Bost Human Development Center

Bost Human Development Center in Fort Smith, AR
5023 Old Greenwood Rd., Fort Smith, AR 72903
(479) 648-3384


Street address:
5023 Old Greenwood Rd.

City / suburb:
Fort Smith



ZIP code:

(479) 648-3384

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Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 6552
Estimated number of employees: 2
City / suburb: Fort Smith, AR
County: Sebastian
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According to our records, this business is located at 5023 Old Greenwood Rd. in Fort Smith (in Sebastian County), Arkansas 72903, the location GPS coordinates are: 35.3285713 (latitude), -94.3874895 (longitude). Bost Human Development Center is categorized under Real Estate Developers (SIC code 6552). The company employs approximately 2 people. You can contact the company by phone at (479) 648-3384.
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