Minuteman Press partners with small businesses, nonprofits and ad agencies across Central Minnesota. Our clients trust us to provide high-quality printing solutions, promotional items and design services in a timely manner, delivered for free within 45 minutes of our office.
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Our goal is to work with you to create the perfect product to fit your needs. Whether you’re looking for carbonless forms, letterhead, business cards and other paper products or promotional apparel, vehicle/window graphics, plaques and more, we’ve got the right products to grab your customer's’ attention!
At Minuteman Press, we have the technology and equipment to do nearly anything you can dream of:
We’re always checking with you to make sure what you want is what you get. Everything gets approved by you. If there’s a problem, we’re right here in St. Cloud. You can call us or stop in and watch the press operate!
If there is anything we can do to further improve your experience, please let us know. We are always looking for ways to better serve our customers. And remember, if you’re new to our website we offer an additional 10% off of your first online order!
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The city of St. Cloud, Minnesota will be hosting a legal planning workshop later this month for those living with dementia, as well as their families.
Hockey fans in St. Cloud, Minnesota recently raised their 12th Annual Wells Fargo Hockey Day Minnesota flag in celebration of the upcoming Hockey Day Minnesota.
The magazine Minnesota Monthly recently started a contest to let Minnesota residents vote on which Minnesota town is the best.
The St. Cloud, Minnesota Mayor, Dave Kleis, will be wrapping up his annual History Trolley Tours later this month.
A tech business which has a base in Minneapolis has chosen to establish a presence within St. Cloud.
Within days of a second business securing an interest in the cable market of Minneapolis, a third organization has entered into the competition for franchises.
Officials in Minnesota will soon discover whether or not the Rivers Edge Convention Center (RECC) is likely to expand again.
The East African Presentation and Job Fair (EAPJF) has recently been held in the city of St. Cloud.
A recent report from the Solar Foundation has shown that solar firms recruited nearly 1,000 people in Minnesota last year.
A freelance journalist in Brooten has become the owner of his community paper, and has already been successful enough to take a small wage from it last month.