Hey wondering who all remembers SOHIO gas and the stations? looking for pictures, and info, I know there are fans out there and old employees of the company keeping the history alive. It was one of the things i always have remembered as a kid in the early seventies, It's a big deal when you are a little kid and you get to go with your dad to that SOHIO station. They had a long history and were around many years before finally being bought out by BP and the refinery's closed. It was almost a way of life in Ohio. I have some pictures somewhere but i need to find them. I see a lot of signs and memorabilia for long dead brands, but not so much for this one, even though it too had a long history and a lot of brand loyalty.