International Minute Press

International Minute Press
2013 Ramsey Street, Unit B • Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone: 910-485-7955 • Fax: 910-483-2240
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Welcome to International Minute Press!

Our Location

International Minute Press understands that our customers have two needs when it comes to printing... The printing of the office essentials to keep the business running efficiently and the marketing materials used to grow business sales. Many of our customers tell us saving money on business forms, invoices, and sales sheets allows them to allocate more of their printing budget to the full color brochures, flyers, and postcards which help grow the business.

International Minute Press is proud to offer a full array of products and services to fulfill both needs. Whether you are looking for business cards, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, posters, business forms, door hangers, postcards,etc. we can do everything from the designing to printing of your printed materials. We also offer a full bindery shop to bind manuals, glue notepads, number business forms, stitch booklets, and cut your projects down to size.

Have a question about the services we offer? Give us a call at 910-485-7955. We offer free on-site consulting to come speak with you about your printing budget. We also offer free delivery to all of our business customers.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our site. If there is anything we can do to further improve your experience, please let us know. We are always looking for ways to better serve our customers.

Be sure to click the photo to the right for directions to our new location on Ramsey Street!

News Center

  • Fayetteville celebrates the Babes first home run

    Last weekend, the community of Fayetteville marked the 100th anniversary of the first home run that Babe Ruth hit as a professional baseball player back in 1914. Most likely the organizers of the two-day event used poster printing to announce their activities to the community so as many people as possible could commemorate this historic occasion.

  • New entertainment complex coming to Fayetteville

    Carmike Cinemas, Inc. recently announced it will be building a new theater in Fayetteville.

  • Bonefish Grill plans charity event for grand opening

    The Bonefish Grill will be holding grand opening ceremonies for its new location in Fayetteville this weekend, including a special charity night dinner. Proceeds of the dinner will go towards the USO North Carolina, for the Fort Bragg and Fayetteville centers.

  • Veterans receive cards of holiday joy

    The USS North Carolina Battleship located in Wilmington, southeast of Fayetteville, is working with several organizations this year to send out cards to veterans in VA hospitals throughout North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Maryland and West Virginia. No doubt a variety of printing services are being used to make more people aware of this project, which sends cheer to veterans during the holiday season.

  • Fayetteville hosts largest craft fair this side of the state

    Eastern North Carolinas biggest show of its kind, the Holly Day Fair, is taking place in Fayetteville at the Crown Center before coming to a close tomorrow. No doubt a variety of printing services is being used to announce this fair to the community and those in the surrounding area.

  • Halloween events galore planned for Fayetteville

    A variety of events is planned for Fayetteville to celebrate the Halloween holiday season, and no doubt the organizations sponsoring these events are using a variety of printing services to let people in the community become aware of them.

  • American Flag Self-Storage unites with U-Haul

    Located in Cumberland, just outside of Fayetteville, American Flag Self-Storage recently announced that equipment rentals and moving supplies from U-Haul will be added to its storage business. Most likely the company is using banner printing in front of its business to make this announcement to the community and keeping the public abreast of the business partnerships it is forming.

  • Fayetteville gets on the defensive

    On Tuesday, August 6, the Fayetteville Technical Community College held the 12th annual North Carolina Defense and Economic Development Trade Show. Kay Hagan and Richard Burr, the two United States senators from North Carolina (which has the third largest military presence in the country) co-hosted the event and most likely used flyer printing and poster printing to announce it, as there was a record turnout of almost 700 people from across the state.

  • New Fayetteville BJs Club is companys 200th

    BJs Membership Club recently announced that it will be opening its 200th club in Fayetteville this upcoming weekend, with a variety of events to mark the special celebration. No doubt flyer printing and poster printing are being used let the members of the new community become aware of the store and participate in the many events of the weekend.

  • Fayetteville hosts its Duck Derby day

    The Duck Derby was held last Saturday, May 4, in Fayetteville, and its total raised to date stands at over $10,000.