Wages Protest in front of Murfreesboro McDonald's Scheduled for Thursday Afternoon

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Despite heavy rainfall, three protesters showed up to make a statement about pay wages in Tennessee and throughout the country. The protestors met at the South Church Street, South East Broad Street intersection near McDonalds. The protest was directed at the fast food industry. The protestors told WGNS…

It would appear that all three protestors in Murfreesboro were related. Each told us their last name was Conley. Other protest were taking place nationwide.

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Ann Compton with ABC News reported…

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A number of people are expected to protest the wages paid by McDonald's on Thursday during the lunch hour (12:30 pm) in Murfreesboro. Former MTSU Professor Patrick Conley told us he is helping to organize the event (14sec)...

Conley said he is helping with the protest because he wants to see fast food workers paid enough income to meet their daily living needs (37sec)...

Conley will protest in front of the McDonald's on South East Broad Street near South Church on Thursday at 12:30 in the afternoon.

Ann Compton with ABC News says these protest are going on nationwide...

MORE - Audio In Detail (Uncut):

We asked Conley if he works for McDonalds and he told WGNS (1min and 36sec)...

Why are you doing this if you do not work for the company? (43sec)

Source: Patrick Conley (pconleyc@gmail.com)

Location of Protest: 106 SE Broad St., Murfreesboro, TN

 

 

 

 

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