Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
55 Commerce Street • Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: 973-624-6907 • Fax: 973-624-2066
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"Absolutely phenomenal. Minuteman Press in Newark handles all our printing jobs. Quality is prefect! Pricing is awesome, and service is top notch! I would not go anywhere else for any printing needs!"

-Long Time Corporate Client

Office Hours

8:00 AM to 4:30 PM: Monday - Friday
We are available after 4:30 by appointment

Minuteman Press
55 Commerce Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Tel: 973-624-6907
Fax: 973-624-2066
Email: sales@mmpnewark.com
Hours: 8am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri

Welcome to Minuteman Press of Newark!

Welcome to Minuteman Press of Newark!

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At Minuteman Press of Newark, we know how important your printing jobs are to you. You need it done right, and you need it delivered on time. You need it managed by a printer who works as closely with you as your own staff would. Whether it’s an order for custom-designed letterhead and envelopes, a marketing brochure, company newsletter, wedding invitations, or a product catalog, we make it our job to make your life easier by fulfilling your print or copy order quickly and correctly, every time.

Owned by Holly Kaplansky since 2005, Minuteman Press of Newark is not just another printer. Our goal has always been to provide great service that puts you first—from fast turnaround time to Holly’s personal involvement in every print job to ensure your project is done right from start to finish. You have her guarantee on that!

Whether you are a business owner who needs marketing materials and business forms, a non-profit organization that needs copies of branded promotional products, or an individual looking for social stationery, we can design it and print it for you.

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News Center

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    The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located in Newark, recently announced that it will expand its in-house television capabilities with plans to create a modern broadcasting center within suburban New York City.

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    The Wright-Clark Mansion in the Forest Hill Neighborhood of Newark was recently restored and is now an

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    Thrillist, a website that informs its readers of the best in food, drink, and travel, has recently named Tops Diner in East Newark as part its rundown of the most famous restaurants in America.

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    Rutgers University?Newark will be kicking off its DeStress Fest this week to help students cope with feelings of stress and anxiety during final exams. Many of the activities are designed to reduce stress and promote moral and emotional support.

  • Newarks east ward to get additional housing

    A groundbreaking ceremony was recently held in the East ward of Newark for the Lofts at Lincoln Park, a condominium project to be four stories in height.

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    The Hells Kitchen Lounge in Newark will be holding its first community Kick A$$ Rummage sale early in the month.

  • East Newark takes award for its breakfast brilliance

    The New Jersey Food for Thought School Breakfast Challenge has awarded the school district of East Newark third place in the program, the goal of which is to increase participation in the federal school breakfast plan.

  • Old apartment building in Newark to be renovated

    A 50-unit apartment building supported by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development in downtown Newark has recently been purchased by The Aspen Companies of Teaneck for $3m.

  • Small business airline starts flights to Paris

    La Compagnie recently announced that it has begun airline service between Paris Charles DeGaulle International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. All seats are business class with no coach or first class seating.

  • Plans for Lincoln Park music festival announced

    The Lincoln Park Cultural Coast District (LPCCP) will be holding its music festival in Newark at the end of the month for the ninth consecutive year, with several days of pre-festival events leading up to the concert.