Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Welcome to Minuteman Press of Westerville, Ohio
We are an independent locally owned business and have been providing quality printing and copying services to individuals and businesses in the Westerville area for over 20 years. We provide quality products delivered with a high level of personalized services. We help to effectively market and advertise your business for growth. Our services include graphics design, full color and black/white digital printing, offset printing and complete complimentary line of bindery services. Email us your job or upload onto our website and we’ll take care of you!
We specialize in a wide variety of business printing both small and large jobs. Business cards, letterhead, envelopes, NCR forms(carbonless), Rx pads, note pads, flyers, brochures, postcards, booklets, labels, checks, stamps, lamination, menus, door hangers, tickets, wedding invites, holiday cards, calendars, die cuts, raised lettering, presentation folders, promotional products, bulk mailing, direct mailings, EDDM (Every Door Direct Mail) and many specialty items at customer request.
We support the local community through our active membership in the Westerville Chamber of Commerce, Worthington Chamber of Commerce, Westerville Rotary Club, Westerville Caring and Sharing program and sponsors of the Westerville Special Olympics.
Minuteman Press of Westerville will provide free pick- up and delivery in Westerville and surrounding area. Our location is easily accessible with free parking in the front.
From design to delivery we are able to handle everything you need to make your company successful. Consider us “The First and Last Step in Printing”.
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Innovative Organics, a company based in Westerville, has won approval from the Delaware City Council to apply for a grant to develop infrastructure to recycle food waste
David Collinsworth, Westerville's city manager, and Jason Bechtold, its economic development director, recently described the city as being exciting, with 2016 serving as a preview for what they expect to happen in this year.
Third-graders at Emerson Elementary School in Westerville learned about the law when they lobbied the city council on behalf of the butterflies in their garden.
Westerville residents voted November 8 to replace and make permanent a levy that was originally approved in March of 2012.
Gemini Place, a roadway extending Gemini from Orion Place to Worthington Road, is now open just to the north of Westerville, according to an article in This Week Community News.
Westerville Public Library has made the process of checking out and returning books easier for everyone, by installing a radio frequency identification system (RFID).
Rapid Fired Pizza, a pizza chain based in Dayton, is going to open its first area location in Westerville.
A restaurant that serves authentic Mexican food will be opening soon in the Polaris corridor in Westerville.
Westerville's Rotary Club is expanding the various events celebrating Independence Day. According to an article in This Week, when he planned last year's activities, Dave Krebs, the chairman of the event, realized there was a lot of empty space during the day. The fun began with a 5K run/walk, followed by an afternoon parade. The fireworks came last, much later in the day. The event planners decided to do something to fill the gap between the parade and the fireworks, and developed the idea of a concert series.
When the Providence Baptist Church decided to sell a 6.7-acre site on Westerville's southeast side, city officials were quick to make an offer. They contacted the church only 10 days after the property went on the market.
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