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					TABLE 1: PERRY COUNTY
                                                       DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

                       Population                                                                                         Estimates
                                                                   1990           2000            2002            2003            2004        2005      2006
Population by Age Group                                            7,969         10,209          10,425          10,388         10,435       10,468    10,411
Under - 20                                                         2,263          2,833           2,844           2,780          2,735        2,678     2,620
     20 - 34                                                       1,567          1,806           1,851           1,848          1,879        1,915     1,911
     35 - 49                                                       1,592          2,245           2,280           2,271          2,282        2,309     2,270
     50 - 64                                                       1,255          1,817           1,885           1,917          1,970        1,979     2,000
     65 - Older                                                    1,292          1,508           1,565           1,572          1,569        1,587     1,610
% Distribution by Age Group
Under - 20                                                              28.4            27.8         27.3          26.8            26.2        25.6      25.2
     20 - 34                                                            19.7            17.7         17.8          17.8            18.0        18.3      10.4
     35 - 49                                                            20.0            22.0         21.9          21.9            21.9        22.1      21.8
     50 - 64                                                            15.7            17.8         18.1          18.5            18.9        18.9      19.2
     65 - Older                                                         16.2            14.8         15.0          15.1            15.0        15.2      15.5
Median Age                                                              36.4            38.0          NA            NA              NA          NA        NA
  N/A - Not Available.
Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Summary File 1, 1990 & 2000 Census of Population & Housing.
U.S. Bureau of the Census, Population Estimates Division, Population Estimates 2002-2006.
Households                                                             1990            2000
     Number                                                            3,109           3,999
     Median Household Income                                         17,626          31,083
     Household Income Distribution
           Under - $35,000                                             2,551           2,232
           $35,000- $49,999                                              329             715
           $50,000 - $74,999                                             163             643
           $75,000 - Above                                                66             409
     N/A - Not Available.
Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census Summary File 3, 1990 & 2000 Census of Population & Housing.
                                                                 1985-1990        1995-2000    2000-2001     2001-2002       2002-2003    2003-2004 2004-2005
Net Migration Last Five Years Available                                  105             774           60            89             -29          60        30
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Summary File 3, 1990 & 2000 Census of Population & Housing; & Components of Population Change
   Workforce Education Attainment (25 Years & Over)               1990            2000
  Total Population 25 Years of Age & Older                             5,226           6,859
     Under 12 Years of Education                                       2,031           1,796
     12 Years Only (High School Diploma or GED)                        2,127           2,843
     Some College                                                        626           1,274
     Associate's Degrees                                                 116             186
  Subtotal: Less than 4-Year Degree                                    4,900           6,099
     Bachelor's Degree                                                   221             521
     Graduate/Professional                                               105             239
  Subtotal: 4-Year Degree or Higher                                      326             760
  Percent High School Graduate or Higher                              61.1%           73.8%
  Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher                                  6.2%           11.1%
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Summary File 3, 1990 & 2000 Census of Population & Housing.
TABLE 2: PERRY COUNTY
                                                        LABOR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS

                      Civilian Labor Force                       1990          2000         2002        2003         2004          2005        2006
  Unemployment Rate Annual Averages
                                                                 8.1%         4.9%          5.9%        6.9%         5.6%          4.8%        5.0%
  (Not Seasonally Adjusted)
Source: Arkansas Department of Workforce Services.
                 Non-Agricultural Employment                               Total Number Employed                    Percent of Total Employed Persons
           Reported by Place of Work (NAICS Code)                2003         2004          2005                     2003          2004        2005
Total (Non-farm employment)                                         2,413         2,477        2,519                  100.00%      100.00%      100.00%
  Forestry, Fishing, & Related                                        (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Mining                                                              (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Utilities                                                           (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Construction                                                        351           363          386                   14.55%        14.65%      15.32%
  Manufacturing                                                       100            99           95                    4.14%         4.00%       3.77%
  Wholesale Trade                                                       17           20           22                    0.70%         0.81%       0.87%
  Retail Trade                                                        267           281          289                   11.07%        11.34%      11.47%
  Transportation & Warehousing                                        (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Information                                                         (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Finance & Insurance                                                   75           74           70                    3.11%         2.99%       2.78%
  Real Estate, Rental, and Leasing                                    (D)            72           78                         -        2.91%       3.10%
  Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services                      (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Management of Companies & Enterprises                                  0            0            0                    0.00%         0.00%       0.00%
  Administrative Support, Waste Management, & Remediation             122           135          147                    5.06%         5.45%       5.84%
  Educational Services                                                 (L)          (L)          (L)                         -             -           -
  Healthcare & Social Assistance                                      228           229          229                    9.45%         9.25%       9.09%
  Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation                                   (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Accommodation & Food Services                                       (D)           (D)          (D)                         -             -           -
  Other Services                                                      310           290          292                   12.85%        11.71%      11.59%
  Government                                                          527           532          536                   21.84%        21.48%      21.28%
  (D) - Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual data.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Information System, 1969-2005, May 2007.
    Resident Employment Reported by Group Occupation             1990             Resident Employment Reported by Group Occupation             2000
Total                                                               3,277 Total                                                                    4,435
  Executive, Administrative, & Managers                               183 Management, Business, & Financial Operations                               488
  Professional Specialities                                           136 Professional & Related                                                     488
  Technician & Related                                                  43 Healthcare Support                                                        135
  Sales                                                               287 Protective Services                                                        132
  Administrative & Clerical                                           370 Food Preparation & Serving Related                                         141
  Private Households                                                    13 Building & Grounds, Cleaning & Maintenance                                234
  Protective Services                                                   48 Personal Care & Service                                                    98
  Other Service                                                       454 Sales & Office                                                           1,026
  Farming, Forestry, & Fishing                                        350 Farming, Fishing, & Forestry                                                69
  Precision Production, Crafts, & Repair                              526 Construction, Extraction, & Maintenance                                    772
  Machine Operators, Assemblers, & Inspectors                         401 Production Occupuation                                                     570
  Transportation & Material Movers                                    271 Transportation & Material Movers                                           282
  Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers, & Laborers                   195
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Summary File 3, 1990 & 2000 Census of Population & Housing
                                                                            1990                        2000

