657 Shaw Avenue
Clovis, CA 93612
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Minuteman Press of Clovis is a Full Service Print Center conveniently located at 657 Shaw Ave., northwest corner of Shaw and Clovis Avenues. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Our print shop services the cities of Clovis, Fresno, Sanger, Shaver Lake, Madera and other local communities. When you can’t come to us we offer pick up and delivery. Send your digital files for printing through our website.
Minuteman Press of Clovis produces only the highest of quality products. Some of our more popular products include: business cards, postcards, invitations, letterhead, envelopes, notepads, NCR (carbonless) forms, invoices, checks, brochures, newsletters, presentation folders, advertising specialties, promotional products, large format signs and banners, billboards, black and white copies, color copies, perfect binding, coil binding and much more. We specialize in all medical forms, secure and regular prescription pads.
Our business cards whether they are single color or full color are printed on 16 point heavy stock. Postcards can be the perfect tool in delivering your message to your customers. Let us help you develop a direct mail campaign. Our advertising and promotional products will help keep your name in front of your customers through out the year.
Minuteman Press of Clovis has a full array of services. We offer our customers professional graphic design, or send your own digital files, we can create the new QR codes with your information to be read and saved on the smart phones, digital black and white copies, digital color copies, offset printing, large format signs and banners, coil binding, perfect binding, laminating, mailing services. If you don’t see what you’re looking for just give us a call. We use the latest Adobe software for graphic design to give you that professional look you deserve. Our black and white and color copies are of the highest quality using the latest digital technology. Our large format signs and banners will draw attention to your business or event.
Minuteman Press of Clovis was established in 1978 and is family owned and operated. The owners believe in community involvement and are proud members of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce, Clovis Rodeo Association and Soroptimists. Minuteman Press of Clovis has received the Best of Fresno award for printing services. We also support Miss Winkles Pet Adoption. We proudly do printing for California State University, Fresno, Fresno Unified School District, Clovis Unified School District, Fresno EOC, UCSF Medical Centers, Clovis Rodeo Association, B.O.O.T. Business Organization of Old Town Clovis, Shaver Lake Chamber of Commerce, Wild Water Adventures and many more.
Neha Pondicherry accomplished what few students have in achieving a 36 on the ACT test.
A Place Called Home Residential Care, which offers a homelike setting for senior citizens, has opened a new facility in Clovis.
The shopping center at Herndon and Clovis avenues is looking up now that the center has new owners who have renovation plans.
Last Tuesday, the airmen of the Fresno Air National Guard Base paid tribute to its neighbor, Clovis, for the community support it has shown.
Area residents who have put off visiting Wolfe Manor, Clovis own haunted house, are out of luck because the scary old house has been torn down.
A Clovis Unified School has been selected as a National Blue Ribbon School, making it the only one in the central San Joaquin Valley and one of only 24 in California to be so honored.
On August 28, the Clovis Police Department (CPD) became the proud owners of five electric motorcycles, thanks to the San Joaquin Valley Air Districts public benefit grant.
Two Clovis students are among five San Joaquin Valley graduates awarded funds by the California Table Grape Commission in 2014. In all, the commission doled at over $160,000 in scholarships to California students this year.
ABC 30 Action News informed Clovis residents on Saturday, July 12 that an unusual species of mosquitoes is breeding in the small patches of standing water found throughout the city.
Thanks to the local Kiwanis, Central Valleys foremost patriotic celebration is held right here in Clovis, and locals have an eye-catching display of pyrotechnics to look forward to next week.