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 is a full service digital printing and graphics company conveniently located on Philadelphia Road in Rosedale, MD. You have convenient access to our print shop from Interstates 95 & 695 and route 40 & route 7. Minuteman Press has been serving the business communities of Baltimore and surrounding areas including Rosedale, Essex, White Marsh, Nottingham & Middle River for over 30 years, providing high quality digital and offset printed products. We also provide professional graphics design, full binding capabilities, bulk mailing services and banners & signs.
At Minuteman Press we utilize the latest technology to handle your print project. Some of the products you can rely on us for include post cards, brochures, newsletters, training manuals, business cards, flyers, banners, signs, business forms, mailings, envelopes, promotional products and so much more. Some of our clients have been with us since Minuteman Press Rosedale opened its doors, 30 years ago. Our clients are associations, doctors, lawyers, dentists, restaurants, schools & training companies, manufacturing companies, service businesses and even our local government agencies.
Minuteman Press, Rosedale has been honored to receive many awards over the years including “Top Customer Service” from Minuteman Press International, Inc. We are proud members of the local Chamber of Commerce and Masonic Lodge. We understand how busy our clients are in running their own departments and businesses so we provide free delivery to our local customers. We also extend an invitation for you to visit us at our location, 8201 Philadelphia Rd, Baltimore, Maryland 21237.
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A recent grant in the amount of $5m from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation now puts the total raised by the Ronald McDonald House Charities Baltimore at $27.2 million, so construction can begin on a new facility.
PeopleForBikes, a national group that advocates on behalf of bicyclists, is implementing its Big Jump Project, and has chosen Baltimore, Maryland, as one of 10 cities to participate in an initial effort.
Graceland Park O'Donnell Heights Elementary School is slated to be rebuilt, and some kindergarten students there used the upcoming project to work on a model of their own.
The Ballet of Theatre of Maryland will soon be on stage at Baltimores Lyric Theatre to present the holiday classic The Nutcracker.
Up to Date Laundry, a firm that offers laundry services for doctors' scrubs, sheets, and other linen used by major healthcare providers in the area, plans to open a new facility next summer in East Baltimore.
Pier Six Pavilion, a concert venue, could soon be under new management, according to an article in the Baltimore Sun.
Parking meters designed for use by handicapped drivers will be in use soon in the Baltimore neighborhoods of Harbor East and Fells Point.
Part of the Baltimore Metro subway is closed for repairs, but commuters can still get to their destinations, thanks to the Maryland Department of Transportation.
The Impossible Dream, a 60-foot catamaran that is wheelchair accessible, visited Baltimore Harbor recently.
After years of planning and work, Baltimore police are getting their body cameras, and the training to use them. According to a news article in the Baltimore Sun, on May 26 a training class met to learn how to use the devices, and there were lots of questions.
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