    Travel Time to Work                                            Number          Percent     Number           Percent
  Employed Residents Working Outside County of Residence            1,820     58.3%           3,098     70.7%
    Less than 15 Minutes                                              703     23.0%             742     17.5%
    15 - 29 Minutes                                                   841     27.5%           1,015     24.0%
    Over 30 Minutes                                                 1,519     49.6%           2,472     58.5%
    Mean Travel Time in Minutes                                      28.1        -             36.1        -
                  Labor Participation Rate                            Percent                   Percent
    Male                                                               69.4%                     66.3%
    Female                                                             45.2%                     51.0%
  Total                                                                57.1%                     58.5%
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Summary File 3, 1990 & 2000 Census of Population & Housing
                                                                     2005-2006                 Fall 2006                      Fall 2007
                                                                                   Graduates
                  Education & Labor Force                                                                           Enrollment at Institutions
                                                                  Enrollment         (Spring Enrollment From County
                                                                                                                           in County
                                                                                       2006)
    High School (Public/Private)                                        1,713            103            1,736
    High School Students Enrolling in College*                                                            72
    Community College (Total)                                                                            114
    Four-Year University (Total)                                                                         182
Note: * First-time, Full-time Students enrolling in Public Institutions of Higher Education
Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education, online at: www.arkansashighered.com.
                                                                                                                          Annual Number of       Number of
                       Military Presence                           Civilian Employment          Military Personnel        Military Personnel      Military
                                                                                                                             Discharged          Dependents
  Names of Installations

    None

  Total
Source: Local Chamber of Commerce.
TABLE 3: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                  LEADING EMPLOYERS

     NAICS                              Company                                                   Location
      Code                                                                             City                  County
      61111          Ann Watson Elementary School                                    Bigelow                  Perry
      61111          Bigelow High School                                             Bigelow                  Perry
      61111          Casa School Superintendent                                        Casa                   Perry
      52211          Chart Bank                                                      Perryville               Perry
      92216          Cherry Hill Fire Department                                     Perryville               Perry
      33441          Electronic Fabrication Service                                  Perryville               Perry
      45322          Heifer International                                            Perryville               Perry
      61111          Perry Casa School District                                        Casa                   Perry
      55111          Perry County Bankshares                                         Perryville               Perry
      44511          Perry County Food                                               Perryville               Perry
      62311          Perry County Nursing & Rehabilitation                           Perryville               Perry
      61111          Perryville Elementary School                                    Perryville               Perry
      61111          Perryville High School                                          Perryville               Perry
      72221          Sonic Drive In                                                  Perryville               Perry
      45431          Southern Chips, Inc.                                              Perry                  Perry
      92112          Thornburg Work Center                                           Perryville               Perry
Source: Institute for Economic Advancement, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
TABLE 4: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                      COMPANIES NEW TO THE AREA WITHIN THE LAST THREE YEARS
                                                                 COMPANIES THAT HAVE EXPANDED IN THE AREA WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS

                                                                                            Location                                                               NAIC    Year
        Type & Year                          Company                                                                                 Product/Service   Function1                    Employment Union Affiliation
                                                                                 City                     County                                                    S   Established
New to the Area
  Last Year                     None
  Two Years Ago                 None
  Three Years Ago               None
Expansions/New Facilities
  Last Year                     None
  Two Years Ago                 None
Downsizing/Closing/Layoff
  Last Year                     None
  Two Years Ago                 None
Note: 1 Headquarters, regional office, back office, distribution center, branch manufacturing plant, branch assembly plant, R&D Center
Note: 2 Three Digit NAICS Code
Source: Arkansas Department of Economic Development.
TABLE 5: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                                MILITARY BASE & INSTALLATIONS

                                                                                                 Location                                  Average Number of
                                                                                                                                           Retiring/Separating
                                                                                                                       Total     Total                             Status: on Official
                                                                                                                                          Military Personnel Per
         Base/Installation           Branch of Service   Description of Operations                                    Civilian  Military                              Closing List
                                                                                         City               County                                 Year
                                                                                                                     Personnel Personnel                              (Yes or No)
                                                                                                                                         Occupational Number
                                                                                                                                          Category

  None




Source: Local Chamber of Commerce.
TABLE 6: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                       RESEARCH BASE
                                TOP 50 BASED ON R&D PERSONNEL: PLACES THAT CALL THEMSELVES RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTERS

                                                                Location                        Affiliation                           Annual            Employment
                                                                                                                      Research
                    Name of Center                                                    (e.g., Corporate, Non-Profit,                  Funding         R&D        Total
                                                         City              County                                     Specialty
                                                                                      University, Government, etc.)               (If Available)   Personnel Employees

  None




Source: Local Chamber of Commerce Office.
TABLE 7: PERRY COUNTY
                                             HIGHER EDUCATION RESOURCES: FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTIONS

                                                                                                            Enrollment (Fall 2006) On-Campus
                                                            Location                                                               Under Graduate   Graduate
         Name of Institution                                                                   Total      Full-Time  Part-Time
                                                 City                     County                                                     Full-Time      Full-Time

  None




Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education, Enrollment in Institutions of Higher Education, online at: http://www.arkansashighered.com.
TABLE 7a: PERRY COUNTY
                                                          HIGHER EDUCATION RESOURCES: FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTIONS

                                                                                                                      Annual Graduates
Institution          Degree/Certificate                                   Program (CIP Code)              2000   2001      2002        2003

 None




Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education, Degrees & Other Formal Awards Conferred.
OURCES: FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTIONS

                                 Annual Graduates
                                                    2004




ed.
TABLE 8: PERRY COUNTY
                                            HIGHER EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES: TWO-YEAR COLLEGES

                                                                                          Enrollment (Fall 2006) On-Campus
                   Name of Institution                                         Location                                        Enrollment
                                                                     City                    County                Total       Full-Time    Part-Time

 None




Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education, Degrees & Other Formal Awards Conferred, online at: http://www.arkansashighered.com
TABLE 8a: PERRY COUNTY
                                                      HIGHER EDUCATION RESOURCES: TWO-YEAR INSTITUTIONS

