Monday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
We’re Joe and Elissa Epel, and we’ve owned the Minuteman Press in Yonkers, New York, since 1994.
Our shop, located in New York’s fourth-largest city, serves not only Yonkers but other nearby communities. These range from the picturesque River Towns of the Lower Hudson Valley, to the diverse suburbs of central Westchester, and to New York City’s northernmost borough, The Bronx, which is only 10 minutes away via the Saw Mill/Henry Hudson Parkway. This dual urban-suburban location yields a varied customer base including service businesses, industrial and manufacturing companies, community-service agencies, medical providers, municipal entities, arts organizations, and religious and educational institutions.
Communities Served: Yonkers, Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Irvington, Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Eastchester, White Plains, Hartsdale, Scarsdale, Crestwood, Mount Vernon, Riverdale, The Bronx . . . and anywhere else in the universe our website reaches!
Typical Items Sold: Business cards, letterheads, envelopes, carbonless forms, program journals, newsletters, booklets, brochures, flyers, menus, postcards, folders, binders, memo pads, labels, rubber stamps, stencils, tickets, signs, banners, badges, advertising specialties, instruction sheets, invitations, announcements, greeting cards, calendars, bags . . . .
Available Processes: Color and black-and-white state-of-the-art Canon digital laser printing; offset printing in spot colors and four-color-process; design, layout and typesetting; variable digital printing; mailing services; thermography; foil stamping, diecutting and embossing; coil and comb binding; saddle-stitch and perfect binding; large-run laminations; cutting, scoring, perforating, numbering and drilling; editorial and writing assistance; self-publishing services. . . .
Value Added: Former business executive (Joe) and editor/publicist/development officer (Elissa). Future oriented, constantly self-educating in latest technologies. Free advice on digital basics, expert photo editing, editorial/writing assistance, patient hand-holding for novices and customers with limited communication and computer skills, creative solutions for those on a limited budget.
Community Outreach: Westchester Disabled On the Move (an Independent Living agency), the Yonkers Beautification Conservancy, East Yonkers Kiwanis, Building Hope for the New Yonkers Animal Shelter, Hastings-on-Hudson Farmers’ Market, RiverArts. Members, Yonkers Chamber of Commerce and East Yonkers Kiwanis.
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As participants in the #WestchesterSmart Mobile App Development Bowl, a team of Westchester Community College students worked together to create an app that allows family to keep in contact with the caregivers of elderly family members.
The city of Yonkers, the Yonkers Board of Education, and the Yonkers Kiwanis Club are on the lookout for a few good teachers.
An exhibition at ArtsWestchester, an art gallery in downtown White Plains, examines the ways people try to relieve medical issues and other problems in modern day society.
An animal rights organization in Yonkers, Building Hope for the New Yonkers Animal Shelter, is taking that concept and using it to encourage people to report suspected animal abuse and neglect.
At the end of October, Leake & Watts, a foster care organization in Yonkers, held its annual fundraising gala.
Foodies in Yonkers have an annual event to look forward to. During the upcoming Restaurant Week, area eateries will offer specials on lunch and dinner.
At Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, a new endowment, created by Suzanne Salter Arkin, an alumna of the school, aims to attract students interested in pursuing the sciences to the school.
Drivers in Yonkers will soon no longer have to dig for quarters and change when parking on the street.
To increase the opportunities for affordable housing, particularly for people with mental illness or for veterans, Yonkers-based St. Joseph's Medical Center has proposed building an 80-unit apartment complex.
One of the costs of college people don't mention often is the cost of outfitting a dorm room. Students living on-campus need the basics such as sheets, towels, and toiletries.
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