Monday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Minuteman Press of St. Louis, Missouri (MO) is a locally owned & owner operated full-service print shop. We opened in 1989 and are one of the original Minuteman Press franchise locations in the St. Louis area. This location has never changed ownership. Our clients are treated to on time deliveries and have come to expect quality, professionalism and an understanding of what has to be done. We serve the Downtown and Midtown Saint Louis areas as well as all of the Clayton and parts of the county. We offer free local pickup & delivery throughout the Metro area. “If you're too busy to come to us, we are always happy to come visit you for a free no obligation price quote.”
Products and services include traditional and digital printing full or single color printing, our high quality digital press will dazzle you with its quality and color, we have an experienced graphic design department, with our in-house large format printing, as well as large format laminating we can produce colorful posters and trade signage and banners. We are experienced in signs, trophies, invitations for weddings, bar mitzvahs and all social functions. We also produce flyers, letterheads, envelopes, brochures, embossing, foil stamping, and thermography. We provide mailing services, ad specialties, engraving, have our own letterpresses (Heidelberg Windmills) and so much more.
We have full picture framing capabilities as well as digitized matt cutting. We provide commercial services to businesses as well as schools, colleges, universities and organizations.
What more could you want in a print partner? We support many local charities and look forward to working with you!
The first-ever Mac & Cheese Throwdown STL is coming to St. Louis, and residents have an opportunity to indulge in some quintessential comfort food, sampling up to 60oz of cheesy goodness in total.
Mardi Gras 2017 is not until the end of February, but St. Louis has already started celebrating. Several events are over, but there is more fun to come.
Southwest Airlines is adding a number of flights to the schedule they operate in and out of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis, Missouri. They are adding one daily nonstop flight to San Diego and Boston that will operate only during the summer months. They're also adding one nonstop flight daily to Nashville, Tennessee and Cleveland, Ohio, which will operate beyond the summer, though it has not been announced if the flights will be year-round. Finally, they're adding the Charleston flight, a nonstopbut it will operate only on Saturday and Sunday.
Lisa Grozdanic and her husband Armin serve authentic Bosnian food in their South St. Louis restaurant, Yapi Mediterranean Grill, which opened this October.
Wild Lights is returning to the St. Louis Zoo for the holidays.
Groupon To Go, the on-demand food delivery arm of Groupon, has begun operations in St. Louis, according to a recent article in Business Wire.
New Line Theatre is planning to open its 2016 season with Celebration, a musical with music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jones (no, not that Tom Jones).
One of St. Louis's most popular pancake restaurants is setting up a second location downtown, according to a recent report in the Riverfront Times.
The Laumeier Sculpture Garden, which draws approximately 300,000 visitors annually, is 40 years old this year, and is celebrating the occasion by installing a new sculpture that pays tribute to an American icon the cement mixer.
In order to get drivers to slow down, St. Louis officials are considering placing speed humps on residential streets, according to an article on KMOV. Reckless driving and speeding has become so dangerous, some St. Louis officials are calling the situation an emergency.
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