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    Home ::: Texas ::: Overton

    Population: 1981

    Total Males: 885
    Total Females: 1096
    Median Household Income: $ 32292
    Total Households: 764
    Full U.S. census data is available here.

    Business Industries in Overton

    Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Overton 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 & Heating Alternative Medicine Animal Hospitals & Clinics
    Antiques Arthritis Specialists Arts & Crafts Shops
    Auto Body Work Auto Painting & Repair Auto Parts & Supplies
    Auto Parts - Used & Rebuilt Auto Repair & Service Auto Transmissions
    Auto Wrecking Bakers & Bakeries Balloons & Novelties
    Banks - All Barbers Beauty Salons
    Brake Service Bridal Shops Building Contractors
    Building Materials Building Materials & Supplies Business & Trade Organizations
    Business Consultants Cable Television Companies Cable Television Service
    Car Financing & Loans Cemeteries Chambers of Commerce
    Check Cashing Services Children & Infant Clothing Churches
    Churches & Religious Organizations Cleaners Clinics
    Clothing Clothing Accessories - Other Clubs
    Construction Companies Convenience Stores Cremation
    Department Stores Discount Stores Doughnuts
    Drug Stores Dry Cleaners & Laundries Electric Companies
    Electronic Equipment & Supplies Energy Conservation Engineers Environmental & Ecological Conservation
    Factory Outlet Stores Farm Equipment Fast Food Restaurants
    Financing Fire Departments Flea Markets
    Florists Flowers Plants & Gifts Foods - Carry Out
    Football Clubs & Instruction Formal Wear Freight Forwarding
    Fruits & Vegetables Funeral Directors & Homes Furniture - Used
    Furniture Dealers Garden Centers General Contractors
    General Practice Geriatric Care Gifts - All
    Glass - Auto Plate & Window Golf Courses - Public Golf Equipment & Supplies
    Grocers & Supermarkets Hair Removal Replacement & Products Hardware Stores
    Health & Diet Foods Health Services Heating & Ventilating Contractors
    Herbs & Spices High Schools Home Builders
    Hospitals Housing Authorities & Agencies Industrial & Commercial Machinery
    Insurance - Agents & Brokers Insurance - All Insurance - Life
    Investigators Jewelry Repair Laboratories - Testing
    Libraries Machine Shops Mobile Homes - Dealers
    Monuments & Markers Mortgage Bankers & Correspondents Mortgages
    Natural & Organic Foods Non-profit Organizations Nurses
    Nursing & Life Care Homes Nutritionists Office Furniture & Equipment
    Oil & Lubrication Oils - Fuel Osteopathy
    others Parking Lots Stations & Garages Parks
    Pet Washing & Grooming Philanthropy Physicians & Surgeons
    Police Departments Public Libraries Public Schools
    Real Estate - All Real Estate Loans Rehabilitation Services
    Remodeling & Repairing Contractors Resale Shops Restaurants - All
    Retirement Communities & Homes Retirement Planning Consultants & Services Schools - All
    Security Systems Senior Services Service Stations
    Signs Special Academic Education Sporting Goods
    Swimming Pool Equipment & Supplies Take Out Tanning Salons
    Television & Radio - Service & Repair Thrift Shops Tire Dealers
    Tourist Attractions & Information Towing Truck Repairing & Service
    Trucking - Hauling Trucking - Motor Freight Trucking Companies
    Universities & Colleges Veterinarians Video Tapes & Discs
    Watches - Dealers & Repair Weight Control Services Welding
    Women's Clothing

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