Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
2101 Hennepin Avenue, Suite 112 • Minneapolis, MN 55405
Phone: 612-870-9008 • Fax: 612-870-9121
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Welcome to the New Minneapolis South Minuteman Website!

We are located right on Hennepin Avenue in Uptown, next to Lyles and across the street from Sebastian Joes. Please feel free to look around our new website! If you want to place an order or get help with a new project, enter our online Customer Service Center or just give us a call. We even have useful software and helpful information in our Resources and Support area.

On each page we have an easy-to-use pulldown menu, search engine, and a link to our contact form. Be sure to consult the site map at any time if you're having trouble locating a particular item. If there's anything we can do to improve our site, please let us know. Our goal is to make this site a very easy to use, valuable tool for all of our customers.

Thank you for your business and enjoy your visit!

News Center

  • First 'parklets' pop up in Minneapolis

    Minneapolis recently became the home to three new tiny parks, known as parklets, which provide public spaces for relaxation in the primarily commercial parts of the city.

  • Trail projects linking Wisconsin and Minnesota in development

    Development and work are currently underway on a number of bike trails that will eventually be able to connect the Minneapolis-St. Paul area across the St. Croix River Bridge into Wisconsin.

  • TargetExpress to open in Minneapolis

    Dinkeytown, a neighborhood on the north side of the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis, will be the home to the first TargetExpress, a new concept in small-scale retailing by Target Corp.

  • Minneapolis teacher top of the class

    Education Minnesota, the union for educators, has recognized Thomas Rademacher as the Minnesota Teacher of the Year for 2014.

  • Farm babies come to Minnesota zoo

    Throughout the month of April, a special event called Farm Babies will be taking place at the Well Fargo Family Farm at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley, just outside of Minneapolis.

  • Auto show revs up in Minneapolis

    On Saturday, March 8, the Twin Cities Auto Show opened at the Minneapolis Convention Center and will be continuing until this weekend.

  • First community solar garden is fully subscribed

    Minnesota Community Solar (MNCS) has opened the first community solar garden in Minneapolis on the roof of Northern Sun Merchandising and has announced that Xcel Energy electric customers have fully subscribed to it. No doubt flyer printing was used by MNCS to let its customers become aware of this opportunity so as to make this achievement possible.

  • New restaurant opens at Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    The Grain Stack restaurant recently opened at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, overlooking the lobby of the Childrens Theatre Company on the Third Avenue side of the museum. Most likely chef Erick Harcey, in collaboration with co-owners Dogwood Coffee Company and Rustica, is using banner printing both inside and outside the museum to let people become aware of the new coffee and cocktail bar located on the lobby level of the museum.

  • Yellow ribbon award given to city of Minneapolis

    During a Minnesota Vikings pregame ceremony earlier this month, the governor of Minnesota proclaimed the city of Minneapolis the 254th Yellow Ribbon Communities in the state. Most likely banner printing was used throughout the city to announce this significant award to the community.

  • Minneapolis area to get boost from Pearson Candy acquisition

    The Pearson Candy Company, which is located in St. Paul, recently announced that it will be adding 40 jobs to its plant in St. Paul as a result of the purchase of the Bit-O-Honey candy brand from Nestle USA.