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Wednesday, Sep 04, 2019

Historic Move for Original Minuteman Press Franchise in Farmingdale as Owner Jeff Miller Celebrates 30 Years in Business

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Minuteman Press in Farmingdale has been a Main Street mainstay since 1975 and was the prototype Minuteman Press franchise

Visit 30-year Minuteman Press franchise owner Jeff Miller and his team at their new location at 324 Main Street

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Minuteman Press International is proud to celebrate the relocation of its original Farmingdale franchise to 324 Main Street. The historic move means that Minuteman Press in Farmingdale can remain a Main Street fixture just as it has been since first opening its doors in 1975. Minuteman Press International, which has strong roots in Long Island and remains a family-owned and operated franchisor, is also headquartered in Farmingdale at 61 Executive Blvd.

On August 15, 2019, Minuteman Press in Farmingdale held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in conjunction with the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce. The Farmingdale franchise has been open for 44 years and Jeff Miller has owned the business for over 30 years. Jeff and his team remain dedicated to Farmingdale businesses and residents and continue to provide high quality design, marketing, and printing services throughout the community. Jeff says, “It is quite an accomplishment to grow as a small business over the past 30 years. My family and I are grateful for the support of the community and the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce as well as other local organizations.”

Jeff continues, “In the past 30 years I have seen many changes positively affecting downtown Farmingdale. I'm very proud to be a part of the re-gentrification that has occurred. The positive growth has attracted many new people to the area while keeping the charm of a small-town community. When I walk down the street some people call me ‘Mayor’ because most everyone knows me and I am interested in the people of the town.”