Clifford M. Johnson founded the Johnson Company in 1953. Mr. Johnson started his sales and service business in Rochester, Minnesota with the help of two employees – Evelyn his wife and Donald Butters, his associate. Mr. Johnson received many awards for his service endeavors including being the first Rochester businessperson inducted into the Minnesota Business Hall of Fame, accepting the Rochester Mayor's Medal of Honor and the Sertoma's Service to Mankind Award. Over the years the company has grown and evolved as a full-service commercial printer known for community leadership and dedication. Currently, 23 associates continue the legacy that began with Mr. Johnson, lead by the second generation, his daughter and son.
It is the mission of Johnson Printing to be a leader in the printing industry by assisting our customers with their graphic and printing needs. We will continue to improve our technology, and the products and services we provide. We believe satisfied customers who have been served by our professional staff will govern our success. We are committed to quality service, timeliness and accuracy from conception to completion for each and every printed project. At Johnson Printing, we are proud of our commitment to our customers and to the community and we will continue to serve both long into the future.
We are a proud member of the Print Industry Midwest (PIM), and one of a few PIM members that are Certified Great Printers with the PIM Great Printer Environmental Initiative.
Participation in the PIM Great Printer Environmental Initiative is a voluntary effort by printers to demonstrate their commitment to minimize their impact on human health and the environment while producing quality printed products. Great Printers go beyond what is required by government agencies in environmental, health and safety (EHS) compliance. Great Printers are green printers. The PIM Great Printer Environmental Initiative has been in place for over 13 years. It evolved from the Great Printers Project, which was a collaborative project by the Council of Great Lake Governors, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the Printing Industries of America, Inc.