Batson Racetrack

Batson Racetrack in Baker, FL
8152 Highway 189 N, Baker, FL 32531
(850) 537-4520


Street address:
8152 Highway 189 N

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ZIP code:

(850) 537-4520

Contact name:
Steve Batson

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Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 1611
City / suburb: Baker, FL
County: Okaloosa
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According to our records, this business is located at 8152 Highway 189 N in Baker (in Okaloosa County), Florida 32531, the location GPS coordinates are: 30.965146 (latitude), -86.632651 (longitude). Batson Racetrack is categorized under Oils-Asphalt and Road (SIC code 1611). Known organization owner is Steve Batson. You can contact the company by phone at (850) 537-4520.
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