SPoT boycott could be coming to an end

Western New York

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — It looks like an international union is about to end its call to boycott Buffalo’s SPoT Coffee.

The boycott started after two workers were fired during the organizing effort to form a union at SPoT Coffee locations in August.

Workers United represents more than 100 SPoT Coffee employees.

A news conference is scheduled for Thursday to mark the milestone. That’s happening at the SPoT location on Elmwood Ave.

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