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    Home ::: Kentucky ::: Jenkins

    Population: 2425

    Total Males: 1170
    Total Females: 1255
    Median Household Income: $ 26985
    Total Households: 948
    Full U.S. census data is available here.
       

    Business Industries in Jenkins


    Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Jenkins for which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your industry within the list below, adding your business will automatically create it.
    Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems Alternative Medicine Apartments
    Arts & Crafts Shops Athletic Clubs & Organizations Auto Dealers - New Cars
    Auto Dealers - Used Cars Auto Parts & Supplies Auto Renting & Leasing
    Auto Repair & Service Auto Transmissions Auto Wrecking
    Bakers & Bakeries Balloons & Novelties Barbers
    Beauty Salons Brake Service Bridal Shops
    Building Contractors Building Materials Building Materials & Supplies
    Cable Television Companies Cable Television Service Children & Infant Clothing
    Churches Churches & Religious Organizations Cleaners
    Clinics Commercial Printing Computer Consultants
    Computer Networking Computer Software & Services Computer System Designers
    Concrete Concrete Contractors Construction Companies
    Consulates & Foreign Offices Contractors - Equipment & Supplies Convenience Stores
    Department Stores Discount Stores Drug Stores
    Drug Stores & Pharmacies Embassies Factory Outlet Stores
    Florists Flowers Plants & Gifts Fraternal Organizations
    Freight Forwarding Funeral Directors & Homes Furniture - Used
    Garden Centers General Contractors Geriatric Care
    Gifts - All Glass - Auto Plate & Window Golf Courses - Public
    Gourmet Shops Hair Removal Replacement & Products Hardware Stores
    Health & Diet Foods Health Services Heating & Ventilating Contractors
    Home Builders Hospitals Hostels
    Human Services Organizations Industrial & Commercial Machinery Insurance - All
    Laboratories - Medical Laboratories - Testing Libraries
    Machine Shops Metal Military
    Natural & Organic Foods Non-profit Organizations Nurses
    Nursing & Life Care Homes Oil & Lubrication Oils - Fuel
    Paving Contractors Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Pharmaceuticals
    Pharmacies Philanthropy Photographers
    Physical Therapists Physicians & Surgeons Physicians & Surgeons - Emergency Service
    Plumbers Plumbing Contractors Public Libraries
    Public Schools Radio Stations & Broadcasting Companies Real Estate - All
    Real Estate Management Rehabilitation Services Remodeling & Repairing Contractors
    Rental Agencies - Property Restaurants - All Retirement Communities & Homes
    Road Side Services Service Stations Sports Medicine
    Take Out Tanning Salons Television & Radio - Service & Repair
    Television Stations & Broadcasting Cooperatives Theatres - Movie Tourist Attractions & Information
    Truck Dealers - New Truck Dealers - Used Truck Renting & Leasing
    Trucking - Hauling Trucking - Motor Freight Trucking Companies
    Veteran & Military Organizations Welding Women's Clothing


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    Brief Information About Jenkins


    Jenkins is located in Letcher County, Kentucky, USA. It is the birth place of Gary Stewart and Francis Gary Powers.

    The main economic activities include real estate, supplying building materials, computer software and services, photography, welding, retail, insurance, furniture manufacturing, supplying flowers and bakeries.

    Jenkins has got few places of interests like the pound gap, David A. Zegeer Coal-Railroad Museum and Raven Rock Golf Course.

    Also it has art shops, convenience stores, drug stores, public libraries, tanning salons, road side services and public schools as well.

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