Cherokee Village Improvement

Cherokee Village Improvement in Cherokee Village, AR
Highway 175, Cherokee Village, AR 72529
(870) 257-2468


Street address:
Highway 175

City / suburb:
Cherokee Village



ZIP code:

(870) 257-2468

Contact name:
Jimmy Chandler

Contact title:

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GPS Latitude:

Places nearby

1.87 miles away
1.93 miles away
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Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 9121
Estimated number of employees: 42
City / suburb: Cherokee Village, AR
County: Sharp
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According to our records, this business is located at Highway 175 in Cherokee Village (in Sharp County), Arkansas 72529, the location GPS coordinates are: 36.298033 (latitude), -91.5699164 (longitude). Cherokee Village Improvement is categorized under State Government Offices (SIC code 9121). Known organization manager is Jimmy Chandler. The company employs approximately 42 people. You can contact the company by phone at (870) 257-2468.
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