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Kevin & Anne Myers are the owners of Minuteman Press of Myrtle Beach - a marketing services provider offering printing, graphic design, mailing services and promotional products. We proudly serve the Grand Strand, including Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Little River and Conway. Located at 1772 Highway 501 in Myrtle Beach, we are conveniently located. But don’t forget – we offer FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY!
Minuteman Press is committed to providing you with quality products delivered with a high level of personalized service. Our graphic designers work collaboratively to design a product that presents you or your organization in a positive, professional and eye-catching manner. We encourage you to visit our office to discuss your next project, as well as compare paper samples and discuss approaches to your printing project.
Call, stop in or email us to discuss the many products we can assist you with including: banners, yard signs, labels, postcards, flyers, brochures, rack cards, booklets, carbonless forms, note pads, invitations, posters, banners, menus, envelopes, raffle tickets, magnets and more. We have access to more than 300,000 promotional products including drinkware, writing instruments, apparel and gift ideas.
Call us at 843-353-2694 for a free evaluation of your current marketing and print materials. Let’s work together to develop an effective and affordable way to promote your company, brand or product within your budget.
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Ocean Boulevard, one of the main streets in Myrtle Beach, is getting a facelift.
Coast RTA is thinking of making changes to one of its busiest routes, that between Myrtle Beach and Conway.
The Horry County Council, which represents the area including Myrtle Beach, has voted to create a commission to help prioritize the various road repair works that will be presented to county voters next year.
Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand might be the site of two of Wal-Mart's smaller stores, known as the Neighborhood Market.
Myrtle Beach is throwing a month-long party to tell military personnel that the city appreciates their hard work and sacrifice.
Myrtle Beachs popular farmers market, The Myrtle Market, will soon reopen for the season.
Despite uncertainty surrounding the eventual use of the building, the Horry County Airport Advisory Committee voted in favor of proceeding with a plan to improve the faade of the terminal at the old Myrtle Beach International Airport.
Myrtle Beach is about to become home to a new business, the first of its type in the Carolinas: electric bicycles.
January gives Myrtle Beach residents the opportunity to start the year off by helping others, since it is National Blood Donor Month.
Three shopping malls on Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand are undergoing major changes, according to a December 5 news item.
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