Minuteman Press Exeter is a locally owned and operated full-service printing and marketing design centre. Our location is at 6 Marsh Green Road North in the Marsh Barton opposite Shauls Bakery. We cover Exeter, Exmouth, Sidmouth, Topsham and Honiton. If you're too busy to come to us, we are always happy to and come visit you with a free, no obligation quote.
Services we provide include but are not limited to, Offset and Digital Printing, Graphic Design Services, Print Finishing Services and Mailing Services. Products include but are not limited to Business Stationery such as business cards, compliments slips, envelopes, letterheads, statements and invoices. We provide Advertising Products such as flyers, leaflets, menus, price lists, postcards, brochures, banners, posters and more. We also have a full range of Promotional Products such as branded pens, drink ware, bags, clothing and more.
We offer printing services to the general public, such as invitations, wedding stationery and orders of service, to name a few.
Simply put, almost anything with your name, image or logo on, we can produce and no job is too big or too small. We believe that one of the things that makes our operation unique is that we treat each and every client as if they were our only one, regardless of the size of their order. We aim to provide you with outstanding customer service, excellent quality products and on time delivery.
We are proud to be members of the local Chamber of Commerce.
If there is anything we can help you with, for your print related requirements, please contact us via phone, email, through our website or come into our centre.
The cathedral city of Exeter is a great place for tourists, with something to offer people of all ages. Someone could be visiting the Devon city for its distinctive culture, or they may be after a family holiday to remember. Either way, theyre unlikely to be disappointed.
Walter Wall Flooring in Exeter has moved from Polsoe Road as its owner makes a fresh start.
As one of Devons main cities, Exeter attracts a considerable number of visitors each year. Many tourists are drawn to the place, while the surrounding countryside is known for its pleasant green fields. Holidays and short breaks in the region are both deservedly popular. Within Exeter, the cathedral is a major landmark. Dating from the Norman period, Exeter Cathedral still has a commanding presence.
Nearly 19,000 was collected in response to the fire at Devons Royal Clarence Hotel.
Christmas in Exeter is really special. Its a time when the retail significance of the city comes into its own. Visitors have a great experience in the festive season, while an abundance of local businesses make the most of these opportunities available.
The Canadian musician Bryan Adams has pledged to perform at Exeters Powderham Castle.
Exeter is a really special place. Its cathedral was constructed during Norman times, but its not a city bogged down in nostalgia. Its exciting retail offerings combines big name outlets with modern, stylish boutiques.
Proposals for over 100 homes in Exeter have been given the seal of approval from urban planners.
Exeter has evolved into a city of some economic dynamism. The vibrant city of Bristol is just 80 miles away, while renewed Plymouth is closer still. Further, the international airport has improved the economic fortunes of Exeter. In addition, the University of Exeter Business School should play a significant role in driving local prosperity in the future.
A dance festival is scheduled to come to Exeter again during the course of 2017.
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