Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press - Olympia, WA
West Side • 1025 Black Lake Blvd. • Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: 360-754-8779 • Fax: 360-357-7457
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Welcome to Minuteman Press Olympia, Tumwater and Thurston County!

Minuteman Press Olympia is pleased to serve the Olympia, Tumwater, and Lacey areas as well as Thurston County. However, we can Print and Ship your Order to any U.S. destination. Ask about our Fulfillment Services.

Minuteman Press offers the following Printing and Marketing Services:
Business Stationery, Multi-part forms, Posters and Banners, Design, Brochures, Newsletters, Self Published Books, Direct Mail Advertising, Every Door Direct Mail Campaigns.

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Tamper-Resistant Prescription Pads are here!

A new state law passed in 2009 to combat unauthorized, improperly altered and counterfeit prescriptions. (RCW 18.64.500) Starting July 1, 2010, all prescriptions written in Washington State must be on board-approved tamper-resistant prescription paper or pads (TRPP).
Minuteman Press is currently the only approved vendor in Olympia.
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Minuteman Press Printing News Center

  • Work on Olympia hotel to begin this spring

    Construction of the new Hampton Inn and Suites, which is located at 4301 Martin Way East, is expected to being in May of this year.

  • Olympia emergency teams learn to stop hazards in their tracks

    Firefighters from Olympia and several other local communities recently came together for training on what to do in the event of an emergency situation involving railway tankers carrying hazardous substances.

  • Olympia digs deep for fundraising campaign

    The American Cancer Society depends upon its Relay For Life campaign to help raise funds, and an equestrian event was held in Olympia this month as the area looked to lend a hand to the cause.

  • Olympia hosts international cat show

    Cat lovers from all over the state, and from as far afield as Canada and the Eastern U.S., recently converged on Olympia for an International Cat Association sanctioned cat show.