Minuteman Press Int'l
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights Printing Impressions interview with Mike Jacoutot, founder of Butler Street. Other industry news highlighted is from RR Donnelley, ImageMark (two announcements: acquisition of Catawba Direct Marketing Solutions and multi-year agreement with Charlotte Hornets), Printing Impressions, Vibrant Graphics, Spectrum Resources, Communicorp, Highroad Press/Printing Industries Alliance/IDEAlliance, and Minuteman Press in Macon, Georgia.
Recently unveiled at Minuteman Press in Macon, Georgia, the (unofficial) world’s largest business card is 4,608 square inches.
Miller’s Minuteman Press has received the first annual Minuteman Franchise Customer of the Year Award.
International Minute Press of Pineville & Uptown Charlotte (IMP) has announced its sponsorship for Susan G. Komen Charlotte.
CopyCat Printing, MinuteMan Printing, United Enterprises, Mail Marketing and Cornerstone Print & Marketing—have joined Firespring.
It’s been an amazing journey for Jude Arijaje from Nigeria to Philadelphia, from parking lot attendant to Minuteman success story.
After two decades in the business, Minuteman Press of Medford continues to embrace the future.
In 2014, Minuteman Press added 31 new centers to its franchise system, in addition to many more that purchased Minuteman locations from retiring franchise owners. When franchisees join Minuteman, said Minuteman Press President and CEO Bob Titus, they have a tendency to stay in the system. "We have many owners who have been in the business for 10, 20 or even more than 30 years."
A third Presstek DI digital offset press, the Presstek 52DI, has been purchased by Miller's Minuteman Press in Hunt Valley, MD. The addition of a third Presstek DI press enables the growing Minuteman franchise to expand print capabilities and production efficiencies even further, while continuing to offer its clients the highest print quality for short-run color jobs.
Greg and Valerie Duffey, owners of the Minuteman Press Franchise in Norwalk, CT, recently visited Rome, where they not only were fortunate enough to learn about the history of the Bible, but also had the opportunity to operate a working replica of a 15th century Gutenberg printing press.