Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
300 N. Ann Arbor Ave. • Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Phone: (405) 942-5595 • Fax: (405) 942-5596
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Minuteman Press Digital Printing, Offset Print & Copying

We are a full service offset printing company located in Oklahoma City, OK. We are located 10 minutes west from downtown OKC. If you need anything from copies, business cards to large full color jobs, you're at the right place. We offer a wide range of services including a creative Graphic Design department, black and white and full color copying, full bindery services, as well as 4 color process printing. It dosen't matter if you need just a simple flyer or business card to a 100 page manual for that conference next week - We Can Do It! Our digital pre-press department is state of the art with output from computer direct to plate. This means to you, faster turn-a-round times and better prices. We support Microsoft Office, Publisher, Adobe Acrobat PDF and Adobe Creative Suite 5 which include InDesign, Photoshop, & Illustrator. We also accept Quark Xpress 6.5, Macromedia FreeHand MX, and all versions of Pagemaker.

To place a print order or get help with a new printing 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.

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    Vanessa and Elicia Martin, two sisters from Duncan, have made it to the 2015 pageant finals for Miss Teen and Miss Pre-Teen.

  • Charity hands out scholarships for Oklahoma City students

    The Oklahoma City branch of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) recently gave 21 students scholarships to college.

  • Dodger walk to victory

    On May 29th, the Oklahoma City Dodgers defeated the Fresno Grizzlies 2-1.

  • Stars collect first SAC title in five years

    Oklahoma City University (OCU) won against the Oklahoma Baptist (OBU) baseball team in the Sooner Athletic Conference on May 4, with a score of 7-5.

  • Rodkey House to be renovated

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  • Thunder pick up win despite missing players

    The Oklahoma City Thunder won their game on March 1 against the Los Angeles Lakers with a score of 108-101, perhaps helped by the amount of trading that has happened during the season.

  • Thunder ends poor form with storming performance

    In the last six games of the Oklahoma City Thunder, the team had lost four, but this came to an end when the Thunder triumphed away against the New Orleans Pelicans by 102-91 on February 4. Russell Westbrook also hit his 45 point career high for a second time.

  • Thunder ends year with a win

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  • RedHawks undergo rebrand

    The Oklahoma City RedHawks have changed their name to the Dodgers, according to Mandalay Baseball, LLC.

  • Convention center set to grow by a fifth

    Oklahoma City representatives recently gave the go-ahead to increase the size of the future convention center within MAPS 3 by 20%.