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Hugo Boss stays open in Cleveland
New contract agreement cuts wages but saves jobs
by WKSU's KEVIN NIEDERMIER


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Kevin Niedermier
 
The Hugo Boss plant in Cleveland was to close next week. But a contract agreement today keeps the suit-maker's doors open.
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Workers stream out of the Hugo Boss plant after ratifying a new contract that saved their jobs.
Worker United Union president Bruce Raynor (with microphone)disussing the new agreement. He was part of the negotiating team.
Governor Ted Strickland
thanking everyone for helping save the Hugo Boss jobs.
A group of relieved Hugo Boss workers after the vote.
 
 
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