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    Home ::: North Carolina ::: Mars Hill

    Population: 2071

    Total Males: 929
    Total Females: 1142
    Median Household Income: $ 40107
    Total Households: 709
    Full U.S. census data is available here.

    Business Industries in Mars Hill

    Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Mars Hill 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.
    Accountants Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems Apartments
    Archery Arthritis Specialists Auto Buyers
    Auto Dealers - New Cars Auto Parts & Supplies Auto Renting & Leasing
    Auto Transmissions Auto Wrecking Banks - All
    Barbers Beauty Salons Equipment & Supplies Bookkeeping Service
    Brake Service Breakfast Restaurants Bridal Shops
    Building Contractors Building Materials Building Materials & Supplies
    Business Consultants Car Financing & Loans Churches
    Churches & Religious Organizations Clinics Construction Companies
    Contact Lenses Cremation Dentists
    Discount Stores Drug Stores Drug Stores & Pharmacies
    Electronic Equipment & Supplies Excavating Contractors Fast Food Restaurants
    Financing Freight Forwarding Funeral Services
    Furniture - Used Furniture Dealers Garden Centers
    General Contractors Geriatric Care Glass - Auto Plate & Window
    Hardware Stores Health Services Home Builders
    Hospitals Hotels & Motels Housing Authorities & Agencies
    Industrial & Commercial Machinery Insurance Insurance - All
    Insurance - Automotive Internet & Online Services Internet Products & Services
    Laboratories - Medical Landscape Contractors Landscaping Equipment & Supplies
    Lawn Mowers Machine Shops Management Consultants
    Manicures & Pedicures Nail Salons Nurses
    Nursing & Life Care Homes Office Furniture & Equipment Oil & Lubrication
    Ophthalmologists Optometrists Physical Therapists
    Physicians & Surgeons Plumbers Plumbing Contractors
    Public Schools Real Estate - All Rehabilitation Services
    Remodeling & Repairing Contractors Rental Agencies - Property Resale Shops
    Restaurants - All Retirement Communities & Homes Retirement Planning Consultants & Services
    Road Side Services Senior Services Sporting Goods
    Sports Medicine Tax Consultants Taxicabs & Transportation Services
    Thrift Shops Tire Dealers Towing
    Truck Dealers - New Truck Dealers - Used Trucking - Dump
    Trucking - Hauling Trucking - Motor Freight Trucking Companies
    Veterinarians Water Damage Restoration Wedding Supplies & Services

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