M & M Awnings & Signs - News

Our Company is Expanding Again!

We have already out grown the 20.000 sq ft building we purchased in 2014.  Because of this continued growth we have purched the 23,000 sq. ft. building next door.  Read more from the article published by the Long Island Business News.


M & M Awnings & Signs is proud to announce we have been highlighted in Raven Magazine !

The  article called,

 "The Story of Growth, Longevity, and Loving What You Do. "Raven Magazine Article

Read how how we went from working in a garage to moving into our new 22,000 sq ft sign and awning fabrication facility.

MM Sign & Awning is Proud to Announce the donation of:

A  Retractable Awning to the Ronald McDonald House of Long Isalnd.

Retractable awning at the Ronald McDonald House
Roanld McDonald House Long Island
Testimonal Letter

From the ISLIP HERALD, Saturday, May 17, 2014

Islip’s IDA Efforts Attracts New, Business, Retains Another

Photo from Islip Herald

M & M Awning’s products can be found across Long Island, including this poolside awning at Huntington Yacht Club.

ISLIP — Islip Town officials have given their approval to two Industrial Development Agency (IDA) inducement resolutions that will bring a new business to the Town, while allowing another to expand.

M & M Canvas & Awning is relocating from Huntington to a
20,000 square foot facility at 80 Oval Drive in Islandia.
Some $2 million is being invested that will allow the company to meet increased demand for their products, which includes manual and motorized retractable awnings for clients such as Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall.

In 2013 the company grew 60 percent, which prompted the search for a larger facility. M & M executives site Islip Town’s central location on Long Island, and the attractive IDA incentive package as reasons why they chose to relocate. Town officials said 25 jobs will be created and 15 jobs will be retained.

“Islip is very pro-business,” said Michael Mere, president and owner of M & M Canvas and Awning. “Not too many other townships on Long Island are geared for manufacturing.”

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