                                                                                                                                        Annual Graduates
Institution        Degree/Certificate                               Program (CIP Code)
                                                                                                                    2000         2001        2002        2003   2004

 None




Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education, Degrees & Other Formal Awards Conferred, online at: http://www.arkansashighered.com.
TABLE 9: PERRY COUNTY
                                                      VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL CENTER RESOURCES

                                               Location               Enrollment
        Name of Institution                                                             Program Name   Program Completers   Placement Rate
                                        City              County        Total

 None




Source: Arkansas Workforce Education.
TABLE 10: PERRY COUNTY
                                                  LATEST YEAR'S PAYROLL COSTS BY INDUSTRY

                                                                                                       2005
                              Major Industry
                                                                      Salaries ($000s)    Employees         Average Salary1     Establishments
  Total                                                                          13,638               640            $21,309                115
Agri., Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting                                                   0                 0                   -                  1
Mining                                                                                0                 0                   -                  2
Utilities                                                                             0                 0                   -                  2
Construction                                                                      2,029                68            $29,838                 20
Manufacturing                                                                         0                 0                   -                  3
Wholesale Trade                                                                       0                 0                   -                  1
Retail Trade                                                                      2,356               160            $14,725                 20
Transportation & Warehousing                                                          0                 0                   -                  3
Information                                                                           0                 0                   -                  2
Finance & Insurance                                                                   0                 0                   -                  7
Real Estate & Rental & Leasing                                                      366                12            $30,500                   7
Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services                                        0                 0                   -                  6
Admin. & Support & Waste Mgmt. & Remediation Services                                 0                 0                   -                  6
Educational Services                                                                  0                 0                   -                  2
Health Care & Social Assistance                                                   3,124               162            $19,284                 15
Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation                                                     0                 0                   -                  1
Accommodation & Food Services                                                         0                 0                   -                  5
Other Services (except Public Administration)                                         0                 0                   -                11
Unclassified                                                                          0                 0                   -                  1


  (D) - Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual data.
Note: 1 Total Wages Paid Divided by Number of Employees
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2005 County Business Patterns.
TABLE 11: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                    AVERAGE SALARY BY SELECTED OCCUPATION
                                                                                   MAY 2006

                                                                                                   Estimated           Mean                Entry Level               Median
Occupation Code                                    Occupation
                                                                                                  Employment    Hourly      Annual      Hourly     Annual      Hourly     Annual
     00-0000       Total all occupations                                                                1,210     $12.42      $25,835      $6.52     $13,562      $9.87     $20,538
     11-0000       Management Occupations                                                                  40     $26.30      $54,711     $12.20     $25,368     $24.81     $51,607
     17-0000       Architecture and Engineering Occupations                                                20     $16.27      $33,844      $8.67     $18,038     $13.27     $27,593
     21-0000       Community and Social Services Occupations                                               20     $17.47      $36,339     $10.27     $21,358     $18.78     $39,060
     29-0000       Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                                      30     $17.82      $37,060      $9.74     $20,257     $15.22     $31,656
     35-0000       Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations                                        90      $7.16      $14,892      $5.96     $12,406      $6.55     $13,621
     35-2012       Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                                      N/A       $7.74      $16,109      $6.05     $12,586      $7.14     $14,853
     37-0000       Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations                               40      $8.43      $17,534      $6.02     $12,517      $7.98     $16,607
     39-0000       Personal Care and Service Occupations                                                 N/A       $6.28      $13,063      $5.95     $12,373      $6.33     $13,167
     41-0000       Sales and Related Occupations                                                          130      $9.40      $19,543      $5.80     $12,066      $7.91     $16,449
     41-2011       Cashiers                                                                              N/A       $6.38      $13,269      $5.80     $12,065      $6.37     $13,248
     43-0000       Office and Administrative Support Occupations                                          170     $10.57      $21,976      $6.96     $14,474      $9.24     $19,227
     43-1011       First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers            10     $13.27      $27,609     $10.10     $21,004     $10.97     $22,825
     43-4051       Customer Service Representatives                                                        30      $8.19      $17,044      $5.94     $12,353      $8.08     $16,810
     43-5052       Postal Service Mail Carriers                                                            10     $19.00      $39,523     $14.34     $29,832     $17.00     $35,360
     43-6014       Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive                                     N/A       $9.41      $19,582      $6.61     $13,743      $8.78     $18,255
     43-9061       Office Clerks, General                                                                N/A       $8.05      $16,748      $7.16     $14,897      $7.88     $16,400
     47-0000       Construction and Extraction Occupations                                                 60     $10.40      $21,632      $7.53     $15,665     $10.40     $21,640
     49-0000       Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                                       40     $21.31      $44,316     $13.89     $28,897     $23.15     $48,162
     51-0000       Production Occupations                                                                  70     $11.02      $22,918      $7.45     $15,488      $9.21     $19,155
     53-0000       Transportation and Material Moving Occupations                                          90      $9.00      $18,728      $6.10     $12,690      $7.62     $15,850
N/A - Not Applicable.
Source: Arkansas Department of Workforce Services, May 2006 Occupational-Career Information.
TABLE 12: PERRY COUNTY
                                 WORKERS' COMPENSATION & UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

Workers' Compensation Insurance
  Average Cost for All Manufacturing per $100 of Payroll     There is a separate rate for each type of manufacturing industry.
  Average Rate for Office Workers (8810)                                                             $.24 per $100 of payroll.
  Maximum Weekly Benefit                                                                                                $425
Unemployment Insurance
  Taxable Base                                                                                                       $10,000
  Percentage Rate                                                                                                        N/A
  Average Among Existing Employers                                                                                       N/A
  Statutory Percentage for New Employers                                                                                3.7%
  Maximum Weekly Benefit                                                                                               $382
  N/A - Not Available.
Source: Arkansas Department of Workforce Services.
TABLE 13: PERRY COUNTY
                                       LABOR - MANAGEMENT RELATIONS

