Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
1200 Fall River Avenue • Seekonk, MA 02771 • Next to Walmart
Phone: (508) 336-3050 • Fax: (508) 336-6860
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Minuteman Press of Seekonk. Winner of the 2011 Top Quality Award



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

  • Sea of events planned for Seekonk area

    There are several events coming up in the next week in the Seekonk area that show that spring has arrived. Most likely the sponsors of the events are turning to a variety of printing services to let people know that they can come out and enjoy these warm-weather opportunities.

  • Walmart to open new store in southeastern Massachusetts

    Officials from Walmart recently announced that they are continuing their growth efforts in Massachusetts with the expansion of an existing store in Avon, as well as the opening of a second store in Raynham, which is just outside of Seekonk.

  • North Attleboro home to new dental location

    The Swansea owner of 508-DENTIST, Dr. Guillaume Lepine, recently announced that he will be opening an additional office in North Attleboro, just outside of Seekonk, next week. He is most likely turning to flyer printing as a way to let his patients and potential patients become aware of this new location for his services, which include general dental services and specialty family, cosmetic, senior, and implant services.

  • Local youngster to see in weekend with Dickens play

    The Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol will be presented by the third through eighth grade students of the Dayspring Christian Academy to start this weekend. No doubt both the school and the church are using poster printing to let those in the surrounding community become aware of the event, which is free to attend and open to the public.

  • Top recognition given to high-achieving hospital

    The Joint Commission, an accreditor of healthcare organizations in America, recently named Sturdy Memorial Hospital in North Attleboro, a city close to Seekonk, as one of the Top Performers on Key Quality Measures in the United States. No doubt the hospital is using a variety of printing services to let the community know that it has achieved this recognition.

  • Rose Garden Coffeehouse celebrates quarter century

    The Rose Garden Coffeehouse, located in Mansfield near Seekonk, is celebrating its 25th anniversary celebrations and will be holding a special concert this weekend.

  • Artisans from Seekonk show their ware at King Richards Faire

    King Richards Faire in Carver, just a half-hours drive from Seekonk, recently announced that three local artisans from Seekonk are participating in this years Renaissance festival, which it holds every year through the months of September and October.

  • Elder care facility opens new gardens for residents

    The management at Tockwotton on the Waterfront in East Providence, located outside of Seekonk and along the Seekonk River, recently installed four raised beds of gardens next to an outdoor patio so that about a dozen residents of the 156-bed elder-care community can tend to petunias, daisies, tomatoes, and other plants of their choice. Most likely the management is using brochure printers to add this as one of the attractions of the facility.

  • Seekonk country club lets women get into the swing of things

    The Ledgemont Country Club in Seekonk recently announced that it is offering beginner clinics in golf specially designed for women who want to learn the basics of the sport, as well as proper techniques for swinging and putting. No doubt flyer printing is being used by the country club to make women aware of this unique opportunity.

  • Moms run for life at Jakes Place

    Jake's Place Clubhouse in Norton is sponsoring the annual Mother's Club Relay for Life group. Residents of the area are invited to show their support by visiting Jakes and joining in the fun.