Providing state-of-the-art printing solutions, Minuteman Press of Redding is still very much old school when it comes to customer service. “While things are constantly changing in the marketplace, we at Minuteman Press are here to support you in doing business the old-fashioned way,” says owner Daniel Newton. “We are family owned and operated. Taking a hands-on approach to the management and the daily operations of the company, you’ll find Minuteman Press offers a personal touch to business.”

Like many businesses, Newton and team had to hunker down during the height of the pandemic and the resulting impacts to business. “A good many of our customers had to shut down during the height of COVID,” says Newton. “It was a tough time, but we really saw how the community came together to support each other.”

Such community spirit is a leading reason Minuteman Press wants to join forces with Columbia Bank’s Pass It On Project. “Passing it on means passing on blessings to others in need,” continues Newton. That is why Minuteman Press of Redding is providing printing services to a special organization that makes it their mission to give back, and Columbia Bank is paying the bill. “With Columbia Bank’s generous gift, we are going to provide free printing services to Grace Place Ministry of Redding. They provide so much support to our region and we are thrilled to be able to give back to such a wonderful organization.”