  Is Arkansas a Right-to-Work State?                               Yes, Guaranteed by State Constitution
  Percent of Workforce Organized
     All Workers                                                    Not Available for AR       Union Members
     Manufacturing                                                  Not Available for AR       Represented by Unions
Union Elections - Companies w/50 or more Employees, Last 5 Years          Number
  Number & Percent Won by Unions in Manufacturing                  None
  Number & Percent Won by Unions in Distribution                   None
  Number & Percent Won by Unions in F.I.R.E.                       None
  Number & Percent Won by Unions in All Sectors                    None
Union Elections - Companies w/50 or more Employees (Listing by Company, Last 5 Years)
  Company Name                                                     None
  Union Involved
  Industry NAICS Code
  Date
  Number of Votes For Union
  Number of Votes Against Union
Strikes & Work Stoppages                                                              Last Five Years
  Number                                                           None
  Average Duration
Strikes by Company                                                  Last Five Years Including 50 or More Employees
  Company Name                                                     None
  Industry NAICS Code
  Union Involved
  Number of Striking Workers
  Duration of Strike
  Strike Called by National or Local Union
Source: National Labor Relations Board.
TABLE 14: PERRY COUNTY
                                                             TRANSPORTATION

                                                         Major Highways Linking Area
 Interstate                                                       None
 Limited Access, Four-Lane
    U.S.                                                          None
    State                                                         None
    County                                                        None
 Improved Two-Lane
    U.S.                                                          None
    State                                                         State Highways 9, 10, & 60
    County                                                        None
Note: If not directly linked by an interstate or limited access four lane highway, distance from community to nearest interstate highway
                                                           Nearest Interstate Highway
 Number (e.g., I-25)                                              I-30 / I-40
 Distance
    Miles                                                         41 miles, Benton / 13 miles, Morrilton
    Direction                                                     South / North
                                                   Nearest Limited Access Four-Lane Highway
 Number (e.g., U.S. 25)                                           64
 Distance
    Miles                                                         13 miles, Morrilton
    Direction                                                     North
    Source: Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department
                                               Distance in Miles to the Five Nearest Metro Areas
 Metro Area                                                                                            Miles
    1. Memphis                                                                                         180
    2. Oklahoma City                                                                                   300
    3. Dallas/Ft. Worth                                                                                350
    4. Kansas City Mo.                                                                                 390
    5. St. Louis                                                                                       450
    Source: MapQuest
                                                             Motor Carriers/Trucks
 Number of Common Carriers Serving the Area                       0
 Number of Common Carriers with Local Terminals                   0
                                                           Railroads (by Rail Carrier)
 Name                                                             Little Rock & Western Railroad
 Main or Branch Line                                              Main
 Shortline or National                                            National
 Nearest Switching Yard in Miles                                  Little Rock
                                                              Commercial Airport
 Name                                                                  Little Rock National Airport              Hot Springs Memorial Field
 Hub Status                                                       No                                        No
 Distance from the Community in Miles                             62                                        55
 Hours of Operation                                               24/7 flights 5:45 - midnight              5:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. with 24 hr. call
 Number of Runways                                                3                                         2
 Runway Lengths                                                   7,210 Ft., 8,270 Ft., & 5,124 Ft.         6,000 Ft. & 4,100 Ft.
 Carriers Serving Airport
    Passenger                                                     American Eagle                            Big Sky Airlines
                                                                  Continental
                                                                  Delta/Delta Connection
                                                                  Frontier Airlines
                                                                  Northwest/Northwest Airlink
                                                                  Southwest
                                                                  U.S. Airways
    Charter                                                       Central Flying Service                    Airborne Flying Services
                                                                  Omni Air Charter                          James Flying Services
                                                                  Air Charter Express                       Airlift Transport
                                                                  Centrion, L.L.C.
                                                              Commercial Airport
    Air Cargo                                                   United Parcel Service                     Airborne Flying Services
                                                                Federal Express                           James Flying Services
                                                                Emory Air Freight                         Airlift Transport
                                                                Air Transport International
                                                                Airborne Express
                                                                D.H.L.
  Approved Capital Expansion Plan                               Yes                                        Yes
  Approved New Service by Carrier (Carrier & Start Date)        Not Approved                               Not Approved
  Total Number of Daily Non-Stops to All Cities Served          67                                         6
    Atlanta                                                     5
    Baltimore/Washington                                        1
    Chicago - Midway                                            1
    Chicago - O'Hare                                            11
    Cincinatti                                                  3
    Dallas/Forth Worth                                          11
    Dallas - Love Field                                         7
    Denver                                                      2
    Detroit                                                     1
    Houston - Bush                                              7
    Houston - Hobby                                             1
    Kansas City                                                 1
    Las Vegas                                                   1
    Memphis                                                     3
    Minneapolis/St. Paul                                        1
    New York - Newark                                           1
    Orlando                                                     1
    Phoenix                                                     1
    Salt Lake City                                              1
    St. Louis                                                   4
    Charlotte                                                   3
  Flights to Six Largest Cities Served                                 Daily Non-stop Flights                      Daily Non-stop Flights
    1. New York                                                 1                                          None
    2. Chicago - O'Hare                                         11                                         None
    3. Houston - Bush                                           7                                          None
    4. Dallas/Fort Worth                                        11                                         1
    5. St. Louis                                                4                                          None
    6. Cincinatti                                               3                                          None
  Number of Days Closed due to Inclement Weather in the
                                                                N/A                                        N/A
  Last 3 Years
Source: Federal Aviation Administration
                                              Distance to the Nearest General Aviation Airport
  Name                                                          Morrilton Municipal Airport
  Location/City                                                 City of Morrilton
  Driving Distance from the Community in Miles                  14
  Number of Runways                                             1
  Runway Lengths                                                4,000 ft.
  Full Instrument Landing Capabilities                          No
  Hours of Operation                                            8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  Number of Days Closed due to Inclement Weather in the
                                                                N/A
  Last 3 Years
Source: http://www.airnav.com/airports.
                                                                     Ports
  Nearest Port                                                  Little Rock Port Authority
  River, Lake, or Ocean                                         Arkansas River
  Channel Depth                                                 9 Feet, Guaranteed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
                                                                The River Dock facilities accommodate all barge traffic plus through traffic. The
  Turning Basin                                                 Slackwater Harbor facilities accommodate all barge traffic and include a turning
                                                                basin for return traffic.
  Barging Facilities                                            All types of barges can be handled at either dock.
                                                                      Ports
                                                                 Rail, truck, and barge cargoes can be handled on a general cargo basis from both
  General Cargo Facilities
                                                                 dock facilities. General cargo storage is available.
  Containerized Facilities                                       Truck/rail, truck/barge, and rail/barge combinations can all be accommodated.
                                                                 10 acres of outside storage facilities are available. Over 200,000 square feet of
  Storage Facilities
                                                                 inside storage facilities are available for general cargo.
  Highways Serving Port                                          I-440 direct serves the Port, connecting with I-30, I-40, I-430, I-530, & I-630.
                                                                 Burlington Northern Sante Fe uses the Port of Little Rock as their
                                                                 switching/storage yard, with service 6 days a week. Union Pacific serves the
  Railways Serving Port
                                                                 Port of Little Rock yard 5 days a week. Little Rock Port Authority Railroad has
                                                                 its own yard & provides service 6 days a week.
                                                                 Most national forwarders do busines with the Port of Little Rock. Two have
  Number of Freight Forwarders Serving Area
                                                                 offices nearby.
                                                                 Most national Import/Export Brokers do business with the Port of Little Rock.
  Number of Import/Export Brokers Serving Area
                                                                 Two have offices nearby.
                                                                 FedEx, FedEx Ground, United Parcel Service, Emory Air Freight, & others have
  Number of International Courier Firms Serving Area             terminals adjacent to the Port of Little Rock, or less than 1 mile away at the Little
                                                                 Rock National Airport.
Source: Little Rock Port Authority
                                                         Foreign Trade Zones in Area
                                                                Little Rock Foreign Trade Zone (With Statewide authority & sub-zone across
  Designation
                                                                Arkansas).
  Number                                                        14
  Site/Location                                                 8500 Lindsey Road (In the Port of Little Rock Industrial Park)
                                                                General Purpose Zone is 8 acres plus 125,000 square feet. Authorized acreages
  Number of Acres                                               include all of the Port of Little Rock area (approximately 1,000 acres), & land at
                                                                the nearby Little Rock National Airport.
  Operator                                                      Little Rock Port Authority
Source: Little Rock Port Authority
                                                       Custom Port of Entry in the Area
  Name                                                         Little Rock Port Authority & the Little Rock National Airport
                                                               Port Authority, 7500 Lindsey Road
  Site Location
                                                               Little Rock National Airport, One Airport Drive
Source: Little Rock Port Authority
                                                              Warehouses
  Number of Bonded Warehouses in the Area                    0
  Number of Public Warehouses in the Area                    0
Source: Little Rock Port Authority
                              Overnight Express Service Availability
  Federal Express                                            Yes, from Little Rock
  UPS                                                        Yes, from Little Rock
  Airborne                                                   Yes, from Little Rock
                              Overnight Express Service Availability
  DHL                                                        Yes, from Little Rock
  United States Post Office                                  Main Post Office in City of Perryville
    N/A - Not Available.
Source: Local Chamber of Commerce.
TABLE 15: PERRY COUNTY
                                              TAXATION

