Freeze must end exploitation

Companies like Freeze are taking advantage of warehouse workers’ hard work. Freeze is a private clothing company headquartered in New York City that distributes logoed sportswear and t-shirts for large national retailers, including Amazon, JC Penney, Burlington Coat Factory, Macy’s and Walmart.


We work long hours under outrageous sweatshop conditions in the Freeze warehouse in northern New Jersey. Many of us earn about $10 an hour and make gross wages of about $360 a week. We can barely pay bills and put food on the table. That’s why we call on major retailers doing business with Freeze to tell Freeze to treat us with dignity and respect.” 

The Committee for Worker Justice at Freeze: Francisco, Tino, Liliana, Praful & Vijay.

We are already fighting for a better future for our families and ourselves. If you are a customer of Disney, JC Penney, Burlington Coat Factory, or Walmart, you can help fight for decent wages for working families. Sign the petition and stay tuned for actions in New York City area.


Join the call for corporations to use their managerial discretion to stop doing business with Freeze until it treats workers with dignity and pays a living wage.

Major corporations who do business with Freeze include Amazon, JC Penney, Disney, Nickelodeon, Macy’s, Walmart, Family Dollar, and Burlington Coat Factory.