1143-F St. Marks Church Road
Burlington, NC 27215
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
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.
Pet-related events are common in Burlington and the surrounding areas, but this weekend is one that has more than its share of activities. No doubt the various organizations sponsoring these events are using printing services to make the public aware of the goings-on, particularly leaning towards those interested in our four-legged friends.
Cardinal Self-Storage of Burlington recently announced that it will be offering a coupon worth half off the first months rent to new tenants who sign up for storage units in one of its Burlington area facilities. No doubt the company is using flyer printing to let people in the area know about this offer so that they can cut out the coupon from the flyer or download it from the companys web site.
The Seasons 52 restaurant is close to finishing construction in Burlington and is looking to hire about 100 local residents for its staff. Business card printing services might see an increase in demand in the area as people flock for the available positions, which will include servers, hosts and hostesses, and bartenders. Culinary positions, including preparation and line cooks, will be available too.
There are a lot of clever folks living and working in Burlington, and now it seems others are taking notice. According to a popular gaming website, it is one of the 100 smartest cities in the whole of the U.S.
A special two-weekend exhibit of art work by Antje Shiflett and aluminum and steel sculptures by Frank Holder will be held at Shifletts home in Burlington both this weekend and next.
The Alamance County Historical Museum in Burlington has announced that its 10th annual Garden Tour and Party will be held this weekend.
The City of Burlington recently announced that the Police Department has a new police chief, J. Jeffrey Smythe, who will officially take over the position on May 1.
According to information released by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Krispy Kreme has obtained a building permit to construct a new store at 182 Huffman Mill Road in Burlington. Flyer printing is no doubt being put to use to make the local community aware of the arrival of the companys signature one-of-a-kind glazed doughnuts to Burlington.
The city of Burlington, North Carolina recently announced that it will be forming a group called the East Burlington Community Workgroup, which will be a focus group whose goal is to gather input from the community on how to improve the city.
The Alamance-Burlington school system that covers Burlington, North Carolina, recently announced that several teachers in the district completed their Masters degrees from North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro. The school system is no doubt using flyer printing and poster printing to publicize the efforts of teachers to seek ways to improve their ability to educate and serve the students in the district known to those in the local community.