            Corporate Income Tax/Franchise Tax                          State              Local
 Rate (range)
  First $3,000 of net income                                   1.0%                      None
  Next $3,000 of net income                                    2.0%                      None
  Next $5,000 of net income                                    3.0%                      None
  Next $14,000 of net income                                   5.0%                      None
  Next $75,000 of net income, not to exceed $100,000           6.0%                      None
  On net income exceeding $100,000                             6.5%                      None
                                                               Only used when multiple
 Formula (e.g., Sales, Property & Payroll)                                               None
                                                               states are involved.
 Federal Taxes Deductible                                      No                        None
 Accelerated Depreciation Permitted                            No                        None
 Franchise Tax                                                 $150 Minimum              None
                      Personal Income Tax                                 State            Local
 Rate (Range)
   On the first $2,999 of net income or any part thereof       1.0%                      None
   On the next $3,000 of net income or any part thereof        2.5%                      None
   On the next $3,000 of net income or any part thereof        3.5%                      None
   On the next $6,000 of net income or any part thereof        4.0%                      None
   On the next $10,000 of net income or any part thereof       6.0%                      None
   On net income of $25,000 and above                          7.0%                      None
 Earned Income                                                 None
 Unearned Income (e.g., Dividend)                              None
          Local Occupation Tax (Paid by Employee)                 Rate
 City Residents                                                   None
 Non-City Residents                                               None
             Local Wage Tax (Paid by Employer)                    Rate
 City Residents                                                   None
 Non-City Residents                                               None
                 Gross Receipts Tax Rate by Type of Business
 Not Available by Law
                       Sales/Use Tax Rate                      Perryville
 State                                                           6.00%
 Local                                                           1.00%
 County                                                        None
 Total                                                           7.00%
                    Sales Tax Rate by Utility                     State
 Electric Power                                                  6.00%
 Natural Gas                                                     6.00%
 Fuel Oil                                                        6.00%
 Water                                                           6.00%
 Sewer                                                           0.00%
 Hazardous Waste Disposal                                        0.00%
            Telephone Sales Tax Rates (State & Local Combined)
 Local Area                                                      6.00%
 Long Distance In-State                                          6.00%
 Long Distance Out of State                                      6.00%
      Machinery & Equipment Subject to Sales/Use Tax           Yes or No
 Production                                                        Yes
 Non-Production                                                    Yes
 Pollution Control                                                 Yes
 Office Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment                           Yes
                         Sales/Use Tax on:                    Yes or No
  Office Building Construction Materials                          Yes
  Industrial Building Construction Materials                      Yes
  Manufacturers' Raw Materials                                    Yes
  Standard Software                                               Yes
  Custom Software                                                 Yes
           Real Property Tax Rates for Jurisdictions
                                                              Perryville
             Featuring Major Employment Centers
  City Millage                                                0.0020
  County Millage                                              0.0079
  School Millage                                              0.03498
  Special District Millage                                    -
  Total Millage                                               0.04488
  Assessment Ratio as a Percentage                               20%
  Effective Rate per $100                                     $0.08976
    Personal Property Tax Rates per $100 for Jurisdictions
                                                              Perryville
             Featuring Major Employment Centers
  City Millage                                                0.0020
  County Millage                                              -
  School Millage                                              -
  Special District Millage                                    -
  Total Millage                                               0.0020
  Assessment Ratio                                               20%
  Effective Rate per $100                                     $0.0400
                   State Property Tax Effective Rate per $100
  Real Property (land and/or building)                        0.9636 1
  Personal Property (machinery and/or equipment)              0.9526 1
       1
Note: Average rate for all counties.
                Subject to Personal Property Tax              Yes or No
  Production Machinery & Equipment                                Yes
  Non-Production Machinery & Equipment                            Yes
  Pollution Control                                               Yes
  Inventory
    Raw Materials                                                 Yes
    Work in Progress                                              Yes
    Finished Goods                                                Yes
  Freeport Legislation
    Applicable to Warehousing                                     Yes
    Applicable to Manufacturing                                   Yes
    Goods Stored in a Public Warehouse                            Yes
    City/County Option to Allow Freeport                          Yes
  Office Furniture & Fixtures
    Computer Equipment                                            Yes
    Workstations                                                  Yes
    Telephones                                                    Yes
    Furniture                                                     Yes
  Company Vehicles                                                Yes
  Standard Software                                               Yes
  Custom Software                                                 Yes
Source: Arkansas Legislative Tax Handbook & Department of Finance and Administration, Assessment
TABLE 16: PERRY COUNTY
                                           OCCUPANCY/SUPPLY

