Company History

Minuteman Press in Panorama City, California is owned by married soul-mates Pamela Berg, President, and Kevin Berg, CFO.  They started the business September 1, 1990 in a 1,200 square foot strip mall location in Panorama City, with one pressman.  As the company grew, it was moved several times including North Hollywood in 1993, North Hills in 1999, and to the current 9,000 square foot location Panorama City in 2005.

Minuteman Press is very active in the local business community, and has held memberships with the Mid-Valley Police Council, the Direct Marketing Club of Southern California, Printing Industries Association, and National Association of Quick Printers, three San Fernando Valley Chambers of Commerce, and the California State University Northridge (CSUN) Presidents Associates. The owners volunteer time and support to local charitable and non-profit organizations.  Pamela Berg is a Past President of the Mid-Valley Chamber of Commerce, past President of two local business networking organizations, and is currently on the Executive Board of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association (VICA).

Our business focus is to provide complete printing and direct mailing services to business customers who want a true partnership with their printing services provider.  We want to build the kind of trust level with our customers that allows them the confidence of knowing that we will always be there to take care of their projects, on time, at a competitive price.  They should always feel that we are watching their backs for them, and that we will handle virtually any printing or mailing related need they have quickly and professionally.

We strive to offer our customers big commercial printing/agency style service and expertise, with small shop capabilities, friendliness and pricing. Our pricing and fast job turnaround make us highly competitive with any on-line printing company.

Our growth and longevity has been due to two basic attributes: First, we believe that the Customer always comes first.  Without the Customer, we have no business.  Secondly, our most important business asset is our Employees.  We spend a great deal of time and money investing in the best employees we can find.  Our Employees, who give our Customers the best possible service, have made this company successful.

In a world that is increasingly more impersonal, on-line and anonymous, we give our Customers a personal and hands-on experience. We’re easy to work with. We solve problems. We’re fast. We keep our promises. We know you will appreciate these qualities.