Keo’s Many Diverse Businesses

 

Downtown Businesses within Walking Distance

 

· Morris Antiques located on Highway 232 is the largest antique business in the state and has anything you can imagine and then more.  The phone number is (501) 842-3531 and their website is:  www.morrisantiques.com

· Charlotte’s Eats and Sweets located on Main Street is known all over the country by articles in Southern Living, newspaper articles, radio travel shows.  All emphasize her pies and cakes.  The phone number is (501) 842-2123.

· The Nut House cracks, packages and sends pecans all over the United States.  Call them at (501) 842-2721.

· Lisa’s located on Highway 165 is a unique store with something for everyone.  The phone number is (501) 842-2459.

· Old Gin Antiques, located on Highway 165, has a wonderful selection of antiques and concrete lawn items.  He also does beautiful wood work and furniture repairs. (501) 842-3219

· Goodbar Lamps, located on Main Street, sells and repairs lamps.  Call them at (501) 842+-2423.

· Keo One Stop is our one gas station/mini mart in town.  You can also get quick sandwiches and plate lunches and fried pies for lunch.  (501) 842-0000

· Cole Wildlife 382 Main Street (501) 842-0224

 

Other Businesses not within Walking Distance:

 

· Keo Flying Service is located on Pecan Road and provides aerial crop spraying.  Their phone number is (501) 842-3566

· Keo Fish Farm, located on Highway 165 grows and sells grass carp, bighead carp, striped bass, hybrid striped bass, fathead minnows, golden shiners, white bass, black crappie, bluegill, goldfish, and largemouth bass all over the world.  Contact them at (501) 842-2872

· Keo Water and Sewer — phone (501) 842-3832.

 

 

 

 

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