Dozens of Denver masons who participated in the "A Day Without Immigrants" movement, woke up the next day without a job. When masons of JVS Masonry told their boss they would not be showing up to work because they were protesting, he told them they could spend the next day looking for a job. Jim Serowski, the owner of JVS Masonry, said the decision came down to business, and states that he has no view on immigration laws.
“If you want to go to work to support your family. I don’t care if you have antennas coming out of your head, I really don’t care. If you’re going to betray the company, then I have a concern,” Serowski said.