OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — On Thursday, Kellogg’s factory workers were on strike for the ninth day in Omaha and received a big show of support.
Around 100 bikers showed up from different motorcycle groups to help the cause.
“It means a lot to us. BCTGM (the labor union) really appreciates us being here today. A lot of turnout, better than I expected,” said rally organizer Brad Swigart. “We're all here, we're all thinking about them, we're all in this together."
As motorcyclists circled the Kellogg’s plant, buses were seen entering the plant.
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