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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
International Minute Press of Lansing is a family owned and operated commercial print store with over 20 years of printing experience. We stride for excellent customer service with a high level of personalization and quality printing in a timely manner.
International Minute Press of Lansing can help you promote your business in a variety of ways. We offer: off-set printing, full color digital and black and white printing, business cards, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, newsletters, booklets, NCR forms, memo pads, direct mail, full bindery services, artwork and design, checks, stamps, promotional items, and much much more.
Our store provides free pickup and delivery to Lansing, Grand Ledge, Mulliken, Sunfield, Charlotte, Olivet, Marshall, Holt, Potterville, Eaton Rapids, Mason, East Lansing, and Okemos. Our location is handicap accessible and has free parking right out in front.
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Lansing officials are demolishing a landmark to keep the public safe.
LorAnn Oils, a local company that makes oils and flavoring for the baking and candy industry, plans to expand its Lansing headquarters, according to an article in the Lansing State Journal.
Several major construction projects are either underway in Lansing, Michigan, or will soon break ground. Together, the five will continue the evolution of the city in 2017.
The Lansing Derby Vixens are holding boot camps for women who might like to try skating as part of a roller derby team. All women are welcome, no matter their body type, age, or skill level.
Fluid Chillers, Inc., a Lansing company that makes cooling systems for beer fermentation tanks, NASA spacecraft, and laser cooling systems, is planning an expansion.
Convexity Properties, a developer based in Chicago, has resubmitted its plans for luxury apartments and a 12-story hotel that it wants to build on an abandoned block in East Lansing.
The Boys & Girls Club of Lansing is now the site of the Jackson Teen Zone, a space for teens to get ready for college.
For years, the football team of Lansing Catholic High School has been forced to play its home games on other fields. In a few days this will no longer be the case, since a new stadium on the school's campus is nearing completionjust in time for the opening game of the season.
Thousands of people took to the Lansing streets on Saturday, July 9, for the city's fourth Color Run.
The federal government, through its Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), has awarded $2.3 million to Lansing, to help with its efforts to remediate the lead-based paint found in structures throughout the city.
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