The bus tour kicked off by visiting the Statue of Liberty as founder Jack Fiterman named the company for this statute in gratitude for the opportunities he found in the U..S.
In Kennesaw, Ga, LDI chairman Mike Fiterman thanks one of the town's finest. The company donated products valued at $20,000 to the Cobb County Police and Fire Station.
One of the donations made to nearly 50 nonprofits during the tour was Military Kids in Brooklyn Park, Minn. This organization supports children of deployed National Guard and Reserve service members as well as children of wounded warriors from all service branches.
A show of appreciation by the Becker Fire Department in Minnesota for the support it's received from Liberty Paper.
Employees from LDI and Safeco Products, one of the LDI family companies, enjoy a day of baseball in Courtland, Va. A donation of $15,000 was given to the Courtland Youth Athletic Association.
A representative from Habitat for Humanity with one of the donations LDA made to nearly 50 nonprofits during its 17-city tour.
The bus tour stopped at its operations in Mexico to thank employees for their hard work.
Enjoying the fun and festivities during the tour in Mexico.
Jack Fiterman, LDI vice president and fourth-generation family owner, addressing the crowd on the last stop of the tour.