As I have mentioned before, I was never fond of the "Shut Overnite Down" slogan, and it was a poor choice of wording. I do however, doubt that it was intended to close the company, as that would be counter productive to growing membership. Not only did we have the chance in 98, but we also had a good number of terminals signed on to be Teamsters. Unfortunately, Leo's unfair (and probably illegal) bargaining and scare tactics, enabled a decertification vote not too much later on. As somone that personally walked on the lines with Overniters, I saw how management and line crossers personally degraded and broke down the fortitude of their own coworkers, that were willing to go the distance for better conditions and treatment on the job. If things were so good since the decert vote, then why have some Overnite workers still been in constant contact with the union? This was also before the UPS acquisition. Now that UPS owns you and has rebranded you as their own, why is it that the question of union representation has been brought up again by your very own coworkers? Could it be that all is not well in UPSFland? Sorry I didn't reply sooner Thousand Dollar man, but with the extended weekend, I was spending all this time working on my boat. As for the previous post, it doesn't really say it all.....all it says is more of the same old one sided misinformation that we hear from people that are dead set against representaion. So since it says more of the same, then I guess a NO vote is a vote for more of the same.