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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!
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Kerry Stevens, the owner of a local cake company, used to run classes in cake production from her own home, but her success has meant that she has been obliged to secure new premises.
A community radio station in Preston is about to get a new identity, marking one stage in a re-branding exercise, with the changes coming into effect on the May Day Bank Holiday.
One of the most historic market canopies to be found in Preston is set to undergo a major revamp, costing close to 500,000, to restore it to former glories.
A superstore offering home improvement items will be opening in Preston, leading to the creation of jobs for approximately 100 of the citys residents.
One of the landmark buildings in Preston has now been officially taken off the register of at risk structures, following an extensive programme of refurbishment work.
This years LEP Carols by Candlelight evening, which is held annually in Preston Minster, saw dozens of local residents sing themselves into the festive spirit.
An appeal in Preston aimed at raising money for the Heartbeat charity which helps those recovering from cardiac conditions has reached the 10,000 mark already.
A young student from Preston has been advertising her design skills in the best way possible, after a poster she created for a local company hit the windows of the high street.
Next month, Preston city centre will see its historic Flag Market transformed into an outdoor cinema as part of a citywide event aimed at attracting more families to visit the city centre.
Work has already begun for a new Tesco store to be opened in a Preston city centre location, and is on course for its opening next month.