NFL

  • By Kelly Ross

    Over the years the National Football League has become known not only for its great games and world renowned players, but also for its glamorous cheerleaders. It’s impossible to think of a live NFL game and not think of these gorgeous women pumping up the crowd on the sidelines and supporting their team. So, how much do they make for a day of work at the venue hosting the most popular day in sports, the Super Bowl? The International Business Times attempted to find out what cheerleaders made for the Super Bowl last year and got nowhere. There’s probably a reason they’re keeping mum, because here’s what we do know:

  • By Ross Lenihan

    Come this Sunday, the NFL will crown a new Super Bowl champion. We’ve already documented how union the big event is, but what about the actual cities that play host to the Broncos and Panthers?

  • By Ross Lenihan

    While much of the Super Bowl will have some sort of union connection, the NFL, like any workplace, has some terrible bosses. These are the guys who take public taxpayer dollars in the forms of stadiums and other transfers, who seek way too much control over their players and employees, and who frequently put squads on the field that are less talented and competitive than their pocketbooks can afford.

  • By Ross Lenihan

    Grab the pigskin and fire up the grill, because after five months and 266 games Super Bowl 50 is upon us! By far the most televised TV sports event in America, the Super Bowl is also a heavily union affair.

  • By Sandy Southivilay

    The NFL Conference Championships are this weekend and the Super Bowl is soon to follow, so we’ve come up with an easy-to-make and savory appetizer for your parties! The Super Bowl Slider will quickly become a favorite among partygoers. It’s positively a touchdown-worthy bite you wouldn’t want to miss! Like all our recipes, we use union-made ingredients. Support good jobs and enjoy!