Teamsters Local 572

United, strong, and growing since 1937



Welcome to Teamsters Local 572

Teamsters Local 572 is 11,500 members strong and growing.

We represent members who work for more than 150 different employers in a wide array of crafts. Local 572 was first chartered by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters in 1937 and is currently one of the largest Locals in the state of California.


Philando Castille – 14 year Member, Nutrition Services Supervisor,

Saint Paul Public Schools

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is saddened by the loss of Teamster brother Philando Castille in this week’s tragic shooting in Minnesota.  Brother Castille was a 14-year member of Minnesota Teamsters Local 320 which represents public and law enforcement.

If there is anyone who would like to make a donation to his family, please contact your Business Agent or contact Sami Gabriel from Local 320 at




2015 Shop Steward Training

 In Memoriam

Willie Barnes, Local 572 Shop Steward




LOCALS 150,166,210,542,570,572,592,853,986

As you’ve probably heard, those Costco Teamsters who voted on the Company’s final offer rejected it by a significant majority.  As Union members you have a say in the terms and conditions of your employment and you have overwhelmingly voiced your dissatisfaction with what the Company has offered its Union workers. Read More Here



$10,000 Reward to Apprehend, Convict Street Racer

Teamsters Joint Council has combined with Teamsters Local 396 to post a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the second street racer who apparently helped cause the death of on-duty United Parcel Service driver Scott Treadway, February 28th.




A memorial fund was established by Teamsters Joint Council 42 President, Randy Cammack shortly after the tragic December 2ndSan Bernardino terrorist shootings to benefit the survivors of three slain Teamsters. Among the total of 14 killed were Teamsters Local 1932 members: Aurora Godoy, 26, Harry Bowman, 46, and Mike Wetzel, 37.  Members Jennifer Stevens and Kevin Ortiz were among the 24 wounded. Local 1932 represents 11,000 San Bernardino County workers.  The Local Union is the newest in Join Council 42 having just ratified their first ever Teamsters contract days before the shooting. To donate to aid the victims’ survivors, checks can be forwarded to:

Teamsters Joint Council 42, Suite 200

981 Corporate Center Drive

Pomona, CA 91768

Checks Payable to: JC 42 Charity                               Memo line: 1932 victims




Have questions? We have answers! 855-215-2039 (M-F, 8:30am – 5:00pm MST)





James R. Hoffa Remembered

Honoring the legacy of James R. Hoffa on the 100th Year of His Birth.   The International Brotherhood of Teamsters produced a video honoring his memory. To watch it, follow this link: