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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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This month, Chris Eldridge, the Horry County administrator, announced that Scott Van Moppes would be the new director of the Myrtle Beach International Airport.
Residents of Horry County, which includes Myrtle Beach, approved a ballot referendum known as RIDE III by a large margin, according to an article in Myrtle Beach Online.
Nat and Peggy Campbell, who stay in Myrtle Beach for a month every year, went beach combing the day after Hurricane Matthew. Although they hoped to find sharks' teeth, what they did find astonished them.
On September 10, Magnolia, a loggerhead sea turtle weighing 200lb, was able to return to the sea.
Students enrolled in the International Culinary Institute at Horry Georgetown Technical College in Myrtle Beach may soon be able to major in pastry arts and baking.
An upcoming hearing will determine if a local park owner will be able to sell memorabilia items without constantly needing to request permission to operate as a retailer.
Shark Wake Park, the first continuous wakeboarding park in Florida, opened June 17, 2016, in Myrtle Beach, according to an article in Myrtle Beach Online. Greg Norman Jr. founded the park, which is located in the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex. Norman has been wakeboarding since he was 16, and said Shark Wake is unique, because it allows multiple participants to ride the water simultaneously. Most other parks allow only one person to ride at one time.
Executive HeliJet, which current operates at the Myrtle Beach International Airport as well as the North Myrtle Beach Airport, has announced plans for expansion.
A new memorial was unveiled in Myrtle Beach at Warbird Park on April 8.
Racepath Community Centre has found a parcel of land just a few doors from the current location, where he wants to build a new, larger center with space for parking.
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