE OF THE AFL-CIO: With over 60 subscribing unions and labor councils, the Labor Tribune is the only AFL-CIO endorsed paper in the Greater St. Louis Region.

MAILED TO THE HOMES OF SUBSCRIBERS: The Labor Tribune is delivered weekly right to the mail boxes of our paid subscribers by the USPS.

AWARD-WINNING JOURNALISM: The Labor Tribune covers the national, regional and local news important to organized labor – stories that other media overlook. We’ve won over 13 major editorial awards, including “Best Labor Paper of 2010” in a national competition sponsored by the AFL-CIO’s International Labor Communications Association.

AFFLUENT READERS: Organized workers command higher-than-average incomes. Our readers boast household incomes 39% higher than the St. Louis region average. And 95% of Labor Tribune readers are homeowners.

ADVERTISER RESULTS: Many Labor Tribune advertisers have with for more than a quarter century. They know that regular communication with union members and union leadership drives business to them.

PUT LABOR TO WORK FOR YOU: Get your message out to the region’s highly paid labor union members and union leadership. Get in the pages of the Labor Tribune, and put labor to work for you.

MEMBER OF THE LABOR ADVERTISING NETWORK: The Labor Tribune is a part of a 25 member consortium of America’s top labor newspapers. With over 2 million paid subscribers, the Labor Advertising Network offers marketers an opportunity to reach union members and union leaders all across America, targeted by geography or by union affiliation, all with one-order/one-bill simplicity.

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