Minuteman Press Int'l
Thanks to equipment upgrades made possible by Konica Minolta, two Minuteman Press franchises have recently expanded their print capabilities. In Selden, N.Y., Konica Minolta’s digital print technologies have increased speed and turnaround times for customers. Meanwhile, in Delray Beach, Fla., the latest Konica Minolta solutions help meet high demand for fast and efficient print runs.
Chuck and Amanda Heinz, owners of Minuteman Press, celebrated the grand opening of their new shop in Wappingers Falls, N.Y.
For Kelly Boviall, moving his International Minute Press franchise has become a boon for his business.
Minuteman Press has changed its slogan to demonstrate the wide range of products and services that are available worldwide.
Ken Koch, owner of Minuteman Press of Centennial, Colorado, loves his Impressia Digital Multi-Media Print System.
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.