Lewisburg Printing Company (LPC) announced it was recently honored with a proclamation from the city of Lewisburg during a presentation by the city’s mayor and Marshal County dignitaries that was celebrated last month at their headquarters in Lewisburg, Tennessee.
In presenting the proclamation, Mayor Jim Bingham recognized the company’s corporate contribution to the community spanning over 120 years, its excellence in servicing its customers and its track record of growth.
More than 180 employees and suppliers were in attendance to celebrate during a BBQ lunch cooked by Hale Hawkins, LPC CEO, and his cooking crew. New t-shirts, hats and vendor prizes were handed out at the event.
The vendor of the year was presented to Bill Bailey of Neagel Fright Services, as voted by plant supervisors for their support and service excellence in 2022 Athens Paper and Packaging and Prisco were the other finalists.
LPC was founded in the late 1800s and merged with Huston Patterson in March of 2022 after a century of success providing printing and packaging to clients throughout North America.