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Business Industries in Smithfield
Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Smithfield 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 Sports - Other
- Beauty Salons
- Beauty Salons Equipment & Supplies
- Building Contractors
- Building Materials
- Building Materials & Supplies
- Cabinet Makers
- Childcare Services & Facilities
- Concrete Contractors
- Construction Companies
- Excavating Contractors
- Fruits & Vegetables
- Garden Centers
- General Contractors
- Grocers & Supermarkets
- Hockey Clubs & Instruction
- Home Builders
- Home Improvements
- Human Services Organizations
- Ice Hockey
- Laboratories - Testing
- Landscape Contractors
- Landscaping Equipment & Supplies
- Masonry Contractors
- Office Furniture & Equipment
- Painting Contractors
- Plumbing Contractors
- Recreation Centers
- Remodeling & Repairing Contractors
- Restaurants - All
- Riding Academies
- Schools - All
- Skateboarding & Rollerblading
- Skating Rinks
Brief Information About Smithfield
Smithfield is a small town situated in Somerset County, ME, USA. It majorly has white population with few African Americans and Native Americans and Asians as well.
The leading economic activities include contracting, supplying, child care services, home building and education and plumbing and hospitality.
It has salons, restaurants, groceries, recreation centers and garden centers as well.
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