|Learning in Wilkes Barre for the past year proved to be nourishing for their souls, the boys' statement reads. "But now we want to give to others."
Taking of their own time and resources, the four Bochurim, Mendel Eichenblatt, Aryeh Loufer, Mendy Saacks and Yossi Antopolsky, have decided to make a cross country journey, in an attempt to find as many until now unreached Jews as possible.
Speaking to Chabad Info, a spokesman of the four said that their goal was simply, to bring Moshiach.
Their mission, he said, is to travel to the far corners of America to find long lost Yidden.
For the next nine weeks they will drive across America to find and awaken Neshomos.
They are not being funded by any organization, rather they are volunteering their time and their own resources.
"The trip will begin at base, here in Crown Heights," continuing on a long expedition that will take them from coast to coast and back.
The group will be followable on Twitter, Facebook and Blogger.
Although this is their biggest and most daring trip yet, the boys have previously dived into adventurous activities, consistently incorporating the Rebbe's message along the way.
Their most recent journey took them to Texas last Pesach, where they helped many Jews who would have otherwise not known about the significance of the holiday.