Liberty Works Field Trip
When: Friday, November 8th & 15th, 10am
What: Liberty Works, www.libertybottles.com
Where: 2900 Sutherland Road, Union Gap, WA 98903
Ages: K-12, no preschoolers this trip for their safety, sorry! (Babies can be worn)
Maximum Attendance: 25 attendees per trip, register no later than Friday, Nov. 1st, 2019
Description: Join us as we tour Liberty Works, a company that manufactures metal water bottles, located right here in Yakima. We will get to tour the manufacturing floor as well as the marketing department to meet the graphic artists responsible for the cool bottle designs. All attendees must wear closed-toed shoes for safety. This field trip is for school-aged children only so please leave your preschoolers at home with your spouse or a grandparent.
Questions? Contact Heidi Brown, 509-972-2181, firstname.lastname@example.org
It started with a love for metal water bottles. Through the years, we lugged them up mountains, down canyons, and even chased a few down rivers. We thought that with the manufacturing capabilities and materials available in the US, we should be able to create bottles here—providing local jobs, supporting American suppliers, and operating in a clean facility that we know is safe for our health and environment. So, in 2010 we set out to do it right. We founded Liberty on the idea that an American-made product can make an impact globally. We started using recyclable materials as well as recycling nearly all of our waste. We hired talented designers to develop custom art to adorn the outside of the bottles. And in 2011—with your help—we did it! We launched Liberty Works with our highly-sustainable, custom-printed, water bottles.
Since then, our production has grown immensely, and the people we serve are as diverse as our bottle designs—from small family-owned businesses to the White House. Perhaps, we’ll even be the first metal water bottle used in outer space!