Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
2700 Willow Pass Road • Concord, CA 94519
Phone: 925-363-9667 • Fax: 925-363-9664
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The Minuteman of Concord Welcomes you!

Top Overall Performance Award Minuteman Press Int. and Concord Business of the Year Award

At Minuteman Press we are all about being the first and last step in your printing process, while making it as easy as possible. Check out our Products and services to find out exactly what we can do for you. Get an estimate, send a file and we will do the rest!

We create customized Customer Portals for our clients. We store all of your artwork in digital format in a document library. We make it easy for you to Order, Edit and View; Forms, Full Color Marketing Collateral, Stationery, or whatever company branded material you have printed. Ask us how we can get you started!

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  • Pizza My Heart is coming to Walnut Creek this spring, and those who live in Concord may want to make the short trip to enjoy this experience in dining.

  • The Concord Commission on Aging, the Concord Senior Center, and the local Home Instead Senior Care office are working with businesses, nonprofit organizations, and residents of the community to participate in the Be a Santa to a Senior service program.

  • Bobbie and Tom Preston, who live in Moraga, a short distance from Concord, will once again hold Cycle Recycle this year. This is the 18th year they have been holding this drive.

  • The Greater Concord CA Chamber of Commerce will be holding two special events at Uniteck College in Concord this week.

  • This month, those who donate blood or platelets during to American Red Cross Blood Donations Centers in the Concord area will be entitled to a free haircut at Sport Clips Haircuts.

  • Macys and Safeway, together with other stores in the Sunvalley Shopping Center in Concord, have kicked off their Sunvalley Gives Back program.

  • The Tuesday Night Blues Series, which takes place on the Todos Santos stage every Tuesday night in Concord during the month of July, has been extended to run until August 11 this year.

  • Exploration Camp is coming to the San Francisco Bay Area and is an experience that children between the ages of 11 and 18 in the Concord area will not want to miss.

  • The Growing Smarter Together Award was recently presented to the City of Concord by the Association of Bay Area Governments.

  • The United States Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters in partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation has recently named the City of Concord as Tree City USA for the 34th year in a row, and given it the Growth Award for the 17th year in a row.