Minuteman Press is Rate #1 Printing Franchise Again
March 03, 2009 // Franchising.com // Farmingdale, NY - Minuteman Press, the largest printing and graphics franchise system in the world, was recently rated the number one franchise in the world by Entrepreneur magazine, again. This is the 17th year that Minuteman Press has received this prestigious award.
"We have worked very hard over the years to provide the best training and support in the industry, which gives our owners the confidence that they are the best prepared and the most efficient owners in their market," said Bob Titus, President of MMP.
Minuteman Press International, Inc. (MMP) with more than thirty (30) years of franchise experience, and over nine hundred seventy five (975) franchises operating nationally and internationally, continues to expand its franchise systems. Starting out in the early 1970's Roy Titus, the founders of Minuteman Press, and his son Bob, President of MMP, saw a demand for a printing business that would serve all of the printing and graphics related needs of any business. This lead to the first Minuteman Press in 1973, and since then Minuteman Press has continually grown, and been rated number 1 in the category of printing franchises. Minuteman Press's breakthrough concepts and capabilities allow our franchise owners the qualities and services need to meet their client's needs. MMP utilizes equipment that enables us to reach further into the quality printing market and establish a unique position in the printing industry. Our franchises offer a wide variety of professional products and services designed to help you get your message out fast to customers, employees and vendors.
"Financial security, quality of life, and being responsive to the needs of the business community makes us a unique franchise," said Bob Titus. Minuteman Press is positioned perfectly in the graphics industry to continue to grow. Virtually every business needs our services, and we continue to be situated as the most versatile player in the business, allowing our owners to move with the market place.