No Raise Since World Series Wins For AT&T Park Workers

It's been four years since the concession workers at AT&T Park had a raise.

By Chris Roberts
|  Monday, Feb 25, 2013  |  Updated 12:45 PM PDT
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Two World Series titles -- and no pay raises for the garlic fries maker.

The concession workers who grill the food and serve the beer at AT&T Park -- where the Giants have won two World Series titles -- have not had a contract since 2010, and haven't had a raise since 2009, according to the San Francisco Examiner.

The 750 concession workers earn between $11 and $15 an hour serving food. They are union workers with UNITE HERE Local 2.

They're employees of concession giant Centerplate, which declined to comment ahead of negotiations scheduled to begin in a few weeks.

The Giants' PR team directed all comment inquiries to Centerplate.

The concession workers' last deal was signed April 1, 2009 and expired on March 31, 2010. The workers informed fans at FanFest of their "Giant Zero" for a raise at Fan Fest and at www.thegiantzero.org.

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