Meet Esther Rhodes, a Centerplate concession worker at the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park for 15 years. Miss Esther has been experiencing health problems, and needs a raise to pay for her prescription medications.  Bring Your Own Food to Giants games to support workers like Miss Esther.

Meet Esther Rhodes, a Centerplate concession worker at the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park for 15 years. Miss Esther has been experiencing health problems, and needs a raise to pay for her prescription medications.  Bring Your Own Food to Giants games to support workers like Miss Esther.

Maybe it’s bad karma… 
Do your part by bringing your own food to support the dedicated Centerplate concession workers at San Francisco Giants games. Sign the pledge here.

Maybe it’s bad karma… 

Do your part by bringing your own food to support the dedicated Centerplate concession workers at San Francisco Giants games. Sign the pledge here.

Support Centerplate concession workers struggling for a fair contract by bringing your own food to San Francisco Giants games! Learn more at www.thegiantzero.org/byof 

Support Centerplate concession workers struggling for a fair contract by bringing your own food to San Francisco Giants games! Learn more at www.thegiantzero.org/byof 

For three years, everything has gone up at the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park. After two World Series Championships and over 200 consecutive sellouts, ticket prices, concession prices, and profits have all increased.  The only thing that hasn’t gone up?  The wages of the 750 concession workers at AT&T Park.  We work hard to create the Giants fan experience, and we haven’t had a raise since April 2009!
We have been trying to negotiate a new contract that includes decent wage increases, benefits, and job security with Centerplate, the Giants’ subcontracted concessionaire.  Centerplate has responded by proposing to keep in place the three-year wage freeze and severely limit our access to health insurance.  We went on strike for one day in May, but Centerplate still refuse to listen to us.
That’s why we’ve decided to take the next step and call a boycott of concessions and catering at AT&T Park.  
We are asking Giants fans to bring their own food and beverage to the game. You will save money, and you’ll help us send the message to Centerplate and the Giants that the fans stand with concession workers.
Please sign to pledge that you will Bring Your Own Food to AT&T Park until Centerplate concession workers achieve a fair contract.

For three years, everything has gone up at the San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park. After two World Series Championships and over 200 consecutive sellouts, ticket prices, concession prices, and profits have all increased.  The only thing that hasn’t gone up?  The wages of the 750 concession workers at AT&T Park.  We work hard to create the Giants fan experience, and we haven’t had a raise since April 2009!

We have been trying to negotiate a new contract that includes decent wage increases, benefits, and job security with Centerplate, the Giants’ subcontracted concessionaire.  Centerplate has responded by proposing to keep in place the three-year wage freeze and severely limit our access to health insurance.  We went on strike for one day in May, but Centerplate still refuse to listen to us.

That’s why we’ve decided to take the next step and call a boycott of concessions and catering at AT&T Park.  

We are asking Giants fans to bring their own food and beverage to the game. You will save money, and you’ll help us send the message to Centerplate and the Giants that the fans stand with concession workers.

Please sign to pledge that you will Bring Your Own Food to AT&T Park until Centerplate concession workers achieve a fair contract.

San Francisco Giants fans stood up and spoke out for Centerplate concession workers at a Padres game last week. While hundreds picketed outside, 44 fans staged a sit-in at the Gilroy Garlic fries stand, risking arrest to support a fair contract. Check out this awesome video of a great action!
44 protesters sat down to block the Gilroy Garlic Fries stand at AT&T Park before last night’s Giants-Padres game.  The non-violent civil disobedience action was taken by union members and Giants fans in support of Centerplate concession workers, who are fighting for a fair contract.  Read more here. Sign the petition to support the workers here.

44 protesters sat down to block the Gilroy Garlic Fries stand at AT&T Park before last night’s Giants-Padres game.  The non-violent civil disobedience action was taken by union members and Giants fans in support of Centerplate concession workers, who are fighting for a fair contract.  Read more here. Sign the petition to support the workers here.

750 concession workers at AT&T Park are struggling to achieve a fair contract from Centerplate, the Giants’ subcontracted concessionaire. Join us for a major action on Tuesday, June 18th from 5:00pm - 7:30pm at AT&T Park! RSVP here. Learn more here.

750 concession workers at AT&T Park are struggling to achieve a fair contract from Centerplate, the Giants’ subcontracted concessionaire. Join us for a major action on Tuesday, June 18th from 5:00pm - 7:30pm at AT&T Park! RSVP here. Learn more here.