Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
1904 S Austin Avenue • Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: 512-931-2211 • Fax: 512-819-9722
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Welcome to Minuteman Press Georgetown.

Minuteman Press is locally owned print, sign, and design firm located in Georgetown, producing everything from standard business collateral (business cards, letterheads, envelopes and brochures) to real estate & construction signs and fine art canvas prints. Since opening our doors in August 2006, we have more than tripled the square footage of our physical location with our move to S Austin Ave. The expansion allowed us to continue to add cutting edge equipment for faster production and a more expansive in-house product offering.

Our Sign Division specializes in large format printing on a variety of substrates, including direct to surface flat bed printing, incorporating the use of our CNC Router for further product offerings. Our unique Sports Division allows us to offer custom design and installation of wall, door and locker graphics unique to sports facilities.

Our Print Division is able to work directly with our experienced designers to maximize production on digital or offset press, with complete bindery capabilities.

Tying it all together full circle, we employ a full time promotional product sales director and are proud members of the Advertising Specialty Institute.

Through this growth, we have proudly maintained our mission of providing personal service and quality products to our customers. We service local Central Texas businesses, and are the chosen print shop for larger corporations operating on a nationwide scale and franchises who are looking to protect their corporate identity and institute centralized ordering systems.

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As always, feel free to give us a call or come visit us at the office...we would love to hear from you!

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  • Georgetown prepares for evening of wine and music

    Ticket sales and poster printing are well underway for the 8th Annual Georgetown Wine and Music on the Square concert event.

  • Annual festival set to light up the Square

    The 8th annual Georgetown Wine and Music Festival is taking place next month. It is presented by, and is a fundraiser for, the Downtown Georgetown Association.

  • Upcoming convention pays tribute to retro video games

    The 8th annual Classic Game Fest is coming to Central Texas for two days later this month. It is a convention dedicated to retro video games. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the Dell Children's Medical Center Foundation.

  • Local chamber fundraiser serves BBQ and bids

    The 34th annual Bar-bid-cue Auction is taking place this July in Georgetown. It is the main fundraising event for the areas Chamber of Commerce.

  • Music festival pays tribute to Romantic composer

    The 11th annual Festival of the Art is taking place this May in Georgetown. This year's theme is Romance in Georgetown and it is dedicated to the lives and music of Robert and Clara Schumann.

  • Annual festival to land soon in Georgetown

    The 16th annual Red Poppy Festival is coming to Georgetown this April for three days.

  • Georgetown wastes no time in making December plans

    It may only be March, but Georgetown has already posted the information for the 35th Annual Christmas Stroll. Santa, the Grinch, and Whoo-Village will be part of the main attraction.

  • Georgetown Market Days around the corner

    The annual Georgetown Market Days festival will begin in March through November, and will once again be held in the Historic Downtown Georgetown area.

  • Red Poppies to take center stage

    Celebrating the 16th Annual Red Poppy Festival, Georgetown is preparing for the three-day event coming up in a few months.

  • Car show all set to rock

    The Rouse Raider Rock N Rides Car Show has been scheduled in Leander in the early spring of 2015. Participants from across the region, including Austin, Greenville, and Georgetown, are expected to attend.