31 St. Roch Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830
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 Greenwich is a full service commercial print shop. We have been servicing Greenwich for 20 years.
We provide our business clients and retail customers with fast reliable service, results oriented solutions and quality products at affordable prices with quick turnaround time.
We offer a wide array of business printing solutions including business cards, creative tri-fold brochures and letterhead, eye-catching full-color flyers and large format printing, posters, custom report printing, direct mail and binding, and much more. Our professional design team is here to guide you through logo creation and many brand-building essentials. 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.
Over the last 20 years we have earned your business by providing a degree of professional, personalized service. The fact that we are a “neighborhood” company makes us unique. We have a fundamental understanding of our customers and business needs. We strive to be a resource, making our customers stand out in a competitive market. With the most up to date equipment and technology we ensure that they are adapting to the constantly changing times. Our customer’s success is our success.
The Bruce Museum in Greenwich is currently holding an exhibition of private collections belonging to its residents. There are three collections, which include rare Baroque and Italian Renaissance drawings, paintings by Andrew Wyeth, and Chinese ceramics from the Tang Dynasty.
CT Challenge will be holding its annual bike ride later this month, the proceeds of which go to support the CT Challenge Center for Survivorships cancer events and programs in Southport, and at healthcare providers and hospitals that are part of its network.
The annual Tent Weekend will soon be held by the Second Congregational Church in Greenwich, as a way to celebrate the spring season and the onset of warmer weather.
The second annual Walk/Run for Hope will be hosted by CancerCare at Greenwich Point this weekend.
The Connecticut Parent Teacher Student Association recently chose Chris Winters, the Headmaster of Greenwich High School, as the High School Administrator of the Year for 2014.
The Town of Greenwich recently appointed Thomas J. Klein as its new Director of Information Technology. Most likely, the town is turning to flyer printing to let residents know of this appointment and of Kleins background.
Last weekend, the Kids in the Kitchen Fit and Fun Fest occurred for the second year in a row at the Greenwich YWCA. Most likely the Junior League of Greenwich, which sponsored the event, turned to a variety of printing services to attract as many kids as possible to this health awareness event.
The Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom in Greenwich, together with seven other dance studios of Arthur Murray, recently announced its Dance 2 Donate initiative for the New Year, which will benefit Stand Up to Cancer and its research in providing new therapies for patients. The Studio will most likely be turning to flyer printing to help in the efforts to raise awareness of this campaign.
Festive fun got underway last weekend with the Greenwich Reindeer Festival and Santas Workshop and Parade on Greenwich Avenue. Most likely banner printing was used throughout the town to remind those in the community of this annual event, which will run until December 24, and encourage community participation as much as possible.
The College Board recently announced that the Greenwich Public Schools are on the Boards AP Honor Roll, which means that students have increased access to advanced placement (AP) courses and have continued to receive scores of 3 or higher out of 5 on their AP tests. No doubt the school district has been using banner printing to let the community know of this achievement.