Manor Market: Us Little Folks Try Harder
What do Woodstock, Mule Days, and Manor Market have in common? They are all celebrating 50 years this summer!
In 1969, Troy and Susie Oney purchased Manor Market and it has been family run and community-focused ever since. Localvores before it was popular, the Oneys raised grass-fed sheep and grew fruits and vegetables they sold at the store. Today, you can find local eggs, honey, beef, lamb, pork, organic produce, coffee, candy, and other favorites.
Troy has always been an innovator and opened a self-serve gas station in the mid-1970s and later traveled with his children, DeeAnn, Brenda and Kyle, to the burgeoning Napa Valley to stock an impressive wine cellar. Continuing the tradition, Manor Market wine cellar boasts of more than 300 carefully curated wines and Bishop's only beer cave.
Manor Market is the perfect place to grab a picnic for a hike, fishing, or climbing.
In 1982, Kyle took over the family business and has been carrying on the family legacy by donating to more than fifty non-profit organizations, including Future Farmers of America and 4H, and adapting to the times with 300 solar panels and self-serve meat counter. It's the kind of place you want to support.
"When I took over at the helm, everybody told me to specialize," says Kyle. "But I wanted to be a store for the people and provide something for everybody. Manor Market has always been a labor of love for our entire family.
Come join Manor Market in celebrating fifty years of the business of being a good neighbor on June 22. Please email email@example.com if you have any old pictures or memorabilia of Manor Market.