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Bells Population: 1,936

Total Males: 1,044
Total Females: 892
Median Household Income: $54,450
Total Households: 623

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Brief Information About Bells


<p>The town of Bells is located in the County of Graysons. Bells has a total area of about 6 sq. km. and is situated 690 ft. above the sea level. Industries related to automobile, computers and real estate serve as the backbone of the local economy. Businesses related to auto body work, auto repairing and maintenance facilities, auto parts and supplies, building contractors, building material suppliers, computer networking agencies, computer software services and computer system designers, contribute to the local economy. Also a substantial number of business oppurtunities are available in house hold cleaning and book keeping services. The local farmers market also makes a positive contribution in the growth and development of the local economy and it helps in the growth and development of a number of businesses related to natural and organic food, tree and plant nurseries, nutrition, and restaurants. A significant part of the local inhabitants also keep themselves engaged in various service oriented jobs like senior services, retirement planning and consultancy services also helps in the positive development of the local economy.</p>




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