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Printing Services in Mt. Kisco, NY
Minuteman Press Mt Kisco is an award winning, locally owned and operated commercial print store. Since 2004, we have provided the Northern Westchester area with a wide selection of printing services, including traditional offset and advanced digital printing, full bindery services, bulk mailing as well as computer graphics. Our extensive product range includes business cards, envelopes, letterhead, memo pads, NCR forms, brochures, flyers, postcards, labels, announcements, newsletters, booklets, presentation folders, stamps, banners, posters and much more.
Minuteman Press Mt Kisco provides free delivery to businesses in our area. This includes Mt. Kisco, Chappaqua, Bedford, Katonah, Armonk, Pleasantville, North and South Salem, and Pound Ridge.
As Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce members, we support our community and have a fundamental understanding of our customers needs. We pride ourselves in the service we provide on every job, big or small. Our customer’s success is our success!
BREAKING NEWS: We have outgrown our current space and are moving to a larger location across the street by March 1, 2012!
News About Printing in Mt. Kisco, NY
The Park, a retail complex in Mt. Kisco, was recently the site of a special car show of electric and hybrid vehicles, the first of its kind in New York State according to Mary-Beth Kass, a co-founder of Bedford 2020 who was the primary backer and supporter of the car show.
Eduardos, an iconic restaurant in Mt. Kisco for the past 44 years, recently announced that it has undergone extensive renovations and has changed its name as well to reflect the new ambience of the restaurant.
The Mt. Kisco Village Board of Trustees recently announced that a new director, Kathryn Feeley, has started working at the Mt. Kisco Public Library.
People reading from Mt. Kisco and the surrounding area are in for a special treat this weekend, as local youth-led drama troupe Infinity Repertory Theatre Company is putting on its production of Love... An Evening of One Act Plays.
The Mt. Kisco Diner is getting ready to serve even more hungry costumers. The local area planning board recently approved the expansion of the restaurant and its surrounding parking area. This request was made to the board after diner owners noted a consistent spillover of both cars and potential customers.
In an effort to encourage holiday shopping in the downtown business district, Mount Kisco officials have again suspended meter payments in several prime shopping areas. Time limits, however, will still be enforced for the free parking zones.
With all of the eating holidays at hand, and winter weather encouraging people to hibernate indoors, the struggle to achieve or maintain a healthy level of activity becomes an even greater challenge. The new Mount Kisco CrossFit club has stepped in to address that. Open since November 10 by Andrew and Kim Handler, the facility is offering free memberships for the remainder of the month of November.
In what has become an eagerly anticipated fall tradition, the United Methodist Church (UMC) of Mt. Kisco has again transformed its front lawn into a scene that would gladden the heart of Great Pumpkin fans everywhere. Thousands of pumpkins, grown and harvested in New Mexico, will adorn the church lawn through the end of October. It is a site to behold and, apparently, a popular photo backdrop.
The Savor Your Senses Wine Tasting and Concert, which benefits Guiding Eyes Organization, is going to take place in Yorktown Heights, New York, which is located about 7 miles from Mount Kisco.
The Grand Prix New York, one of the most well-known entertainment venues in the region, located at 333 N. Beford Road in Mount Kisco, has recently expanded its 120,000 square foot attraction by adding an arcade with twenty five state-of-the-art video games.