Monday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Minuteman Press of Chesapeake, Virginia is your local printing and copying center. We are conveniently located on Military Highway south of I264 and just north of Sparrow Road. We service the communities of Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach and Norfolk. We specialize in full color printing and copying services, embroidery and silk screen printing, promotional products and advertising specialties as well as graphic design and finishing services. We can also produce high quality color posters and blueprints. And don't forget to ask about our mailing and direct mail marketing capabilities.
Some of our more popular printed products include: brochures, business cards, envelopes, flyers, invitations, labels, letterheads, newsletters, postcards, and presentation folders. However you will find our product range will accommodate virtually any type of business's design, print or promotional needs. Our valued customers include churches, health care companies, manufacturers, restaurants, professional service companies as well as local and state government agencies including our military branches.
Minuteman Press is your one stop shop for business branding and promotional ideas which incorporates millions of different products designed to promote your business. Please contact us for a no obligation quote for your next print project or feel free to stop by our store front located at 1109 S. Military Highway, Chesapeake, VA. 23320
Chesapeake Public Schools has stepped in to help educators who are forced to pay for their own supplies, by creating a store where teachers can shop for free.
A new shopping center will soon be under construction in the Grassfield area of Chesapeake.
Chesapeake resident Freeda Steele would like to open a cat cafe in the Hampton Roads area, and has begun the lengthy process of getting the various permits and permissions she will need to run such an enterprise.
The Chesapeake Public Library has retired its beloved Bookmobile and replaced it with two smaller vans, according to an article in the Virginian-Pilot.
Chesapeake's Board of Zoning Appeals held a hearing on October 27, to determine whether or not a local landfill could expand.
Recent rains and flooding in Chesapeake have created thousands of acres that could be potential breeding grounds for mosquitoes, which breed in standing water.
The Chesapeake Correctional Center is being expanded for the first time in almost two decades.
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