Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
Our new location • 294 Taunton Ave., Rt. 44 • Seekonk, MA 02771
Phone: 508-589-4210 • Fax: (508) 336-6860
E-Mail Us

New Location, 294 Taunton Avenue, Seekonk

A destructive fire in March which completely destroyed all the company’s printing equipment, could not keep Minuteman Press of Seekonk’s owner, Marc Frechette, down,  The day after windows at the Fall River Avenue location were boarded up, Marc, a second generation Minuteman owner, was up and running with his staff at his home.  Shortly thereafter, the presses were rolling again.  Other Minuteman Press companies had jumped into the breech to help a fellow printer out, and Konica Minolta had offered its demo equipment in their showroom.

On May 1, just two months after the disaster, Marc and his loyal staff, reopened at a new location on Taunton Avenue.  “There certainly was a silver lining to the whole event,” he says. “Today we have upgraded to totally new equipment, all using the latest technology.  We now have 100% digital production”  And in searching for a new location, Marc was able to merge with The Copy Shop, a successful instant print business that had a nearby prime location for his business, with an abundance of parking and easy customer access.  

Marc prides himself on the company’s excellent customer service, which won a coveted “Top Quality” award from Minuteman Press International, Inc.  “We go above and beyond what is necessary to make sure our customers are happy and successful,” he says.  He and his staff often consult with customers helping out with marketing ideas.  The company prints business cards, flyers, newsletters, carbonless forms, invitations, labels, manuals, notepads, presentation folders, menus, tickets, large format black and white as well as color and much more.

News Center

  • Seekonk makes additions and changes in town staff

    At a recent meeting of the board of selectmen in Seekonk, two new officers were sworn into the police department.

  • 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.