Monday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
MINUTEMAN PRESS of Davenport is owned and operated by the Merle family. We opened our doors in December of 1991 and began serving the Quad Cities area as a Printing & Copy center. With over 20 years of serving the customer, we are experienced and offer superior customer service which includes not only providing the best way to produce your printing project but understanding the importance of each individual job. We’ve have been nominated 3 years in a row for the Better Business Bureau, Integrity Award for Small Business.
From start to completion we are “The First & Last Step in Printing”. We offer a wide array of printing services, including Full Color Digital Printing as well as conventional Offset Printing. Our Copying services include Full Color and black & white. Sue, our skilled Graphic Designer is able to assist you, whether you’ve created your own art, have a design in mind or are in need of ideas and layout. We have the capabilities to provide our customers with an extensive range of printed items including business cards, letterhead, envelopes, memo pads, multi-part forms, brochures, flyers, postcards, presentation folders, invitations, labels, mailing services and much more.
The companies, schools, municipalities, churches, organizations and individuals we service are located throughout the Quad Cities area and include Davenport, Bettendorf, DeWitt, Durant, Eldridge, LeClaire, Muscatine, Pleasant Valley and Walcott. Minuteman Press is actively involved in our local community. We support local schools, churches, non-profits and sports teams, including Miracles Can Happen Boys Ranch, Durant American Legion and Auxiliary, Ranch Riders, The Chordbusters, Scottish American Society, Preclampsia Foundation and Quad Cities United. Wendy, our Customer Service rep, currently serves as President of the Walcott, IA Chamber of Commerce. Morris Merle is business partner for the Kimberly Center of the Davenport Community School District and is a classroom volunteer for Junior Achievement.
Over the last 21 years Minuteman Press of Davenport has earned our customers business by providing professional, personalized service. We have an understanding of our customers and their business needs. We strive to be a resource, making our customers stand out in a competitive market. We can 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, copying needs.
You may see our white, orange & green delivery vehicle around. Minuteman Press of Davenport offers FREE pick-up and delivery to much of the Quad Cities area. You may visit us at our shop, conveniently located at 902 W. Kimberly Road, next to Subway, or you may contact us by phone, fax, email or our website, which is open 24/7.
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At the start of this month, Davenport's Levee Improvement Commission met to discuss an idea that has been under consideration for some time: merging the Commission with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
Sterilite Corporation, which makes plastic storage containers for a number of applications, is planning to set up a facility in Davenport, Iowa.
The Davenport Fire Department recently cut the ribbon to open the Central Fire Station, which has been renovated.
The Rhythm City Casino boat, which has been the showpiece of the Davenport riverfront for more than 10 years, is leaving since there is a new casino on land.
Davenport is getting ready to party with a purpose according to an article on the KWQC TV Channel 6 website.
Netflix is reviving the Gilmore Girls television series in November and, as part of its promotion of the show, has selected about 200 cafes in the United States, and five in Canada, to transform into replicas of Luke's Diner, the coffee shop featured in the program. In Davenport, that honor went to the Coffee Hound on Brady Street.
Davenport Community Schools hope to encourage better nutrition by providing a tool that will help track the nutritional value of meals served in the district, as well as the choices students make when they purchase them.
The Davenport Community School District recently announced that it will be switching its phone system.
Runners from Davenport and throughout the Quad Cities area are already training for the race known as the Bix at Six.
On May 25, 2016, twenty-five Davenport residents proved they had learned a lot about how their local government works. As evidence, they were graduated as
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