Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The business was founded in 2009 by Gail and Steve Weber. We are in our 3rd year. We opened in the historic Crocker House Building in downtown New London. We are directly across from City Hall. We service all the coastal cities and towns from Old Saybrook to Westerly, Rhode Island.
We offer Digital Printing and bindery services. Our shop is complemented by Minuteman Press of Norwich, also owned by Gail and Steve Weber, which has offset presses, a full bindery and mail house on site. This enables extremely fast turn around for our customers.
We are active in the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut where Gail is a member of the Executive Board.
We work with many non-profit organizations in our area, including, but not limited to United Way, Habitat for Humanity, ARC, Hospice and Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut.
Our excellent staff has been with us for many years. This allows for a great rapport with our customers.
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An upcoming New London event will give people from the local community a chance to enjoy a night of painting and fun with their friends while helping to raise money for local women and children trying to escape domestic violence and also those who are homeless.
New Londons Fiddleheads food co-op has served the community for nine years, and it is hosting a celebration to mark the occasion.
A murder has been committed in Wonderland, and New London residents are being asked to come out and help solve the crime.
Residents of New London who are considering purchasing a new home are invited to come to a seminar that has been planned with them in mind.
Til Duty is Done is organizing an event to recognize veterans and the service they provided to the country, and it is seeking volunteers from New London who would be willing to lend a hand.
The impact that human activities have had on the wildlife and landscape of New London waterways will be the focus of an upcoming event that has been planned for the area.
Residents of New London are asked to be generous in their support of finding a cure for Alzheimers disease.
The Kelley Road Race will be celebrating its 54th year in New London.
New London will once again be playing host to an event that brings together people from all over the state who are looking for a fun way to spend a summer weekend.
The New London Police Department will be undergoing a scheduled assessment as part of its Tier 1 re-accreditation process, and it is seeking the publics input.
Thank you for visiting your local Minuteman Press printing center