Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Minuteman Press Lethbridge is a full service printing centre in Lethbridge Alberta that has been in operation since 2007. With an extreme focus on high quality while maintaining efficiency, we aim to provide our customers with the very best printing experience.
Our building is at #4 1269 2 Avenue South, and is conveniently located in Lethbridge’s busy downtown centre. The store services the City of Lethbridge as well as neighbouring communities, including Coaldale and Taber.
At Minuteman Press Lethbridge we produce a wide variety of printed products including business cards, brochures, envelopes, letterheads and books. We also produce promotional products. These can be anything from pens to sweaters. We also have an in-house garment printer, which allows us to print logos and text on a wide variety of garments, such as T-shirts and sweaters. We also provide more basic services such as digital printing, copying and scanning. Binding of a large variety is also available, such as pads, coils, or even hard cover books.
Our Graphic Designer, Lisa, can also provide any customer with graphic design services if they are unable to create their own art. Even if no digital or physical copy is available, we will be able to re-create your work to a degree that will satisfy your requirements.
If a customer does not wish to pick up their order themselves, we also offer timely, free delivery on any order. No order is too big or too small to be eligible for this service.
Minuteman Press Lethbridge is currently a member of the Lethbridge Rotary Club and of the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB). Being a part of these organizations allows us to be an active member of the community as well as share our resources with those who require a quality printing service.
Volunteers Lethbridge is looking to the public for their input into who they think is most deserving to win this years Leaders of Tomorrow award.
Thanks to the University of Lethbridge, those interested in learning more about climate trends will now have access to a new tool that will make it a whole lot easier.
A charity on Lethbridge has launched its annual appeal for donations of food for families in need over the holiday season.
Lethbridge residents who are young or young at heart recently had an opportunity to come out and have some Halloween fun.
Lovers of geekery came from all over Lethbridge and the surrounding area to enjoy the Lethbridge Comic Cons fourth year.
Coping with a chronic illness can often be very difficult, and a new program is set to make life a little bit easier for Lethbridge residents who deal with this issue on a day to day basis.
Lethbridge City Council has adopted a new Waste Diversion Policy that it hopes will reduce the amount of garbage that it produces each year.
Coalhurst Miners Days is taking place this August for two days.
Fans of the Lethbridge International Airshow recently received some news they have been waiting to hear.
Lethbridge residents recently came together to honor the memory of Jane Jacobs, while enjoying the company of others and seizing the chance to get to know their own city a little bit better.
Thank you for visiting your local Minuteman Press printing centre