Gemini is a family-owned company. We're a company of people. So we get people, and we get family. 

 

In fact, we owe our continued growth and business investment to all of the hard working people at every one of our manufacturing sites, to our customers, to our customer's customers, and to the extended family and communities that support them.  

Every year we like to take pause and think about how we can continue to honor our families and our communities through philanthropic efforts that continue to make a difference today, particularly in the areas of education and healthcare.  A few of the Gemini's philanthropic initiatives include:

  • Member of the Minnesota Keystone Program, we donate 2% of our pre-tax earnings to Minnesota Keystone charitable causes
  • Endowment of the University of Minnesota Gemini Chair in Technology Management, which allows the University's College of Science & Engineering students an opportunity to broaden their leadership and entrepreneurial skills
  • Endowment of the University of Cincinnati Terence M. Fruth / Gemini Chair of Signage Design and Community Planning at the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
  • Endowment of the University of Cincinnati James S. Womack / Gemini Chair of Signage and Visual Marketing at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business
  • The Ross Wagner Scholarship, which provides a full-ride scholarship for students majoring in civil, aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, aerospace, biomedical and chemical engineering in US States or Canadian Provinces where Gemini has plants
  • The Mayo Clinic, making healthcare more accessible to rural Americans
  • Sign industry contributions, recipients which have included the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati as well as focused academic endeavors at the University of Cincinnati and Penn State to advance technology within the signage industry
  • Employee donation program, which allows all Gemini employees the opportunity to donate $250 to the charity of their preference every year

We're always looking for better ways to leverage our philanthropic efforts, because our people and our community are important to us.  Let us know how!