Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
101 South Plaza • London, KY 40741 • PO Box 3349
London, KY 40743-3349
Phone: 606-862-9195 • Fax: 606-862-9196
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Welcome to Minuteman Press of London, KY. To get help on your next project or to place an order, visit our Customer Service Area. Visit our Products & Services area for a list of some of our products and services. For software downloads and answers to common printing questions, visit our Resources & Support area. To learn more about us, browse our Company Information section.

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101 South Plaza
London, KY 40741
PO Box 3349
London, KY 40743-3349




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News Center

  • Fire team to kick off Boots and Bistro fundraiser

    Local fun-seekers will be looking forward to the 3rd annual Boots and Bistro fundraising event tomorrow, with all the proceeds being donated to the Mansfield Fire Rescues drive for the purchase of medical goods, fire safety equipment, and educational items. This event offers fun for people of all ages.

  • Grief-busting computer workshop switches on in London

    Bearing in mind that some people do not get the most out of their computers because they are unsure of how to organize it, a class is taking place in London tomorrow to encourage local computer-users to unleash their machines fullest potential

  • Quilt show to show off more than may seam possible

    Next week, award-winning author and teacher Bonnie Hunter will be in London as part of an informative event being held by the Laurel County Homemaker Club and the Mountain Laurel Quilters.

  • School run gains a new meaning

    The Valentine Run for Knowledge is an upcoming fundraising event with all proceeds going towards the expenses incurred for the North Laurel High Schools 7th annual Academic Banquet.

  • February fun on the run near London

    The Valentine Run for Knowledge is an upcoming 5K fundraising event with all proceeds going to help with the expenses incurred for the 7th Annual North Laurel High School Academic Banquet. Poster and banner printing may have been used to promote this fundraising activity to residents in the area, including the neighboring community of London.

  • Ballet worth going nuts about heads to Lexington

    The Bluegrass Youth Ballets The Nutcracker will be performed in one act tonight and is a performance for the entire family to come out and enjoy, while supporting a local ballet group. The organizers have no doubt used poster printing or promotional postcard printing to spread the word about the ballet to people in this community and the surrounding counties.

  • Lexington offers chance to bag a family-friendly show

    Having got underway last weekend, The Paper Bag Princess is a show for the entire family based on a princess who considers nothing to be as important as her wedding.

  • Antique showcase becoming an antique itself

    This weekend, the long-running Athens Schoolhouse Antique Show will feature a large number of antiques and collectibles all housed under one roof.

  • Chicken event about to cluck its way to London

    The Annual World Chicken Festival gets underway this evening, paying tribute to the heritage of Kentucky Fried Chicken and its founder, Colonel Harland Sanders. Given the popularity of the snack around the world, it seems likely that poster and flyer printing may have been used to promote this London festival to people across a much wider area.

  • Barefoot Movement to hot-step down to London

    Next week, the Barefoot Movement will entertain a musically-eared crowd in an outdoor venue with a selection of jazz and acoustic modern rock numbers. With music events always requiring promotion and advertising, it would be little surprise if this talented group to people were to be highlighted through poster and flyer printing in the area.