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Northport Flooring America

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661 West Portage Trail Ext
Akron, OH 44313
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Premier Businesses in Akron, OH

Maxim Cleaning Contractors Inc

Maxim Cleaning Contractors Inc

  • • Residential & Commercial
  • • Spring Cleaning & Wall Washing
  • • Move-In/Move-Out, Eviction Cleaning
(330) 633-0625
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Walter Plumbing & Renovation

Walter Plumbing & Renovation

  • • Gas, Water & Drain Work
  • • Water Heaters / Tank & Tankless
  • • Bathrooms, Kitchens & Basements
(330) 388-7622
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Walter Plumbing & Renovation

Walter Plumbing & Renovation

  • • Gas, Water And Drain Work
  • • Same Day Service
  • • Bathrooms, Kitchens & Basements
(330) 388-7622
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Things To Do in Akron, OH

Rosemont Country Club

Rosemont Country Club

The exclusive Rosemont Country Club boasts an unparalleled golf experience. Join this private club (or have a member invite you as a guest) to play this meticulously maintained 18-hole championship course. You’ll need every club in the bag to master this course, filled with subtle doglegs, contoured fairways and bunkers as well as water hazards and even ravines.

(330) 666-1121
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National Hamburger Festival

National Hamburger Festival

Akron is the birthplace of many nationally loved foods like the waffle ice cream cones, caramel corn and, most notable, the hamburger. Celebrate this staple of American cuisine at the National Hamburger Festival in Lock 3 Park. Taste test delicious, original-recipe hamburgers as you listen to music and watch the Miss Hamburger competition.

(716) 565-4141
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Hale Farm & Village

Hale Farm & Village

Located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Hale Farm & Village was originally the homestead of Jonathan Hale in 1825. The current historic property has been developed into a living history museum surrounded by a recreated village called Wheatfield, with first-person narrations, time-frame reenactments and demonstrations about 19th century daily life.

(330) 666-3711
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