We offer products that are useful to Jehovah's Witnesses in their personal lives and ministry. All of our products are original designs of Madzay Color Graphics, Inc.
In the fall of 1946, Madzay Printing Co. was founded in Cleveland, Ohio by John and Anna Madzay who faithfully served as Jehovah's Witnesses since the 1930's. The company printed placards worn by Jehovah's Witnesses on street corners advertising public talks, paper signs displayed in store windows advertising circuit assemblies, lapel cards for circuit assembly delegates, "No Blood Transfusion" cards carried by Jehovah's Witnesses, and Yeartext banners for Kingdom Halls. When John Madzay died in 1966, the business was continued by his son, Donald, a graduate of the 35th class of Gilead. He returned with his wife, Esther, in 1964 from their missionary assignment in New Zealand to care for their ailing parents.
The company's name was changed to Donald R. Madzay Printing. In August, 1977, the company moved to Arizona. In March, 1984, the company, renamed Madzay Color Graphics, Inc., moved back to Ohio. In 1997, Donald and Esther Madzay retired. Their son, Eric Madzay, is the current owner. Eric serves as an elder in the West congregation in Brunswick, Ohio.
Everyone at Madzay Color Graphics are Jehovah's Witnesses.
It has been a pleasure serving our customers for over 70 years and we thank you for your interest in our products. It is our desire to provide practical products of good quality with friendly service while keeping our business a manageable size so we and our employees may continue "seeking first the kingdom."—Matt. 6:33.