1727 Lincoln Highway
North Versailles, PA 15137
Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
MINUTEMAN PRESS in North Versailles Pennsylvania has been owned and operated by Diane Lavender and Kim Rancatore since September 5, 2000. Our Shadyside Pennsylvania location was opened March 5, 2012. We proudly produce high quality printing products in a very friendly environment. Our customers are served with an attitude of gratitude ensuring that they will always receive our best quality products, completed on time and for a fair price. We offer complete printing services including: Graphic Design, Offset Printing, Digital Printing, Complete Bindery Services, and Direct Mailing Services including the Every Door Direct program through the US Post Office. We also provide solutions for Advertising Specialty products as well as signage.
Our two locations service the eastern suburbs of Pittsburgh including North Versailles, White Oak, McKeesport, East Pittsburgh, Monroeville, North Huntingdon, Irwin, Penn Hills, Shadyside, Bloomfield, and East Liberty. We offer Free Pickup and Delivery to any local customer as well as Free No Obligation Quotes.
As a company we are very involved in many groups and organizations within the area. This includes organizations such as the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Norwin Chamber of Commerce, the Penn Hills Chamber of Commerce, and the East Allegheny Business Association. We also have memberships in the Greater Pittsburgh Business Connection, the Westmoreland Entrepreneurs and BNI.
Throughout our years in business we have consistently updated our equipment, software and employee training to ensure we are best suited to meet and exceed all of our customers ever changing printing needs. Our goal is to always say "Yes We Can" to any printing inquiry. We pride ourselves in always finding a solution for a customer's printing needs.
The Holiday Mart is taking place for a week in Sewickley, and is a presentation of the Sweetwater Center for the Arts.
Bearing in mind that writing copy is the main way that businesses communicate, and that clarity and ease of understand are key issues on this front, the Norwin Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Business Writing Seminar tomorrow morning.
A couple of festivals are taking place in the Pittsburgh area this September and October. The Hay Days festivals are traditional fall events with many seasonal activities, and two are scheduled to be held in the area this year.
The Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Celebrate Monroeville event next month.
There are several shows and festivals taking place in and around Pittsburgh this summer, most over which have something to offer to those of every taste and interest. Two such events will be the Artful Garden Craft Show and Pittsburgh Cycle Fest.
Westmorland County will be a good place to visit this June for those people looking for arts and crafts. At least three events are taking place that will introduce the public to some of the outstanding art available in the area.
The Health and Fitness Expo will be taking place this coming weekend in the build-up to the Pittsburgh Marathon.
The Building Better Business Expo (B3) has sold out of early bird tickets early, but there may still be a chance to buy tickets at the door of this popular event.
February will offer a ballet performance of Moulin Rouge a tale of tempting fate, reckless lifestyles, and seeking love at the famed cabaret.
The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts is presenting Picture This!, an annual juried photography exhibit, on January 12 from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Tickets are $75 each and suggested attire is dress casual. Proceeds will benefit the Ward Home.