The APWU Kicks Off 2024 Contract Campaign Slogan Competition

January 26, 2024

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With the opening of contract negotiations on June 25 just months away, APWU national officers are calling on actively employed, retiree, and auxiliary APWU members to submit slogan ideas for the 2024 Contract Campaign, with a chance to win cash prizes.

From start to finish, our campaign for a strong, fair new union contract will be driven by you, the members. Add your voice to the campaign by creating a slogan for our upcoming contract negotiations as we fight for good wages, strong benefits, and workplace protections that ensure our essential service is safely and adequately staffed with dignity and respect for years to come.

Cash prizes include:

  • First Place: $2,500
  • Second Place: $1,500
  • Third Place: $500

Remember to keep the suggestions focused and short – it will need to fit on T–shirts, buttons, and stickers. The winner will be featured online and in The American Postal Worker magazine.

Contest Rules:

  1. Open to all actively employed APWU members, APWU retirees, as well as auxiliary members.
  1. Must be submitted no later than April 20, 2024 (exactly five months before our contract expires).
  1. You can enter as many unique slogans as you wish by filling out the online form at or emailing Ideas can also be submitted by mail in a letter addressed to: 
APWU Contract 2024
National Campaign Committee
1300 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
  1. Include in the submission your name, address, phone number, email, local/state/chapter name, Employee ID number, and union title (if applicable).
  1. By entering the contest, participants agree to grant the APWU exclusive rights to use the chosen entry.
  1. The winning entry will be determined by the APWU National Executive Board. The Board reserves the right to pick a second and third-place entry to be used as a secondary slogan.

Download A Copy of the 2024 Contract Campaign Slogan Competition Flyer

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