Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
9919 Hibert Suite C • San Diego, CA 92131
Phone: 858-271-7315 • Fax: 858-271-5043
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Scripps Ranch Minuteman Press

We are a creative, full-service, single source business partner for all of your printing, copying, marketing and mailing services and promotional products with the following areas of expertise:

Copying & Printing - We have the Offset and digital facilities to produce your business cards, flyers, brochures, catalogs, newsletters, booklets, labels, carbonless forms, printer-safe & true-color letterhead & envelopes etc.

Creative Design - We can take your idea from a sketch to the final product.

Marketing - Banners, posters, trade show displays, brochures, postcards, rack cards etc.

Mailing - Address lists, postal presorts, address verification, EDDM, occupant & targeted direct-mail programs using priority, first or standard mail classes etc.

Personalized Garments - Business attire, corporate casual apparel, sports apparel, sweatshirts, t-shirts, hats etc.

Promotional Products - Advertising specialties, collateral materials, company logo items, corporate event specialty items, corporate identity packages, plaques, pens, mugs, padfolios, notebooks, bags, clocks, magnets, banks, calendars etc.

Social Invitations and Cards - Wedding invitations & packages, announcements, holiday greeting cards, personal stationery etc.

Minuteman Press Scripps Ranch CA Printing & Marketing Center

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