221 West Martin Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
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
MINUTEMAN PRESS Raleigh NC, has been printing and designing since 1995 and is a family owned and operated commercial print store. We pride ourselves in the service we provide for our customers and ultimately the end product. We offer off-set, full color digital and black and white printing, full bindery services, as well as artwork and design for an extensive range of printed items- business cards, envelopes, letterheads, memo pads, NCR forms, brochures, flyers, postcards, checks, labels, presentation folders, stamps, mail-outs, large format printing and much more. Our Minuteman Press store provides free delivery within the downtown area.
The fact that we are a “neighborhood” printing company makes us unique, as we have a fundamental understanding of our customers and are easily accessible to them. We strive to be an external resource to them, making them stand out in a competitive market. Through utilizing the most up to date equipment and technology we ensure that they are adapting to the constantly changing times. Our customer’s success is our success!
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The Marbles Kids Museum, located in Raleigh, opened the 3D movie Island of Lemurs: Madagascar last Friday, April 4.
Raleigh celebrated St. Patricks Day two days early, and did so in style.
Raleigh has received a federal grant in the amount of $1.1 million to help in its efforts to create a friendlier environment for bikers, and members of the commission on biking and walking are seeking opinions from citizens on how the money should be used.
Hillsborough Street is considered a gateway to downtown Raleigh, with approximately 21,000 vehicles traveling it every day. Now, the city is considering substantial changes to the popular thoroughfare as well.
A major road construction project called 'Fortify' is underway in the Raleigh area, bringing with it a number of anticipated road closures and detours. However the closures scheduled for today have been postponed.
According to Tyler Jones, lead pastor of Vintage Church, the organization plans to buy Long View Center if it can raise the funds it needs to complete the transaction. The purchase is in lieu of building a new structure, as was originally planned.
Raleigh music lovers who also want to just hang out, talk, and investigate upcoming shows will soon have a place to do all of that soon.
Raleigh residents will have a chance to celebrate Latin culture in September, when the 20th La Fiesta del Pueblo takes place. The fiesta brings together good food, traditional folk dancing, great bands, and art as participants celebrate Latino community, culture and family traditions.
After two years and $15 million, the Baldwin Auditorium at Duke University is set to reopen.
Raleigh residents who enjoy history and music had a bit of both last Saturday, July 13, at the Jubilee Music Festival. The celebration took place at Stagville Plantation and comprised a great deal of music that was influenced by the culture of enslaved African Americans.