Minuteman Press

The First & Last Step in Printing

Downtown San Bernardino's Minuteman Press is known for full-color printing and copying services!

Minuteman Press International was once again rated the #1 Printing Franchise in the printing industry by Entrepreneur Magazine!

When it comes to business communications services, Minuteman can do it all. With a complete range of products and services at your disposal, we can help you get your message out to customers, employees and vendors alike.

Using the latest printing and document management technology, we handle your projects from start to finish. Our energetic and experienced staff is dedicated to delivering what you need, when you need it.

Below is a sampling of the products and services we provide. To learn more about what we can do for you, contact one of our representatives today.

Products

•Black and White Copies
•Booklets
•Brochures
•Business Cards
•Business Forms
•Calendars
•Carbonless Forms
•Catalogs
•Color Copies
•Continuous Forms
•Coupons
•Digital Copies
•Digital Output
•Direct Mail Printing
•Envelopes
•Flyers
•Holiday Cards
•Invitations
•Labels
•Letterhead
•Manuals
•Memo Pads
•Menus
•Newsletters
•Note Pads
•Personal Stationery
•Postcards
•Presentation Folders
•Price Lists
•Procedure Manuals
•Product Sheets
•Proposals
•Raffle Tickets/Books
•Reply Cards
•Report Covers
•Resumes
•Rubber Stamps
•Self-Inking Stamps
•Stationery
•Tickets
•Training Materials
•Wedding Invitations
•X-Stamper

Services

•Binding
•Color Copying
•Comb Binding
•Cutting
•Design
•Distribute-Then-Print
•Docutech
•Embossing
•Foil Stamping
•Folding
•Full-Color Printing
•Lamination
•Logo Design
•Numbering
•On-Demand Printing
•Perforation
•Pickup and Delivery
•Saddle Stitching
•Scoring
•Wire Binding
Directions to Minuteman Press Get Driving Directions Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri: 8am-5:30pm

Contact: Marlin Menge, Owner

Phone: (909) 888-2994

Email: sb@minutemanpress.com
Website: www.minutemanpress.com

Address:
338 North E Street
San Bernardino, California 92401

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Did You Know? #28
The Mormon settlers who later came to San Bernardino built a stockade where the SB County Court House stands today to ward off hostile Indian tribes.