This is how you turn lemons into lemonade:
Subaru is in the process of a $1.5 million update to transform the property to the Subaru brand from the previous Suzuki brand that was there.
Wirtz says in addition to hiring a local architect on the project, Subaru hired Wichita's Key Construction as its contractor. He says Key then hired Hi-Tech Interiors, a local nonunion firm, to do a small portion of drywall work.
In response, the Carpenters union now has people manning a "Shame on Subaru of Wichita" sign on an easement in front of the dealership.
The dealership's response: