Monday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Minuteman Press of Irving has been family owned & operated and in business since 1995. Our more than 18 years of providing top quality printing and attentive customer service have resulted with us receiving the Minuteman Press, International “Top Overall Performance” and “Top Customer Service” awards, along with other commendations from various community service organizations.
The companies, schools, municipalities, churches, organizations and individuals we service are located throughout the DFW area and include the communities of Irving, Dallas, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Coppell, Farmers Branch, Euless, Bedford and the DFW Airport area.
Minuteman Press is actively involved in our local community. We support local schools, churches, non-profits and sports teams and are active members of the Irving/Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce.
With our state of the art Digital and Offset Capabilities, Professional Graphic Design, and complete Bindery, we can offer you the Quality and Service that can only come from our many years of combined printing experience. Our staff are the best at their trade - We can design, print, copy, bind, and deliver anything you need for your business. As a “One Stop Shop”, we’re here to help you with all of your printing needs. If it has a logo, graphic or design we can produce it!
Minuteman Press of Irving also offers FREE pick-up and delivery to the Irving area, or you may visit us at our shop, conveniently located at 940 N. Belt Line Rd, #133, Irving, TX 75061.
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The Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter from Nimitz High School partnered with Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) to clean up Trinity View Park last month.
Two Irving organizations, Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) and the City of Irving Code Enforcement Department, recently won national recognition for their work at the Keep America Beautiful National Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C., as reported in a KIB press release.
There is great news for Irving, Texas-based fans of speculative fiction, particularly that aimed at teen and young adult readers, as the North Texas Teen Book Festival 2017 has now been scheduled for spring.
Mainstage Irving-Las Colinas will present Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, directed by David Canright, next month.
Construction of Fire Station 12 should be finished sometime in March, 2017.
Although the Irving Police Department recently purchased about 200 body cameras for all its patrol officers, it is ordering more, this time for its school resource officers, who are considered specialists.
Larry Boyd, Irvings chief of police who has been in charge of the department since 2004, recently announced his plans to retire at the end of 2016, according to an article from CBS.
Saturday, July 23, was a great day for pets across the nation. On that day, the Irving City Animal Shelter, along with 67 other area shelters, and hundreds more across the country, waived adoption fees in the hope of encouraging people to come and give the animals a forever home.
The Irving Independent School District (ISD) will offer tuition-based, full-day Pre-K programs at three spots throughout the district, to lay the foundation for youngsters to become successful students.
The Alliance Family of Companies is on the move. According to an article on Fresh News.com, the company is relocating its corporate headquarters to a more modern and functional office near its old location. The move took place April 4, 2016, but wasn't officially celebrated until June 3, when a ceremony attended by dignitaries, including members of the local Chamber of Commerce, was held. The following day, Alliance organized a Street Carnival for their employees and their families, as well as vendors.
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