Farmingdale, NY (04/28/2011) – Recently, the owner of the Albany, OR Minuteman Press center was presented with not one but TWO exemplary awards. Mark Nicholson, the owner, learned in early March that he had won the Small Business of the Year award from the Albany Chamber of Commerce. To say he was excited would be an understatement, but not long after that he found out he was also the recipient of the Small Business Sponsor award from the Linn County United Way of America.
Both awards are a lifetime award, which means you can only receive them once, but Mark could not be happier. Mark, his employee’s, and his family attended the awards dinner, where he received a plaque for both accomplishments. “Thirty years ago, I answered an ad in the paper and here I am today,” Nicholson said at the dinner, on how he got started in the printing business.
We congratulate Mark and his commendable awards, and wish him many more years of continued success.
Farmingdale, NY (04/27/2011) – Minuteman Owner, David Meyerson, of Hyde Park, NY was reappointed as a board member of the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce recently. He was asked by the president two years ago to sit on the board, and after a year decided to continue his venture with the Chamber.
This year he is tasked with being the fundraiser chair, and is excited for all the fundraising events he has planned in the near future. He is most eager for the Antique car show fundraiser they will be organizing later this year, as it was a huge success last year.
Minuteman Presses corporate office would like to congratulate David, and wish him success for the future!
Farmingdale, NY (04/19/2011) – Joe Kim, owner of the Minuteman Press center in East Brunswick, NJ, was elected President of the East Brunswick BNI group. Joe was elected in late March and took over the position on April 1st, 2011. He was selected to be President by the previous leaders of his BNI group and by select regional officers.
He will be in office for the next 6 months, and after will be a part of the selection process for the groups next President. He will be in charge of the 24 members of the East Brunswick BNI, and looks forward to the responsibilities that lie ahead.
Minuteman Presses corporate office congratulates Joe on his recent election and win, and wish him continued success.
Farmingdale, NY (04/15/2011) – The Lansdale Business Association’s (LBA) new president, who also happens to be co-owner of the Lansdale Minuteman Press Doug DiPasquale, recently held a gala. The event was to help raise money for two local youth organizations. Doug, who took over in March for the LBA, put together the gala and was able to raise $2500 dollars each for the North Penn Boys and Girls Club and 252 Underground.
The Gala, which took place April 2nd,2011, was attended by over 100 people. They were able to raise the money through raffles, and a silent auction. The attendee’s were entertained by JBS Entertainment, and were able to snack on food prepared by Marjeane Caterers. Doug was thrilled with how successful the gala went, especially since he just took over the president position a little over a month ago. He can not wait to see how up-coming events he has planned for the LBA fair, and is excited for the future of not only the LBA but also for his Minuteman Center.
Farmingdale, NY (04/14/2011) – Doug Dipasquale, co-owner of the Lansdale, PA Minuteman Press center, was elected President of the Lansdale Business Association (LBA). He ousted the former president who was in the position for 5 years, by a vote from the members. As of March 1st, 2011, he took over the position and hit the ground running.
In a recent news article Doug said that his main goal for the LBA is to get back to the basics of helping all the businesses in the Lansdale area, and that’s just what he intends to do. With a successful fundraiser under his belt, and a bunch of mixers and networking events planned for the coming months, Doug’s reign as President seems to be taking off on the right foot.
Minuteman Press is proud to have Doug as one of our owners, and we wish him nothing but the best in his current and future endeavors.