From bagger to owner: Dot’s Market employee works his way up food chain

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KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) — For 68 years, Dot’s Market has been a staple in the Belmont neighborhood.

“Dot’s stands for dependable old-time service,” beams Nick Moshos. “I always joked about owing a grocery store back when I was in high school.”

Nick’s joke turned into reality, working his way up the food chain. 

“I started bagging groceries as a carry-out when I was 16 and worked my way up into all the different departments here,” says Nick.

Now the 27-year-old is the owner of Dot’s Market in Kettering, helping customers navigate the aisles.

“This is really our bread and butter here at Dot’s,” as Nick points to the meat.

It’s what the market is really known for.

“We do custom-cut meats, meat bundles; we have a lot of different meat items to offer,” says Nick who also touts all of the local items the market has to offer.

Throughout his career, Nick’s commitment to the community has remained constant in the market, and he continues to look for ways to better serve his customers.

“It’s a small-tight community here. A lot of great people,” says Nick.

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