Large protest at Tilton Market Basket; Delivery truck left unloaded
From left, Sarah Cadorette of Tilton, April Gauthier of Northfield, and 2-year-old Brayden Chase of Tilton protest Market Basket management outside the Tilton store Wednesday morning. (DAN SEUFERT/Union Leader Correspondent)
“With no respect intended, you Felicia and you Jim are clueless,” LeClair wrote. “The Board of directors that hired you should be criminally prosecuted for allowing you to bully us and for the fear you have spread.”
“I don’t have any produce, no meat, there isn’t much in the store,” said LeClair, who brought his wife and children to the protest. “Shutting down sends the message that we aren’t afraid.”
“I know my neck is out there on the line, I’m not going to lie,” he said.
“I’m proud of what he is doing,” Matt LeClair said. “I hope he doesn’t lose his job over it.”
“Normally we’d have 10 registers open with lots of customers right now,” he said on Wednesday morning. “We knew the customers when they came in the door in the morning. That’s something Arthur T. embraces.”
“He’s the best because he takes care of his family,” said Mary Perry of Penacook, whose husband works at the store.
Late in the morning, Mike LeClair gathered the protestors so he could address them.
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