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Printing Services in Preston, England
Minuteman Press is Preston’s most experienced Full Service Print, Design and Marketing Service Provider. With countless years of experience, we specialize in, Digital Printing, Offset Litho Printing, High Speed Copying, Graphic Design Services, Mailing Services, Binding & Laminating Services and much more.
We service Preston, as well as the surrounding towns of Ashton, Fullwood, Deepdale, Kirkham, Bamber Bridge, Chorley and Leyland. We are the go to printer for many printing and Marketing products including Business Cards, Flyers, Letterheads & Business Stationery, Carbonless Forms, Pads, Books, Envelopes, Postcards, Booklets, Banners, Brochures, Promotional Products, Invitations, Order of Service, Posters, Banners, Copies and much more.
Our staff of dedicated professionals will help you find the most cost effective solutions to your print, design and marketing needs, while maintaining the high standards your company expects and deserves by our dedication to provide you with the best customer service possible. At Minuteman Press, we combine the quality workmanship and expertise normally associated with a large commercial printer with the convenience and turnaround time to cater for today’s demanding business world.
As part of an international network of approximately 1000 independently owned businesses, we have the resources to handle any printing, design or marketing requirement. We are committed to providing on-time delivery of our quality products and services at competitive prices. We will be happy to meet with you at any time to discuss your printing needs and how we can best serve you - Give us a call today for a free quote or request a quote online!
News About Printing in Preston
A celebratory event has taken place in Preston to mark the success of the Preston Guild City Games held this year.
Following a number of struggles to raise funding encountered by the organisers, the 40th anniversary plans for Preston Carnival have been handed a major boost with the news that the local council has granted free access to Moor Park.
Two bricklayers from Preston College are cementing a future in their chosen profession, after they won best in the North West in the Guild of Bricklayers Regional Competition, which was held recently.
The owners of Go Burrito may be heading down to their local digital printing company for menus and point of sale marketing materials, after having plans for a new outlet approved by Preston City Council.
Poster printing is underway as The Lancashire Evening Post launches its Shop Local, Eat Local, Play Local campaign. The aim is to encourage residents to use their local shops more.
A Preston-based singer-songwriter has just issued his first record, filled with songs influenced by living in the North West city.
Prestfest, the annual festival intended to showcase the very best of city centre nightlife in Preston, will once more hit the city at the end of January.
A new project in Preston could see the citys youngsters given the opportunity to graduate while still in primary school.
Prestons architecturally significant bus station is set to go through a multi-million pound makeover.
The Flag Market in Preston recently held a festival to raise funds and awareness for Rock FMs Cash for Kids initiative and St Catherines Hospice.