Our Official AFA pin is RED

Our Official AFA pin is REDLast week, the United Master Executive Council acted to make the official AFA pin β€˜red’ to signify to management our displeasure with the recent changes to staffing.    We are asking each of you to check if you have any of these RED AFA pins at home.  If so, please dust these off and put them on.

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