First Union

First Union in Opa Locka, FL
18601 NW 27th Ave., Opa Locka, FL 33056
(305) 623-4302

Contacts

Street address:
18601 NW 27th Ave.

City / suburb:
Opa Locka

County:
Miami-Dade

State:
Florida

ZIP code:
33056-3106

Phone:
(305) 623-4302

Contact name:
Reynolds Camejo

Contact title:
Manager

GPS Longitude:
-80.2437923

GPS Latitude:
25.9438798

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Banks
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General information

Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 6021
City / suburb: Opa Locka, FL
County: Miami-Dade
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According to our records, this business is located at 18601 NW 27th Ave. in Opa Locka (in Miami-Dade County), Florida 33056, the location GPS coordinates are: 25.9438798 (latitude), -80.2437923 (longitude). First Union is categorized under Banks (SIC code 6021). Known organization manager is Reynolds Camejo. You can contact the company by phone at (305) 623-4302.
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