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LMC Pay Your Workers Right!

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Workers employed at LMC Wash and Lube Carwash on E. 109th St in East Harlem and at other LMC carwashes across the city face exploitation on the job every day, as they are forced to work long hours for illegally low pay and without overtime compensation. LMC workers have no benefits, paid sick days, or vacation days and no promise of raise.

LMC workers are standing up for their rights and East Harlem is standing with them. Sign the petition below in support of the workers.

John Lage, Owner LMC Car Wash--

We are outraged by the fact that employees at your car wash have worked for many years earning well below the minimum wage.

We stand behind the workers and support their fight for back-wages and benefits.

We believe that all workers deserve a living wage and fair contract. The East Harlem Community supports local businesses that respect workers rights, as loyal customers we demand that your business set an example for fair labor standards.
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NYCC's organizing efforts at LMC Car Wash in East Harlem are a part of WASH New York, a joint campaign of Make the Road New York and New York Communities for Change, with the help of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), UFCW. The WASH New York Campaignis  fighting for greater workplace justice, health, and safety in New York City’s car wash industry. To learn more, visit regularly and connect with the campaign on Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook for the latest news, updates, and calls to action.

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