Frank Mayer and Associates

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Our Story

Founded in 1931, Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. is a third generation, family-owned company based in Grafton, WI. Throughout the years, we have embraced transforming design concepts and ideas into a reality within the in-store merchandising industry.

Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. Since 1931
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Approach Self-Order Kiosk

FOUNDED

1931


  • 1948

    First screen printing facility in Milwaukee, WI


  • 1952

    Frank G. Mayer pioneers the use of four-color process in screen printing


  • 1958

    Cylinder press arrives at FMA in 1958 – the largest automatic sheet fed press in the U.S.


  • 1959

    The largest film camera installed at FMA, the Borrowdale


  • 1964

    Groundbreaking on headquarters office in Grafton, WI


  • 1966

    Design and produce merchandising solution for Ampex cassette and 8-track tapes


  • 1975

    First interactive console game for Atari marketed


  • 1980

    Frank W. Mayer is named President of Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.


  • 1988

    Win “Display of the Year” for Nintendo


  • 1992

    Win “Display of the Year” for John Deere


  • 1995

    In 1995 FMA expands and adds an assembly, warehousing, production facility – Midwest Assembly, Warehouse, Distribution


  • 1998

    Mike Mayer is named President of Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.


  • 2004

    Two coveted industry awards “Display of the Year” for BMW Kiosk and “Best of Times/Platinum Award” for MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc. Thomasville Selection Center


  • 2006

    Celebrate 75th year in business


  • 2012

    New corporate identity with re-designed logo.


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    2013

    Nintendo Wii U™ Interactive Display program wins “Best of Times” award


  • 2014

    ISO Certification for contract design, development, and manufacture of self-service health screening devices.


  • 2018

    Launched Approach, a self-service ordering kiosk for QSR and retail

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