Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press McLean/Tysons
6821 Tennyson Dr. • McLean, VA 22101
Phone: 703.356.6612 • Fax: 703.356.6655
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Minuteman Press of McLean/Tysons has been proudly serving the Northern Va for 35 years. We are next to Tysons Corner Shopping Centers, Falls Church and Vienna. Utilizing the latest equipment and software, we offer digital printing, copying, graphic design, signage, direct mail, web development and the printing of promotional products.

We specialize in providing rapid, superior customer service that is always friendly and professional. This environment makes businesses as well as our neighborhood customers, children and pets feel welcome. In a world increasingly complicated with technical gizmos and cold communication we are proud to answer the phone on the first ring and offer assistance. We take the stress out of your project from start to finish -whether it requires creative brain-storming or computer digital manipulation to new design, state-of-the-art printing and delivery to your door. Our experienced staff is prepared to complete these tasks promptly with top quality results while keeping your budget a priority.

We support many local and global charities including McLean Rotary Club, American Legion, Share Inc. of McLean, Girl Scouts and Red Cross; and actively participate in our local community events.

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  • Spring festival celebrates Arbor Day in Fairfax County

    The 2014 Springfest Fairfax is being held this April in Lorton. It is hosted by such local organizations as the Clean Fairfax Council, the County of Fairfax and the Workhouse Arts Center, among others.

  • Annual event raises funds to fight hunger in Fairfax County

    The 6th annual Empty Bowls community fundraiser event is taking place later this week. It raises funds for, and is hosted by, Our Daily Bread. More than 300 people are expected to attend this year's event.

  • Chocaholic festival returns to McLean

    The 3rd annual McLean Chocolate Festival is coming up at the end of January. The event is hosted by the Rotary Club of McLean and a portion of the proceeds raised will go to support various local charities.

  • McLean kids heading to where the wild things are

    It is time for McLean parents to bundle up the kids and head for the National Zoos annual Zoolights event, at which children can see animals, watch entertainment, go for rides, and even help design habitats.

  • Annual fundraiser to auction for worthy cause

    Acting as a fundraiser for Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN), which is a Northern Virginia child abuse prevention program, the 11th annual Toast to Hope is taking place this weekend.

  • Suits and Sneakers event will honor business and community leaders

    The 4th annual Suits and Sneakers will take place this October in McLean. The event is hosted by the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce, and usually attracts about 250 attendees.

  • Cars motor up for cancer research

    Carz Cruizen to Cure Cancer is taking place in Potomac Falls this September. The event takes the form of a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

  • Fashion show and performance will raise funds for Fibromyalgia

    Rock the Purple will take place in Falls Church this July, with funds raised going to support the Venetta Kent Foundation and the Fibromyalgia Awareness Foundation.

  • Golf season in swing in Fairfax County

    Now that summer is here, everyone is no doubt ready to get back onto the golf course. There are two upcoming events in Fairfax County this July that will help get the kinks out.

  • Memorial Day marked with local parade and festival

    The Memorial Day Parade and Festival is returning to Falls Church for the 31st year, and will offer plenty to do now that the long weekend is here.