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Burlington International Minute Press is a locally owned and operated full service printing and promotional products company that has been in business since 2009. We offer everything you need to effectively market your existing and potential customers. We are proud to give back to our community by providing discounts to special organizations and charities in our local area.
We provide quality printed products delivered with a high level of customer service. Our services include digital printing, bindery services, black and white, or color copying, design services and much more. International Minute Press works to give you a high quality finished product at a competitive price that will help you reach your marketing goals with excellent service in a timely manner.
We will guide you in the right direction for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, flyers, brochures, wedding or social invitations, advertising specialties, booklets, coupons, direct mail pieces, mailing services, and logo design to effectively market your business. We can even do short run T-shirts and can huggers. Our job is to develop a comprehensive plan, anything from completely designing your logo to simply offering suggestions, all of which can be tailored to fit your budget. International Minute Press can handle your small jobs as well as large ones. We offer free pick up and delivery service. Just email us your job or upload it to our website and we will bring it to your door.
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Select Bank & Trust recently consolidated its two locations in Alamance Countyone in Burlington and the other in Gibsonvilleinto a single office in Burlington.
The Haw River Assembly is sponsoring several programs that investigate the Haw River, which runs close to Burlington, and are designed for young scientists and their families.
The second novel of Wilmington author Wiley Cash, This Dark Road to Mercy, will be the community reading selection of Alamance Reads for 2015. This is a one book campaign held every year in Burlington and surrounding Alamance County.
Burlington Animal Services is holding a special adoption program as part of National Pet Month.
The fourth annual Ta-Ta Trot 5K Run/Walk will be held by the Burlington Junior Womans Club later this week.
The Burlington Police will be holding seven strategic planning sessions with the community during the months of March and April. The goal of these sessions is to ensure that their relationship with the folks who live in the community is solid and open.
Students at the Turrentine Middle in Burlington are working out while learning science, technology, engineering and math skills as part of Kevin Wellman's physical education classes. The focus is the science behind a healthy heart rate.
During the month of January, the featured artist of the month of the Burlington Artists League will be George Lentz, a painter of water colors and photographer.
To help families in need of food for a Christmas dinner and other items at this time of year, the Times-News of Burlington is providing the Christmas Cheer list of families that can be adopted by residents.
Recently, Sheetz Inc. opened its new Burlington distribution center with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony, which was attended by employees of the company and their families, along with leaders in the community, dignitaries and Governor Pat McCrory.
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