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Maribel Brown, along with her husband Kevin Brown, own and operate Minuteman Press of Rancho Cucamonga Their location is one of the leading and most prestigious franchises out of all Minuteman location across the entire U.S. This location leads in sales, technology and equipment amongst all the other franchises and because of this, they’ve won one of the most prestigious awards given by Minuteman Press Headquarters: The National Top Sales, Quality and Performance Award.
Maribel Brown graduated with honors in 1986 with a BA Degree in Business Administration and Marketing. Since 1996, she has brought Minuteman Press of Rancho Cucamonga a very distinct marketing attribute, which has helped the family business receive countless awards and recognitions.
Maribel was recently elected as the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce 2015-2016 President – Chair of the Board of Directors. She has been a Rancho Cucamonga Rotarian since 2012. Maribel serves as a Board Member to the Board of Trustees of The San Bernardino Medical Center Foundation and she is one of the founding members of the prestigious Women of St. Bernardine’s Organization, an organization she keeps close to her heart because this organization supports the care of patients and families of St. Bernardine’s Hospital.
Maribel was honored by State Assemblyman Bill Emmerson as the recipient of the 2010 Women of Distinction and recently she was awarded as the 2015-2016 Woman of the Year for San Bernardino County by State Senator Mike Morrell. Also this year, their company Minuteman Press of Rancho Cucamonga was selected as one of the semi-finalist of the 2015-2016 Spirit of the Entrepreneur Award for the Inland Empire for which Kevin and Maribel Brown feel very proud of just being nominated.
Maribel and her company, Minuteman Press of Rancho Cucamonga, have also been awarded many community awards for their accomplishments:
“The Unforgettable Heart Award” by the Unforgettables Foundation and State Legislatives.
Senate District 31st State of California “Small Business of the Year”.
Rancho Cucamonga “Top Small Business Award” by State Assemblyman Mike Morrell, City of Rancho Cucamonga and Chamber of Commerce.
State Assemblyman Bill Emmerson's “Women of Distinction” Award
“Small Business of the Year” by the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce.
“Customer Service Award” by County Supervisor Paul Biane and Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce.
“Small Business of the Year” by the City of Ontario and Ontario Chamber of Commerce, State Assemblyman Joe Baca and County Supervisor Gary Ovitt.
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Maribel Brown believes in giving 100 % when she commits to doing something. She has often said, “Do it right, or not at all”. She is not only an accomplished business owner, but also a wife, mother, and recently blessed with becoming a grandmother. Maribel, along with her husband Kevin, own and operate Minuteman Press of Rancho Cucamonga. Their location is one of the leading and most prestigious franchises out of all Minuteman locations across the entire U.S. They have recently won the most prestigious awards given by Minuteman Press Headquarters: The National Top Sales, Quality and Performance Award. Maribel’s humble spirit, skills, and dedication has grown and developed the family business, leading Minuteman Press to receive countless awards and recognitions. Maribel has been active in the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce for over 15 years. After being involved with a recent restructuring of the chamber, Maribel took the initiative to refocus the chamber goals and directives. She has invested countless hours in the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce to ensure its success. Her efforts were recognized and celebrated when she was recently elected as the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce 2015-2016 President – Chair of the Board of Directors. She is committed to her community in many ways. Recently, with the assistance of her Chamber Board and City relationships, the Chamber was able to support the donation to the recent World Games Special Olympics as a host town sponsor. Her company Minuteman Press also gives generously by supporting numerous charities, non-profit organizations and businesses in the local region (although humble about her donations, if you were to ask any community leader of her contributions you would be hard pressed to find someone that has not heard of her or her company's giving ways). Maribel is a Rancho Cucamonga Rotarian, and also serves as a Board Member to the Board of Trustees of The San Bernardino Medical Center Foundation. She has made a significant difference by participating in many Foundation and Hospital activities and programs. During her Board involvement, the Foundation has received over $210,000 from Stater Bros. Charities – Inland Empire Women Fighting Cancer, as well as raising over $400,000 to support the Radiology Department and the Heart Care Clinic. Maribel is also one of the six women who helped establish the Women of St. Bernardine orginazation. This is a women’s donor group where each woman donates a minimum of $1,000 each year. Under their leadership, the group has grown to 40 women and continues to grow. This organization has helped significantly to support the Tabitha Project at both St. Bernardine Medical Center and Community Hospital of San Bernardino, giving patients in need clothing, shoes, and other necessities. Just recently the Women of St. Bernardine bought gifts for all of the women who are battling cancer at both St. Bernardine’s and Community Hospital, to help encourage them in their fight against cancer as well as give them something beautiful to use. Maribel and all of the other Women of St. Bernardine just want to make a difference in our communities. And her participation in this group, as well as her financial support, are impacting our communities in a positive way.