Minuteman Press of Statesboro is owned by Fred David for 3 years. Fred worked for a direct mail marketing company in Jacksonville, Florida for 22 years before owning his Minuteman Press Store. He started looking for a different challenge, sold his company and while exploring opportunities Minuteman Press won him over. Click the link below to read the full article of Fred David’s success story.
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Owner Dave Greenhalgh has owned Minuteman Press of Medford for over 20 years. Dave has a strong background in the industry; before he purchased the Minuteman Press store he was selling diagnostic ultrasound systems. Byrne, Dave’s stepson, has been working at the Minuteman Press store for 8 years. In the last four years the partners have buoyed their Minuteman Press to the next level. In 2013, the pair added a mailing service to the shop’s roster of services. Minuteman Press of Medford has had such success though out the years because of combining timeless rules of good business with an eye toward progress and making improvements when needed.
To read more about Dave’s success story please follow the link for the full story in Printing Impressions.
Minuteman Press of Cary, NC is owned by Paul Harris for over 9 years now. Paul has shared his success story with the Huffington Post of how he became a Minuteman owner from being a commercial pilot for over 30 years. Dave Walton, Regional Vice President of the Carolinas, has shared a few thoughts of Paul’s success with us,” Paul’s success is attributed to his tremendous customer service and attention to detail.” Dave also added that, “Paul has a true passion for printing and it shows in the quality he provides his customers with.”
Paul shares with us the business lessons he has learned along the journey of his new career. Please follow the link for the full story of Paul’s success in the Huffington Post.
Farmingdale, NY (9/3/2014) – Keith Miller, who owns Minuteman Press centers in Towson, Westminster, Baltimore and Hunt Valley, is sponsoring the Baltimore Humane Society’s Dog Fest 2014! DogFest is the Baltimore Humane Society’s largest fundraiser and community event. Last year they welcomed over 5000 guests with the hopes of having more this year. This is a community event that encourages pet owners and families to attend and enjoy this special day to honor their pet, and to create awareness regarding preventing animal cruelty in the community.
Minuteman Press Home Office along with Regional Vice President Bob Heimbuch are very proud Keith for being not only great business owners but also active members of their community. We look forward to watching your continued growth and success!
Farmingdale, NY (8/29/2014)– Paula Cryer was recently named Rotarian of the Year by the Largo Rotary Club and installed as President Elect to serve as President in 2015-2016.Paula and her husband Terry have owned the Minuteman Press Center of Largo for over three years, and have been active members of the community ever since. Paula was also Chair and Co-Chair of the yearly fundraiser, Death by Chocolate, in 2012 and 2013. This year the event netted over $18,000, with the proceeds from going back into the Largo community, serving the needs of children.
Paula had this to say about working with her local rotary, “I work hard with the Rotary and invest a lot of time. It is not why we do these things but it is still nice to have that time and effort recognized.” Paula continues, “By being associated with the Rotary it gives our business credibility. It emphasizes that we conduct all of our professional affairs ethically.”
In addition to being members of the Rotary, the Cryer’s are also involved with in the Mid Pinellas Chamber of Commerce and Largo Moose. In addition, Paula participates in a woman’s running group the Fab 50 and Terry is involved with two other local networking groups, The Bay Area Market Makers and RGA.
Minuteman Press Home Office along with Regional Vice President Jeff Robey are very proud of Paula and Terry for being not only great business owners but also active members of their community. We look forward to watching your continued growth and success!