Borders in Oviedo, FL
8285 Red Bug Lake Rd., Oviedo, FL 32765
(407) 977-3385


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8285 Red Bug Lake Rd.

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(407) 977-3385

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Jeff Fike

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Standard industrial classification code: 5942
City / suburb: Oviedo, FL
County: Seminole
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According to our records, this business is located at 8285 Red Bug Lake Rd. in Oviedo (in Seminole County), Florida 32765, the location GPS coordinates are: 28.655854 (latitude), -81.236205 (longitude). Borders is categorized under Book Stores (SIC code 5942). Known organization manager is Jeff Fike. You can contact the company by phone at (407) 977-3385.
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