                                                     Business Parks
  Industrial                                        None
  Office                                            *
  Research                                          *
  Mixed Use                                         *
  Number of Fully Serviced Freestanding Sites       *
  Ten-Plus Acres of Industrial Zoned                *
  Five-Plus Acres of Office Zoned                   *
                                  Average Cost Per Acre for Fully Developed Sites
  Industrial                                        *
  Office                                            *
                              Average Asking Rents for Gross Rental Per Square Foot
  Class A Office, CBD                               *
  Class B Office, CBD                               *
  Class C Office, CBD                               *
  Warehouse, Non-CBD                                *
  Industrial, Non-CBD                               *
                                            Vacancy Rates as a Percentage
  Class A Office, CBD                               *
  Class B Office, CBD                               *
  Class C Office, CBD                               *
  Warehouse, Non-CBD                                *
  Industrial, Non-CBD                               *
                                 Name of Buildings Available by Size in Square Feet
  Less than 25,000                                  See Site Locator
        25 - 49,999
        50 - 99,999
      100 - 149,999
      150 - 199,999
      200 - 249,999
  250,000 or Higher
  Applicable Building Code
  * Please contact local developer for specific information.
Source: Local Chamber of Commerce
TABLE 17: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                     UTILITIES

                                                                  Water & Sewer
                                                                 Water Availability
  Major Source                                                         South Fourche Project #7
  Storage Capacity
  Pumping Capacity                                                       2.0 mil gpd
  Peak Consumption                                                       1.4 mil gpd
  Surplus Capacity

                                                                  Water Treatment
  Name of Provider                                                     City of Perryville
  Rated Capacity (mgd)                                                 2.0 mil gpd
  Average Daily Demand (mgd)                                           0.756 mil gpd
  Peak Demand (mgd)                                                    1.4 mil gpd
  Chemical Breakdown of Water                                          meets ADH standards
  Cost per 1,000 Gallons                                               $2.14
  Water Connection Fee                                                 $285
                                                                  Sewer Treatment
  Name of Provider                                                     City of Perryville
  Type of Service                                                      Natural Oxidation Lagoon
  Rated Capacity (mgd)
  Average Daily Demand (mgd)
  Peak Demand (mgd)                                                     1.2 mil gpd
  Cost per 1,000 Gallons                                                Based on water usage
  Sewer Connection Fee                                                  $125
                                                                   Electric Power
  Name of Company                                                       First Electric
  Communities Served                                                    Perryville
  Company-Net Importer or Exporter of Power                             Importer
  Percent of Reserve Margin Including Generation & Net Purchases
  Name of Power Pool Membership
  State Electric Power Deregulated (yes or no, if yes provide date of fully
  effective deregulation)
                                                                 Average Cost per kWh (cents)
                                                                                    Small                 Medium                        Large
                                                                               28% Load Factor         28% Load Factor             28% Load Factor
Industrial Low Load Factor                                                  150 kW & 30,000 kWh     500 kW & 100,000 kWh       1,000 kW & 200,000 kWh


                                                                               Small                      Medium                        Large
                                                                           92% Load Factor             90% Load Factor             90% Load Factor
Industrial High Load Factor                                             150 kW & 100,000 kWh        500 kW & 300,000 kWh       1,000 kW & 650,000 kWh


                                                                               Small                      Medium                       Large
                                                                           41% Load Factor             41% Load Factor             41% Load Factor
Commercial Low Load Factor                                              100 kW & 30,000 kWh         300 kW & 90,000 kWh         500 kW & 150,000 kWh


                                                                               Small                      Medium                       Large
                                                                           50% Load Factor             70% Load Factor             50% Load Factor
Commercial High Load Factor                                             100 kW & 36,000 kWh         300 kW & 150,000 kWh        500 kW & 180,000 kWh


                                                                     Natural Gas
  Name of Provider                                                      Center Point Energy (Please contract local provider for specific Information)
  Average Cost for Industrial Users ($ per mcf)                         Contact Greg Strickland 501-377-4791
  Firm Contract Rates                                                   Contact Greg Strickland 501-377-4791
  Interruptible Service Rates                                           Contact Greg Strickland 501-377-4791
                                                                Telecommunications
  Number of Local Service Providers                                     N/A
  Number of Long Distance Service Providers                             AT&T
  Number of Internet Service Providers                                  N/A
  Central Offices of Local Service Providers                            N/A
  Name of Office                                                              City         County         Address
    N/A                                                                 N/A          N/A            N/A
  Location                                                              N/A          N/A            N/A
  Service Characteristics of the Office                                 N/A          N/A            N/A
  Switch Technology (Digital or Analog)                                 N/A
  Fiber Service Provided                                                N/A
  Monitored Remotely or On-Site                                         N/A
  ISDN Available from this Switch                                       N/A
  ADS2 Available from this Switch                                       N/A
  DSL Available from this Switch                                        N/A
  Central Office on Self-Healing Fiber Ring                             N/A
  Dual Feed from 2 Separate Switching Offices Likely Available          N/A
                       Points of Presence (POPs) of Long Distance Carriers
  Carrier                                                                     City         County         Address
    N/A                                                                 N/A          N/A            N/A
  Microwave or Hardwire                                                 N/A
  Dual Fiber Fee from the Central Switching Office of the Local
                                                                        N/A
  Exchange Carrier
  Diverse Routing Available                                             N/A
  N/A - Not Available.
Source: Local Chamber of Commerce.
TABLE 18: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL

