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We are so glad you found us or are back to visit us again! We are continuously striving to improve your experience working with us and to make your job easier. We realize that you are what makes our company successful and we appreciate you putting your trust in us.
We are a locally owned, family operated commercial print store. Our staff works hard to make you look good and create printed materials to make your business successful.
We are located in Lewis Center, Ohio and serve the city of Columbus, Upper Arlington, Polaris, Delaware, Powell and Worthington with a wide selection of high quality printing services at affordable prices. We offer full color digital printing and copies, off-set printing, black & white printing and copies, graphic design and bindery. We can turn your designs (or create a design for you) into professional quality business cards, envelopes, letterheads, notepads, carbonless forms, brochures, flyers, postcards, checks, labels, presentation folders, stamps, direct mail, USPS Every Door Direct Mail, signage, and much more.
As a locally owned business we believe it is important to be involved in, and support, the local community. We are members of the Powell Area Chamber of Commerce, the Delaware Chamber of Commerce and the Lewis Center/Polaris Rotary Club.
Our Minuteman Press store provides free pickup and delivery throughout Franklin County and Delaware County in central Ohio.
At Minuteman Press we will handle your jobs, no matter how large or small, with the highest standards. And if you want to see your logo on something besides paper we can help you with that as well- pens, awards, tote bags, shirts and so much more.
Can’t get out of the office to drop off your files? You can upload it to our website or email the files to us and if you just have a hard copy, don’t worry we will come pick it up and drop off the finished product to you.
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Organizers of an upcoming race to be held in Lewis Center are managing the event because people in Central Ohio are going hungry. Their resentment at the situation has led them to set up the event, which is called Running Cause We're Hangry.
Every year, Gerber, the giant baby food company, runs a contest to select its Gerber Baby, and this years winner is a young Lewis Center resident.
The Freshman Class Cabinet of Orange High School in Lewis Center, Ohio, is hosting a winter formal early next month.
Lewis Center residents will be interested to learn that the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has updated its forecast for opening roads after construction.
Fans of the movie The Polar Express can take a ride on their favorite train (sort of), and hear the story again, thanks to Cruz Candy in Powell, about seven miles from Lewis Center, which is holding its annual Polar Express Event.
Before the Tanger Factory Outlet Center opened in Berkshire Township, residents in Lewis Center and throughout the area expressed concern that the new mall would create traffic snarls and bring increased crime. Now, about four months after the centers grand opening, officials say there have been far fewer difficulties than anticipated, and that the center has proven to be very productive.
The time has come for the Delaware County Fair, which draws participants from throughout the area.
Two new businesses are getting ready to open in Delaware, and could prove to be a draw for people from Lewis Center.
At its June 9 meeting, the Olentangy schoolboard agreed to purchase the Olentangy Academy in Lewis Center for $2,225,000.
Each summer, Ohio Wesleyan University offers gifted students from throughout central Ohio, including Lewis Center, the chance to choose from among dozens of classes that allow them to learn through experience. According to an article in This Week, one of those classes is Tom Bogard's River Rats, which takes place in Liberty Township, along the Olentangy River. Bogard, who teaches science at Berkshire Middle School, has been leading groups to the river for 19 years.
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