Womens Project

Womens Project in Little Rock, AR
2224 Main St., Little Rock, AR 72206
(501) 372-5113


Street address:
2224 Main St.

City / suburb:
Little Rock



ZIP code:

(501) 372-5113

Contact name:
Judy Matsuoka

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Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 8322
Estimated number of employees: 5
Annual sales estimate: 120,000
City / suburb: Little Rock, AR
County: Pulaski
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According to our records, this business is located at 2224 Main St. in Little Rock (in Pulaski County), Arkansas 72206, the location GPS coordinates are: 34.726734 (latitude), -92.274218 (longitude). Womens Project is categorized under Social Service and Welfare Organizations (SIC code 8322). Known organization director is Judy Matsuoka. Current estimates show that the unit has a sales volume of $120,000 and staff of approximately 5 people. You can contact the company by phone at (501) 372-5113.
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