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Printing Services in Lethbridge
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.
News About Printing in Lethbridge
The Oldman Watershed Council (OWC) recently celebrated the launch of its new film project, which it hopes will increase public awareness about the watershed and just how important a role it plays.
After 38 years with the Lethbridge Regional Police, Chief Tom McKenzie has decided to retire at the end of October and his time on the force was recently honoured in a special way.
The community of Lethbridge has improved its ability to deal with medical emergencies.
The sprinkler system is a vital safety feature in any large building, and the directors of a Lethbridge group that constructs and maintains seniors housing has made a commitment to ensure that this is a top priority.
The Whoop Up Days family festival is taking place in Lethbridge for five days this August. It is presented by VisitLethbridge.com.
Neither cool temperatures nor bad weather was enough to keep some two dozen Lethbridge area peace officers from the fundraising task at hand recently.
Lethbridge golfers will soon have the opportunity to get in a full day of the sport they love while helping to raise some money for kids in their community.
Since 1986, Lethbridge College has honoured those who have made a difference either at the institution or in the community by granting them an honorary degree. This year, the college will honour a local entrepreneur.
Chess is a game that takes a lot of skill, patience and dedication, and 14 Lethbridge students recently had a chance to hone their skills in a competitive setting.
With 50 years under its belt, Lethbridge County has good cause to celebrate, and to mark the occasion the council has voted to redesign the official county logo.