Farmingdale, NY (3/28/2014) – Peter Keskey and Troy Miller, owners of the Minuteman Press located in Oakdale, were named the “Business of the Year” by the Woodbury Chamber of Commerce! According to a press release from the Chamber, Minuteman Press provides, “Top-notch service to their clients. The company displays professionalism in their work and is committed to supporting the community. At Minuteman Press their philosophy is to help the business and non-profit organizations within the community. Minuteman Press believes in the ‘pay it forward’ philosophy.”
The Home Office of Minuteman Press International along with Area Manager Chris Lauyans are very excited for Peter, Troy and staff! We look forward to watching what is sure to be a banner year for you…keep up the good work!
Farmingdale, NY (3/24/2014) - Darrayl and Constance Chandler, owners of the Minuteman Press located in Humble, recently sponsored the Lake Houston Area’s Chamber Seminar! This seminar is the first in the Chamber’s 2014 Seminar Series which is presented by Minuteman Press of Humble and focuses on trade show marketing.
Doug Harris, of Noisemaker Communications, was the main presenter, and featured, “Maximize Your Expo Experience: Making an Impact in 100 Square Feet” and shared his vast knowledge of trade show marketing. In this seminar, attendees learned how to:
• Develop and implement a pre-show strategy and promotion plan
• Identify clear and realistic trade show objectives
• Understand and communicate day-of staff roles in the trade show booth
• Make a positive impression with professional booth etiquette
• Ensure long-term success with a timely follow-up action plan.
The Home Office of Minuteman Press International along with Regional Vice President Pete Scaglione are very proud of Darrayl and Constance for sponsoring such an educational event. We are honored to have such community and industry leaders in our Minuteman Press family. Keep up the good work!
Farmingdale, NY (3/19/2014) – Michael and Jacqueline Darling, owners of the Minuteman Press located in Deerfield, recently received the Business Leadership Award! This award was given by The People’s Voice Newspaper, and was presented to the Darling’s during the 2013 Most Influential African Americans of Lake County Awards Ceremony. The theme of the evening was “Living Legends.”
This awards ceremony is sponsored annually by the People’s Resource Council, a not-for-profit subsidiary of the People’s Voice, a free monthly newspaper targeting the black community and distributed primarily in North Chicago, Waukegan and Zion. “We want to fight negative stereotypes and do something positive,” said Reed, who writes and publishes the People’s Voice under the pen name Chauncey Ellis. “We have a lot of positive role models in this community, and we wanted to do something to promote them because we think that goodness begets goodness.”
In addition to being owners of a Minuteman Press, Michael and Jacqueline are involved in numerous organizations throughout the community, including the Lake County Chamber, the Green Oaks, Libertyville, Mundelein and Vernon Hills Chamber as well as the Deerfield. Bannockburn, Riverwoods Chamber. In addition, Jacqueline and Michael are active members of the Word of Life Ministries.
The home office of Minuteman Press International along with Regional Vice President Doug Harlan, would like to congratulate Michael and Jacqueline on their involvement in the community and their continued effort for supporting local causes, which has won them such a noble award. Keep up the good work!
Farmingdale, NY (3/14/2014) – Steve and Teresa Heaney, owners of the Minuteman Press located in Toledo, recently received an award for being in business for 15 years! They opened their Minuteman Press center in 1997 with a staff of four in a small 1000 square feet location, and the facility has grown to 6000 square feet with a staff of 15. As a result of their growth, they became and still are members of the prestigious Presidents Million Dollar Circle for over 10 years now and have recently reached a new sales plateau, celebrating their highest monthly gross sales since opening the business.
Steve and Teresa also recently acquired a new office space facility for their sales staff. The store has a multi-state client list which was built by staying current with technology and taking advantage of the changes and expanded opportunities within the printing industry over the last few years. As an example, Steve & Teresa were one of the first shops to offer in-house direct mailing services to their clients and are now looking to expand their commercial printing capabilities. MMP Toledo is now among the largest grossing stores in the Minuteman Press franchise family.
Owner Steve had this to say about their growth, “Teresa and I attribute our achieving a new sales milestone to our wide range of capabilities. We offer everything from L/H and envelopes, to catalogs and hard bound books, to promotional items. We also offer design and mailing services.” Steve ads, “Anything that you can put a name, image or logo on is something that we can produce for our customers.”
Minuteman Press Home Office along with Regional Vice President Gary Nowak and Area Manager Dale Rieser would like to congratulate Steve, Teresa and staff on their recent successes! We know that this is just the start to what is sure to be a banner year for you. Keep up the good work!
Farmingdale, NY (3/11/2014) –Doug Schumacher, owner of the Minuteman Press located in Roseville, was recently named the friendliest business by the Rocklin Chamber of Commerce! The Awards event took place at the Tesla Motors Building during the Rocklin Chamber of Commerce 2013 Business Excellence Awards.
In order to be nominated for this award, you must be a member that is in good standing with the chamber and you must also be nominated by another member.
Nominees are voted on by the chamber ambassadors, chamber board members and select city staff.
In addition to being a member of the Rocklin Chamber of Commerce, Doug is also involved in Roseville Chamber of Commerce and was the former president of the
South Placer Rotary Club. Doug had this to say about winning the award, “Since I started the business I have been more involved than ever in our community. The business gets me out there and involved.”
The Minuteman Press Home Office along with Regional Vice President Bob Ylinen would like to extend a “job well done” to Doug and his staff. We look forward to seeing what great things the remainder of the year will bring for you. Keep up the good work!