Remarkable Ohio


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13-57 Woody’s Market

Side A: From 1944 to 1999, this was the site of Woody’s Market started by the late Woodrow W. Bowman. The Market grew from a one-person open-air produce stand to a 500-employee, 100,000 square foot full-service shopping center open 24 hours, 7 days a week. The Over-the-Road-Restaurant, added in 1968, was a gathering place for the community. Woody’s Market was a regional retail icon. After closing the Market in May 1999, Woody Bowman died on July 22, 2006. The Market was razed in April 2007.
Side B: Same
Sponsors: City of West Carrollton and The Ohio Historical Society
Address: 810 E Dixie Drive, 
West Carrollton, 
Location: NE Corner of W Alex-Bell Road and E Dixie Drive, in front of the Sonic Drive In
Latitude: 39.6764310
Longitude: -84.2399170