This is of interest to me because the columns I wrote from Fostoria were pretty much around the corner from this place.
I’ve forgotten my rebot had Fostria in the search list, to be honest…

Published in Toledo Blade –

A 115-year-old Fostoria business has become the latest printing firm in the region to drown in red ink. Gray Printing Co., which is among the nation’s largest printing firms, informed its 85 employees this week that it will pull the plug on its presses Nov. 26. The announcement was made after striking members of Local 566-M of the Graphic Communications International Union rejected a final offer to extend the current contract for a year. Charlotte Reffner, who represents 60 hourly employees on picket lines since Oct. 30, could not be reached for comment. Two longtime Toledo printers closed this year: Rad-Mar Press, Inc.

Don’t these union thugs get the message, yet?

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