                                   Area in Attainment for Federal Air Pollution Regulations                                      If no, degree of exceedence & any anticipated change
 Carbon Monoxide                                                 No                                                                               No anticipated change
 Lead                                                            Yes
 Nitrogen Dioxide                                                Yes
 Ozone                                                           Yes
 Particular Matter                                               Yes
 Sulfur Dioxide                                                  Yes
                                                       Average Permit Approval Time From Date of Completed Routine Application
 Air Permit                                                      3 months for minor, 6 months for major
 Water Permit                                                    3 months for State Permit, 6 months for NPDES permit
 Hazardous Waste Permit                                          5 Years for Part B Permit
        Nearest Licensed Hazardous Waste Disposal Site                        Name of Site                          City          Mileage from Service Area               Class
                                                                 Reynolds Metals                            Arkadelphia          82                           C - Active landfill
                                                                                                                                                              Non-active landfill,
                                                                Rineco Chemical Industries             Benton                    41
                                                                                                                                                              transport to Ash Grove
                                                                                                                                                              Non-active landfill,
                                                                Teris LLC dba ENSCO                    El Dorado                 162
                                                                                                                                                              transport out-of-state
                                                                                                                                                              C, waste incinerated and
                                                                Ash Grove Cement Co                    Foreman                   214
                                                                                                                                                              put in solid waste landfill
 Number of Licensed Hazardous Waste Haulers Serving the Area   N/A
                        Landfill Location(s)                   Capacity Remaining at Current Site(s)   Plans for New Capacity
  Perry County Landfill Class 4 0264-S                         68,485 cyds                              Yes
                        Contact Information                              Name of Agency                        Address               Telephone Number               Fax Number
  Air Quality                                                  ADEQ                                     8001 National Drive      1-888-682-2532                 501-682-0753
  Water Quality                                                ADEQ                                     8001 National Drive      1-888-682-2532                 501-682-0910
  Hazardous Waste                                              ADEQ                                     8001 National Drive      1-888-682-2532                 501-682-0565
  N/A - Not Available.
Source: Local Chamber of Commerce.
TABLE 19: PERRY COUNTY
                                             LARGEST CITIES IN THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT

                               City Government                                             Perryville
  Form or Structure, such as Mayor/Council                                         Mayor/Council
  Number of Elected Officials                                                      8
  Mayor
    Name                                                                           James McElroy
    Years in Office                                                                Appointed 4/01/2005
    Next Election Date                                                             2010
    City Manager                                                                   No
                              County Government                                               Perry
  Form or Structure, such as County Commission                                     County Judge/Quorum Court
  Number of Elected Officials                                                      15
  Top Elected Officials
    Name                                                                           True J. Robinson
    Title                                                                          County Judge
    Years in Office                                                                First Elected in 2002
    Next Election Date                                                             2008
    County Manager                                                                 No
                                                                   State Government
  Form or Structure, such as Assembly and Senate                                   N/A
  Number of Elected Officials                                                      135
  Upper House Representing Area                                                    N/A
  Total Statewide Upper House                                                      35
  Lower House Representing Area                                                    N/A
  Total Statewide Lower House                                                      100
  How often does the legislature convene?                                          Every Two Years
                                                                       Governor
  Name                                                                             Mike Beebe
  Years in Office                                                                  First elected 2006
  Current Term Expiration Date                                                     2010
  Allowed to Run for Another Term                                                  Yes
  Next Election Date                                                               2010
                                                           U.S. Government Representation
  Congressional Districts Listed by District Number in the Service Area            2nd Congressional District
                                                       U.S. Congresspersons Serving the Area
  Name                                                                             Vic Snyder
  Years in Office                                                                  First elected in 1996
  Current Term Expiration Date                                                     2008
  Next Election Date                                                               2008
                                                                     U.S. Senators
  Name                                                                             Blanche Lincoln              Mark Pryor
  Years in Office                                                                  First elected in 1998        First elected in 2002
  Current Term Expiration Date                                                     2010                         2008
  Next Election Date                                                               2010                         2008
  N/A - Not Available.
Source: Data from government offices.
TABLE 20: PERRY COUNTY
                         INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES




                              See Pulaski County
TABLE 21: PERRY COUNTY
                                                                        QUALITY-OF-LIFE

