Spencer's Short-Stop & Shoe Repair

Spencer's Short-Stop & Shoe Repair

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(918) 272-6651

12210 East 86th Street North

Owasso
,
OK
74055

Spencer's Short-Stop & Shoe Repair is a business providing services in the field of Shoe Repairing. Spencer's Short-Stop & Shoe Repair is located in Owasso, OK on 12210 East 86th Street North.

Spencer's Short-Stop & Shoe Repair telephone number is (918) 272-6651.

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 Shoe Repairing, in Owasso, refers to repairing, fixing and restoring services of broken heels, damaged soles, and a range of other repairing problems in shoes, formal boots, ladies' heels, and other footwear.








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