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Laramie Population: 30,728

Total Males: 15,847
Total Females: 14,881
Median Household Income: $36,940
Total Households: 12,592

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Brief Information About Laramie


The city of Laramie is located in the county of Albany. It covers a total area of 46 sq. km. The economy of the city revolves around businesses involved in advertising, aviation, arts and crafts, automotive, construction, manufacturing of chemicals, supplies of clothing accessories, consultancy in computer communication, dealership of computer equipments, courier services, supplies of electric equipments, food delivery services, refinishing and repair of furniture, supplies of fruits and vegetables, contracting in heating and ventilating,     auto insurance, contracting in landscape, dealership in mobile homes, supplies office furniture, real estate consultancy, contracting in remodeling and repairing, supplies of roofing equipments and services and repair of telephone equipments, contribute to the economic development of the city of Laramie.




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