                                                                               Climate
                                                          (Local Climatological Data: Little Rock, AR 2004)
Average Daily Temperature                                                                       Mean Daily Maximum     Mean Daily Minimum     High/Low
  For July (30 Yrs, 1971-2000)                                                                92.8                      72                  112/54
  For January (30 Yrs, 1971-2000)                                                             49.5                      30.8                83/-4
  Annual Average Temperature (30 Yrs, 1971-2000)                                              72.7                      51.5                112/-12
  Rainfall in Inches (30 Yrs, 1971-2000)                                                      50.93 (Mean for Years)    0                   8.81/00
  Snowfall in Inches (30 Yrs, 1971-2000)                                                      4.3 (Mean for Years)      0                   13.6/0
  Annual Average Wind Speed in Miles per Hour (2004)                                          7.8
  Annual Number of Days Sunny or Partly Sunny (2004)                                          218.7
  Elevation (Mean Feet Above Sea Level)                                                       Range 222-257
  N/A - Not Available.
Source: NOAA, National Climatic Data Center, Local Climatological Data, Annual Summary 2004
Personal Income Tax (in Ranges)                                                          Rate Range
  State
     Earned Income                                                    None
     Unearned Income                                                  None
  Local
     Earned Income                                                    None
     Unearned Income                                                  None
            Local Occupation Tax ( Paid by Employee)                    Rate Range                     Basis
  City Residents                                                      None
  Non-City Residents                                                  None
                                                          Sales Tax
  Major Exemptions                                                    Contact local developer
  State Rate                                                          6.0%
  Local Rate                                                          Contact local developer
                                                                    Education
                                                                    Center City District          Suburban District     Suburban District
        Central City & Selected Suburban School Districts
                                                                      None                   East End                   Perryville
  K-5 School Enrollment (2006 - 2007)                                                        678                        453
  6-12 School Enrollment (2006 - 2007)                                                       320                        523
  Spending per Student (2005 AR School Performance Reports)                                  $6,823.00                  $6,040.00
  Total Instructional Expenditures (2004 - 2005 ASR)                                         $3,021,113.00              $3,657,810.00
  Total Student Teacher Ratio (2006 - 2007)                                                  9.16                       11.50
     Elementary School Student Teacher Ratio (2006 - 2007)                                   9.68                       13.05
     Secondary School Student Teacher Ratio (2006 - 2007)                                    8.65                       10.25
  7th Grade Standard Achievement Test Results
     2005 Iowa Test of Basic Skills Scores - National Percentile
                                                                                             52                         58
     Rank, Math
     2005 Iowa Test of Basic Skills Scores - National Percentile
                                                                                             56                         58
     Rank, Comprehension
  A.C.T.
     Percent of Students Taking the Test                                                     N/A                        N/A
     Average Score (2005 AR School Performance Reports)                                      19                         20
  S.A.T.
     Percent of Students Taking the Test                                                     N/A                        N/A
     Average Score                                                                           N/A                        N/A
  Number of Merit Scholarships                                                               N/A                        N/A
  Semifinalists                                                                              N/A                        N/A
  Finalists                                                                                  N/A                        N/A
  Ratio of Merit Scholarships per 100 Graduating Seniors                                     N/A                        N/A
     Semifinalists                                                                           N/A                        N/A
     Finalists                                                                               N/A                        N/A
  Percent of High School Seniors Attending College                                           N/A                        N/A
  Entering the Labor Market                                                              N/A                            N/A
  Mandatory Competency Testing for High School Graduation                                N/A                            N/A
  If Yes, Percent of Students Passing on First Attempt                                   N/A                            N/A
  Science & Technology Magnet Schools                                                    N/A                            N/A
  Specialized High Schools                                                               N/A                            N/A
  Technical Preparation Programs                                                         N/A                            N/A
  Occupational Clusters or Career Pathways                                               N/A                            N/A
  Vocational High Schools                                                                N/A                            N/A
  Private Schools
      Number of Schools (2005 - 2006)                                                    0                              0
      Total Enrollment (2005 - 2006)                                                     N/A                            N/A
      Average Annual Tuition                                                             N/A                            N/A
      Grade Range (2005 - 2006)                                                          N/A                            N/A
      N/A - Not Available in Arkansas.
Source: Arkansas Department of Education, Statewide Information System as reported through the Arkansas Public School Computer Network.
Last updated 4/30/2007
                                                                      Higher Education
  Institution Name (4 Year)                                                          Address                                              City
     None
  Full-time Enrollment
  Annual Degrees Conferred
     Undergraduate
     Graduate
  Curricula w/Masters Degrees (List)                               See Table 7A
  Curricula w/Doctorate Degrees (List)                             See Table 7A
  Community College(s) (2 Year)                                                       Address                                             City
     None
  Full-time Enrollment
  Annual Degrees Conferred
  Annual Certificates Conferred
Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education
                                                                         Healthcare
Hospitals                                                       Number of Hospitals               Number of Teaching Hospitals                   Number of Beds
  Number of Hospitals                                             None                  None                                                      None
  Number of Outpatient Clinics                                    N/A                   None                                                      None
                                                                     Physicians                              Dentists                                 Total
  Number of Physicians & Dentists in the Area                     4                      1                                                        5
  Ratio per 1,000 Population                                      0.38                   0.10                                                     0.48
Crime Rate                                                            Property                    Violent                              Total
  Crime Rate per 1,000 Inhabitants (2002)                         10.5                   0.8                            11.3
Available Retail
  Number of Enclosed Regional Malls                                 0
Religions
Religions                                                              Protestant                 Catholic                 Synagogues                Other
Number of Religious Institutions                                    N/A                  N/A                            N/A                       N/A
N/A - Not Available.
Sources: Arkansas Department of Health, Health Services; Arkansas Crime Information Center, Crime in Arkansas; & Local Chamber of Commerce
                                                                             Sports
           Major & Minor College & Professional Teams                                Professional                                     College
Sport                                                                   Major                      Minor                     Major                   Minor
  Football                                                          None                 None                           None                      None
  Baseball                                                          None                 None                           None                      None
  Basketball                                                        None                 None                           None                      None
  Hockey                                       None                   None                            None         None
  Soccer                                       None                   None                            None         None
                                                       Culture
Top Five Annual Events                                                        Name of Event                            Dates
  1. Perryville                                Global Village Day                                                  September
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.
Cultural Places & Amenities                       Number
  Museums                                      None
  Dance Companies                              None
  Symphony Orchestras                          None
  Opera Companies                              None
  Theater Companies                            None
Recreational Outlets (within a 2 Hour Drive)                        Recreational Outlets (within a 2 Hour Drive)
  Alltel Arena                                                        Mid-America Science Museum
  Arkansas River Market District                                      Mount Nebo State Park
  Crater of Diamonds State Park                                       Murry's Dinner Playhouse
  Hot Springs National Park                                           North Little Rock Burns Park
  IMAX Theater                                                        Oaklawn Park & Racetrack
  Lake Catherine State Park                                           Petit Jean Mountain State Park
  Lake Ouachita State Park                                            Pinnacle Mountain State Park
  Little Rock Zoo                                                     The Old Mill
  Magic Springs Theme Park                                            U.S. S. Razorback
  N/A - Not Available.
Source: Arkansas Parks and Tourism.

				
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