Founded in 1942 as a local Philadelphia print shop, Vincent Mace, an Italian immigrant, had a dream to put his art school talents to work in an engaging career. World War II derailed those plans when he enlisted to serve in the US Army. Upon his return in 1945, he pursued his dream to create a high quality screen printing and POP company in the rapidly growing retail marketplace. Vincent retired in 1995 having realized his dream.
Today, M&M is a 3rd generation family owned business with over 100,000 square feet of design and manufacturing capacity. The family and our employees continue the business legacy with a commitment to creativity, idea generation, problem solving, investment in technology and most of all customer service. With over 75 years of technical and creative experience, M&M has achieved a level of printing and design expertise that reflects in the clarity and quality of our work. M&M Inc. changed its name from M&M Displays to better represent our expanding range of capabilities.
As we look to the future and grow and expand our business we do so with sustainability in mind. As a producer of durable goods we recognize our responsibility to lessen our impact on the environment around us. We have taken various measures to not only improve our carbon footprint, but to set an example for other companies in our community. M&M has invested over $1,300,000 in a 1,000 panel solar energy system that generates electrical output to satisfy 50% of our annual energy needs.
Our most frequently used materials: polystyrene, cardboard, and Falconboard are all 100% recyclable.
Our screen printing and digital inks are environmentally friendly and recyclable.
We have eliminated the need for non-biodegradable exposure films with our direct to screen unit, Jetscreen System.
We continually research new recyclable and environmentally friendly materials and bring that education to our clients.