Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
555 New Jersey Avenue, NW • Washington, D.C. 20001
Phone: 202-347-6777 • Email: print@minutemanpress-dc.com
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Minuteman Press Washington DC Full Service Printing and Copying Center

Thank you for taking the time to visit our web site here at Minuteman Press New Jersey Avenue. As the seasons are changing this may be a good time to evaluate your printing needs and the companies your partner with. Here is a little introduction about us.

Minuteman Press is a full service Printing and Copying Center located in Washington DC. We have been in our current location for 25 years, but have been involved in the printing industry for over 35 years. We currently serve customers in Washington and in both Maryland and Virginia. Our Customer Service Representatives are ready to help you with a simple one color business card or a full color brochure. We recently added Promotional items to our growing list of services. Please take a few minutes to navigate our easy to use updated website for promotional items that is located under the product and services link.

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. Are you attending a conference in our area, whether it is at the new convention center or in a local hotel, Minuteman Press can provide all the support you need before, during and after the conference.

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. If there's anything we can do to improve our site, please let us know.

Enjoy your visit!

News Center

  • Washington community enjoys new idea in public green spaces

    Residents and visitors alike have been able to enjoy a new concept in parks in Washington, and if things go as planned, the idea may soon spread to other parts of the city.

  • Annual festival set to salute South American nation

    The Smithsonian Folklife Festival is taking place for 10 days this summer in Washington, DC. This year, the country being recognized and celebrated is Peru.

  • Barbecue cook-off returns to DC this summer

    The 23rd annual Safeway Barbecue Battle is taking place at the end of the month in Washington, DC for two days. Proceeds from the event support USO - Metro, the Capital Area Food Bank, and various children's charities.

  • International jazz stars on their way to DC

    The Washington DC Jazz Festival is returning to the city for a week next month. This event attracts at least 60,000 visitors to Washington, DC each summer with the help of marketing materials provided by local printing companies.

  • Festival is set to showcase the environment

    The 11th annual Green Festival is taking place for three days this June in Washington, D.C.

  • Top artists works on display until early May

    The Architectural Image, 1920-50: prints, drawings and paintings is on display in Washington, and locals still have just over a week to see it.

  • Annual contest showcases Washington's international flavor

    The 7th annual Embassy Chef Challenge is taking place in Washington, D. C. this May. It is part of the monthlong Passport DC celebration, which is presented by Cultural Tourism DC and showcases the international culture of the city.

  • Washington DC goes green

    The capital city will welcome the 11th Green Festival this summer. The event will take place at the DC Convention Center and is expected to attract thousands of attendees across the region.

  • Smithsonian remodels exhibit wing

    With more than three million artifacts preserved in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the Washington DC entity is expanding the structure even further through major renovation plans.

  • D.C. has plenty in store for the Fourth

    Often compared to the significance in U S history of Ellis Island in New York, The Smithsonian in Washington D.C. has announced its plans for this years Fourth of July.