Just one day after Governor Mike DeWine signed a bill allowing farmers to grow hemp and legally bring CBD products into stores, a CBD location will open at the Southern Park Mall in Boardman.

Recent concerns have questioned the future of the mall after several big-name stores, including Dillard's and Sears, closed their doors due to declining sales.

Now, the Tri Health Company said it would be opening its third CBD location this weekend, Saturday, August 3. 

This will be the company's first store in Ohio and will be located near the food court by Bath and Body Works. 

The Tri Health Company said it wants to help educate the community on hemp and CBD products. 

The company is owned by Paul and Stacie Kaldy, who graduated from Brookfield and Newton Falls High Schools respectively.

They currently live and operate businesses in Tennessee.  

The two said they are excited to introduce CBD to Youngstown and Northeast Ohio.    

Paul Kaldy said he wants to hear people's stories and pass the information along to all their consumers and build a great relationship with the community.