International Minute Press

International Minute Press
5551 E. Grant Road • Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 885-0717 • Fax: (520) 885-0731
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  • Tucson plays it cool this summer

    The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson will be hosting its Cool Summer Nights with a lineup of programs, all carrying family-friendly and desert-related themes, on Saturday evenings through the end of August.

  • Tenth season begins for movies in the park

    Cox Communications and the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance have brought Movies in the Park back to Tucson, in Reid Park Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion.

  • Pancake eatery to add alcohol options

    Millies Pancake Haus, a restaurant serving breakfast and lunch with a European twist located on the east side of Tucson, recently announced that it will be adding wine, beer, and other mixed drinks to its menu.

  • Tucson to offer senior lunch programs

    A daily lunch program throughout the city of Tucson, offered by the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department and the Pima Council on Aging, has come into force.

  • Tucson to be filled in with new dental practice

    A new office of Aspen Dental will be opening in Tucson next week, headed up by Dr. Thomas Nguyen and his team. Flyer printing and other printing services are often used to let the community know of new dental and other health services.

  • First parklet coming to Tucson

    Living Streets Alliance (LSA) is working with businesses in downtown Tucson to develop the first parklet in the growing cultural district just north of the city. No doubt LSA is turning to a variety of printing services to make the community aware of this endeavor so as to be able to raise the $17,000 needed to permit, build, and maintain the parklet.

  • Two new shopping centers coming to Tucson area

    Town Manager of Marana, Gilbert Davidson, recently announced that the Tucson Premium Outlets will be breaking ground early in 2014 so that the shopping center can be open for business in time for the 2015 holiday season. No doubt banner printing is being used by the town to announce this new development to those in the community.

  • Annual Kids and Cops event held in Tucson

    Last Saturday, the Tucson Police Officer Association in collaboration with the Target store on Oracle Road held its annual Kids and Cops event, designed to bring some Christmas cheer and spirit to families with underprivileged children in the city. No doubt the Association used methods like flyer printing and poster printing to let those in need become aware of the event.

  • Tucson hotel to host Native American festival

    A large-scale celebration of indigenous culture is returning to Tucson. In less than two weeks' time, the annual Native American Month Social and Indian Craft Market will be arriving at the city's Sheraton Hotel and Suites. Postcard printing may be in greater demand as the venue prepares to host thousands of visitors.

  • Tucson tuning up for bluegrass jam

    A venue in Tucson is gearing up to host a weekend of colorful music. Later this week, the Desert Bluegrass Festival will be coming to the AVA Amphitheater for its 14th consecutive year. The demand for postcard printing may be higher than usual as the area prepares for the likely arrival of thousands of tourists.