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Neimanís Family Market coming to Clarkston

November 07, 2012

It is official. On Monday it was announced that a new grocer is coming to Clarkston. Neiman's Family Market plans to have it's fourth store up and running in the White Lake Plaza (at the corner of Dixie and White Lake Road) by this coming spring.

"We love the community," said Neiman's director of marketing, Bethany Schafer.

Neiman's Family Markets was founded by Hal and Jean Neiman in 1983, up in Alpena. The family owned and operated market opened its second location in Tawas in 2006, followed up in 2007 with their third store in St. Clair. Mr. Neiman's sons Bryan and Nate, and daughter Amy are instrumental in the business as well.

The Neiman family will renovate, update and modernize the old Farmer Jack store.

According to Neiman's website, "We are a locally owned and operated business sponsoring community and charitable events in our local communities. Our goal . . . is to create a shopping experience that provides a large variety of quality products, numerous specialty items for the gourmet chef and customer service superior to any market across the nation. We are proud of all products available to each and every customer and offer a 200% satisfaction guarantee on all food products. Come visit us, you'll be glad you did."