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    Home ::: Texas ::: Lexington

    Population: 1854

    Total Males: 945
    Total Females: 909
    Median Household Income: $ 46023
    Total Households: 602
    Full U.S. census data is available here.
       

    Business Industries in Lexington


    Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Lexington 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.
    Accounting & Bookkeeping Services Advertising - All Advertising Agencies & Consultants
    Air Conditioning & Heating Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems Alternative Medicine
    Animal Hospitals & Clinics Antiques Arts & Crafts Shops
    Auto Parts & Supplies Auto Repair & Service Auto Wrecking
    Balloons & Novelties Banks - All Barbecue Restaurants
    Barbers Bars & Taverns Beauty Salons
    Book Binders & Book Printers Brake Service Brew Pubs
    Building Contractors Campgrounds Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks
    Camping Equipment Camps Car Financing & Loans
    Carpet & Rug Cleaners Chambers of Commerce Chiropractors
    Churches Churches & Religious Organizations Cleaners
    Clinics Clothing Clothing Accessories - Other
    Clubs Commercial Printing Construction Companies
    Contractors - Equipment & Supplies Convenience Stores Copying & Duplicating Services
    Copying Machines & Supplies Discount Stores Dry Cleaners & Laundries
    Electrical Contractors Electricians Environmental & Ecological Conservation
    Factory Outlet Stores Financing Fruits & Vegetables
    Furniture - Used Furniture Dealers Garden Centers
    Gas - Propane Gas Companies General Contractors
    Gifts - All Glass - Auto Plate & Window Golf Equipment & Supplies
    Greenhouses Grocers & Supermarkets Hair Removal Replacement & Products
    Health Services Heating & Ventilating Contractors High Schools
    Home Builders Home Improvement Centers Hospitals
    Insurance - All Landscape Contractors Landscaping Equipment & Supplies
    Libraries Manicures & Pedicures Mexican Restaurants
    Mortgage Bankers & Correspondents Mortgages Movers
    Nail Salons Night Clubs Non-profit Organizations
    Nurseries Plants & Trees Office Furniture & Equipment Office Supplies
    Oil & Gas Exploration & Development Oils - Fuel Parking Lots Stations & Garages
    Parks Periodicals Publishers Philanthropy
    Physicians & Surgeons Pizza Political Organizations
    Post Offices Printing Services Public Libraries
    Public Schools Publishers - All Real Estate - All
    Real Estate - Commercial & Investment Real Estate Buyers & Brokers Real Estate Lawyers
    Real Estate Loans Recreation Centers Recreational Vehicles
    Remodeling & Repairing Contractors Restaurants - All Road Side Services
    RV Parks & Campgrounds Schools - All Security Systems
    Service Stations Sporting Goods Taxidermy
    Title Insurance - Companies & Agents Tourist Attractions & Information Towing
    Trailer Renting & Leasing Veteran & Military Organizations Veterinarians
    Wines


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