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Minuteman Press-Point Loma is a full service printing company, specializing in high quality, competitively priced, digital & offset printing. Copying, scanning, and fax services are also available along with graphic design and complete bindery services. We have been serving the print needs of Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, Old Town, and all areas of San Diego County as we have longtime customers throughout the county. We have a reputation for the best in customer satisfaction and pride ourselves in meeting your deadlines. Located at 3175 Midway Drive, we are easily accessible from any direction just west of where Interstate 5 and Interstate 8 intersect in the Midway Business District.
Our primary focus is the success of our clients’ business. Our expert staff can design and print the right business cards, stationery, brochures, newsletters, advertising specialties, booklets, coupons, direct mail pieces. Need logo design? Consider that taken care of. How will your mail piece effectively reach your target audience? We can coordinate that for you. Our job is to develop a comprehensive plan, from completely designing your logo to simply offering suggestions, all of which can be tailored to fit your budget. Minuteman Press – Midway can handle small jobs as well as large ones, whether printing on paper or any other items you need personalized. You may email us your job, upload to our website, or stop by in person. We can also meet you at your place of business if you wish. We design, print, copy, bind, and deliver anything you need for your business. As a “One Stop Shop”, we’re here to help you with all of your printing needs.
On March 15, Alaska Airlines announced it is adding six new nonstop flights from San Diego to cities around the country. The new destinations are part of the airline's expansion up and down the West Coast.
L'Auberge Del Mar, a luxury hotel in the San Diego suburb of Del Mar, recently finished redesigning its meeting spaces and guest rooms, according to an article on NBC San Diego website.
The California State Assembly passed a measure, Bill 797, that went into effect January 1, 2017, providing immunity to people who break into cars to rescue dogs they believe are in distress. However, San Diego County Animal Control officials say these good Samaritans need to exercise some common sense before they smash someone else's windows, according to an article in the San Diego Reader.
Rally's, a fast-food chain known for catering to consumers with lower incomes, is considering expanding its operations in San Diego.
Halloween came early to patients at San Diego's Rady Children's Hospital.
According to an article in the San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diegans will soon have the opportunity to go on a scavenger huntfor cash.
San Diego just introduced a shuttle service in the city's downtown neighborhoods.
The Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), which runs the San Diego Trolley, is dressing up it trolley cars to help advertise several of the television shows debuting this fall.
Basketball legend Bill Waltons friends and fans have honored him with a larger-than-life bronze statue, which is located at Ski Beach on Mission Bay.
Barons Market, an all-natural, locally owned grocery store, plans to open in North Park, a San Diego neighborhood, soon.
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