Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
2659 Pelham Parkway • Pelham AL. 35124
Phone: (205) 621-2722 • Phone: (205) 327-2392 • Fax: (205) 621-2720
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Pelham, AL Minuteman Press - Superior Printing and Service

Minuteman Press is a full service print center, specializing in the printing needs of small businesses, independent contractors, clubs, churches and team sports.

We offer a wide variety of products and services, including:

Announcements | Banners | Booklets | Brochures | Bulletins | Bumper Stickers | Business Cards | Business Forms | Calendars | Car Tags | Copies | Decals | Digital Transfers | Direct Mail | Envelopes | Faxes | Flyers | Graphic Design | Invitations | Labels | Lamination | Letterhead | Magnetic Car Signs | Name Tags | NCR Forms | Newsletters | Note Pads | Postcards | Posters | Programs | Promotional Items | Resumes | Signs | Self-Inking Stamps | Tickets | Window Graphics

With our free consultations, free quotes and delivery, what can we print for you? We'd love the opportunity to earn your business.


Map of Minuteman Press

We invite you to come by and see us at Minuteman Press, where we meet your everyday and business printing needs. Our staff consists of owners Dan and Melinda Ward, Caroline Ward and Lauren Simon Graphic designers. Sometimes assisting in the Business Elliott and Jean Ward.

News Center

  • Coffee with a cop to take place in February

    The residents of Alabaster are invited to having a cup of coffee and talking about community issues with the Alabaster Police Department.

  • Alabaster home provided by Habitat for Humanity

    Erica Johnson and her two daughters recently moved into a new home in that the Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity provided for her in Alabaster, just in time for the holiday season. No doubt the organization is using a variety of printing services to let the community become aware of the efforts of the organization, and of the special dedication ceremony held when the family received the keys to the home.

  • Alabaster Target shopping center to get restaurants and Dicks Sporting Goods

    The City of Alabaster recently announced that a new Dicks Sporting Goods and one or two restaurants will be opening in the Target shopping center that is located of Interstate 65 and Highway 31. The City is most likely using flyer printing and poster printing to make shoppers in the City aware of these latest additions to the shopping center.

  • New restaurants to cause Alabama Shakes

    Steak n Shake restaurants recently announced that it will be opening two new restaurants in Hoover, just outside of Alabaster, in the timeframe of the next six months. No doubt the company is using poster printing throughout the area to let the community know of the scheduled opening of these restaurants.

  • Central Alabama dining options set for a shake-up

    Steak n Shake chief operations officer for Central Alabama, Van Crawford, recently announced that two Steak n Shake restaurants will be opening in Hoover, just a short distance from Alabaster, within the next six months. Most likely banner printing will be used at the Alabaster restaurant, which opened last June and is located near the intersection of U.S. 31 and South Central Drive, to make those in the area aware of these restaurant openings.

  • Sales tax holiday for back-to-school items coming up this weekend

    Shelby County recently announced that unincorporated areas of the county, as well as most of its municipalities like Alabaster, will be participating in the eighth annual back-to-school state sales tax holiday this weekend. The county is no doubt using flyer printing and poster printing to let families and their children become aware of this event.

  • Alabaster School System on the move and on the road

    Alabaster residents can already claim bragging rights about their newly formed school system. While Hoover City Schools are contemplating the elimination of their regular-education bus service for 2014, due to budget constraints, Alabaster Schools anticipate keeping their bus service in operation indefinitely. Likewise, students of the Shelby County School System, from which Alabaster split to form the newest public school system in Alabama, will still have bus service as well.

  • Summer movie fest schedule announced for Alabaster

    Poster printing is well underway for this summer's Movie in the Park program, with folks all over town looking forward to some fun times in the park with their popcorn.

  • Alabaster drums up its annual CityFest

    To get June off and running, Alabaster will be holding CityFest, now in its 11th year.

  • Fairs fair throughout this week

    The Oak Mountain State Fair in conjunction with North American Midway Entertainment the largest roving amusement park worldwide is currently providing a fun-filled fair in the Alabaster/Pelham area. Among the attractions are carnival rides, food, games, retail vendors, and live music.