Belltown Minuteman Press has been printing in Seattle and serving clients throughout greater King County including Bellevue, Renton, Mercer Island, Shoreline and Tukwila for over twenty-six years! Our knowledgeable staff offers friendly service and assistance in offset printing, digital reproduction, graphic design, color management, mailings and bindery. Our services include printing, copying, graphic design, booklets, brochures, business cards, catalogs, letterhead, envelopes, invitations, manuals, newsletters, postcards, presentation folders, self-inking stamps, stationery, wedding invitations and more! We bring our expertise to the table on every job we do. So whether you are a large corporation with complex print fulfillment needs, an organization looking to communicate effectively with your supporters, an independent entrepreneur looking for a few simple print items to promote your business, or somewhere in-between, whatever you can dream up, odds are, we can help you. Please contact us today with your print project questions, we are happy to help.My name is Brenda and I am the owner of Belltown Minuteman Press. I enjoy working in print because I get to work with so many creative people and their ideas. I believe printing is a sustainable responsible way to communicate with each other and a good way to make a living at the same time. I also enjoy running a 100% woman owned business in Belltown and being a part of a vibrant urban community where the idea of art as a way of life is still alive and well 24/7.We love our earth, so please recycle!Did you know that over 63% of the paper used in the US is recovered for recycling? And that today, the trees used to make paper come from a far greater understanding of the relationship we all share with the earth. Forests, and the wildlife they support, are managed and processed with more intention towards creating a healthy balance between industry and stewardship than ever before in history. How cool is that? And as a printer, education and involvement are absolutely our responsibility. We recommend checking out www.afandpa.org, or www.fscus.org, to find out more information and to get involved with your forests.And for all the creativity ever laid out on paper… We give thanks to the Tree!LONG LIVE THE TREE!