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Printing Services in South Charleston, WV
Longtime South Charleston residents, David and Cody Lake bought Minuteman Press, South Charleston over 23 years ago. David is well known from his years at Snodgrass Funeral Home and Ace Furniture in Nitro, WV. For 13 years he managed and operated the successful print shop located on D Street in “beautiful downtown South Charleston.” In January of 2002, he convinced his wife, Cody to join him in the shop and she has taken over marketing and day to day management. Due to health concerns, David retired, but maintains an active voice in all decisions.
Minuteman Press, SC continues to offer full service print capabilities. From one to four color process. Business Cards to Binders. Fast, superior quality digital prints. Employee hand books. Bulk mail services. We can help you mail Every Door Direct- the new mailing service from the Post Office! Specialty Advertising items like pens, cups, tape measures, bags, you name it we can supply it! We can design your project or print from your files.
From our central location, we service all surrounding towns and cities. Every Wednesday Cody makes FREE deliveries and pick-ups in Hurricane, Scott Depot, Poca, and Nitro areas. Many of our oldest and newest customers are from this area. Of course, St. Albans, Dunbar and South Charleston are our prime areas, but we have many customers from Ripley and the Logan area. Located just off I-64 Montrose Exit, we are easy to find and hard to miss.
The next time you have lunch in one of South Charleston’s many restaurants, drop in for a FREE quote on your printing or ad specialty project. We have the friendliest most knowledgeable staff in the valley.
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News About Printing in South Charleston, WV
Police officers in South Charleston and across the state of West Virginia are ready to take action against distracted driving, thanks to a large grant from the National Highway Safety Administration.
The state of Virginia recently awarded South Charleston a $6,300 grant to renovate an historic theater.
It might seem counter-intuitive for a business to give away some of its profits, but several South Charleston restaurants say that doing so makes them stronger.
South Charleston and the surrounding areas of West Virginia are giving visitors and locals a chance to engage in arts and culture.
The holiday season is not just about receiving presents, decorating, and enjoying lots of sweets. A local newspaper has not forgotten that it is also about helping others and giving.
The impact of the recent Superstorm Sandy and the many other natural disasters of 2012 have only hammered home the importance of having a disaster plan in place.
Businesses throughout South Charleston are making efforts to improve their appearance. The improvements to building's facades have been ongoing since 2010. As of mid-October, 33 businesses in the downtown area have taken steps to make their facades look nicer.
Old electronics collecting dust in drawers or in closets is a problem of the modern age. People living in South Charleston will have the opportunity to responsibly dispose of their old and unused electronics on tomorrow, September 21.
On Tuesday, August 14, officials announced that building had begun for a new state-of-the-art technology center, the Advantage Valley Advanced Technology Center at the West Virginia Regional Technology Park, South Charleston.
Taking place Around the Mound in downtown, South Charleston, West Virginia, the South Charleston Summerfest 2012 will take place from Wednesday, August 15 to Sunday, August 19. This event runs Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 6:00 pm to 8:45 pm, Saturday from 9:00 am to 10:30 pm, and Sunday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.