Giant Food Stores Weekly Ad - Giant Stores, LLC is an American supermarket chain stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia operates under the names of Giant and Martin. Giant is a subsidiary of the Dutch company Ahold. Giant stores are often referred to as Giant Carlisle to distinguish it from its sister company, Giant Landover. The main difference between the giants Landover and Giant Carlisle, is that its connection Landover, Giant Carlisle while no entity, with the exception of shops in Lewistown, Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia area.
Giant Food Weekly Ad was founded in 1923 when David Javitch opened a small meat shops in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Carlisle Meat Market, as it was known, began as a two-man butcher. David Javitch, also known as "Corporate D.J.," said its activities in the premises of the "best product on Giant Food Ad Weekly." He spent most of his hours in the store, and his children were raised. His business boomed in 1920 and 1930. In 1936 decided Javitch to have the opportunity to take advantage of new business opportunities.
He bought the store in Lewistown, Pennsylvania, where the huge shopping center called Food. It was a big change from the original Carlisle meat market in that it is a general merchant. It was very modern and offered customers the chance to buy their dry goods and perishables under one roof; The new concept at the time. The store was a great success, and soon it was decided to expand the store base Carlisle meat market in full grocery store.