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Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Since the early 2000’s, International Minute Press has been a locally-owned and operated business-to-business full-service printing and marketing design shop. We are conveniently located at 2231 E. Millbrook Road, Suite 111 in Raleigh. We provide marketing and print services to North Raleigh, Knightdale, Wake Forest and surrounding areas with free delivery within five miles.
Let International Minute Press (IMP North) be your one-stop-shop for all advertising and print needs! We are ready to partner with you in orchestrating marketing campaigns with proven returns on investment such as promotional products that make lasting impressions (apparel, koozies, mugs, water bottles, lunch bags, key chains, etc.) and “Every Door Direct Marketing” (postcards, flyers, brochures, catalogues, etc.) that zero in on your target market by zip code.
Sound appealing but a bit overwhelming? No need to fret. Let IMP North do what we do best – provide stellar customer service! We will walk you through the process step by step from campaign conception, graphic design, effective medium selection and finished product. Allow us to take the guess work out of effective business-to-business marketing so that you have time to do what you do best – growing your business!
International Minute Press North Raleigh is a proponent of community building. We support local schools, churches, non-profits and sports teams. We are a member of Business Networking International.
Savvy Homes, a 12-year-old company based in Raleigh, has been acquired by AV Homes.
Kane Realty, a North Hills developer, has obtained the last piece of land it needs to finish its projected 34-acre expansion of the project it's working on near Wake Forest Road. The land is just over 20 acres, which Kane now owns outright, and it is leasing another 13.
Hobby Properties, a developer based in Raleigh, North Carolina, is thinking about redeveloping the King Charles Road and New Bern corner to accommodate a restaurant/cinema, according to an article in the News Observer.
Earlier this month, members of the Raleigh City Council got a standing ovation from residents who had packed the chamber for their meeting.
The garage that houses the Trolley Pub, a popular mobile bar that patrons help the driver pedal around the city, is being revamped
The city of Raleigh is spending over $12m to renovate the park at Moore Square, a project that makes it necessary to move a sculpture to a new location.
The Art of Cool Festival (AOCF) is five years old, and celebrated the occasion on September 16 as part of the Music on the Plaza series at Northgate Mall. The festival also took the opportunity to announce next years dates.
The NC Theatre has announced its 2016-2017 season program.
Several new eateries are opening in Raleigh, ranging from a full-service restaurant to a coffee shop.
A number of restaurants are set to open in and around Raleigh, according to an article on WRAL.com.
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