Farmingdale, NY (05/25/2011) – Andy Porter, owner of the Stroudsburg, PA Minuteman Press center, was given the Directors Award from the United Way of Monroe County. The Director’s Award is given out to people and businesses recognizing them as unsung heroes of the campaign and United Way. Continue reading
Farmingdale, NY (05/18/2011) – Joanne Miner, owner of Minuteman Press in Miramar, FL, was recently honored as one of the 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County. Continue reading
Farmingdale, NY (05/17/2011) – JD Gumm runs and manages the International Minute Press in Reno, Nevada with his wife Cindy, whose father John Hill owns the business. During a recent marketing call, JD was able to score a new client, the Reno Aces. The Reno Aces are the Minor League baseball team out of Reno, Nevada, and International Minute Press is now their “Preferred Printer.” Continue reading
Farmingdale, NY (05/13/2011) – The Myrtle Beach, SC Minuteman Press center, owned by Dino Panos, was awarded the readers choice award for “Best Printer” in the Myrtle Beach area by the Myrtle Beach Herald. The Myrtle Beach Herald, a weekly newspaper that is also associated with the Sun News, runs an annual voting contest of the best businesses by category every year. They send out ballots to their subscribers and let them vote on whom they think is the best. Continue reading
Farmingdale, NY (05/11/2011) – The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) of Seattle, WA recently held their annual “Big Climb” event. Steve Cooper, Minuteman Presses Regional Vice President for the Pacific Northwest area, teamed up with Wilma Comenat, campaign director of LLS Seattle, to help raise money for the Society.
On March 20th, 2011 Steve, along with Minuteman Mascot Coach Clock-head, and hundreds of other participants took part in the “Big Climb”. The event which took place at the Columbia Center in Seattle is geared at raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The “Big Climb” is a race to see who can get to the top of the Columbia Center, which is the tallest building in Seattle, the fastest. The building has 69 flights of stairs, 1,311 steps and stands at an elevation of 758 feet. Steve and Coach Clock-head finished in less than 20 minutes and the event raised 1.6 million dollars for the Society. They hope next years “Big Climb” event surpasses this years, not just with how much money they raised, but with participants as well.
Minuteman Presses home office is proud to have Steve as a member of our staff, and wish him nothing but the best with all his future endeavors. To learn more about Minuteman Press or the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society please visit: