Save-A-Lot Food Store

Save-A-Lot Food Store in Searcy, AR
405 N Gum St., Searcy, AR 72143
(501) 268-0266


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405 N Gum St.

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(501) 268-0266

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Chat Osbourn

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Standard industrial classification code: 5411
City / suburb: Searcy, AR
County: White
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According to our records, this business is located at 405 N Gum St. in Searcy (in White County), Arkansas 72143, the location GPS coordinates are: 35.2508638 (latitude), -91.7397383 (longitude). Save-A-Lot Food Store is categorized under Convenience Stores (SIC code 5411). Known organization manager is Chat Osbourn. You can contact the company by phone at (501) 268-0266.
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