Dozens of union members rallied outside New Era’s headquarters on Delaware Avenue in Buffalo, protesting the closing of the company's production plant in Derby.

The company's decision to end production next month will leave nearly 200 workers without a job.

Organizers say that will have a devastating effect on the small community, so they will continue to protest till the very end.

"They have the nerve to have the Statue of Liberty, they have the nerve to have a logo with an American flag,” said Joe Cantafio, vice president of the American Labor Federation. “Well you want to make it here with good union American jobs, keep it here where you're making record profits."

The protests will continue throughout this month, with another rally scheduled for next Tuesday.