With the nation's economy in a downturn, people are buying fewer cars and trucks, and that's hitting home with workers at the Goodyear Dunlop plant in the Town of Tonawanda.
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#62 Oct 26, 2012
I hear there are a lot of hot guys that work there
#63 Mar 19, 2013
Don't forget the clunker car buy out that took older cars off the road that we the people payed for with our tax dollars. We were a replacement tire company also ,that needed these sales. Then the plant went to bull shit meeting all week long. Every time a new plant manager came to work he would change the whole way of doing the way we produced a tire. Meeting, meeting, meeting never built one tire. This is sad to see because people put a lot of hard work into this plant.
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