Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
Our new location • 294 Taunton Ave., Rt. 44 • Seekonk, MA 02771
Phone: (508) 336-3050 • Fax: (508) 336-6860
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Minuteman Press of Seekonk. Winner of the 2011 Top Quality Award

COLOR SELLS!!

Next time you are in the market of a promotional piece for your business or event remember these things

- Color increases advertising rates up to 60%.
- After 24 hours, consumers recall of color ads is 63% higher than black and white ads.
- Color sells products and ideas 85% more effectively.
-Color accelerates learning , retention and recall up to 78%.
- 97% of the top ads are full color.
- Color increases readership by up to 40%.
- Consumers remember color.

We specialize in what you need. We print everything from business cards, flyers, newsletters, carbonless forms, invitations, labels, manuals, notepads, presentation folders, menus, tickets, programs, training material and much more.

Design it yourself or allow us to lay it out. Our cutting edge graphics department will make you look good.

High speed black and white copying, color copying for as low as .19 each, cutting, direct mail, embossing, folding, full color printing, pickup and delivery and so much more.

To place an order or get help with a new project, enter our online Customer Service Center. To download useful software and find helpful information, search our Resources & Support area. To learn more about us, browse through our Company Information section.

An easy-to-use pulldown menu, search engine, and link to our contact form appear on each page. As well, feel free to consult the site map at any time if you're having trouble locating a particular item.

Don't forget to view our newest feature to our web site, Customer Portals a password-protected Web site within our Web site, where you can view and reorder from a document order library whenever it's convenient for you!

News Center

  • Golf outing to raise funds for local chamber of commerce

    The East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding its Golf Outing over the summer and is currently looking for several sponsors of the event.

  • Seekonk library source of several workshops

    The Seekonk Public Library has a bounty of activities planned for the rest of this month, and is no doubt using a flyer printing company to publicize more details about its plans.

  • DAR selects exemplary students for citizenship

    The Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) based in Attleboro recently recognized five high school seniors as recipients of its Good Citizen Award for this year

  • Exhibit reveals glamorous clothes of Rhode Island socialite

    The Museum at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence, just a short distance from Seekonk, is currently holding a special exhibit of the clothing collection of Edith Stuyvesant Vanderbilt Gerry.

  • Seekonk speedway signs agreement with NASCAR

    Although the Seekonk Speedway is currently buried under snow, the Speedway recently became an official NASCAR member track so that it will be able to feature the weekly NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in 2015.

  • Grand opening showcases new Kennedy plaza

    Kennedy Plaza in downtown Providence, just a short distance from Seekonk, recently reopened with a newly renovated downtown transit hub, a reconfiguration of bus stops, and more attention paid to aesthetics.

  • Winter edition of flea market attracts hundreds

    The Providence Flea Market, which typically runs during the summer months, recently made a special appearance on a Sunday afternoon inside Hope High School in Providence, just over the Massachusetts-Rhode Island border from Seekonk.

  • Pet Smart to open new store near Seekonk

    A space just over 7,000 square feet in size that is currently occupied by Sleepys will be the new home for Pet Smart in the RK Swansea Place on Route 6, close to Seekonk. Sleepys will move to an empty space between Weight Watchers and Five Guys Burgers & Fries.

  • Progress made on Rehoboth veterans memorial

    The first phase of the construction at the Redway Plain of the Rehoboth Veterans Memorial in Rehoboth, the town next to Seekonk, has recently been completed with the building of a gazebo, measuring 24 feet wide and made of Western cedar.

  • Seekonk fire department recruit blazes his way to graduation

    The Massachusetts Firefighting Academy (MFA) recently held graduating ceremonies for 22 training firefighters from 14 local departments, including Seekonk, Wakefield, Attleboro, and Lynnfield. The local graduate was Kyle P. Laprade of the Seekonk Fire Department.