COLUMBUS—State Senator Terry Johnson (R-McDermott) had the honor of cutting the ribbon this weekend at the grand reopening of Gahm's Market in Lucasville.
"Gahm's businesses have been a tremendous part of the Lucasville community for decades, providing quality products and services, as well as employment opportunities for many," Johnson said. “Here’s praying for their continued success in the years to come.”
Gahm's Market originally opened in Lucasville in 1940. The business has thrived with the leadership of the Gahm Family for four generations and celebrated its grand reopening after 80 years in business this past Saturday. This local staple has had an immeasurable economic impact on Lucasville since its original opening. During that time, it has served as a source of consistent quality groceries and complete pharmacy services as well as steady employment opportunities to the community.