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Minuteman Press is a family owned and operated full service printing center. We have been serving Anchorage and the surrounding areas, including Bush Alaska since 1997. In 2010, we purchased and moved into our facility in the Ship Creek area.
We offer a wide array of business printing solutions: including business cards, creative tri-fold brochures, letterhead, eye-catching full-color flyers, large format printing, posters, custom report printing, direct mail and much more. Our modern office space provides small to medium sized businesses many necessary services such as faxing, copying and on demand printing for one to one marketing. Call us for a free evaluation of your marketing and current print materials to determine a more efficient and affordable way to promote your company, brand or product within your budget.
Our professional design team is here to guide you through logo creation, website development, and many brand-building essentials. Our team has over 35 years of experience in graphic design, marketing, communications, print, web, social and traditional media. We provide our business clients and retail customers with fast reliable service, result oriented solutions and quality products at affordable prices with quick turn-around times.
Minuteman Press is actively involved in our local community. We support local schools, churches, non-profits and sports teams and are active members with the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and the BBB. Minuteman Press prints and designs for businesses within all areas of Alaska. We offer Free Pick up and Free Delivery within the Anchorage bowl, or you can visit us at our office conveniently located at 237 North Orca Street.
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Early last Wednesday, January 25, volunteers tried a new method for counting the city's number of homeless peoplethey strapped on skis.
A new concept for living, called cohousing, has come into being in Anchorage as residents settle into Ravens' Roost, the first cohousing community in the city.
Thanksgiving 2016 was a little brighter for Anchorage seniors, thanks to Salvation Army volunteers who got together to distribute food and bring greetings to older residents.
Anchorage has put an electronic system in place that will save city planners, project developers, and architects time and money. The so-called e-plan enables those concerned to review plans online, once they have been submitted and fees paid, and see comments about them made by others.
Several agencies are working with the city of Anchorage, looking at how sharing data could help those without homes in the area.
Susan Schmidt works for the Anchorage School District and her brother Jason Schmidt is a cop, and the two have come up with an idea for finding workers for jobs in the city.
The Anchorage Downtown Partnership (ADP) and the Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA) have teamed up to create a program they are calling Safety First.
The parking rates in downtown Anchorage haven't increased in eight years, but that was set to change July 1, 2016.
Alaska recently approved funding that will enable Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage to expand its emergency department. According to the Alaska Journal, the expansion is expected to cost approximately $12.8 million, and will add thirteen rooms to the facility, two of which will be
Anchorage nightclub bouncers have a job that has the potential for serious confrontations, but rarely offers formal training. Last month, however, bouncers from several Anchorage nightspots had the opportunity to attend professional training.
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