The Miranda family launched their new Minuteman Press franchise with a Grand Opening event Thursday, March 15. “We are very happy to be here,” said Maida Miranda, the owner who runs the print shop along with her son Josh and husband Albert, who also works as a Registerd Nurse. “We want to help other businesses succeed by providing them with the marketing products they need. Whatever you can put your logo on, we can make for you.”
Josh Miranda is a graphic artist. “I get everything set up for our customers and ready to go. The equipment is technical but very user friendly,” he said.
Minuteman Press offers digital printing services for products ranging from business cards to imprinted ad specialty merchandise, signs and decals, and even raffle tickets. They can handle any mailing project including auto-addressing.
Ryan Nubla of Minuteman International attended the Open House. “Minuteman Press started as instant printers but have evolved to a marketing services, primarily for business customers,” he explained, noting the closest other Minuteman location is in Modesto.
The Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce provided a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome the new business to Merced, including representatives from the offices of Senator Anthony Canella, Assemblyman Adam Gray and Congressman Jim Costa. Maida Miranda thanked them and noted the Greater Merced Chamber of Commerce had also been very helpful with their startup process.
For more information about Minuteman Press Merced, call Maida Miranda at 626-5288 or stop in to see her at 3090 M Street, Suite 8 (by Good Feet near Olive Ave.) and get a tour of the new business.